Honor’s £150 budget smartphone is in the house! Later this week I’ll be giving a thorough test of the Honor 4X, and its not-too-shabby 13-megapixel camera. The same week I hope to be taking delivery of Honor’s other new release, the Honor 6 Plus – but more of that another day.
The dual-SIM LTE phone (Cat 4) is powered by a 64-bit octo-core HiSilicon Kirin 620 SoC, with 8GB of internal storage (plus microSDXC expansion), 2GB of RAM and a 5.5-inch 720×1280 pixel display. It comes with Android KitKat but an upgrade to Lollipop is imminent.
Meanwhile, here’s a quick look at the phone as I start to get things set up. It’s important to note that is a review model, so the only other contents of the box was a EU charger. No other paperwork, headphones – or anything.
If you have any questions about this phone, please comment below so I can include the answers in my first impressions review.
Nexus 6 vs Honor 4X vs Galaxy S6
- The Honor 4X is already on sale via Amazon if you can’t wait!