Honor 9X lands in the UK, costs £249
Today Honor has officially launched the 9X in the UK. The mid-ranger is now available for purchase from Argos, Carphone Warehouse, and Mobile Phones Direct. It should make its way to Amazon and Honor's own official store soon. It's priced at £249, and it's the version with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of expandable storage.
Oddly enough, the Honor 9X became available in the Netherlands earlier, in the same configuration, for just €199, which at the current exchange rates translates into £170. We're not sure what the reason for this price discrepancy could be.
The Honor 9X has a 6.59" 1080x2340 19.5:9 LCD touchscreen, the Kirin 710F chipset, a triple rear camera system (48 MP main, 8 MP ultrawide, 2 MP depth sensor), a pop-up 16 MP selfie cam, and a 4,000 mAh battery. It runs Android 9 Pie with EMUI 9.1 on top.
- 21 Nov 2019
No NFC disqualify this phone in Europe. I've bought my 8X at Argos for Â£159 on flash sale. Spec and price of 9X is a joke.
- 17 Nov 2019
What a let down..U.k version Honor 9x with last year's 710 chipset...No 810F....Might as well go get the 8x at a cheaper price...What a waste of time waiting for this phone to come to the u.k...You can keep your 710 Honor!
- 16 Nov 2019
It's worse than Samsung and worse than almost all but the obscure brands. It's no Trump's fault that they haven't been using gorilla glass for a few years now. It's just being greedy and disrespectful to clients.