Honor India to unveil the Honor 9N on July 24

Yordan, 17 July 2018

Last week Honor India scheduled an event for July 24, hinting an arrival of the Honor 9i. Today the division took it to Twitter and announced the device will actually be called Honor 9N. This will be the first appearance of the phone outside of China, hinting at an eventual arrival to other global markets as well.

The Honor 9N will be with such a name since Honor 9i is already used by the Huawei Mate 10 Lite, launched back in early October 2017 as a Flipkart exclusive. On the inside, The Honor 9N is the exact same phone that is already selling in China - 5.84” LCD panel with Full HD+ resolution and a Kirin 659 chipset. It comes with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB or 128 GB storage.

Honor 9i in: Magic Night Black Honor 9i in: Charm Blue Honor 9i in: Dream Purple Honor 9i in: Jasper
Honor 9i in: Magic Night, Charm Blue, Dream Purple and Jasper

Honor India says to get ready to witness beauty like never before. Hopefully, this means the Honor 9N will be available in all its fancy colors - Jasper Green (or Jade Green), Dream Purple, Magic Night Black or Charm Blue. Price in China is currently between $200 and $250 and in India it is expected to be in the ballpark of INR15,000.



Reader comments

Along-with Kirin 659, the overall internals / specs are so similar to Honor 9 Lite, almost 90% specs are same. How sensible to launch this when Honor 9 Lite is already 6+ months old. Shouldn't this have had improvements apart from a notch and fe...

beauty? with a notch? people buy it because there are not many other designs out there, not because its good looking...lets hope this ends soon and dont buy this stuff if yo udont like it.

  • Anonymous
  • 17 Jul 2018
  • Ibx

TBH, we should stop buying SD 625 toting phones from any company and kirin 659 toting phones from Huawei, only then will they stop. Like really how much stock did they make... Also kirin 710 is coming. IMO hierarchy should be 450, 632/630, 636, 660 ...

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