Hands-on with a new Honor 4X
Joining a Honor 6 Plus is a Honor 4X, a 5.5-inch, 4G-friendly phone that sits next a 6 Plus. It’s a mid-range phone during heart and doesn’t have has standout underline like a 6 Plus’s twin cameras. What it does have is a 64-bit processor and twin SIM label support. It’s going to be labelled between a Honor 6 and a Holly which, means it could cost anywhere from £110 adult to £250.
The pattern is not all that inspiring. From a front, it has that glossy, piano black demeanour we find on a vast infancy of phones. Around a behind there’s a some-more textured finish with a cross-stich outcome that offers a stout grip. It weighs 170g and measures in during 8.65mm thick so it’s not super slim though it’s distant from bulky.
Behind a removable behind lies a non-removable 3,000mAh battery, a micro SD to enhance storage over 8GB and a twin SIM label slots. Unlike a Honor 6 Plus, a 4X sticks to a 720p HD arrangement and runs on Android 4.4 KitKat with Honor’s EMUI 3.0 on top. That does meant vital though an app drawer, though aside from that, you’ll have all a core Android facilities during your disposal.
For photos, there’s a 13-megapixel categorical camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera, though energy is a title underline here. 64-bit processors have done their approach into some-more costly phones like a Samsung Galaxy S6 and a iPhone 6.
So it’s a monument to find a mid-range with a identical setup. It also has 2GB of RAM, where many mid-range phones routinely offer 1GB reduction to hoop multitasking.
Unlike a Honor 6 Plus, a 4+ is a some-more underwhelming announcement. It doesn’t have a quite bad set of specs and should be another plain mid-range phone from Honor though zero some-more than that. Dual SIM is apropos some-more common place in phones like a Moto G 2 and carrying a 64-bit processor sound impressive, though we don’t consider a 4X is going to be one of a standout phones of a year.