If you are in expectation that Honor 9, which is one of the most anticipated premium mid-range handsets for 2017, will have some remarkable updated features from its predecessor, the Honor 8 then it will be a disappointment for you. Thanks to TENAA, which listed the three variants (STF-AL00, STF-TL10 and STF-AL10) of the Honor 9 and reveals most of it’s technical specifications.
According to the TENAA listing: –
All three versions of Honor 9 will feature a 1080p 5.15-inch display. There is no mention whether it will be an LCD or AMOLED panel and will be powered by an octa-core chipset clocked at 2.4GHz will (likely Huawei’s own Kirin 960). The Honor 9 will come with Android 7.0 that is expected to be updated to 7.1.1 will follow shortly after it hits the shelves.
In the camera sections, Honor has put some extra attention on perfecting the dual-camera setup on the 9. Nicknamed “The Light Catcher”, Honor 9 will most likely offer superior low-light shots thanks to its 20 MP + 12 MP main camera setup, which will be supplemented by a single LED flash. An 8 MP front cam will take care of your selfie needs. The base model will come with 4GB of RAM, while the other two variants are listed as having 6GB of the stuff. Internal storage for the trio will be at 64GB plus microSD support up to 128GB.
Finally, the Honor 9 will be packing a 3,100mAh battery to keep the lights on, while featuring dual SIM capabilities. It is expected that the 4GB variant to be priced around $335, with the 6GB variant priced at around $380.
It is also expected that the Honor 9 will become official in China on June 20 or 21, and in Europe on June 27.
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