Back in 2018, Huawei’s sub-brand Honor has sold Honor 8X more than 10 million units worldwide. This record sale is achieved just within 6 months after launching Honor 8X. Countries such as India and Malaysia has tremendously increased the sales of the Honor 8X. Yesterday, Honor Malaysia confirms the upcoming launch of the Honor 9X on its official Facebook page. With that, Honor India President Charles Peng has also confirmed Honor 9X will be officially launching in India by end of 2019.
Honor 9X will be on Android
After the launch of the Huawei Mate 30, Huawei officially announces, the device will not come with Google apps and services. If you are thinking Honor 9X also will be the same, then you are wrong about it. The Honor India President itself has confirmed that “Honor 9X will be launch by the end of this year in India. It will be on Android.” The reason behind this is because Honor 9X was launched back in July 2019 before the United States government bans Huawei. With this, we are expecting Honor 9X sales also to increase as users can use Google services.
Review Honor 9X before the official launch
Besides that, in Malaysia, Honor is running a contest now before the launch of Honor 9X. The Huawei sub-brand is giving its fans a chance to review the Honor 9X before the launch itself by joining the Honor Club Early Access Program. Honor Malaysia will only be selecting two winners from this contest. All you need to do is review any of the Honor products and send the link to the campaign page before 31st of October 2019. Do note that, you can only join once. Multiple entries are not allowed.
For the specs-wise, Honor 9X features a large 6.53-inch OLED display with a motorized pop-up 16MP selfie shooter. Even with the OLED display, Honor 9X has mounted the fingerprint scanner at the side of the device.
For the camera department, Honor 9X has a dual-camera setup with 48MP as the main camera. The rest cameras are 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera and a 2MP depth sensor. Whereas for the Honor 9X Pro it features a triple camera setup with the additional 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera.
Powering the device is the Kirin 810 chipset and a large 4,000 mAh battery which supports fast charging via USB-C. For more information on the complete specs, click the button below.
In conclusion, the official pricing in Malaysia is not revealed yet. We will update once we have official information from Honor Malaysia. Stay tuned for more updates from us.