You can always hand it to Huawei to turn out a good looking budget phone with features that you actually need.
The Honor 8x is a shiny metallic looker with a really big 6.5-inch display.
If you love to hate notches, you can add the Honor 8X to your list of notch traders, that anyone can enjoy those ultra thin bezels.
If you need even more screen space, the Honor 8X Max has a whopping 7.1 inch screen.
Cameras are a big story with this phone.
You start with a 20 megapixel shooter on the back, plus a second 2 megapixel sensor to add depth for portrait photos.
There's a 16 megapixel camera up front for all of your selfie shots.
Huawei gives the Honor 8x some of the same software you see on more expensive phones.
For example there is the AI photo mode that will analyze the scene and automatically adjust your camera settings to take a more technical shot.
Under the hood you have Android 8.1 Oreo The Honor 8x uses a Huawei-made [UNKNOWN] processor, while the larger 8x Max [UNKNOWN] Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 chipset.
You'll find the fingerprint reader on the back and either 64 GB or 128 GB of storage.
This phone will sell in Asia and Europe but not in the US.
Look to your retailer for local pricing.
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