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Find discounted prices for the Honor 7X and the Honor View 10 devices that already give you great specs for a very low price tag
Come next week, Huawei will have big discounts on its phones and so will its sub-brand, Honor. And the deals compare quite well.
The Honor 7S is even more affordable than the 7X, 7C and 7A on British soil, lacking both fingerprint and facial recognition, but sporting a 2:1 screen.
The already affordable unlocked Honor 7X and Honor View 10 smartphones are even more appealing through July 4, thanks to some cool gifts.
The newly released Honor 7S is smaller and humbler than the 7X, 7C and 7A, as well as incredibly affordable and decently good-looking.
Since it's practically identical to the Honor 7X, it makes perfect sense for the low-cost, mid-range Huawei Mate SE to follow its "cousin's" suit with an Oreo update.
After some (hopefully) thorough beta-testing, Android 8.0 Oreo and EMUI 8.0 software goodies are ready to officially roll out to the low-cost Honor 7X stateside.
The flash sales take place at 10am Pacific on April 6th, 7th and 8th. But if you want in, you should prepare yourself beforehand.
The Honor 7A starts at a crazy affordable $125 or so in China with a premium design and three essential modern features: a 2:1 screen, dual rear-facing cameras, and facial recognition.
Looking similar but not identical to the Honor 7X on the outside, the new Honor 7C downgrades screen resolution, processing power and camera technology to start at an absurdly low $140.
The Honor 7X may take several weeks to get EMUI 8.0 and Android 8.0, but the process is, at the very least, beginning with user input.
While there has been nothing specific pointed out except for the renders for this device, we do have a spiritual successor to the Mate S.
Even though we expect the Meizu E3 to come with a more than reasonable price point, its specifications are also pretty great, including 20 + 12MP rear-facing cameras.
Unveiled at CES in Las Vegas last month, this red-hot limited edition Honor 7X is now up for grabs in the US at $200 for a limited time.
While the Honor 8 Pro has an official Android 8.0 update "under testing as of now", the "regular" Honor 8 is apparently "not compatible" with Oreo all of a sudden.
The $200 phone has been running up the score outside of the Amazon ecosystem up until now. And the Honor 7X has already run up the score on the marketplace.
CES 2018 hasn't officially kicked off yet, but we've already managed to spend some one-on-one time with both the high-end Honor View10 and snazzy red mid-range Honor 7X.
Four years, 40 million sales. Honor's prime budget series as brought in its fourth iteration with a milestone. And who said four wasn't a lucky number?
Huawei's youth brand has had a limited presence in Colombia, but this move will crack the continent wide open with the Honor 7X giving a leading charge.
We've long lost count of all of Huawei's trendy 2:1 smartphones with thin bezels and dual cameras, and the affordable Enjoy 7S is hardly special.
There's plenty of Samsung to go around this week, so we'll talk about that, about Huawei and Honor and more with TK Bay on our show this week!
The Honor 7X aims to be the best budget-friendly $200 phone of 2018. How does it stack up? Check out our Huawei Honor 7X review to find out!
Software updates are awaiting several Honor devices as Android Oreo and EMUI 8.0 are finally ready — they just need to be tailored.