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Huawei has expanded the list of devices that are eligible for the Android 9 Pie beta program. Check out the list and other details.
There's already an Honor View 10, but a direct sequel to last year's Honor 9, possibly called Honor 10, is also most likely breaking cover in London next month.
Priced between the equivalent of $275 and $285 across Western Europe, the Honor 9 Lite is a surprisingly good-looking mid-range phone with a quad-camera setup.
Discounts for two older phones come as pre-orders clog further availability of newer phones. Availability varies per country.
With four cameras, Android 8.0 Oreo and a FullView 2:1 display, the Honor 9 Lite feels like a killer bargain in India, starting at the rough equivalent of $170.
Similar to the Honor 7X in many ways, the newly unveiled Honor 9 Lite sports a smaller screen with the same 18:9 aspect ratio, and a quad-camera setup.
Yet another "FullView" smartphone is right around the corner, likely to be called the Honor 9 Lite, cost less than $200, and feature a quad-camera setup.
Software updates are awaiting several Honor devices as Android Oreo and EMUI 8.0 are finally ready — they just need to be tailored.
At least one Honor smartphone with razor-thin screen bezels is coming to London on December 5 to "max your view."
From the company that's trying to make green phones an "in" thing comes this new cyan color that is only available in China and Russia for now.
A bigger phone with a bigger battery and a whole ethos of betterment from the Honor Note 8, though we still see some derivation from the Honor 9.
The standard Honor 9 was made widely available in Europe with 4GB of RAM, but more RAM is on this one and it's in Italy and Switzerland.
Huawei actually had a 750,000 monthly unit pace for shipping the Honor 8 last year, so this is a marked improvement. Where to next for the Honor 9?
Huawei has delivered two upgrades in one Berlin event. One big dual-camera phone over here and a fitness band fit for swimming over there.
Huawei's rebel sub-brand is aiming to hit the market with another mid-range power phone in 2017, something we believe to be the Honor 9.
Huawei supposedly has a June 27 event on its schedule in Berlin to make the Honor 9 available for Europe. This is just a bit early for pre-orders.
Glassy. Dual cameras. The latest specs. It certainly seems like this year's disruptor model for Huawei. But does the Honor 9 make a great value proposal?
The nation's largest carrier is already promoting the unreleased phone on its network with some key spec reveals like an option for 6GB of RAM.
Chinese manufacturer phone launches are piling up this month, it seems. The Honor 9 gets a clear indication on Weibo that it's up in a couple weeks.
As there's more to Honor in Beijing late in May, we may see some of Huawei's sub-brand in Europe late next month as well.
Four devices total to be revealed by Huawei sub-brand Honor in China. While we wait the week before the event, will we get to the US anytime soon?
Whether the Huawei Honor 9 is around the corner or not, last year's Honor 8 looks like a great bargain at B&H in both 32 and 64 gig variants.
While Huawei is expected to unveil the P10 at next month's MWC, two other phones, including an Honor 9 suspect, probably paid Tenaa recent visits.