Succeeding Huawei’s latest inauguration of the Mate 10, it’s now the turn of sub-brand Honor to greet a novel devise: The honor 7X. It has been produced to displace the now year-old 6X, which provided dual camera stratagem at a mid-range price. The 7X has a main selling point of its own too, in the embodiment of 5.93-inch “Full View” display.
Honor elucidates that it is principally superintended to fit a 6-inch display into the body of a 5.5-inch phone. The company indicates that it’s backing the front runner tendency of abolishing as much bezel as attainable to inundate the phone’s exterior with pixel, therefore the tag line “Full View.” It’s a wise endeavor but doesn’t reasonably secure the edge-to-edge tastefulness of, say, the Galaxy S8.
In spite of its size, the 7X is snug to utilize even if you cannot reach all the edges of the screen with just one thumb. The phone is spectacularly light taking into Account its size, metal body and reinforced corners. It’s devoid of sharp angles to unearth into your palms as you swing it around to explore far and wide spaces of the display.
The 7X’s 5.93-inch, 18:9, 2,160 x 1,080 LCD screen is beyond the doubt the stellar performer. It’s massive and yet full of detail, it penetrates through the beaming of daylight. It can dim down so it doesn’t tax the eyes. You can debate about the big screen being media friendly but you have to be aware of the fact that considerable apportion is shot with an 18:9 aspect ratio.