- Tram Ho
Huawei has just launched the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro in several European countries, which install Huawei’s services and app stores instead of Google Play Services, due to a ban on cooperation with U.S. technology companies. Now, it is Honor’s turn to launch another smartphone without Google’s software, the Honor 9X Pro, the international version.
Like the Mate 30, the Honor 9X Pro doesn’t come with the Play Store app store and popular Google software like Gmail, or Google Maps. Users also have no way to manually install these applications and services.
Instead, the Honor 9X Pro comes preloaded with Huawei’s apps and services, like the App Gallery app store, Huawei’s email app and a third-party map app. Virtual Huawei Assistant.
In addition, Honor 9X Pro international version does not change much compared to the Chinese version. Using Kirin 810 7nm processor, basically equivalent to Snapdragon 675. 4,000 mAh battery, 6.59 inch LCD screen, 16MP selfie camera, triple camera 48MP + 8MP + 2MP.
However, one difference is that the international version is only equipped with 6GB of RAM instead of 8GB. The smartphone will sell for $ 269.
In addition, Honor also launched the Wireless Earphones Magic Earbud, with a design similar to Apple’s AirPods, and with noise protection. The headset can work for 3.5 hours on a single charge, up to 13 hours on the charging box. Honor Magic Earbud costs $ 140.
Source : Genk