Honor X7b was launched today. It is the most affordable phone of the brand on the international, yet still packs the joint-largest battery, a 108 MP main camera and a Snapdragon 680 chipset.
The Qualcomm chip is LTE-only, meaning the X7b is limited to 4G networks. The phone has a 6.8” LCD with 1080p resolution and 90 Hz refresh rate, and the panel is certified by TUV Rheinland for low blue light. The flat panel has a single punch hole for the 8 MP selfie camera.
There are three cameras on the back, lined up on two big black circles. The main sensor has 108 MP resolution and there's an f/1.8 lens in front of it. Next to that is a 5 MP f/2.2 ultrawide shooter and a basic 2 MP camera for macro photos.
Honor X7b's key selling point is a big 6,000 mAh battery. It can provide up to 18 hours of video, 24 hours of social media browsing or 69 hours of music streaming. It can recharged through the USB-C at up to 35W with the Honor SuperCharge adapter supplied in the box.
The X7b has 6 GB or 8 GB RAM and either 128 GB or 256GB storage that can be expanded through the microSD card slot. The phone boots MagicOS 7.2, based on Android 13.
Honor X7b is available in three colors – Flowing Silver, Emerald Green, and Midnight Black. It is officially priced at $249 (€229) but obviously that will slightly vary from market to market.
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