This Honor is powered by a Huawei HiSilicon KIRIN 710 64-bit chip with a 2,2 GHz Quad-Core + 1,7 GHz Quad-Core core distribution. By using multiple cores, the device is energy efficient and can scale up for speed.
This combination therefore gives a maximum power of an octa-core processor with 4096 MB RAM. With a thickness of 7.8 millimeters, the device is not too thick. This phone weighs 175 grams.
The 8X 4GB 64GB has a 19,7 megapixel camera. This number of megapixels is more than enough to print beautiful photos on canvas or to zoom in considerably for details. You can also use the selfie camera in the 15,9 megapixel notch for video calling, for example.
The Honor 8X 4GB 64GB supports frequencies from international networks with which you can use the fastest LTE-A network. The speed of LTE-A is perfect for watching video on the go via your mobile network, where the speed is often even higher than the WiFi connection at home. Choose a large data package with this device. You can also connect via WiFi at home or at the office.
This phone is a dual sim device, so you can store two SIM cards in it.
The Honor 8X 4GB 64GB has 4096 MB of RAM (4 GB) and 4096 MB internal storage . Expandable memory: MicroSD up to 256GB. There is a USB connection, you can use this to exchange data with your laptop or to charge your device. Connecting Bluetooth headsets or car kits is no problem.
With a storage of 64 GB you can go a bit ahead. You may need to clean your phone after a while. Furthermore, there are of course possibilities to expand storage in the cloud, such as with Google Drive or Dropbox.
The phone is operated via the huge 6,5 inch touchscreen.The Honor 8X 4GB 64GB can display up to a 16 millions colors. This screen has a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels. It is claimed that the human eye can distinguish a maximum of 477 pixels per inch at 30 cm. With 396 pixels per inch, this Full HD screen is super sharp and true to life, even at close range. This does not get your eyes tired and you can easily enjoy the highest resolution images.
Android 8.1 (Oreo). The major changes from the previous version are