The device is expected to be priced around 2999 yuan ($451.98). After Nov. 28 launch in China, the Honor V10 is scheduled to be showcased in London on December 5. It is definitely coming to the region soon though. Thankfully, the V10 will also feature a dedicated 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom of the phone.
The rear of the phone has a premium finish, but the metal doesn't feel as nice as when you're holding the glass-backed Honor 9. The 7X has a main selling point of its own too, in the embodiment of 5.93-inch "Full View" display.
The Honor V10 will have 5.99 FullView screen with Full HD+ resolution (2160x1080 pixels). The dual camera comes with 16 MP and 20 MP sensors and the selfie camera will feature a 13 MP sensor. There is also a wide-angle 8-megapixel front-facing camera for selfies.
The smartphone boasts dual rear cameras (16MP + 2MP).
As we've not had the Honor 7X for long, we've yet to fully test out the battery.
The Honor 7X runs Android 7.0 Nougat with EMUI 6.0 on top which gives a user more options for customising their phones.
Inside the Honor 7X there's a Kirin 659 chipset as well as 4GB of RAM to use.
Although we don't know exactly how much it'll cost yet, Honor has said that the 7X will sit in the mid-tier price range. 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.