The Honor 9X Pro was first announced in July, and what's cool about it is that it packs some serious features for a price tag of around $320. For one thing, it has a stunning design on the back, with a blue-purple '3D gradient'.
It also doesn't have a notch in the display. Rather than using a hole-punch cut-out like some other Honor devices have, the Huawei sub-brand used a motorized pop-up camera. That leaves room for a full 6.59-inch 1080p 19.5:9 display, and gives it a 92% screen-to-body ratio.
It also has a triple-lens rear camera, with the main sensor coming in at 48 megapixels. There's also an eight-megapixel ultra-wide sensor and a two-megapixel depth sensor. That all comes with a 4,000mAh battery, 8GB RAM, and 128GB of on-board storage.
The only thing missing from the device is Google apps, including the Play Store. In setting it up though, I used Huawei's Phone Clone app, and it did carry over all of my apps that aren't available in Huawei's app store. Still, I'll be using this phone without apps for Gmail, Calendar, Photos, Chrome, and more. Most of that isn't a big deal though, since it's easy enough to use email and calendar clients, and there's a Browser app.
Check out the unboxing video below: