Honor doubles down in Vegas with the View10 and Honor 7X Red

Honor 7X Red

The Honor 7X made its debut in Asia on October 2017. The handset offered a modern design, had pretty good specifications, and was also affordably priced. While there was a tiny delay, the handset would eventually find its way to the United States and has been available for purchase since December. Today, the firm has introduced a new limited edition color variant, the Honor 7X Red.

If you think you've seen this handset before, you are absolutely correct. The red colorway first made an appearance last month overseas as the Flame Red model, but will now also be made available for sale on February 14 in the United States, Russia, India, and Western Europe. The Honor 7X Red will be limited to just 20,000 units globally. The first 100 to purchase the handset in each region will be gifted Monster AM15 headphones.

Just as a refresher, the Honor 7X features:

  • 5.93-inch display with an 18:9 aspect ratio, with a resolution of 2160 x 1080
  • Kirin 659 octa-core processor
  • 3GB RAM
  • 32GB internal storage with expansion via microSD
  • 16MP / 2MP rear facing camera and 8MP front-facing camera
  • Fingerprint reader
  • 3,340mAh battery
Honor View10

If one handset wasn't enough, Honor is also reannouncing the View10 during CES 2018. The View10 was announced last month at an event in London and it doesn't look like much has changed since that time. The handset will offer the same Kirin 970 processor, 6GB of RAM, and dual camera setup. It doesn't look like the smartphone will be made available in the United States, but those in India and Western Europe can purchase it starting on January 8. The device will be made available later this month in Malaysia and Russia.

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