For flagship features, you usually need to pay flagship prices but the Honor 7X turns that idea on its head. The 7X has the kind of screen, camera and premium styling that you’d usually pay well north of £500 for, but serves it all up for £269.99, SIM free.
For that modest outlay you get a 5.93-inch, 18:9 FullView display, great looks and a dual-camera set-up that wouldn’t be out of place on a much more expensive mobile.
- For your chance to win an Honor 7X check back to T3.com on Friday December 8. We’ll be sharing competition details then.
Honor 7X: More for less
Giving you more for less, the Honor 7X’s smart design means it fits a 5.93-inch screen – that’s a lot of visual real estate – into a very compact smartphone.
Honor has combined a sleek, 18:9 aspect ratio with ultra-slim bezels to keep the 7X ultra-portable and pocketable, despite packing more inches than the competition.
A wider screen means more space for your games, giving you the sniper's edge in first person shooters, more room for on-screen controls in action games and a wider field of view in racing simulators.
Another killer feature is the 16-megapixel, dual-lens camera, which is perfect for budding and experienced photographers alike. This is able to capture a stunning amount of detail, with the second camera intelligently sensing depth so you can capture brilliant portraits.
A range of shooting modes let you get creative, from Light Painting for dreamy light trails through to a full manual mode that gives you total creative control over your shots.
The 7X looks, feels and performs like a flagship.
Come back to T3 on Friday December 8 to be in with a chance of winning one for yourself, and keep your eyes peeled for our full Honor 7X review coming soon.