Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has launched a new colour variant of its Honor 9 smartphone. Even though the official name of the handset is not known, according to Google Translate, it is called Blue Bird.
Honor 9 smartphone was launched in China in June in three storage variant -- the 4GB RAM/64GB storage version is priced at 2,299 Yuan; the 6GB RAM/64GB storage version is priced at 2,699 Yuan and the high-end variant with 6GB RAM/128GB storage costs 2,999 Yuan.
Honor 9 comes with a 3D metal and glass body design that changes colour when light is reflected on it. It has a physical Home button placed on the centre of the display, which also doubles up as a fingerprint sensor. The volume rocker and Power button are placed on the right side, while the SIM card tray is on the left. The rear of the smartphone houses a dual camera setup with dual LED flash and Honor logo.
In terms of hardware specifications, Huawei Honor 9 features a 5.15-inch full HD display of 1080x1920 pixel resolution. Running Android 7.0 Nougat operating system, it's powered by an octa-core Kirin 960 processor. MicroSD cards are supported as well.
The hybrid dual-SIM supporting Honor 9 packs a 3,200mAh battery with fast charging support and offers 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC and USB Type-C as connectivity options.
Last month, the company announced Honor 9 Premium, a slightly more powerful version of its flagship smartphone, in Italy at EUR 450. The Honor 9 Premium largely shares the same set of specifications as the Honor 9.
The only difference lies in the RAM and inbuilt storage capacity. While the Honor 9 sports 4GB RAM with 64GB inbuilt storage, the Honor 9 Premium comes with 6GB RAM and 128GB inbuilt storage. Rest of the specifications remain the same.
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