Honor introduced a low-cost smartphone for the fifth generation X85G networks

Honor introduced a low-cost smartphone for the fifth generation X85G networks

The Chinese company Honor officially introduced a new low-cost smartphone for the fifth-generation network, the Honor X85G model. Gadget received a 6.5-inch screen with a 1600 x 720 pixels resolution on an IPS matrix with a drop-off cut under an 8-megapixel front camera.

The core of the model was the Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 processor. The rear camera received a set of the main 48-megapixel sensor and two auxiliary sensors of 2 megapixel each for macro-screening and depth analysis of the stage. 6 GB operational and 128 GB permanent memory are provided. The smartphone is self-contained by a 5,000 mach battery with 22.5 watt fast charge.

There's a fingerprint scanner on the side end, a NFC chip for non-comactive payments, and a standard audio split. The smartphone is offered in silver, black and blue colors of the shell. Meanwhile, the cheapest wireless Huavei earphones arrived in Russia and were named Apple products that people don't want to buy.