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Honor 5X To Be Sold In The US From 31st January, 2016


Cheap, Strong, Reliable – these three words are just apt to describe the Honor 5X in short.

Holding the record of being the first phone from Huawei to be sold in the US, the Honor 5X begins its journey into the US mobile market starting 31st January, 2016.

The Chinese manufacturer, Huawei has already endeared itself to many a user, by making a debut in the international market through the Nexus 6P, that has sold thousands or more within a couple of days of a market launch.

This time, it is going to make a statement by giving other brands a run for their money. We say this because Huawei will produce the Honor 5X for only $200 off contract, with features that otherwise must have cost a user nothing less than $500.

For this dirt cheap rate, you’d be able to see a phone with a 5.5 inch screen, that provides a resolution of at least 1080P and an aluminum chassis.

The device will also sport a fingerprint scanner that so many people crave to have in their phones today. The Phone supports GSM sim card, snapdragon 615 processor to provide all the computing power, 2 GB RAM and 16 GB external memory which can be expanded. From the camera point of view, you would not be disappointed either.

The primary camera of the device is 13MP and the secondary camera is 5MP, which is not a very bad specification. The Sim cards supported are both Nano and Micro, with 4G internet support.

As compared to this, the other devices in the market would not only cost more, but also provide you lesser features.

An important feature in the phone is the use of Android 5.1 Lollipop as its OS. On the Lollipop OS, the company adds a skin, termed as the Emotion UI, which is a highly customized form of interface and will provide features that will make it easier for you to access features in the phone.

On the downside, the phone will be a little iffy when it comes to getting updates. Being a brand that is still not very major, there is a chance that up-gradation to Android 6.0 Marshmallow might not really be in the charts, at least for now.