If you love big phones, then the Huawei Honor X2 probably is the biggest phone you’ll see. Although others might consider it already a tablet. The Honor X2 follows the footsteps of the popular X1 and Huawei’s trademark Metallic Finish. The X2 is equipped with a powerful Kirin 930 64 bit Octa Core processor with 3 GB RAM and Expandable Storage. The Phablet also runs the latest proprietary Huawei EmotionUI 3.0, based on Android 5.0 Lollipop, OTA support comes built-in.
The 7.0 inch screen boast a above 1080p display with about 323 ppi, thus images and texts still look incredible even with huge display. Furthermore, at the back, the phablet boast a capable 13 megapixel camera with LED Flash. Unlike other tablets, the camera here is above average.
The Honor X2 supports Dual SIM natively, and uniquely, the placement is separated. Moreover, the proper term would be hybrid Dual SIM, Support Micro SD via its hybrid SIM Slot. The Phablet also natively supports Dual 4G LTE Frequencies, meaning it will surely work outside China.
Huawei’s trademark metallic finish is evident on the Honor X2, just like the X1, the phone’s build quality is never in question. Huawei has always made sure that they’re build quality is top-notch. Furthermore, the phone sports a 5000mAh battery, enough to run the 7.0 inch display and the device a full day or two on mix usage.
Big phone lovers, although not many will like the Huawei Honor X2, the phone/tablet is still one of the best looking Flagship available. It continues what the X1 has done so perfectly. The added power with the new Kirin processor is a welcome addition, plus the top notch build quality is what really drives this Flagship device. Justifying the pricetag the device is set in. If you want an all around multimedia device, love tablets or just big phones, then the Honor X2 fits you perfectly. There’s no question about reliability as well the quality Huawei has placed on their devices.
Highlights of Huawei Honor X2:
7.0 inch, IPS, 1080p Display
All Metal Frame and Build
Snappy Kirin 930 Octa Core
3 GB RAM and 32 GB Storage (Micro SD Support)
Huawei Emotion UI 3.0 (Android 5.0 Lollipop)
Capable 13 megapixel camera
Dual Hybrid SIM (Nano SIM)
No NFC Support
No Fingerprint Sensor or Scanner (Unlike the Honor 7)