Recently, Honor had released a promotional poster of their upcoming Honor 9X Lite mid-ranger smartphone. Based on it’s model numbers, it is obvious that the Honor 9X Lite is in fact a rebranded version of the current Honor 8X with a redesigned camera module.
Moreover, the Honor 9X Lite had also received it’s Google Play certification which means that the device will arrive with Google Mobile Services (GMS) out of the box.
Right now, the Honor 9X Lite has also been spotted on a Pakistani online retailer Advance Store, which has already put up the device for pre-order at a price of Rs.31,999 (US$207). Apparently, those who pre-ordered the device will be entitled to a number of free gifts including a selfie stick, Ring Hook and cable.
According to Advance Store, the stocks for the Honor 9X Lite will be available in April. Therefore, the device is likely to be announced somewhere during March or early April.
As expected, the device’s key specs will be largely similar to the Honor 8X. However, it will feature an improved 48MP+2MP dual-camera setup on the rear, instead of the 20MP+2MP dual-camera which we saw on the Honor 8X.
Other than that, it will still be arriving with a 6.5 inches Fullview Display, Kirin 710 SoC, 4GB RAM, 128GB native storage space, 3,750mAh battery, as well as EMUI 9.0 (based on Android 9).