Jul 21, 2017 03:13 PM EDT
Huawei has launched new Honor 9 Premium in Europe. This variant of the Honor 9 comes with 128GB storage and 6GB RAM. The Honor 9 Premium is priced at €450 in Europe.
According to Winfuture, the Honor 9 Premium is officially introduced in Italy and the smartphone is said to be available through Tre and 3 carriers. The smartphone is also up for pre-order in Switzerland but it will only be available on August 28.
In terms of the design, Honor 9 Premium looks similar to the Honor 9. The device comes with a curved glass back, and a metal frame with a reflective back. At the back side, there is the camera setup and the flash along with the Honor branding. On the front side, Honor 9 Premium has the front home button with the fingerprint sensor embedded.
The Honor 9 Premium comes with a 5.15-inch FHD (1080p) display with 2.5D curved glass on top. Under the hood, there is a HiSilicon's 64-bit Kirin 960 chipset. On the camera front, the Honor 9 Premium comes with rear the dual-camera. The primary sensor is 12-megapixel RGB, while the secondary sensor is 20-megapixel monochrome. Huawei has also equipped the phone with a hybrid zoom. Other features in camera include Bokeh effect and GIFs.
The front camera of the device has 8-megapixel lens. The back camera, however, also supports 4K video recording and the front camera supports full-HD video recording as well, as reported by BGR. Honor 9 premium sports the VoLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 4G LTE, micro USB card support and 3.5mm audio jack too. the device is fuelled by a 3,200mAh battery.
The Honor 9 Premium 6GB/128 GB RAM/ROM model is exclusive available to grab in Italy now. It's also available to pre-order in Switzerland as mentioned earlier.
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