HONOR X9b launched with anti-drop display, 108MP camera, SD6Gen1

HONOR Philippines rolled out the much awaited HONOR X9b!

A Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 phone has been launched recently and this one features a reinforced screen.

HONOR X9b has three main offerings: the anti-drop display, a three-day battery, and a lossless capture camera.

However, the HONOR X9b looks versatile with enough processing power for different scenarios. It also features 6.78 inches of curved AMOLED display with 1200p resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, and five-fold eye protection. 

You can play games with Qualcomm Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 processor or capture moments with the triple-rear cameras of 108MP + 5MP + 2MP. 

Browse online or watch your favorite shows all-day with the phone’s 5800mAh battery, which supports 35w of fast charging.While the increased battery capacity is a welcome improvement, it’s worth noting a slightly slower charging speed of 35W compared to the previous 40W support.

This mid-ranger boasts something uncommon, an anti-drop display screen. HONOR claims that the X9b has a 360-degree whole-device protection to resist accidental drops. 

There’s a three-level protection to reinforce the screen, frame, and internal parts. Plus, a cushioning material with super tiny pores that can absorb the impact of a drop.

Image credit: HONOR

The HONOR X9b comes in three color variations, Sunrise Orange, Midnight Black, and Emerald Green.

Image credit: HONOR

The HONOR X9b is now available in the Philippines for a starting price of Php 16,999! Check our specs page for more details.

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