Instead of an extra lean front camera, the Huawei ShotX has a single 13-megapixel camera, which forwards itself allows—including LED flash. The Android Smartphone with dual-SIM coming to Germany in November for 350 euro.
Almost every current smart phone has two cameras: A great high-definition camera on the back and a significantly worse skinny model front. So also the own face of reasonable quality is scanned, Huawei has provided the ShotX with a foldable forward main camera. Also the bi-color LED flash is turned as well, so that it works even in the dark with the Selfie. Miscellaneous filters to beautify shot pictures: remove about dark circles or subsequently put makeup on the skin.
The Android Smartphone is already available in China, but since running as honor 7i of the hipper second brand. In Germany, it is instead offered by mother brand as Huawei ShotX. The other facilities can be quite seen for the price: the Qualcomm Snapdragon 616 brings eight cores of cortex A53, of which with 1.5 GHz and four clocked four more with 1.2 GHz. The 64-bit processor can access 2 GB memory. 1920 × 1080 pixel (424 dpi) is spread on the 5.2-inch IPS display.
Huawei ShotX from November 2 for $350
The ShotX has otherwise 16 GB Flash memory and a MicroSD slot (up to 32 GB), which alternatively serves as a second SIM card slot for the dual-SIM feature. Transmitted is maximum over LTE in the mobile network, in the Wi-Fi you have confined 11n speed on the 2.4 GHz band and 801.. A 3100 mAh battery, which stay up to four hours when taking Flash shots according to Huawei’s 156 grams and 8 mm-thick metal case.
Unusually the fingerprint scanner is placed, which is located on the left side of the case and not as at Huawei usual on the back. The device runs Android 5.1 with the heavily modified Huawei surface EMUI.
From November 2, the unit in Germany to be available and cost 350 euros. Exactly as much you must shell out for the better-equipped honor 7 (excluding i). It has a faster processor and a higher resolution, but not rotating camera on the back.