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You Can Now Pre-Order the Honor 7X for $200

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With flagship smartphones costing up to $1000, it can be very costly to buy a new device in this time and age. Especially if you're in need of a new device, you may be putting off the thought since the new smartphones cost a lot of money. Thankfully, there are still a number of mid-range Android smartphones that you can opt for. One of your options is the Huawei Honor 7X, which is now available in the United States.

Compared with the high-end flagship smartphones, the Honor 7X is a pretty decent device. It comes with a 5.93-inch FHD display. From within, the Honor 7X is powered by a Kirin 659 processor with 3GB of RAM, 32GB of onboard storage, and a 3,340 mAh battery. Camera-wise, the phone has a 16-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front-camera. Upon release, the device runs Android Nougat with EMUI 5.1 on top of it. The phone also includes a headphone jack, dual-SIM capability (in certain markets), and a fingerprint scanner.

For quite some time now, the Honor 7X was only available in China. But with today's announcement, the device can now be purchased around the world. In the U.S., the company has started to accept pre-orders for the device for $200. The last date for pre-orders is on December 14th.

If you pre-order the Honor 7X, you just might be the lucky person to get the phone for free. According to their announcement, orders number 7, 77, and 177 will receive a refund of the device. Every 77th order per hundred made during the pre-order period will also be entitled to receive a refund. Huawei is also hosting a raffle for the device, a Nintendo Switch, or a 17 percent off coupon for a 7X.

You can learn more about this promotion here.


Source: PhoneDogPocketNow

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  1. No CDMA, no sale.

    An unlocked phone should have true universal compatibility on the Big 3 if it wants to become a contender.

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    1. Exactly, heck even the Moto E4 budget series has CDMA.

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    2. Uh, CDMA is being shut off soon. Welcome to UMTS or LTE ;)

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    3. Verizon will sunset CDMA in 2019 or 2020,will be going LTE only. Sprint will keep CDMA until further notice.

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    4. Sprint? Is that even around anymore?

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    5. I was using CDMA as shorthand for full Verizon LTE compatibility, since they're still a CDMA style walled garden even as they're testing the waters with LTE only devices.

      When it comes to Verizon, you need a whitelisted ESN, their super exclusive Band 13, and VOLTE support for when they shutter their literal CDMA network.

      This phone has none of those figurative CDMA requirements, which means that it'd still be incompatible with Verizon regardless of what technology they're using.

      That incompatibility is something that continues to plague the unlocked device market, and at this rate it'll continue on well after literal CDMA is a thing of the past.

      The way I see it, manufacturers need to get their shit together and start selling Verizon compatible devices instead of just dumping even more electronic garbage on AT&T and T-mobile.

      The market for GSM is already saturated. It's time to move on to Big Red.

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  2. cdma? obsolete technology. LTE is a form of GSM! you have so much for freedom with both price and selection with gsm. and, you can switch phones by just moving the sim card. when you travel abroad, cdma is useless. practically nobody cares about cdma anymore. pretty soon even verizon will get rid of cdma entirely. sprint will sometime after them. why waste money on an obsolete product?

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    1. CDMA is the stone-age past, just like flip phones with only 12 or so hardware buttons for input.

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    2. ==why waste money on an obsolete product?==
      because it provide 2.5 time more coverage then gsm tower. So you still have phone service not just nearby highway or towns

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    3. "because it provide 2.5 time more coverage then gsm tower. So you still have phone service not just nearby highway or..."

      And that really boils down to an issue that really only matters to those who pay tower contractors, and those who are tower contractors.

      For consumers now, Verizon is only slightly bigger than GSM-only AT&T... not 2.5 times bigger. And within a couple of years T-Mobile will match coverage with Verizon, again, without a single CDMA tower. Not a one!

      Now, as per your specific claim, I checked with a well known Authority: "Network coverage: Network coverage doesn’t depend on whether it is  GSM or CDMA network, but rather on the infrastructure the carrier has in place"

      And there goes the idea that a given CDMA tower will cover 2.5 more area than a GSM tower "just because".


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  3. Are they still send personal info to chinese government?

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    1. That was Blu.

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    2. BLU doesn't sell it to Beijing: they willingly hand it over to Mao-worshipping minions and tell customers that it's a free benefit.

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    3. In Soviet Russia, government send personal info to you!!!

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    4. Rest easy and don't fret about not being spied on. Your personal info will always be sent to the US government, the NSA, DHS & god-knows how many other "intelligence" agencies. Your safety & security are of such great paramount to our government that every email, text, call you make and every place & website you have been to will be monitored.

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    5. Ah, the tin foil hat troll comes out. Welcome!

      And remember....Fnord! Fnord!

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    6. Well, thank you, compliant sheep who believes everything your government tells you.

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  4. "That was BLU"

    Hopefully Amazon will cut off this malicious and spiteful company with its multiple spyware incidents and its current policy of destroying phones with remote updates SOON!

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    1. Blu didn't do it. They use a bunch of different Chinese manufacturers, and the manufacturer did it without Blu's knowledge. Once they found out, they fixed it. Chill out.

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    2. Wrong. When it was found out. BLU was proud and told the users how great it was. It was an intentional attack against the users. They only stopped doing it (until they did it AGAIN anyway) when the outcry got huge.

      As for your excuse, it's BLU's product. Those within BLU manufacturing doing such things without BLU management knowing makes BLU look even worse, not better.

      Such a toxic, ill-intending company is nothing to "chill" about.

      Hopefully, the latest attack of the company destroying phones with remote updates will wipe out this business completely.

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    3. "Blu didn't do it. They use a bunch of different Chinese manufacturers, and the manufacturer did it without Blu's knowledge. Once they found out, they fixed it. Chill out."

      So... if a grocery store sells rotten food under its own brand name, it's not their fault ???

      Starting to wonder if BLU pays you to defend the indefensible. Either that or you are trying to out-fanboy those Samsung worshippers who insisted that Note explosions were really ok and no worry.

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  5. What is the regular price of the Honor 7x? The per order is the a discount or that is the price this phone will be selling for?

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  6. So good and so cheap, makes me think about not getting a phone with both CDMA and GSM radios (aka, moto g). I'm confident moto g won't come out with a 18:9, bezeless phone till the g7. The moto g design is always the last thing to get updated...

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  7. Having owned an Honor 6X for a few months and being very happy with it, I wouldn't hesitate to pick up the 7X - slightly better performance, slightly better cameras, smaller bezels. Huawei also deserves major kudos for making official bootloader unlocks pretty easy.

    Only thing is the rest of the world gets a slightly better deal - in India, the 4GB/32GB variant is roughly US$200 at current conversion rates. Then again, Huawei/Honor and Xioami are in pretty heavy competition in Asian markets.

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