Huawei is offering Honor 7X in just $1 for two-day flash sale in this country

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April 6, 2018
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Huawei’s subbrand Honor has been quite busy in the first quarter of 2018, releasing an array of handset across the world. The company initially debuted the Honor 7X smartphone in October of 2017 but it made its United States debut in January 2018 and recently arrived in Pakistan. Now, the company is conducting its Honor World Carnival, with different promotions of its devices, one of which being the Honor 7X for just $1.

The Honor 7X packs quite a bit when it comes to specifications and offers”premium on a budget” according to our own Rich Woods, who reviewed the handset just last month. While this sure sounds like an awesome deal, the firm is only giving away three smartphones at the ridiculous $1 price and honestly, you can’t really be surprised at that, so good luck.

In order to participate, you’ll want to head to the Honor Store and be ready to click “buy now” at 10 am PT on April 6. If you don’t manage to get one, you may have better luck the following days, as the event will be taking place from April 6 through April 8. If you want the full details of the competition, be sure to look here.

Just to recall, Honor 7X features a 5.93” display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2160. The screen has a 2.5D glass over it which makes it look beautiful. The phone comes with 32/64/128 GB storage and 4GB of RAM. It comes with a Dual 16 MP + 2 MP rear camera with phase detection autofocus and an LED flash. The front camera is 8MP and there is no front flash. Both cameras can record 1080p videos.

Honor World Carnival promotion also includes discounts on other smartphones like Honor View 10 and Honor 6X. The former is $30 cheaper and comes with a free back cover, while the latter is on sale for just $150 ($50 off).

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