Honor V9 Play to Launch on September 6

Honor is launching the new Honor V9 Play on September 6, in an apparent attempt to ram up its slew of products. The new V9 Play is a variant of the Honor V9 which was launched earlier this year. The Honor V9 has proven to be an excellent device, as it has won a number of contests against some of its biggest rivals, including against the Sony Xperia XA2. Now, this new model of the V9 is expected to be successful as well.

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Launch promo of the new Honor V9 Play

Honor, which is a subsidiary of the consumer giant Huawei, has confirmed that the new Honor V9 Play will be launched on the last day of the IFA 2017, a globally renowned international technological fair which is set to take place in Berlin. We believe that the device will be available only in China, for now. When the Honor 8 was released last year, a more modest variant of the phone, the Honor 8 Youth edition, was released. Now that the Honor 9 is on the way, the new Honor V9 Play has been scheduled for launch. This is bound to be a budget device with good, albeit unexceptional, features.

Honor V9 Play Specs and Features

The Honor V9 Play is set to be a worthy sibling of the flagship device. Since this is a mid-range smartphone, expect it to be powered by the Kirin 659 chipset. This chipset will be ably complemented by 4 GB of RAM. We believe that the new device will come with a price tag of 1,499 Yuan, which is roughly equivalent to $227, This new device will also act as competition to rivals like the Xiaomi Mi 5X and Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A.

The design philosophy of the new Honor V9 Play is a bit different from the traditional Honor 9. On board is a single rear/primary camera. The TENAA listing has put the rear sensor at 12MP. Also on the rear side is a fingerprint sensor.

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