Honor 7X vs Honor 9 Lite: Which one is for you?


Honor has been evidently strengthening its grip over the Indian smartphone market lately. The Chinese tech giant’s strategy to launch multiple phones in a short span is a clear example of our assumption. In 2018 itself, where company’s are still preparing for their yearly launch, Honor has launched three phones in a matter of two months – Honor 7X in December 2017, Honor 9 Lite and Honor View 10 in January 2018.

While the View 10 serves a whole different segment, the 9 Lite and 7X fall in a similar price category. The Honor 9 Lite starts selling at Rs 10,999 for 3GB RAM and 14,999 for 4GB RAM. Whereas, the Honor 7X is sold for Rs 12,999 for the 3GB variant and Rs 15,999 for the 4GB variant.

The question here is, why did Honor go with two different phones in the same price category, and which one is a better buy?

In this post, we’ll be analysing what sets apart the Honor 9 Lite from the Honor 7X, and which one is better for you.

Looks or durability?

Although the 9 Lite is the cheaper among the two, it definitely looks more premium than the Honor 7X.

This article was sourced fromTechRadar

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