73 / 100


  • Big 6.78-inch smooth display (120Hz)
  • Powerful 108MP camera for great photos
  • Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 with 8GB or 12GB RAM for multitasking
  • Long-lasting battery (5800mAh) with fast charging (35W)
  • Up-to-date software (Android 13)
Display6.78-inch AMOLED display, 120Hz refresh rate
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 6 Gen 1
RAM8GB or 12GB
Storage128GB or 256GB
Rear Camera108MP main sensor
5MP ultra-wide sensor
2MP macro sensor
Front Camera16MP
Battery5800mAh with 35W fast charging
Operating SystemAndroid 13 with MagicOS 7.2 on top
Connectivity 5G, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth, GPS
Dimensions163.6 mm (height) x (width to be confirmed)
ColorsMidnight Black, Sunrise Orange

About This Product

Released in 2023, the Honor X9b 5G is a mid-range smartphone offering a large 6.78-inch AMOLED display with a smooth 120Hz refresh rate for an immersive viewing experience. Under the hood, it boasts a Qualcomm Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 processor, paired with 8GB or 12GB of RAM for efficient multitasking, and 128GB or 256GB of storage to keep your files and apps. The highlight of the X9b 5G is its triple-lens rear camera system, featuring a powerful 108MP main sensor to capture stunning photos and videos. A long-lasting 5800mAh battery with 35W fast charging support ensures you won’t be left stranded without power. The phone runs Android 13 with Honor’s MagicOS 7.2 on top, providing a user-friendly interface. Available in Midnight Black and Sunrise Orange, the Honor X9b 5G starts at an attractive price of ₹25,999 (around $315), making it a compelling option for users seeking a feature-packed mid-range smartphone.


  • Big, pretty screen
  • Long battery life (charges fast too!)
  • Awesome main camera (great pics in daylight)
  • Tough build quality


  • Heavy duty games (might stutter)
  • Nighttime selfies (average camera)
  • Fancy features (no wireless charging)
  • Less common brand (fewer stores/support)


The Honor X9b 5G is a solid mid-range option with a large display, a powerful main camera, a long-lasting battery, and 5G connectivity. However, the processor might not be the fastest, and it lacks some premium features. Consider your priorities when making a decision – if a great camera, big screen, and long battery life are most important, this could be a good choice. If you prioritize raw processing power or brand reputation, you might want to explore other options.

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