With the Huawei-made Honor 5X now officially coming to the U.S., it's worth taking a look at how it measures up in terms of raw hardware. Read on for a full breakdown of hardware specs for the Honor 5X.
Note: Radio bands are for the U.S. version of this phone.
|Display||5.5-inch 1920 x 1080 Full HD IPS LCD display with 16.7M colors, 401 PPI
10 point multi-touch sensitive screen supporting auto rotation
TP & LCD full lamination
|Size and Weight||151.3 mm (L) x 76.3 mm (W) x 8.15 mm (5.96 inches x 3.00 inches x 0.32 inches)
Approximately 158 g (including the battery)
|Operating System||Google Android 5.1 (Lollipop)
Huawei EMUI 3.1
|Processor||1.5 GHz Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 616 Octa-core processor (4x1.2GHz+4x1.5GHz); 64 bit|
|Battery||3000 mAh lithium polymer
Standby time and talking time
Dual cards and dual standby mode: Up to 345 hours of standby time
WCDMA network: Up to 740 hours standby time; up to 26 hours talking time o GSM network: Up to 720 hours standby time; up to 27 hours talking time
FDD LTE network: Up to 740 hours standby time
TD-LTE network: Up to 740 hours standby time
microSD: expandable to 128GB
|Camera||13-megapixel rear-facing camera with SmartImage 3.0 image processor, wide F2.0 aperture, 28 mm wide angle lens with five elements, blue glass infrared filter, ultra-strong fingerprint-resistant cover and flash
Photo resolution: Up to 4160 x 3120
Video resolution: Up to 1920 x 1080
5-megapixel front-facing camera with F2.4 aperture, 22 mm wide angle lens with four elements blue glassinfrared filter
Photo resolution: Up to 2592 × 1944 o Video resolution: Up to 1280 × 720
|Audio/Video||720P/1080P full HD video recording and video playback
Audio format: .mp3, *.mid, *.amr, *.awb, *.3gp, *.mp4, *.m4a, *.aac, *.wav,.ogg, *.flac
Video file format: *.3gp, *.mp4, *.webm, *.mkv
Qualcomm snapdragon audio+
3.5mm headphone jack
|Connectivity||GSM (GSM 850): 824–849 MHz (UL), 869–894 MHz (DL)
EGSM (GSM 900): 880–915 MHz (UL), 925–960 MHz (DL)
DCS (GSM 1800): 1710–1785 MHz (UL), 1805–1880 MHz (DL)
PCS (GSM 1900): 1850–1910 MHz (UL), 1930–1990 MHz (DL)
WCDMA Band 1 (WCDMA 2100): 1920–1980 MHz (UL), 2110–2170 MHz (DL)
WCDMA Band 2 (WCDMA 1900): 1850–1910 MHz (UL), 1930–1990 MHz (DL)
WCDMA Band 4 (WCDMA 1700): 1710–1755 MHz (UL), 2110–2155 MHz (DL)
WCDMA Band 5 (WCDMA 850): 824–849 MHz (UL), 869–894 MHz (DL)
LTE FDD Band 2: 1850–1910 MHz (UL), 1930–1990 MHz (DL)
LTE FDD Band 4: 1710–1755 MHz (UL), 2110–2155 MHz (DL)
LTE FDD Band 5: 824–849 MHz (UL), 869–894 MHz (DL)
LTE FDD Band 12: 699–716 MHz (UL),729–746 MHz (DL)
LTE FDD Band 17: 704–716 MHz (UL), 734–746 MHz (DL)
|Other Connectivity||Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, 2.4G
Bluetooth V4.1, Class 1
microUSB (USB 2.0)
GPS/AGPS/Glonass location and navigation
Ambient light sensor
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