If you’re looking for a big-screen smartphone but you’re not looking to spend big, the Honor 7X looks like it should be towards the top of your list.Credit: HonorCNET and Engadget on Monday (Nov. 20). The handset ships with a 6-inch screen featuring 407 pixels per inch. It runs on the quad-core Kirin 659 chip and has a whopping 3,340mAh battery pack. Add those features to its dual 16-megapixel rear cameras with depth-sensing and its 8-megapixel front-facing camera, and you have what a nicely equipped mid-range handset. Pros CNET said the display was quite good and “where the excitement lies.” Both sites loved the price and thought that at around $300 to $400, the Honor 7X offers solid functionality with a great price. The Kirin processor isn’t going to set speed records, but performed well. The rear camera “does a decent job” of creating nice pictures the depth-sensing feature works well Cons The smartphone doesn’t come with a water-resistant design. There’s no USB-C charging here, so you’ll need to live with the older (and slower) micro USB. Honor 7X runs on Android Nougat instead of Android Oreo. Engadget noted there’s no near-field communication chip in the device, so you won’t be able to use services like Android Pay.