Exciting times ahead! Crowd-favorite HONOR X9a 5G will be available via Globe Postpaid Plans on May 26 with Zero Cash-out starting with GPlan 1799.
Manila, Philippines, May 19, 2023 – Leading global smart devices provider, HONOR, has officially announced the availability of its viral smartphone HONOR X9a 5G via Globe Postpaid Plans. Starting May 26, you can now avail HONOR X9a 5G with Zero Cash-out when you renew or apply for GPlan 1799 and above.
Available at select Globe stores and online, you can get HONOR X9a 5G in Emerald Green and Titanium Silver with Zero Cash-out when you renew or apply for GPlan 1799 that comes with Unli All-Net Calls & Text, Landline Calls, and 13GB Data.
“Even months after its release, the demand for HONOR X9a 5G hasn’t decreased, so we are proud to bring another option for HONOR fans to avail our hot-selling smartphone – Zero Cash-out when you avail GPlan 1799,” said HONOR Philippines Vice President Stephen Cheng.
EXPERIENCE THE ULTRA-TOUGH
Sporting a 120Hz Premium OLED Curved Display, the HONOR X9a 5G brings users a large screen of 6.67-inch with an impressive screen-to-body ratio of 93%, guaranteeing an immersive viewing experience for all your favorite content.
Its ultra-large 5100mAh battery in a compact body allows up to 2 days of daily use for a truly uninterrupted user experience. With just 30 minutes of charging, the HONOR X9a 5G delivers 12.5 hours of video streaming, sparing users from having to worry about their battery.
Arranged along the Matrix Star Ring, the powerful Triple Camera system – comprising a 64MP Ultra-clear Main Camera, a 5MP Wide Angle Camera and a 2MP Macro Camera – allows users to capture their daily lives in photos and videos that can be shared with friends and family at the touch of a button.
Other HONOR Smartphones available with Globe
Other available HONOR smartphones via Globe Postpaid Plans are HONOR X6 (https://new.globe.com.ph/mobile-phones/honor-x6) with one-time cash-out of Php2,000 via GPlan 799 and HONOR 70 5G (https://bit.ly/3MDh25E) with Zero Cash-out via GPlan 1999.