Huawei has just launched its Honor 8 successor, the Honor 8 Pro. The Honor 8 had attracted massive sales on the Black Friday 2016 while the Honor 8 Lite has been a hit with consumers on a budget. The Honor 8 Pro hopes to carry on the Honor legacy; here’s what it offer:
Honor 8 Pro comes with a 2K Quad HD 5.7 inch large screen with lesser bezels and a 79% screen ratio still a bit far off from the new Galaxy S8 but improved nonetheless. It houses the latest Kirin 960 octa-core processor improving single core and multicore performance by 10% and 80% respectively.
The Mali G71 chipset along with a massive 6GB RAM ensures smooth graphic experience improved by 400%! The set has a sleek design with a metal build made possible by leading diamond cutting technology, while the screen is protected by a Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
Honor 8 Pro has a 4000 mAh battery which is bigger than the new Samsung Galaxy flagships. According to Huawei, the phone can be fully charged in 1 hour and 50 minutes and provide a 2-day usage with one charge.
The Honor 8 Pro camera has a 12MP Dual camera enabling the monochrome camera to bring more detail in low light and an excellent Bokeh feature. The camera can record 4K videos too. The phone is dual sim one and can be used to expand the storage to 128GBs.
The latest Android Nougat and Emotion 5.1 UI come with the Honor 8 Pro along with NFC and USB Type-C connectivity options. A value added feature added to the Honor 8 Pro is the Jaunt VR app and a cardboard with lens are also in the box. The app has 200+ VR videos ready to watched and has a 28 language compatibility.
The smartphone will be priced at €549 and is available to preorder from Honor’s official site and will start shipping from April 28.
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