Huawei’s Sub Brand Honors added a new member to its portfolio with the introduction of Honor 8 Light. In the light version of the very popular Honour 8 Lite Smartphone comes with a price of Rs. 17,999 and if we look at the specifications then they have to pay a lot. But will it have a long-term impact on consumers? let’s find out.
At a time when most players in the smartphone industry are selecting the body of the metal, the respected glass has gone for the body, which is definitely out of the crowd. The phone feels very premium and is very thin with a thickness of 7.6 mm and only 147 grams with light weight. Moving quickly through the physical observation.
Honour 8 Lite Smartphone Of Detailed
The edges on one side are quite thin and the navigation buttons are on-screen. Just above the display, you will find a bunch of normal sensors with earpiece front camera and Ambient-light sensor. On the right side, you meet the volume control with the power on/off button, while the left house is a headphone jack at the top of a hybrid dual sim slot.
While on the basis you will get a micro-USB port between the two speaker grill, Out of which only one primary task will be in your primary speaker whereas the other will become your primary microphone.
While flipping the device on the back, we take the primary camera with the LED flash and the fingerprint sensor is placed just below it, which can do a lot by unlocking your device. Anyone can turn up and down and touch the notification panel, to select the call, click on the photo to scroll the photo in full-screen mode, swipe left or right. In addition, the fingerprint is fast enough to unlock the device.
Overall, the smartphone feels premium in hands and is definitely lightweight and compact to use. At the bottom of a glass back, the phone is a fingerprint magnet and the game of spots is very strong with this one. The display on the front sometimes gets very foggy when using the smartphone and it felt during being honest It can be taken on a beautiful cream on 8 discount light packs. As a precaution, a cover is advised to use and the bundle with the device inside the Huawei box gives a hardcover.
Honour 8 Lite Smartphone Specification
When it comes to specifications, the smartphone has some interesting app sheets that offer. To get started, the device has a 5.2-inch Full HD 2.5D curved glass display. With the resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. It is operated by Huawei’s in-house (2.1 GHz + 1.7 GHz), Octa-core Hydilikon Kyrian 655 processor, with the ALM Mali-T-830 MP3 GPU. The smartphone comes with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage. Which can be extended up to 128 GB via micro SD card.
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The Honor 8 Lite Android 7.0 is run on the Norgate operating system, which wraps under EMUI 5.0 Lite. The device is mixed with 3000 mAh Li-Polymer non-removable batteries and connectivity options including Dual SIM, 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi-802.11b / g / n, Wi-Fi hotspot, Bluetooth 4.1 and a micro USB port.
On the front of the camera, the smartphone has a 12-megapixel rear camera with 1.25mm pixel size sensor and LED flash with PDAF. For the front, an 8-megapixel selfie camera is a 77-degree wide angle lens, F / 2.0 apertures.
During our trial period, we were quite pleased with the performance of the smartphone. Beginning with the display department, the 5.2-inch full HD display provides a vibrant and punchy color in collaboration with some nice viewing angles. External visibility is good. If it is not extraordinary and we like the fact that auto glow was quick to adjust to the environment. Although at times when auto glow was a little too hard for our choice, all in all. Displaying on 8 lights will not disappoint you.
Coming to the software division, the Honour 8 Lite Android 7.0 is at the top with the latest EMUI 5.0 on the Huawei. EMUI 5.0 is now light and fast compared to the previous version. We like the fact that the company has the option to choose between standard layout and an app dryer.
Which is a good step, Navigate between apps and screens in bliss and it is quite smooth. Someone can also change navigation keys according to their wish. The UI is loaded with some Indian-centric features. Which include the Hindu calendar, which displays all the ephemeris and decade.
There are also some smart support facilities, including floating dock, speed control, one-handed UI, voice control and more. The new UI also brings a new mode – ‘privacy space’ which switches access using a revamped fingerprint technique.
In addition, it also combines cloud-based dynamic and stable antivirus. With a local antivirus and scans the hyperlink in SMS on the real-time basis for effective protection. In addition, there is better battery management and can adapt the battery by going to any setting option. On the other hand, there are some bugs.
Honour 8 Lite Smartphone In terms of battery, the 3000 mAh battery was gone for a full day, yet a few percent of the battery was left. However, it took some time to fully charge. So we did not get any fast duties here. However, when we increase our usage. Then it comes close to 7 hours of backup which can bother me.
In addition, call connectivity was good and during our testing period. We had no major problem. While calling, when you press the volume button. It promotes the sound of listening to you, which you can work on the road in a crowded area.
On the other hand, the speaker performance is not equal to par. When you churn the maximum volume. The speakers have to be dropped and it is not able to handle the bass and the mids, which are effective.
The device is not disappointed to use aggressive for long periods of time. It handles almost all the daily tasks, whether it’s browsing the web, streaming music, WhatsApp, and more effectively. Multi-tasking airs on the Honour 8 Lite Smartphone, thanks to the new and lighter EMUI 5.0 for 4 GB RAM.
The Honour 8 Lite Smartphone is capable of handling casual games and high-end games without breaking the sweat. We are able to handle our review During any major overheating problem was not encountered, although there is a glass panel behind the device.