Huawei has been fine tuning its digital native (for which read teenagers and twenty somethings) smartphones for a couple of years now and, with the Honor 6X, has (almost) perfected the delicate balance between technology and value for money. The 6X has (almost, again) no weaknesses, at least in this relatively budget segment of the market. If you want a decent (if not top end) smartphone, don’t want to pay top dollar and don’t mind your Android experience to be slightly tweaked from Google’s Nexus and Pixel ambitions, then the Honor 6X is an easy recommendation.
Taking inspiration from Xiaomi, Huawei’s sub-brand Honor has unveiled its first concept phone in China: the Honor Magic. The handset features a unique design that is curved from all its edges. Interestingly, the phone only comes with a home button at the front which also acts as the back and overview buttons using gestures.
Huawei’s sub-brand Honor today announced the Honor 6X in China. The budget oriented handset is the successor to the Honor 5X and packs a metal body. What sets it apart from other budget smartphones is the dual 12MP shooters at its rear, which is a rarity among smartphones in the sub-$150 price range.
Huawei today launched its latest Honor smartphone in China: the Honor 8. The handset features a 5.2-inch Full HD display that is protected by a 2.5D curved glass. Like with other devices from the company, the Honor 8 features a unibody aluminium design, with the fingerprint sensor located at the rear.
Huawei’s online-only sub-brand Honor has made a name for itself with some excellent budget devices that are doing extremely well in the European and Chinese market. The latest entrant from the company in its Honor lineup is the Honor 5c that sits just below the Honor 5X.
Huawei Honor 8 has been dubbed ‘Beauty out of the ordinary’ by the Chinese OEM, and now, with the device having passed through TEENA, the specs and design have been revealed so we can evaluate how true the statement is.
Huawei’s online-only brand Honor today launched their latest handset in India today: the Honor 5c. The handset sits right below the Honor 5x in the company’s lineup, and its the first budget handset from the company to use its own Kirin 650 chipset that is based on the 16nm fabrication process.
Huawei today launched its latest honor handset in China: the honor V8. The premium metallic handset is filled to the brim with high-end chipsets and sensors, but despite that and in typical Huawei fashion, it has been priced pretty reasonably.
Huawei’s Honor brand today launched its newest handset, the Honor 5C in China. Sitting in a notch below the honor 5x, the honor 5c packs in some really compelling features for its price.