Huawei Honor 8 Pro boasts two cameras
Searching for another, unlocked Android 7.0 phone? With a huge battery? What’s more, two cameras on the back?
Include the Huawei Honor 8 Pro to your rundown. The opened 5.7-inch handset is an upper-midrange telephone that accompanies some amazing equipment specs. It’s most convincing elements: the double camera setup on the back and the 4,000 mAh battery, which Huawei says will last more than an entire day and more like two.
It keeps running on Huawei’s most recent home-made octa-center processor, alongside a healthy 6GB of RAM, thus far in our testing appears to be more than able.
Envisioning the Huawei Honor 8 Pro’s double cameras
The enormous battery implies the telephone is thick to hold, yet the strong metal form makes it feel like one of the more premium gadgets Honor has propelled. The naval force blue tint of our audit display looks awesome, as well, and the way the glass screen bends at the edge to meet the body is a pleasant touch. The unique mark sensor on the back functions admirably and you can swipe your finger over it to peruse photographs or raise the notice board.
Regarding pictures, the Honor 8 has a comparative setup to Huawei’s P10 – one 12-megapixel sensor takes photographs in shading, while alternate shots just in highly contrasting. We truly enjoyed the masterful nature of the highly contrasting shots on the P10 and keeping in mind that the P10’s cameras have higher resolutions, we’re trusting the Honor will convey comparatively fulfilling outcomes.
You can preorder the Honor 8 Pro on April 5 in the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Switzerland. It’ll cost £475 or 549 euros, which believers to generally $585 or AU$770, with no word yet on the US or Australian accessibility.