Huawei recently reveals there new smartphone in India, i.e. Honor 8X. Honor 8X is a power packed device having all the features that the audience wants on their smartphone. Honor 8X is going to become perfect competition for Realme 2 Pro. Let’s see how the new device from Honor stands in front of Realme 2 Pro.
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Design and Display
Honor 8X has 6.5 inches Full HD+ display. It is a notch display with 91% screen to body ratio. The screen has a pixel density of 389 PPI. Regarding design, it has a dual layer colour texture at the back which looks fascinating.
Honor 8X has 20+2 Megapixels dual camera setup at the rear. The primary sensor has the aperture of f/1.8 whereas secondary sensor has an aperture of f/2.4 which is used for depth sensing. Honor 8X has 16 Megapixel camera sensor at the front for a selfie and has an aperture of f/2.0. The camera module has many AI modes that makes your pictures look enhanced and contrasting. Also, it can record slow-motion video at 480 fps.
Huawei used there new octa-core processor which is Hi-Silicon Kirin 710 chipset built on a 12 nm of technology and have a clock speed up to 2.2 GHz in their new Honor 8X. For better gaming experience Honor used GPU turbo technology that makes your gaming experience lag free.
Battery and Other Features
Honor 8X has a non-removable 3750 mAh battery. But Kirin 710 is very power efficient processor and can give you a long lasting battery backup. Honor 8X running has EMUI 8.2 and running on Android 8.1.
Honor 8X has the following variants
- 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage for 14,999 Rs
- 6 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage for 16,999 Rs
- 6 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage for 18,999 Rs
Honor 8X is the real mid-range king and emerge as a true competitor for Realme 2 Pro. AI-based Kirin 710 gives the phone another level of boost by enhancing the features at every segment of a smartphone. Also, the design of Honor 8X looks premium and attractive. Overall the Honor 8X is a complete smartphone and maybe more than that for the price it is launched.
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