Honor phones are excellent handsets that usually give you a lot without breaking the bank. Here are the best Honor phones you can buy ranked based on features, value for money, and of course, degree of awesomeness.
- Honor 10 (RM 1399.00)
- Honor view 10 (RM 1165.00)
- Honor 9 Lite (RM 659.00)
- Honor Play (RM 1,099.00)
- Honor 8X (RM 949.00)
- Honor Note 10 (RM 1,399.00)
- Honor Magic 2
- Honor 9
- Honor 7X (RM 849.00)
- Honor 8X (RM 949.00)
Honor is making a great name for itself in the global smartphone market. Owned by Huawei, it’s a separate brand that often takes the exact same specs of a Huawei phone, repackages it, and sells it cheaper.
Turns out, that’s a great thing for you, the consumer.
Predominantly almost all honor phone are blue in color, but I think it might have something to do with the brand branding and psychological effect of Honor’s target customers. I’m inching to get another honor phone, honor 10 that is, but like always, I’ll prefer to wait my current phone to be unusable first. You know, I’m trying to be frugal.
They often have dual cameras, attractive designs and AI software features that Huawei phones have for often hundred of pounds or dollars more.
Honor smartphones range from the premium to the extremely affordable – but debatably the former can stray into the latter. This is what makes the large range slightly confusing sometimes.
So, keeping true to the post objective, lets examing Honor best phones as of 19th January 2019.
It comes in 4 beautiful colors
Its rated @ full mark 5/5 ⭐ (from 40 verified buyers)
Some key highlight on the Honor 10 key features
- Value for Money (Twice the value to be exact) : Much of what the Honor 10 offers, like display, cameras and build quality are at the level you’d expect from a phone twice the price
- The software is better than ever and you get a whopping 128GB of storage as standard. Add in smooth performance, a headphone jack, dual-SIM and attractive design and you can see why this is the current mid-range king.
It only comes in 2 colors option that is
Its rated @ full mark 5/5 ⭐ (from 13 verified buyers)
In short, It’s high on spec and low on pricing. What else can you ask for?
With regard to style, color wise, not much to choose from, and on style, it’s similar to Honor 8 Pro rather than the more recent Honor 9.
We wouldn’t be surprised if you were tempted by one of Honor’s cheaper option though. Like me, fall in love with Honor 9 Lite the 1st time I saw it.
Now that I take a better look at ‘glacier grey’, the color seems quite nice. Oh yes, mine was blue.
It only comes in 2 colors option that are
And, now its already slightly cheaper relative to when I bought it making it more of a bargain. It’s design is pretty, the specifications are decent including 4 cameras and reasonable performance too.
Again, at RM 659.00, what else could you possibly want?
Honestly, the display is no match for rival gaming phones like the Razer Phone or Asus ROG, but the Honor Play offers top notch performance for far less price (one third of the price in fact) than either Razer Phone or Asus ROG. Hence, it is an ideal phone for gamers on budget.
The specs are almost identical to the pricier Honor 10 and even the much pricier Huawei P20, though it’s worth noting that it’s got a metal chassis rather than a glass back, and the camera isn’t a patch on the ones in those phones.
Still, even if you’re not a gamer, this is one of the best value phones on the market, offering flagship performance at a fraction of the price, so long as you don’t mind missing out on the best photography features (the cons which you might need to consider).
The Honor 8X looks, feels and performs like a high-end smartphone in most respects. It features a gorgeous shimmering glass back and a stunning 6.5in FHD+ bezel-less display on the front, complete with a Notch housing a 20Mp camera.
It offers advanced features including facial recognition that works well in most environments, and although performance isn’t perfect when running demanding apps, it should be more than enough for casual browsing and gaming.
It definitely the one with the biggest screen from Honor smartphone range.
Performance wise, it’s great and video and games looks absolutely stunning on one of the biggest OLED panels you can find without anotch. As with most Honor phones, it’s come at a great (cheap) price which is very affordable.
Hence if you want a phone with a flagship specs to replace a tablet, then, Honor Note 10 definitely fits the bill.
The Magic 2 is a beautiful piece of hardware, with a triple selfie camera hidden behind a manual slider – which pulls double duty as a satisfying novelty and the enabler of a big, beautiful 6.39in AMOLED display.
Regardless, in performance terms, it’s nipping at the heels of the year’s top flagships, and only lacking flashy features like waterproofing or a bezel-less screen. It looks great, it runs fast, and it costs less than other brands with similar specs.
In short, its a newer and better version of Honor 7X.
Therefore, it present itself as a great deals.
So, here’s my list, what do you think? Do I get it right?
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