Honor 8 Pro – Makes overpriced flagships look foolish
Honor 8 Pro is the flagship phone you can’t resist purchasing.
Over the last couple of years, many brands have entered the Indian smartphone market. They all want a piece of the pie! Disrupting the market, many smartphone makers have changed the game as we know it now. Whether you talk about budget range, mid range or high range, the price bracket has been drastically reduced. All thanks to some select brands like Honor, Xiaomi, Lenovo, and Motorola. One such new entrant that is going to take India by shock is the Honor 8 Pro.
The upcoming flagship phone that is dubbed as the Silent Killer by industry media, is aiming to grab the biggest piece of the pie. If you think it can’t grab that pie, then you should take a serious look at the Honor 8 Pro specifications and features.
We’ve spelled out the details of the new Honor 8 Pro smartphone for you:
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A Display you can’t look away from!
Can a display be more enticing than this! The Honor 8 Pro shines bright with a 2K resolution display (2560 X 1440), it is as good as mobile displays can be. With a strong brightness level, color saturation, and sunlight legibility. This 5.7-inch display has a potential to beat displays from even the costly high-end phones such as Samsung Galaxy S8, HTC U11, and LG G6. You can’t say no to Netflix streaming on this display! Or if VR is your thing, then the company claims that its display has the abilities to offer you an immersive VR experience like no other phone can. The pre-installed apps such as Jaunt VR and Cardboard app ensures your VR experience is just a touch away.
Performance that never stops!
This is probably the greatest configuration when it comes to unmatched performance. Honor 8 Pro packs the Kirin 960 processor, which in itself is an incredible powerhouse, club that with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage, then you get a machine with unmatched computing power. Honor has utilized the in-house Hisilicon Kirin flagship chipset, which is an Octa-core processor. The icing on the cake is the implementation of the Vulkan API, which makes even the most demanding games run with minimum lag.
Cameras that make your moments memorable!
Once you hold the Honor 8 Pro you won’t put it down for its camera capabilities. Equipped with dual 12MP rear camera sensors, one is a monochrome lens, while other is RGB lens, together they capture magical moments and are as clear as we see them through our own eyes. The wide-aperture feature makes sure you capture as much as a scene, and never miss anything. The video capabilities include wide angle shooting mode and Ultra HD 4K resolution recording. Talking about the front sensor, it is a wide-angle 8MP resolution snapper that can considerably shoot great selfies fitting almost all members at the dinner table.
Experience matters more than you think!
It’s appreciative if a device comes with latest OS version, but if it’s not offering the experience you desire then, it’s probably not worth it. While there are many takers for Pure stock experience, there are people who crave for intuitive software experiences. The company claims that 90% of the features on EMUI 5.1 is just three touches away. Now that is called an intuitive experience. It is an added advantage that EMUI is based on Android 7.0 Nougat OS, which is the latest stable release.
The battery that lasts longer!
We all at some point have to purchase a power bank, but with Honor 8 Pro as a daily driver, there’s no need to. The device itself is a power bank with 4000 mAh capacity housed inside a high-density battery. The brand claims that it can give you straight two days charge on regular use, and one and a half day charge on heavy use. That is more than enough for your weekend trip!
The price that doesn’t put a hole in your pockets!
Breaking all the stereotypes, Honor 8 Pro price in India is expected to be around Rs 29,999. The Honor 8 Pro release date in India is July 6th. It would be an Amazon India exclusive handset. Honor is about to make the affordable flagship competition in India a lot aggressive going against OnePlus 5. And those 60K priced handsets more foolish than before. Now don’t you think Samsung, HTC, and LG made overpriced flagships?
What do you think of the new Honor 8 Pro coming to India? Will you purchase this smartphone? Let us know in the comments section below.