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The 8X Honor has hit the stores in India finally. With prices starting on Rs 14,999, the 8X Honor is a promising handset that sets a benchmark for smart budget phones. And the company has hit home again with the 8X Honor. Surely, the smartphone is full of features, but let's focus on four areas where the 8X Honor strikes the competition:
Smartphone has become the most personal and most useful gadget for most people. And when you're carrying something with you through the time, it's better to look good. For years, consumers had to collect a lot of cash for a smart phone that looks class. However, the 8X honor does not provide a colored glass body on a budget. And if that was not so impressive enough, the Hons experience his manufacturing enthusiasm with a dual tone tone finish on the back. I dominate the rich reflective surface with a texture strip on the left. Moreover, the metal frame does not add premium touch but also provide structural rigidity. In the same part, the Redmi Note 5 Pro and Moto One Power offer back metal. These phones do not have poor construction quality, but if you're looking for an exciting design, the 8X Honor is the way to go.
Despite its aggressive valuation, the 8X Honor does not cut corners when it comes to the photography department. The phone includes a 20 MP + 2 MP dual camera and a 16MP front camera.
The 8X Honor AI camera feature makes even more a difference. Its multi-agency recognition can identify over 22 different types of objects in over 500 different scenarios. All this happens in real time so you will not have to worry about selecting the right scene when clicking pictures.
The 8X Honors play a FHD + generous 6.5-inch screen with a note on top. The best part is that the 8X squeezes such a large display in a 5.5 inch phone footprint. This is achieved with thin tongues that you do not usually see on budget telephones. This gives you a screen-to-body ratio of 91%. In comparison, Redmi Note 5 Pro contains a 6 inch screen with the screen-to-body ratio of around 77%. The Galaxy J8 does not improve better with a 6 inch display with the 76% screen-to-body ratio.
The 8X Honors perform thin chin due to the flip-by-movie technology (COF). The handheld also includes the display of sunlight technology, which also retains the clarity even under light light.
It is clear that Honors have taken all the guns away with the 8X. The phone has been powered by its Kirin 710 chipset itself. Based on the 12nm fabric, the SoC (Chip System) provides a raw power without compromising the life of the battery. The Kirin 710 chipset includes Cortex-A73 processor cover. It has an increase of up to 75% in the CPU's individual core performance compared to the previous generation screens.
To deal with difficult games such as PUBG, the phone brings Mali G51 GPU. When compared to the last GPU last, the GPU Mali G51 brings an increase of 130% in the table. On the other hand, the Galaxy J8 is supported by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 chipset. With 14 nm technology, Snapdragon 450 chips do not have the Kirin 710 Honor 8X. Snapdragon 636 Redmi Note 5 Pro is quite competent. However, having been restricted by the 14 nm technology, it is not as efficient as Kirwe 710 Huawei.
An Indian budget smartphone market is quite full. However, with a design, performance, display and a secondary camera, the 8X Honor blows the competition out of the water. So, if you're looking for the best value smartphone that does not cut corners or compromise on quality, go to the 8X Honor.