Honor 8X review

This year’s Huawei Honor seems to be more radical, it not only comes up with a lot of significantly improved performance hardware and software but also be more and more fashionable in the design of mobile phones. The idea of ​​Honor indirectly drives the design tide of mobile phones at the same price. I believe that all brands will release some beautiful mobile phones in the future and completely smash those “ugly” designs.

The Honor 8X series brought us two products in the mid-range market. They brought great pressure to the mid-end product lines such as the comfortable Redmi, Meizu, and 360, and also provided consumers with more choices.

Honor 8X

With a 4.25mm narrow bezel and 91% screen-to-body ratio, honor 8X brings wonderful visual enjoyment. The 6.5-inch large screen with rounded corners delivers maximum vision when you watch videos, browse websites, or play games. The big screen but a small body size just a 5.5-inch smartphone, giving you an excellent hand feeling.

Adopting kirin 710 with octa-core and 2.2 GHz frequency, the Honor 8X brings you a faster and smoother running experience. This CPU has been optimized to reduce lower power consumption and provides higher performance.

The 20.0MP rear camera with a 1/8 aperture can capture ultra-clear image details. The AI technology can achieve more than 500 scenes of intelligent identification and let you take a professional and artistic picture in a single shot. Quick in taking photos and never miss a single moment. 16.0 MP front AI beauty camera features an Effects function, helping your selfies stand out on social media.

The 3750mAh battery with intelligent power-saving technology has been strengthened by 40% battery performance. That means you can spend more time using Honor 8X, instead of charging frequently!

The Honor 8X is well constructed and feels good in your hand. There’s a metal middle frame with what Honor calls 2.5D double texture aurora glass. The back has a ‘grating’ effect, which isn’t meant to be a description of your emotional response. I’m guessing Honor’s referring to the slight vertical band down the left of the rear that catches the light slightly differently so appears a different shade.

On that note, the Honor 8X is available in blue, red, and black finishes. As is common with Honor’s smartphone, the rear features multiple layers designed to catch and refract the light.

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