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The Honor 8X finally reached stores in India. Starting at Rs 14,999, the Honor 8X is a promising phone that sets a benchmark for budget smartphones. And the company was once again host with Honor 8X. Of course, the smartphone is packed with features, but let's focus on four areas where Honor 8X competes:
Smartphone was the most personal and most used gadget for most people. And when you always carry something with you, it looks good. Over the years, consumers have had to pay a lot of money for a smartphone that looks stylish. Nevertheless, the Honor 8X offers a stylish glass body with a budget. And if this wasn't impressive enough, it proves its production power with the double-tone finish behind Honor. With a twirled texture strip on the left dominates the rich reflective surface. Moreover, the metal frame not only adds a superior touch, but also provides structural stability. In the same segment, Redmi Note 5 Pro and Moto One Power offer metal back. The build quality of these phones is not bad, but if you are looking for an exciting design, Honor 8X is the way to go.
Despite its aggressive pricing, Honor 8X doesn't cut corners when it comes to photography. The phone has a 20 MP + 2 MP dual camera and a 16 MP front camera.
The Honor 8X's AI camera makes an even bigger difference. Multiple scene recognition can define more than 22 different types of objects in more than 500 different scenarios. All this happens in real time, so you don't have to choose the correct scene mode when the pictures are clicked.
The Honor 8X has a 6.5-inch FHD + display with notch on top. The best part is that the 8X is displayed on the large screen occupied by a 5.5 inch phone. This is usually done with thin frames that you don't see on budget phones. This effectively gives you the screen-to-body ratio of 91%. In contrast, the Redmi Note 5 Pro has a 6-inch display with a screen-to-body ratio of approximately 77%. The 6-inch screen of the Galaxy J8 does nothing better with a screen-to-body ratio of up to 76%.
The Honor 8X delivers a thin jaw as a result of the film on the chip (COF) technology. The handset also has sunlight imaging technology that maintains legibility even under bright light.
Honor clearly went on with all the weapons burning with 8X. The phone is working with its own Kirin 710 chipset. Based on 12nm fabrication, SoC (Chip on System) provides raw power without sacrificing battery life. The Kirin 710 chipset consists of the Cortex-A73 processor core. Compared to previous generation screens, the CPU comes with an up to 75% increase in single-core performance.
To overcome challenging games like PUBG, the phone comes with a Mali G51 GPU. Compared to the latest GPU, the Mali G51 GPU brings a performance boost of 130% to the table. On the other hand, the Galaxy J8 is supported by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 chipset. With 14 nm technology, the Snapdragon 450 chip is not equipped to use the Kirin 710 in Honor 8X. The Redmi Note 5 Pro's Snapdragon 636 is highly capable. However, limited to 14 nm technology, Huawei's Kirin 710 is not as efficient.
The Indian budget smartphone market is quite crowded. But with its superior design, performance, display and camera, Honor 8X takes the competition out of the water. So if you're looking for the best value smartphone that doesn't cut corners or compromise on quality, go to Honor 8X.