Honor released the Pro version of the Honor 8 in April, boosting the phone’s specs to outperform more expensive competitors like the iPhone 7Plus and Samsung S7 Edge.
Here are three reasons this slimmed down, suped-up Honor 8 ticks all the right boxes.
The killer camera
The Honor 8 Pro’s 12MB dual camera uses an algorithm to combine monochromatic and RGB images together in an instant, resulting in the perfect blend of sharpness and colour.
So whether you’re taking a snap of the cocoa sprinkle atop your Grandé Clapa-trapa-cino, or the snow sprinkle atop the Gran Paradiso, the Honor 8 Pro will do you proud.
The dynamic display
The Honor 8 Pro boasts a 5.7” quad HD display, with 515ppi and support for approximately 94.5% of the NTSC colour gamut . That means games, videos and photos look beautifully vibrant and detailed.
The resolution is even good enough to be used with VR, and the box your Honor 8 Pro arrives in doubles up as a VR headset of your very own.
The impressive performance
The Honor 8 Pro packs in an octa-core Kirin 960 chipset and 6GB of RAM to handle memory-intensive apps quickly and easily. It also has an intuitive UI that adapts to your usage habits.
And you won’t be in a constant panic to find the nearest charging port either – the battery holds an impressive 4000mAh of power in one full charge, despite the phone’s ultra-slim 6.97mm body.
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