Yesterday Huawei started teasing the launch of its next Honor-branded device. The Honor V8 will become official at an event on May 10, and it will emulate the dual-camera setup of the recently unveiled P9. This will consist of two 12 MP units. The Honor V8 has also been rumored to come with the Kirin 950 chipset, 4GB of RAM, and a fingerprint sensor. Today rumors out of China paint a clearer picture.
The handset will apparently have a 5.5-inch 1080p touchscreen, an 8 MP selfie camera, a 3,000 mAh battery, and a USB Type-C port. Its price in China should be around CNY 2,000, which at the current exchange rates means $308 or €273.
Finally, from the same Chinese sources comes news that an Honor 8i will be unveiled at the same event. This will be the successor to the Honor 7i from last year, and it will allegedly keep the unique flip camera design of its predecessor, while still being aimed at women.
no need to be fancy Huawei , just bring a mini version from the already a winner phone( the mate 8 ) and you got yourself one of the best phone in the market right now PERIOD
Very good price
I want to pre-order. Honor phones are always great, because the P and Mate lines are a bit rushed, but for the Honor model Huawei refine the design and the chipset to get the best price possible. Essentially you`ll be getting the P9 (witouth the to...