Denasur, 30 Mar 2018Is this unit called nova 2 lite here in the Philippines? No, the Huawei Nova 2 Lite is different device.
chrisdbarnett, 28 Mar 2018 I've had this phone for about a month now and I love it. It keeps up with everything I throw... moreWhat about heat up problems.....?? Please tell me... Am planning to buy this phone
Anonymous, 30 Mar 2018Please tell me, how is batteri drain? I hear A LOT of people are having problems with battery ... moreYes drain quite fast, so I turn on power saving mode, can last 2 days for basic usage.
Denasur, 30 Mar 2018Is this unit called nova 2 lite here in the Philippines? No, Nova 2 lite is SD 430 with larger screen.
chrisdbarnett, 28 Mar 2018
I've had this phone for about a month now and I love it. It keeps up with everything I throw... morePlease tell me, how is batteri drain? I hear A LOT of people are having problems with battery drain of this smartphone. Is it true? I plan to play a lot of games (like DraStic emulator games) and I am concerned the battery could be shit?
Also, I´ve heard that since it has a glass unibody, heat dissipation might not be good, since glass is not a good condictor of heat like metal?
lucky, 28 Mar 2018Anybody tell me about honor 9 lite....i am planning to buy this phone, i have to buy or not?Depends...like for any phone. If you want one of the best overall experiences for $200 (big decent screen, relatively compact, good looking and so on) it's one of the best phones for now. If youre looking specifically at something like best camera or best gaming for that money, some flagship of 2 years ago like the Mi5 or Honor 8 might be a better pick if you find a sweet deal.
M and M, 29 Mar 2018Yepp, also flagships offer the newest tech like better LTE, dual band wifi or USB-C many years... moreBut again you would think (and kinda expect) flagship specs and features 1-2 years ago should find their way to midrange phones this year surely?
And those "flagship specs" of 1-2 years ago should noe be considered as "basic" and a necessity and not anymore of the luxury/premium type?
I am planning to buy honor 9 lite..Can I go with 32gb or 64 gb.. except RAM is there any other difference.. pls suggest
lucky, 28 Mar 2018Anybody tell me about honor 9 lite....i am planning to buy this phone, i have to buy or not?yes you can purchase this phone. it is really awesome phone
Gino76, 28 Mar 2018Buying an old 1-2 year old flagship in 2018 is probably better than getting a good mid-ranger ... moreYepp, also flagships offer the newest tech like better LTE, dual band wifi or USB-C many years before those trickle down to midrangers; almost no midrangers today have ac wifi or quickcharge for example even though flagships had them 5 years ago,.. some features they like to keep them premium.
Anonymous, 28 Mar 2018Yours is fake. Its kirin 659Yes Yes you have to buy!!
Anybody tell me about honor 9 lite....i am planning to buy this phone, i have to buy or not?
M and M, 27 Mar 2018Well, that's what I usually do: buy new flagships of 2 years ago instead of new midrangers bec... moreBuying an old 1-2 year old flagship in 2018 is probably better than getting a good mid-ranger these days coz you have to look at the specs, consider your price range, etc. Technology grows really fast that you can't anymore keep up.
yes for under £200/Â€200 I can get a Mi A1 vs the 9 Lite coz of faster updates. The issue with Xiaomi's Android One phone is it is getting older too, audio in video recording is atrociously robotic and hate the in-built nav buttons setup which is similar to Samsung of old.And besides the Mi A1 is not officially available on Europe (only in online shops) so support for 4G bands and frequencies (and updates) will be at least choppy.
I've had this phone for about a month now and I love it. It keeps up with everything I throw at it. The reception on it is better than my old LG G5 and way better than the Nokia 6 which I had to return...in my house, the Nokia 6 couldn't hold a signal at all, it drove me nuts.
One feature of the Honor 9 lite that I love is its ability to switch off at a set time, then switch itself back on for the alarm.
Another nice touch was the phone came with it's own plastic clear case, so it's protected right away, just as well, because otherwise the back cover would be smudged with finger prints all the time.
One thing about the colour - I have the blue one and by the time it's put in it's case, it's quite a dark blue. Even without the case, it's still darker than you would think looking at the pictures of it on the net.
I've always bought flagships phones in the past and I'll never do so again. The crazy thing is that budget phone can hold it's own against phones way more expensive.
Buy it. You won't regret it.
I have Honor 9 Lite known as Huawei Nova 2 Lite (Philippines) well its 5.99 inch 18:1 ratio full screen and this is not HiSilicon Kirin, its Snapdragon 430, 3gb ram only.
Honor 9 Lite or Mate 10 Lite or Redmi 5 Plus? For camera use mostly!
M and M, 27 Mar 2018Well, that's what I usually do: buy new flagships of 2 years ago instead of new midrangers bec... moreI don't think you actually understood my point about the microUSB issue.
But again don't get me wrong. The 16nm SoC process, having a compass, Cat6 LTE, big 5.6" is all but good.
Turn-offs such as microUSB port, questionable history of screen tech (especially with Honor), history of camera issues (poor low-light, no video stabilization, unnatural photos, etc.), questionable performance (because of a bloated software) and questionable update prioritisation is too hard not to avoid.