Our title might sound a little bit madcap, but there’s a logical reason for it. In the mid-range phone market there’s a top dog: the OnePlus 3. That phone has essentially blown the doors off what a device can provide at a £330 price point. And that, right there, is exactly the territory Honor – the subsidiary brand of Chinese supergiant Huawei – wants to strike with the Honor 8.
The 5.2-inch Honor 8, with its alluring dual camera feature (as ripped from theHuawei P9) offers other seemingly top-spec features, too, including Huawei’s best-available HiSilicon Kirin 950 processor, making it a notable upgrade over the previous Honor 7.
Does all that make the Honor 8 more than the sum of the OnePlus 3? And is this little-known brand (in the UK, at least) worthy of merit?
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