Huawei sub brand Honor has announced a new budget friendly smartphone called as the Honor 8C which will be the successor of the Honor 7C. The device comes with 3D nano-level texture design and will be available in Platinum Gold, Nebula Purple. Midnight Black and Aurora Blue color options. It will be going for sale on 16th of October in China and is available for order starting today. The 4GB / 32GB storage variant is priced at 1099 Yuan (approx Rs. 11, 800) while the 4GB / 64GB variant is priced at 1399 Yuan (approx Rs. 15,000).
Coming to the specs sheet of this device, the Honor 8C it will be coming with a 6.26” HD+ display with 1520 x 720 pixels resolution and 19:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood, there is an Octa-Core Snapdragon 632 Processor coupled with 4 GB of RAM and Adreno 506 GPU. There are two different options, one being the 32GB variant and other being the 64GB variant and these can be further extended up to a maximum of 256GB via microSD card slot. This dual SIM variant supports 4G VoLTE connectivity and comes with all the required sensors.
Out of the box, the Honour 8C will be featuring Android 8.1 Oreo operating system which could get further updates also in the coming days. On the rear, we can find a 13MP camera with LED flash and f/1.8 aperture size and it will be accompanied by a 2MP secondary camera with f/2.4 aperture size. On the front side, there is an 8MP camera with LED flash for selfies and video calling. To enhance the security levels the company has also provided a fingerprint sensor on the device.
The handset measures 158.72 mm × 75.94 mm × 7.98 mm and weighs 167.2 grams. There is a 4000mAh non-removable battery on the device that can be good enough to power this handset an entire day. There is no word from the company about the global rollout yet, and we will get back to you once we have the information. Share your views on the device by commenting in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more updates.