These days, low-cost phones have not become less expensive; however, they have been made available with lots of improvements. You can easily get more for your money than before. The Honor 9 Lite blue for instance, costs around $280 is a strong contender in the budget phone sector. Below are some of the features of the phone that leave users considering it:
It Has Desirable Features
A phone can only be desirable if it has satisfying features. However, the Honor 9 Lite ticks them all in terms of design, camera, software and screen. The phone seems to be giving more for its price. Although its price is not within the vivo v9 price category, the Lite is still a mid-range phone because it is made of glass. The phone is lightweight, solid and cool to your touch. Its screen is bigger at 5.65 inches and with think bezels around it which make it compact. Because of its bezel-less design, the phone looks contemporary and its 2160 x 1080 pixel resolution is quite bright and appealing.
It Has Four Cameras
Why get a phone with two cams if you can get four at a good price? The four cameras in the Lite make it stand out. It boasts the same dual-lens 13-megapixel and 2-megapixel cameras on the rear and front. However, it has improved beauty mode, wide-aperture pictures and HDR shots. A lot of users say that the phone handles the majority of situations adequately, although it may struggle if faced with varying lighting conditions.
The Lite runs Android 8.0 Oreo with the EMUI 8.0 user interface of the Chinese brand. This makes the model more up-to-date than the Honor 7X. The Lite has a RAM of 3 GB and internal storage of 32 GB. The MicroSD card lets you increase the storage amount. Some users complain of sluggish and stuttering performance; however, a software update may be able to fix this problem.
When it comes to performance, you will notice the difference between the Lite and a pricier smartphone that has a faster processor. This should not be a problem if you are an occasional gamer. It is not slow; however, you may notice slight slowdowns and pauses. And as you spend just a few dollars for the Lite, you cannot judge the battery life. However, the Lite does not have a USB Type-C; instead, a MicroUSB charging port.