Honor 8 Lite coming to India by tomorrow; here’s why it is worth a try

Honor 8 Lite. Photo: Official website

Successor to Huawei’s Honor 8 smartphone, the Lite is expected to give Indians bang for their buck

 

Chinese smartphone maker Huawei recently started pre-bookings for its Honor 8 Lite devices, which are expected to be launched in a day or two and made available both online and at select retail stores across India.

 

Huawei, which had launched the Honor 8 smartphones last year, is now preparing to bring its lighter version, Honor 8 Lite, to India. The company’s vice-president, P Sanjeev, had on April 30 tweeted a picture announcing #Honor8lite coming soon!

Huawei is yet to announce the actual date of the launch, but it is expected to be in a day or two, according to media reports. The model will be available on both e-commerce websites and select retail stores across India. According to OnlyMobiles, the new model could be priced at Rs 17,999, much lower than the earlier version, which is priced at Rs 29,999 on Flipkart.

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Here is what you can expect in the Honor 8 Lite smartphone:

 

Looks, display and processor

 

The Honor 8 Lite will come in black, blue, gold and white colours and be similar to its predecessor in look and feel, with a dual-sim slot and 5.2-inch full HD display. The device will be powered by Huawei’s 2.1 GHz + 1.7 GHz octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 655 processor. This powerful processor will be useful for the users who like to multi-task on their smartphones.(read more)

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