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Honor Air Quality Detector Goes On Sale For $88

Honor Air Quality Detector Goes On Sale For $88

The Honor Smart Body Scale and the Honor Air Quality detector were announced on the same day when Honor 9 was launched and were billed to go on sale on July 18. The sales for the Honor Air Quality detector has now opened on Huawei Mall (Vmall).

The Air quality detector comes with a tumbler design and allows monitoring of air quality. The gadget captures clean air level and a number of other parameters. The Honor Air Quality detector works in real time and can detect more than 300 types of volatile organic compounds. The detector can also detect ultra-fine particles (PM 2.5) in the air, temperature, and humidity inside the room and then provide recommendations to aid in improving the air quality.

It comes with an energy-saving mode which can preserve the battery for up to 5 days, but in real-time monitoring mode, the battery only lasts up to 15 hours. If it is only to monitor the temperature and humidity, you get up to1 year battery life. The Honor Air Quality detector is presently on sale at Vmall for $88. It is available only in Snow white color.

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Bezel-Less Honor Note 9 Coming Very Soon Image Leaked

Bezel-Less Honor Note 9 Coming Very Soon Image Leaked

A newly leaked image claiming to be Huawei’s upcoming Honor Note 9. The new leak shows a reassuring bezel-less design resembling the recent Honor 9 sibling.

The bezels on the sides of the phone remain super-thin like the Honor Note 8. There is also the assumption that the device will come in 2.5D glass protecting the screen. The top and bottom bezels are notably thicker than the side bezels, however, remains very narrow relative to other flagship devices. It appears that the volume buttons and power button are located on the right of the Honor Note 9.



The Honor Note 9 is expected to be shipped with a significantly larger display, the Honor Note 9 will certainly come at 6+ inch display. we are expecting a dual-camera setup paired rear-facing facing fingerprint scanner, considering the current trends with flagship smartphones.

The device is expected to be paired with either 4GB or 6GB RAM and multiple storage options. In terms of operating system, the device will come with EMUI 5 (Android 7.0) but should be listed for the EMUI 6 upgrade (Android 8.0).

There is a possibility that the Honor Note 9 will be announced by the end of this month and release later.

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New Honor Phone Gets Certified on TENAA

New Honor Phone Gets Certified on TENAA

The Huawei independent brand’s Honor. And a new Honor phone has appeared on TENAA  where it has been certified. It comes with the model number MYA-TL10 with specifications that shows the device will be a budget phone. Honor is known for its high-end models but recently, they have spread their tentacles to the mid-range and now the low-end segment.

The TENAA listing shows the Honor phone features a 5-inch display with HD resolution (1280 x 720pixels). It has a dimension of 143.8 x 72 x 8.85mm, weighing just 150g. The model packs a 1.4GHz Quad-core processor backed by 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. On the camera end, the Huawei Honor smartphone sports an 8MP rear camera with LED flash and at the front, there is a 5MP camera. The device is fueled by a modest 2,920mAh.

The new TENAA certified model comes with a host of network bands including 4G LTE. The phone gets its interface from the Android 6.0 Marshmallow which will likely be modified with Huawei’s EMUI.

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Honor 8 Pro Launched in India Design Specifications Camera Details

Honor 8 Pro Launched in India Design Specifications Camera Details

Huawei has been releasing devices in India under its sub-brand Honor. The Honor 8 has been its top-of-the-line device so far, and now it looks like the Honor 8 Pro will take over that position. The Honor 8 Pro sports dual rear cameras and is priced to go up against the new kid on the block, the OnePlus 5.

Honor 8 Pro design

The design of the Honor 8 Pro is slightly different when compared to its sibling the Honor 8. The Honor 8 Pro gets a metal unibody. It’s available in two colors, Midnight Black and Navy Blue, and you’ll be happy with either one. The smartphone is quite sleek, measuring just 6.97mm in thickness, and has curved sides. What is surprising is that Honor has managed to cram a 4000mAh battery into this body.

At the front, there’s a 5.7-inch AMOLED panel, with super-slim side borders. The top and bottom are thicker, and there’s an Honor logo below the screen. Above it, you’ll find the 8-megapixel selfie shooter along with the earpiece and a couple of sensors. The power and volume buttons are on the right side. The power button is well within reach but you might have to stretch a little to reach the volume controls. The left side of the Honor 8 Pro only has the SIM slot. Honor has placed the USB Type-C port and the 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom, along with the loudspeaker and the primary microphone. At the top, there’s a secondary microphone and an IR emitter which lets you control household appliances.

Honor ships this phone with only an 18W charger and USB cable, but the party trick is that the box itself can be converted into a cardboard-style VR headset. You get all the required materials, including the lenses, in the box.

Honor 8 Pro Specifications

The Honor 8 Pro has some impressive specifications. To start with, the 5.7-inch display has a Quad HD resolution, which translates to a dense 515 pixels per inch. The front panel is made of Corning Gorilla Glass for protection, with 2.5D curved edges. The display has punchy contrast and is quite vivid. Some users might not like the aggressive colour reproduction, and sadly, there is no way to tone it down. You can only tweak the colour temperature to suit your liking. You also get a night mode that claims to reduce strain on the eyes in low light. We liked watching videos on this display. The single speaker was loud enough, but we did feel that front-firing stereo speakers would have done better justice.

Huawei has used its own Kirin 960 SoC to power the Honor 8 Pro. It is an octa-core processor with four Cortex A73 cores running at 2.3GHz plus four Cortex A53 cores clocked at 1.8GHz. This seems slightly dated when compared to the Snapdragon 835 which powers the OnePlus 5. The Honor 8 Pro gets 6GB of RAM along with 128GB of storage which is expandable using a microSD card in the hybrid SIM slot. We found that the firmware occupies close to 16GB of space on the phone, but we still had over 100GB free to use.

The phone also has Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi ac, and NFC. The Honor 8 Pro is a dual-SIM device with two Nano-SIM slots. There is support for 4G, VoLTE, and carrier aggregation.

Honor 8 Pro software and performance

Honor has the 8 Pro running on EMUI 5.1 which is a slightly newer version than what we saw on the Honor 8 Lite. The UI is based on Android 7.0 Nougat, and our unit also had the June security update installed. With 6GB of RAM at its disposal, the Honor 8 Pro had no issues when loading apps and games. Even when switching between apps, we found that the device would retain them in memory, reducing reload times. After a day of use, we had over 3.5GB of RAM free on average, which is great.

You also get a one-handed mode which makes it easier to use this big device. Fingerprint scanner gestures let you pull down the notifications shade and dismiss notifications as well.

The software has a few battery saving options baked in. There is Power Saving mode which limits background apps and disables auto-sync, as well as an Ultra Power Saving mode which switches everything off allowing connectivity only to apps you select.

There’s a voice control feature built in which response to the phrase ‘Dear Honor’. In case you can’t find your phone, you can loudly ask the device where it is and it will respond by playing a loud tone and triggering the flashlight.

Honor 8 Pro Camera

The highlight of the Honor 8 Pro is its dual 12-megapixel rear cameras. Unlike smartphones that have a telephoto lens on the second camera, these two are used as independent RGB and monochrome sensors. Honor claims that the monochrome sensor can absorb more light which results in better details. To leverage the hardware, Honor has built its own camera app that offers multiple modes to choose from.

While Auto mode is set by default, you can take control using the Pro mode for stills and video. You can also set it to the monochrome mode which uses only the monochrome sensor to deliver a black-and-white image.

The photos with this phone turned out really good, and details really were better than average. Colors were accurate and we did not find any chromatic aberration or purple fringing when shooting against the light. Macros were also impressive, and the phone managed a good amount of separation between subjects and backgrounds. In low light, we saw that the camera would sharpen images which improve visibility at the cost of noise and some loss of detail. Selfies were also good, and we noticed that the camera app smoothens them. By default, the camera app adds a watermark advertising the name of the phone. You can disable this, but the option is buried within the Settings menu. We hope this option isn’t turned out by default in the units that ship to the consumers.

The Honor 8 Pro can record video at 4K but the ability to continuous autofocus is lost at this resolution. You can switch to 1080p at 30 or 60fps to enable it.

Honor has built the Honor 8 Pro with the best technology it has to offer, which is at par with some of the best in the industry. The Kirin 960 processor is the most powerful silicon that Huawei currently makes, even though it falls behind the Snapdragon 835. The Honor 8 Pro also runs the latest version of EMUI. Compared to the OnePlus 5, you get twice the storage and a higher resolution screen at an even lower price.

Honor Band 3 With Heart Rate Sensor Launched in India

Honor Band 3 With Heart Rate Sensor Launched in India

Honor at an event in New Delhi on Wednesday launched the Honor 8 Pro in India at a price of Rs. 29,999. However, Honor took some time to announce another product – a new fitness band called the Honor Band 3. The Honor Band 3 is a water-resistant fitness wearable that comes with heart rate sensor with continuous monitoring.

It will be exclusively sold on Amazon India later this month in Dynamic Orange, Navy Blue, and Carbon Black colors. Its price has not been disclosed by the company yet. The Honor Band 3 sports a design very similar to most of the Fitbit bands.

Specifications:

It has a 0.9-inch (128×32 pixel) vertical POLED display that shows data related to heart rate monitoring, workout sessions, running, cycling activities, and smartphone notifications as well. It comes with a 16mm wide strap that’s made of thermoplastic polyurethane. As we mentioned, it comes with a heart rate sensor capable of measuring heart rate in real time. In addition, it packs in an infrared sensor, pedometer, and a 3-axis accelerometer to map real-time data of your sleep schedule patterns, walking steps, calories, distance, and running. All this data can also be accessed on the smartphone via Honor’s app.

The Honor Band 3 comes with Bluetooth v4.2 LE that will enable pairing with the smartphones running Android 4.4 or higher and iOS 8 or later. The fitness band is also water-resistant up to 50meterss and 5 atmospheric pressure under the water. This property enables a new feature called the swimming mode that will track swim time and calories burnt in the activity. It is powered by a 105mAh battery that is rated to last up to 30 days on a single charge, as claimed by the company.

Honor 6 Play Gets Certified By TENAA

Honor 6 Play Gets Certified By TENAA

Huawei’s Honor brand is best known for its high-end, sleek smartphones but the brand seems to have all categories covered presently. A new Honor smartphone with model number Honor MYA-AL10 has been certified by TENAA.

Specifications:

According to the TENAA listing, the Honor Play 6 will come with entry level specs line up which includes a 1.4GHz quad-core processor believed to be the Snapdragon 425 chip. The device features a 5.0-inch TFT display with a resolution of 1280 x 720pixels. The device has in its memory aspect, a 2GB RAM as well as 16GB storage which is expandable up to 128GB.

Keeping the lights on will be a modest 2920mAh battery. The device also comes with a host of network bands and connectivity options including 4G LTE.

On the camera end, the Honor 6 Play will sport an 8MP main camera at the rear while up on the front is a 5MP selfie camera. Providing the interface surprisingly is Android 6.0 Marshmallow instead of Google’s latest Android Nougat OS.

We expect it to have an affordable price tag ranging from 499 Yuan (~$74) to 699 Yuan (~$103).

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Honor 9 Design Details Glass Body And Specifications Leaked

Honor 9 Design Details Glass Body Specifications Leaked

Huawei recently Confirms Honor 9 Launches on June 12 at the Shanghai Oriental Sports centre. we have gotten a few details of the Honor 9 and yet more are coming out. Now, Weibo user has revealed that the Honor 9 would come with a glass body and a metal fuselage. The leaked details clearly show that the Honor model would be strikingly different from the Honor 8.

The Honor 9 is expected to have two different models, one packing a 4GB RAM and another with 6GB of RAM.

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The leaked details clearly show that the Honor model would be strikingly different from the Honor 8. The glass back is also expected to have some level of curvature.

Specifications:

The Honor 9 comes with a 5.15-inch display with a resolution of 1980 x 1080p. The device is powered by an Octa-core 2.4GHz processor which is believed to be a Kirin 960 chip. The device comes with 64GB storage on both the 4GB and 6GB RAM models as no 128GB storage version is listed.

The Honor 9 is expected to pack a dual camera setup which had been revealed to be a 12MP + 20MP camera setup.

READ MORE: Huawei Confirms The Honor 9 Launches on June 12

The Honor phone is expected in six different attractive colors namely Gray, Yellow, Black, Silver, Blue and Purple. There are rumors of more color options such as Gold, Green and Pink.