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Huawei Honor 8 Lite – Review


Huawei Honor 8 Lite smartphone was launched in January 2017. The phone comes with a 5.20-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 1920 pixels. This smartphone is majorly prominent due to it’s unique blue color.

The Huawei Honor 8 Lite is powered by octa-core Kirin 655 processor and it comes with 3GB of RAM. The phone packs 16GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 128GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Huawei Honor 8 Lite packs a 12-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 8-megapixel front shooter for selfies.
The Huawei Honor 8 Lite runs Android 7.0 and is powered by a 3000mAh non removable battery. It measures 147.20 x 72.94 x 7.60 (height x width x thickness) and weigh 147.00 grams.

The Huawei Honor 8 Lite is a single SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Sensors on the phone include Proximity sensor, Accelerometer and Ambient light sensor.

According to team of Mega Electronics, it is recommended for the smartphone users of all the ages.
Key Features Of The Phone
  • Display. 5.20-inch.
  • Processor. octa-core.
  • Front Camera. 8-megapixel.
  • Resolution. 1080×1920 pixels.
  • RAM. 3GB.
  • OS. Android 7.0.
  • Storage. 16GB.
  • Rear Camera. 12-megapixel.

About Huawei

The Chinese telecommunications company has been manufacturing mobile phones since 1997. It is also the largest telecom infrastructure maker in the world. The company also makes Android smartphones and tablets. Recently it has stepped into the smartwatch market with an Android Wear based device. It is another one of the big smartphone manufacturers from China.

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge hands-on



We had the opportunity to spend the day with the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge and we set out on a photo tour of Barcelona, MWC’s home city in the last ten or so years.

Of course, we stopped at the Sagrada Familia. This remarkable building is rich in intricate detail and the Galaxy S7 edge did an awesome job of capturing it all.

We also tried a panorama, the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge stitched things perfectly and the resolution is impressive. It doesn’t look like Samsung has enabled HDR in panoramas, though.

The camera is quick to launch and shot to shot time is lightning fast. We noticed the Galaxy S7 edge comes with a few more pre-installed shooting modes than the S7 and both had fewer out of the box than the S6.

The interface favors one-handed use and even on the 5.5″ screen of the S7 edge, the home screen shows a 4×4 grid of huge icons. We flipped that to 5×5 and prefer it that way, but we can see where Samsung is coming from.


The Galaxy S7 edge feels really comfortable in the hand and we attribute that to the curved back. The smaller Galaxy S7 definitely feels thicker and heavier than its predecessor.

Despite their metal and glass build, we had a pretty firm grip on the two phones (all metal phones can be harder to hold). That said, they got smudged up with fingerprints really fast.


The Always On screen gets the job done and while it’s faint compared to the maximum brightness of the screen (for the sake of battery life), we could still see the clock even in direct sunlight.

The day may be over, but we’re not done yet with the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. The latter will take on the LG G5 in an epic head-to-head before we leave Barcelona.