Honor Holly Review
Honor Holly Launch
The new 5.5-inch phone from Chinese smartphone maker Huawei packs an octa-core processor, a full-HD display and two 8-megapixel rear cameras.
The Honor Holly is the latest smartphone to come out of the Chinese startup and it follows in the footsteps of the Honor 6, offering better-than-expected specs for the price tag.
While the Honor 6 is the flagship device, the Holly falls at the opposite end of the spectrum with a price tag of sub-£100.
Honor hasn’t revealed its final price, and for a short time you’ll be able to get the Holly at a reduced rate as part of the firm’s price hack promotion, and it goes on sale on February 23.
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So what do you get for the reasonable price tag? Inside there’s a 1.3GHz quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM in charge of running Android 4.4.2 KitKat.
On the rear you’ll find an 8MP camera while on the front a 2MP snapper sits above a 5-inch, 720p display.
That’s not a bad line up for a budget device, and when you factor in the inclusion of a microSD slot on top of the 16GB of internal storage the Honor Holly is on paper at least, a strong offering.
The build is quite clearly plastic, but that’s hardly surprising considering the price point, and the Holly does at least feel solid and well built.
Source: John McCann
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