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Honor 9 Lite officially unveiled


Honor has officially unveiled its latest smartphone, the Honor 9 Lite. Billed as a more affordable take on the superb Honor 9 and retailing for £199 SIM-free, it still manages to pack in a selection of top–end features, including a special quad camera system.

The rear dual lens camera setup, with 13-megapixel and 2-megapixel sensors, is mirrored on the front of the device, so you can take bokeh-style, depth-of-field shots with both cameras.

The front–facing camera also features a wide aperture so you can take group selfies and not leave any of your friends and family out of the picture.

Under the bonnet, the Honor 9 Lite crams in an octa–core processor, as well as the latest Android Oreo software, giving it the edge on bigger-name devices from the likes of Samsung and HTC, which are yet to be updated to Google’s newest operating system.

With a curved, 2.5D finish, the Honor 9 Lite’s 5.65–inch display features an 18:9 aspect ratio, perfect for watching movies via streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Storage–wise, there’s an ample 32GB built–in, with support for microSD up to 256GB. And those who don’t want to use a card to boost storage can instead use a second SIM card thanks to support for dual SIM tech.

The Honor 9 Lite is available in sapphire blue, midnight black and glacier grey, with price yet to be confirmed.

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