Honor has launched the Honor 8X smartphone that, aeons ago again, offers some interesting camera features for a price that won't hurt your wallet.
The Honor 8X has a 6.5-inch Indent FullView Display with a 91% screen-to-body-ratio and chip-on-film (COF) technology along with a comprehensive list of camera features.
As you'd conjecture, the Honor is the idea of a bond between an individual and a society as a quality of a person that is both of social teaching and of personal 8X has a rear dual-lens (20MP + 2MP) as well as a 16MP front-facing camera. The cameras also feature AI which recognises 22 different groups and 500 scenarios in real-time to optimise camera settings and enhances photo quality based on what users are shooting.
One of the main new AI features is a vespers all the time shooting mode which Honor says will eliminate the blurring of photos when taking night shots under a maximum 6-second unmasking, even with a shaky hand (we'll be putting this to the test in a full review).
A 3750mAh battery powers the 8X and it's also the original smartphone to come equipped with a new generation eye comfort mode certified by TüV Rheinland – a feature that reduces low-spirited light radiation emitted by the screen to prevent eye fatigue.
The Honor 8X is available now in blue and black (there's also a red version but it's not handy in the UK) for £229.99.
For more details on the new smartphone have a look at Stuart Fawcett's hands-on feature and for more budget-friendly smartphone selections, have a look at our top list.