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I bought the honor 7 last year because I needed a dual simulation Android phone. It met my requirements, but was a little clunky to use. Over time, I quickly realised that having a dual aim phone (work/private) in the one device was the only way for me. Then came the honor 8.
Ive always said, I love apple hardware, but absolutely hate their software. This was the perfect choice. It's basically a 5.2" iPhone 6/7,with a glass back (super slippery!) and a dual camera that DOESN'T protrude.
Image quality is great, images are sharp, and the phone focuses quickly. Display quality is also good, it's a nice IPS display instead of an oversaturated OLED display. White balance / colour shift is also available, so you can suit your preferences perfectly.
The OS is OK. Very apple like. I always swap out the loader with another with every android I have, this phone is no exception.
The kirin processor is snappy but not too battery intensive. I found I was still getting stellar performance in normal mode (instead of performance mode). I didn't buy this phone for games, but from what I've seen, it doesn't seem to struggle.
The sound is average. But I really don't know of many people that require stellar sound from their phones. In saying that, I did own a few HTC one's...
One negative is I find the earpiece volume is sometimes lacking. Not a huge issue, and as I'm certainly not deaf, I could imagine some older / hard of hearing people having an issue sometimes.
PS: Fast charging is amazing.
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