Information on Huawei’s Honor 8, has been seen on Chinese regulatory organization, TENAA. The Honor 8 is, of course, the successor to the smartphone manufacturer’s Honor 7 that received high praise and found huge success in the market. It is also styled closely to other phones — having a glass back — within its price range at $300 or just a smidge over Php 14,000 for its base variant.
According to our source, the Honor 8 will have a Full HD 5.2-inch screen, a Kirin 905 SoC, different RAM and storage configurations: 3GB or 4GB of RAM plus 32GB, 64GB, or 128GB Internal Storage, a dual camera setup in the rear at 12-Megapixels and an 8-Megapixel front camera. The Honor 8 will also support Dual-SIMs, have USB Type-C, a Fingerprint Scanner, NFC, and a 2900mAh battery; all of which runs on Android Marshmallow.
The Huawei Honor 8 may be released on July 5 after missing its initial target release date of June 25, and we’ll have to verify if or when the Honor 8 will hit the local market. Stay tuned till then.
Source: GSM Arena