The Honor 8 is the latest addition to the line of midrange smartphones. One of the primary points of consideration for the midrange smartphones is the features that they give in a small price tag. Looks like, Honor 8 has taken the game to the next level altogether. With the prices starting from £370, it looks like Huawei is making a move against the top players in the market with its Honor 8.Honor 8 Review: A middle range smartphone too good

Honor 8 comes with a 5.2 inch display size and is powered by a HiSilicon Kirin 950 4x Cortex A72 2.3GHz and 4x Cortex A53 1.8GHz processors. The device is available with two memory versions of 32 GB and 64 GB along with an expandable memory of 128 GB. Well, that is a lot of space for any smartphone. Honor 8 also comes with a 4 GB RAM, making the applications function smoothly like never before.

Talking about the display, the 5.2 inch screen is a Full HD panel. The screen has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels with 423 ppi. The device is certainly expected to provide a world class video watching experience.

The Honor 8 comes with dual cameras which were initially a part of Huawei P9. The deal 12 megapixel camera will allow you to take the best selfies as well as broad shots. There are quite a few sensors and filters given to the camera so as to allow the user to get the best shot.

Honor 8 comes with a 3000 mAh battery to power all its needs. As it seems, with average usage, the device can easily run for 15 to 16 hours with one full change. The device also has a Type C charging point for fast and efficient charge.

Considering the fact that middle range phones have low price by high specs, Honor 8 is slightly above it. With the price tag of £370, this is as good as it can get.