The Honor 8S blue is a classic smartphone you can recognise from a mile away. This unassuming device allows you to browse the web, capture videos and photos. In light of its 5.71" display, it belongs among the averagely-sized smartphones. The key component of the smartphone is 4-core processor MediaTek MT6761 (Helio A22). The phone's RAM capacity is 2GB. Performance-wise, it is designed for casual users. Then there is its 32GB integrated storage for your music, apps, and other files, that should be optimal for most users and can hold dozens of apps. The Honor 8S blue smartphone is powered by a battery 3020mAh with a battery capacity. A crucial part of the entire device is connectivity, represented by Jack (3,5mm) and USB micro.
A pleasantly large 5,71" display with a ‘teardrop’ style notch HD resolution. You can look forward to seeing your content rendered down to the tiniest details. It's based on the popular IPS technology, notable for its high colour accuracy and good viewing angles. The Honor 8S blue smartphone has photography features represented by a rear camera with a resolution of 13Mpx. It can serve for capturing almost professional-quality shots that look like they came from a full-fledged digital camera. With its excellent f/ 1.8 aperture, this smartphone won't disappoint even the most demanding mobile photographers. Photography is made much easier, thanks to the precise and effective phase detection focus. A small but neat addition is a useful light emitting diode. For selfie enthusiasts, the phone features a front sensor with a 5Mpx resolution.
The phone enables you to use two SIM cards simultaneously. You can increase the phone's storage capacity by adding a microSD card. Practical facial recognition technology gives you an option to unlock your smartphone without having to enter a password or PIN. The specifications also note OTG, which indicates you can connect the phone with a flash drive or an external HDD. Fast and reliable internet connection is also included, together with sensors needed for proper app overrated.