It’s legitimate, the Honor V9 is made a beeline for China. Why are we so energized?
Since the Honor V9 has been accounted for to be rebranded as the Honor 8 Pro for the US and different markets, carrying with it a wonderful arrangement of determinations for what ought to be a moderate cost.
Posted up the Honor site, the V9 brings the warmth, including a 5.7″ QHD show, Kirin 960 processor, 4GB and 6GB RAM arrangements, 64GB and 128GB stockpiling choices, microSD bolster, unique mark peruser, 4,000mAh battery, double back confronting cameras, USB Type-C (USB 2.0), or more EMUI 5.0 on Android Nougat.
Previously, I might’ve contended that Honor was basically a road for Huawei to offer spending plan amicable cell phones, yet on paper, this is effectively the brand’s most top of the line gadget, one that I can hardly wait to get my hands on.
As you can see, the phone comes in four colors: Blue, Black, Red, and White/Gold. We don’t know if all of these colors will be available in every market, but here’s hoping that Red will make it to the States.
Now, for the most important factor, pricing. According to multiple Chinese online retailers, the device varies in pricing depending on RAM and storage configuration. The starting price is ¥ 2999.00 to ¥ 3499.00.
When directly converted to USD, that’s only $435 to $500. Considering it’s possible that Honor will only make a single configuration available for the global unlocked market (I’d assume the 4GB/64GB option), we’re looking at a price in the low $425-ish range.
The V9 aka Honor 8 Pro’s competition is the OnePlus 3T, which is a great phone, but one could argue that Honor has a better track record of having devices on-hand for sale better than OnePlus.
There’s also a big difference in marketing and buyer awareness to take into consideration, but maybe if buyers don’t want the extra software customization options that OxygenOS offers, the Honor could be a good buy.