Android is a mobile operating system widely used on mobile phones and tablets. As a leading smartphone brand, HONOR has won lots of reputations in the mobile phone market with its diverse range of Android phones. When you shop around HONOR Android phones, do you know which one is best with relatively lower price? Indeed, the latest flagship phones from HONOR are always equipped with the new technologies and best performance. However, there are also some budget phone models which can meet your daily use requirement.
In today’s article we will list some of HONOR’s best budget Android phones for you to choose from. See price details below:
|Product||Price (in GBP)|
|HONOR 7X (HONOR 7X 64G)||£229.99|
|HONOR 9 Lite (HONOR 9 Lite 32G)||£179.99|
|HONOR 7C (HONOR 7C 32G)||£159.99|
|HONOR 7A (HONOR 7A 2G+16G)||£129.99|
|HONOR 7S (HONOR 7S 16G)||£99.99|
From the above price specification, among the above 5 budget phones, we can easily see that HONOR 7S is with the lowest price while HONOR 7X is relatively higher. Between HONOR 7S and HONOR 7X, what are the differences in their performance?
HONOR 7S is really a budget Android phone. You just need to pay £99.99 to buy a phone with large screen. Its 18:9 aspect ratio is much wider than 16:9 screen, and with a 1440x720 resolution, HONOR 7S provides a theatre like experience on the large screen. The 13MP rear camera with PDAF tech helps you capture sharp and crisp photos in a single slot.
The front 5MP camera with a smart LED selfie-light which intelligently adjusts to different light conditions, resulting in glorious selfies. There's also Smart Battery Management 6.0 which optimizes the app performance and reduces power consumption with its 3020mAh large battery, which allows you to normally use your phone a full day without worries. That’s to say, if you’re not going to play games frequently, HONOR 7S will be a good choice.
Priced at £229.99, HONOR 7X is definitely worth purchasing considering its advanced features. Different from HONOR 7S, it has larger RAM (up to 4 GB), and is equipped with HiSilicon Kirin 659, which will help your phone run faster than HONOR 7S which is using Mediatek MT6739 chipset. HONOR 7X’s 18:9 screen provides more details than a traditional 16:9 screen, giving you a wider view so you can easily take the lead when you play mobile games.
HONOR 7X has dual-lens 16MP + 2MP rear camera which brings smartphone photography to the next level. It allows you to capture life’s magical moments in the highest definition in a single click. What’s more, the typical 3340mAh battery can also fully satisfy your whole day’s usage.
In conclusion, HONOR 7S and HONOR 7X are both good budget Android phones. Compared with HONOR 7S, HONOR 7X has much better performance since it owns better chipset, and larger storage.