With dual cameras, dual Sim, microSD card slot, premium build and two-day battery life, the only thing holding back the Honor 8 is Huawei’s software
The Honor 8 is the latest smartphone from Huawei’s cheaper sub-brand. It’s no longer as cut price as the range used to be, but Huawei has squeezed most of what was good about its flagship P9 smartphone into something that costs almost 20% less. So do you really need to spend more than £400 for a great phone any more?
Pros: good battery life, snappy, feels and looks nice, excellent fingerprint scanner, good camera, dual sim, headphone jack, microSD card slot
Cons: back is very slippery, software isn’t as good as the hardware