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The Honor 8 was released back in July 2016 and it was a surprisingly good handset at the time. An alternative to the Huawei P9, but slightly cheaper, it represents the pinnacle of the firm’s smartphone range. Both these phones share near-identical specifications.If you think Honor and Huawei are trying to sell you the same phone twice, though, you'd only be partially correct.

The Honor 8 has a design that really catches the eye. That's partly down to its rear glass panel, which is built from 15 different layers of materials, giving it what Honor calls a "3D grating effect". That doesn't sound very luxurious, but the way its 7.5mm-thin chassis catches the light is certainly very pleasing to the eye. The white and black versions don't do it justice, but this 3D grating effect really comes into its own on the sapphire blue version. Couple this with its smooth texture and lightly chamfered edges and, to me, it's one of the prettiest phones around.

Unfortunately, its glass back is prone to fingerprints and scratches, so if you do purchase the phone, I’d advise you purchase an £8 transparent phone cover to protect the device. As with all of Honor's flagship phones, you'll find a fingerprint sensor on the back that does double duties as a touch gesture control. Whereas previous Honor fingerprint readers have given you the option of answering calls and bringing down the notifications menu with a quick swipe of your finger, the Honor 8 adds the ability to swipe left and right through your photo gallery as well. The sensor is fully clickable, too, allowing you to assign different app shortcuts to single and double clicks as well as a long press.

The phone’s full HD (1,080 x 1,920) 5.2in display is as good to look at as phone itself. Colours pop and aren’t overly saturated, and viewing angles are impressive. Reproduction of the sRGB colour gamut is good to reaching 98.20% coverage – it’s clear this is one capable, well-tuned display.

The phone is capable of reproducing a wide array of colours. In fact, put in context it’s not far off the £550 Huawei P10, which covers 99.9% of the sRGB gamut. The 1,086.8:1 contrast ratio and 0.38cd/m2 black level are a little on the low side for a modern flagship, but nonetheless both figures are still acceptable.

Its biggest flaw is its readability under bright sunlight. At a tested 416 cd/m2 maximum brightness it lags behind most IPS-based screens; the Huawei P10 and P9 have brighter screens at 498cd/m2 and 489cd/m2 respectively.

Originally shipped with Android 6 Marshmallow and EMUI 4.1, the Honor 8 now runs on Android 7 Nougat with EMUI 5.0. The update is free to install and is carried out over the air.The look and feel of EMUI 5.0 won’t be for everyone, but I had no problem using it as the phone works seamlessly with Android 7 and the use of EMUI enables you to customise certain aspects of your phone, such as the button that doubles up as a fingerprint reader at the back of the phone. Inside, you'll find an octa-core 2.3GHz Kirin 950 chip and 4GB of RAM. This is a slightly different chip to the Huawei P9’s, which has a Kirin 955, but the Honor 8's Kirin chipset is also joined by an i5 co-processor, allowing the phone to boot up quicker and capture health data in the background. In terms of its benchmark performance, the Honor 8 is up there with the very best. With Geekbench 4 single-core score of 1,711 and a multi-core score of 5,449 it’s up there with the fastest phones on the market today.

It’s no slouch for gaming either, and with an onscreen GFXBench result of 20fps is another impressive result. Games feel fluid and no matter what I threw at the Honor 8, it was able to keep up.As for storage, the Honor 8 comes with 32GB as standard, and this can be expanded by up to 128GB via the phone’s microSD card slot. There’s also a 64GB variant of the phone, but supply is rather limited.

Battery life is the phone’s weakest point, however. Inside is a non-removable 3,000mAh battery, which should be good for a full day of use, but it lasted only 9hrs 13mins in our video playback test.In comparison, the Huawei P9 lasted 11hrs 24mins in the same test, and even the much cheaper Huawei P8 Lite 2017 lasted longer at 10h 24m. It’s not the best phone for playing Pokemon GO, that’s for sure, unless you equip yourself with a power bank.On the plus side, the Honor 8 does support fast-charging via its USB Type-C port. You’ll get around half charge in 30 minutes with a zero-to-hero charge time of around an hour. Honor includes a fast charger in the box.The Honor 8’s camera is the standout feature.

It has a dual-lens 12-megapixel f/2.2 camera with laser autofocus and dual-tone LED flash, while at the front is an 8-megapixel f/2.4 camera. Alongside the regular camera mode, you’ll find specialist modes such as Good food, Panorama, Night shot, Light painting, time-lapse and beauty. The most interesting of the bunch, though, is Pro photo, which will allow you to adjust the metering, ISO, shutter speed, EV, focus and white balance.

If you’re competent with pro-level photography, the Honor 8 will satisfy your geeky habits. The images it captures are simply stunning, although not quite as good, perhaps, as the more advanced Huawei P9 with its Leica-branded optics. A natural picture quality is achieved through Honor’s RGB and monochrome sensors, which combine to provide accurate colours and improve dynamic range.

In my tests shots I found details such as brickwork at distance clearly defined, with HDR mode adding that extra bit of detail and colour accuracy to my images. Low-light performance was spectacular. Our indoor studio still life was reproduced with little visible image noise and very impressive overall colour accuracy with no signs of over-saturation.

You can’t record video at 4k resolution with the Honor 8, which is a little disappointing, but the Honor 8 will let you capture in 1080p at 60fps or 30fps and in 720p at 120fps for slow-mo. It’s also good to see there’s a Pro video mode, which lets you manually adjust the metering mode, EV, AF and white balance. You can’t lock exposure in, though, which is mildly annoying.

The Honor 8 is a fantastic smartphone, especially at its lower £320 price tag. It has a fantastic camera, a beautiful and unique design, a fast processor resulting in a fluid Android 7 experience and its Full HD screen is excellent. It is only let down by its battery life.So should you buy one? It all really boils down to the price.

At the Amazon price of £370, the Honor 8 doesn’t provide a convincing argument over the £390 Huawei P9 or, in fact, the superlative OnePlus 3T, which is only £10 more at £400. However, if you’re happy purchasing from Honor direct, at £320 the Honor 8 makes a great purchase. Hardware Processor Octa-core (4x2.3 GHz Cortex-A72 4x1.8 GHz Cortex A53) RAM 4GB Screen size 2in Screen resolution 1080 x 1920 Screen type LTPS Front camera 8 megapixels Rear camera 12 megapixels Flash LED GPS Yes Compass Yes Storage 32GB Memory card slot (supplied) microSD (256GB) Wi-Fi 11 b/g/n/ac Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.2 NFC Yes Wireless data 3G, 4G Dimensions 5 x 71 x 7.5 mm Weight 153g Features Operating system Android 7.0 Battery size 3,000mAh

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PRODUCT INFORMATION Specifications Brand Huawei Operating System Type Android Battery type Lithium-polymer battery Resolution 1920*1080, 423 PPI Brand Huawei Operating System Type Android Battery type Lithium-polymer battery Resolution 1920*1080, 423 PPI Display Resolution Product weight Storage Capacity 32 GB Processor Type Wireless LAN SIM Size Nano Sim Number Of SIM Dual SIM RAM Memory 4 GB Above Touchscreen Multi Touch Display SIM Dual SIM Operating System Touch Panel Multiple-point touch-sensitive screen, auto rotation Product weight 153 g Mobile Phone Type Smartphone Networking type 4G LTE CPU Octa Core Model Number FRD-L19 Number of Cores 8 Processor Model Hisilicon Kirin 950 Multi SIM Card Battery Capacity in mAh 3000 mAH above EAN-13 6901443138159 Item EAN 2724336497997 Image quality Megapixel 12 MP Rear Camera Resolution Audio 5 mm Audio Jack Display Screen Size 1 - 5.5 Inch Connectivity Bluetooth version v4.2 Bluetooth NFC Camera Integrated Camera Front Camera 8 MP Front Flash Color Color Blue Power Management Fast Charge Technical Information Operating System Version Android 6.0 Read more Description If a functional smartphone that is also high on style is something that you desire, then the Huawei Honor 8 Dual SIM is the one for you. The advanced mobile’s cutting edge Hisilicon Kirin 950 chipset, which integrates an Octa Core CPU and an i5 co processor, powers all your If a functional smartphone that is also high on style is something that you desire, then the Huawei Honor 8 Dual SIM is the one for you. The advanced mobile’s cutting edge Hisilicon Kirin 950 chipset, which integrates an Octa Core CPU and an i5 co processor, powers all your applications without letting you experience any glitches. The device comes fitted with a slick 5.2inch LTPS touchscreen that displays content at an amazing resolution of up to 1920 x 1080 pixels. Set on the rear panel of the mobile is the ultra responsive 3D fingerprint scanner with smart key for unlocking this mobile and authorizing Android Pay transactions with the swipe of your finger. The device’s dual 12MP rear camera and the 8MP front facing snapper give you the power to capture lifelike images and videos that will please one and all. The device’s 802.11a/b/g/n/ac specification dual band WiFi and 4G LTE support enable you to access the Web from virtually any location.

A 32GB built in storage easily holds volumes of digital data. This advanced mobile’s sleek frame sports an elegant Sapphire Blue color. Physical Features Key Features Octa-core, Hisilicon Kirin 950 4GB RAM 32GB Main Camera Dual 12MP Front Camera 8MP 2 inch 3000 mAh 153 g Android v6.0 Marshmallow Defines your Style This 4G LTE smartphone perfectly combines high end craftsmanship and exclusive design. The slick, premium body of the Honor 8 features heavy 2.5D glass on the screen and the back, ultra narrow bezel design, and finished aluminum alloy for a strong body with a smooth, seamless feeling.

Powerful Cameras for Better Pictures The bionic 12MP dual lenses of this Huawei smartphone are unlike no other. One lens captures rich colors while the other is monochrome. Together, they help capture crisp, detailed photos that are exceptionally bright.

The hybrid autofocus of the rear camera enables precise depth focus for long range, laser focus for short range, and contrast focus. Each of these features works together to help you capture better pictures in any lighting conditions, be it day or night. The camera’s built in dual ISP enhances its focus, speed, and processing time when snapping up pictures.

Honor 8’s wide aperture mode can be used to blur backgrounds from F0.95 to F16. You can even redefine the focus after the photo has been captured, thus giving you added creative control over your photos. Look your best in selfies that are captured with the 8MP front camera and the “Perfect Selfie” mode. You can customize the front cam’s beauty settings, while also retaining your preferred look. The 8MP front camera also helps you click superior selfies, no matter the amount of surrounding light.

Unlocks in Less Than a Second Thanks to the cutting edge fingerprint sensor that is embedded in this Huawei Dual SIM smartphone, you can unlock the device in only 0.4 seconds. The sensor’s auto learning skills enhance your fingerprint recognition over time. More Power, Less Drain The Huawei Honor 8 Dual SIM Smartphone integrates the Kirin 950 SoC chipset, which features an Octa Core CPU based on 16nm architecture.

The chipset also incorporates an i5 co processor, which controls the mobile's sensors and several other functions. The i5 co processor works in conjunction with the Kirin 950 chipset to increase response time, processing speed, and battery life. Super Bright Display The 5.2inch FHD display of the Honor 8 empowers you with a 96 percent high color gamut, dynamic pixel level contrast adjustment, and color enhancement to provide you with a better viewer experience.

Switch on the Eye Care Mode to make looking at your phone more comfortable. In this mode, the screen filters blue light, thus reducing eye strain.

You’ve got the Power Now The 9V/2A fast charging technology of the Huawei Honor 8 Dual SIM Smartphone ensures the device powers to 47 percent from 0 in just 30 minutes. With just 10 minutes of charging, the phone gives you 6 hours of offline music listening or 2 hours of phone call time. On a single full charge, the Honor 8 delivers up to 10 hours of continuous video playback.

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Dettagli Huawei Honor 8 Dual 32GB Blue: è uno smartphone moderno ed elegante, composto da 15 strati di vetro lavorato che dona un effetto 3d e rifinito in lega di alluminio nei bordi per una presa liscia e ferma. Il fantastico display Full HD da 5.2 pollici riproduce un'elevatissima gamma di colori, per immagini strabilianti e dettagli unici. Presente anche un sistema speciale che filtra la luce, utile per ridurre la possibilità di danneggiamento della vista e per assicurare una confortevole visualizzazione dell'immagine. Dispone di lenti Dual Camera da 12MP per una qualità fotografica perfetta con dettagli precisi e colori mozzafiato.

La modalità professionale presenta numerose funzioni aggiuntive, riuscendo ad effettuare ottime foto anche in condizioni sfavorevoli. Inoltre, con la fotocamera frontale da 8MP sarà possibile scattare selfie magnifici, anche con poca luce. Il potentissimo processore Kirin 950 affiancato da 4 GB di ram, permette di avere prestazioni elevate in ogni occasione e fluidità ai massimi livelli anche con molte applicazioni aperte.

Honor 8, grazie alla tecnologia Fingerprint 3D del sensore di impronte digitali, garantisce una protezione totale e uno sblocco in meno di mezzo secondo. Come se non bastasse, la capiente batteria da 3000mAh assicura fino ad un giorno di autonomia con un utilizzo intensivo dello smartphone. Ulteriori Informazioni Modello Marca Huawei Anno di Rilascio 2016 Colore Blue Distribuzione Italia Informazioni telefono Vivavoce Sì Radio No Videochiamata Sì Vibrazione Sì Memo vocali Sì Giochi Sì Gps Sì Doppia sim Sì Colori Primari Blue Tipo Suoneria Suonerie Polifoniche Tipo di tastiera Virtuale Nfc Si Sim Nano-SIM Connettività Gprs Sì Edge Sì Umts Sì Hsdpa Si, 42.2 Mbps Hsupa Si, 5.76 Mbps LTE Si, Cat6, 300 Mbps DL, 50 Mbps UL Irda Sì Usb USB Type-C Bluetooth Si, v4.2 Wi-fi Sì Tipo wi-fi Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, hotspot Rete Gsm Si 2 G Sì 3 G Sì 4 G Sì Schermo Pollici 2 Tipo display IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen Numero Colori 16M Risoluzione Display 1080 x 1920 PPI 423 Secondo Display No Touchscreen Sì Sensori Bussola Si Prossimitá Si Accelerometro Si Giroscopio Si Luminositá Si Impronte Digitali Si Scanner dell'iride No Fotocamera e Videocamera Fotocamera Sì Fotocamera Secondaria Si, 8MP Risoluzione fotocamera (mpx) Dual 12 Zoom Digitale Sì Flash Dual-LED flash Videocamera Sì fps video max 60 Risoluzione Video (px) 1080p Sms/Mms T9 Sì Sms Sì Mms Sì Email Sì Instant messaging Sì Multimedia Aac Sì Mp3 Sì Wav Sì Wma Sì Midi Sì Wmv Sì Mp4 Sì Browser Html Sì Caratteristiche Modello Larghezza (mm) 71 Lunghezza (mm) 5 Spessore (mm) 45 Peso (gr) 153 Batteria Tipo Batteria Li-Po Mah 3000 Memoria Ram 4 GB Memoria interna 32 GB Memoria esterna espandibile Si, fino a 256GB Micro sd Sì Sistema Operativo Sistema Operativo Android Versione v6.0.1 (Marshmallow) Interfaccia Utente EMUI 4.1 Processore Chipset HiSilicon Kirin 950 Cpu Cortex-A72/Cortex A53 Numero Core CPU 8 Velocità di Clock CPU 3/1.8 GHz Gpu Mali-T880 MP4 Brand Box Originale Sim Free Sì Una garanzia per gli acquisti.

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Super acquisto Recensito da Ciro - 23/04/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Primo acquisto tempi di consegna circa 7 giorni considerando però che c'erano le feste di Pasqua quindi regolari tutto perfetto scatola sigillata e telefono super veloce design stupendo e soprattutto piacevole da usare sicuramente ricomprero' sito affidabile e prezzi competitivi Ottimo acquisto Recensito da STEFANO - 21/04/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Ottimo prodotto ad un ottimo prezzo ottimo smartphone Recensito da ENZO - 20/04/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo beh... ottimo dispositivo,quando l'ho tirato fuori dalla sua scatola altrettanto carina wow! smartphone (versione blu) che colpisce per la qualità dei materiali e non solo. spedizione un po lenta considerando le festività infatti è arrivato dopo 7 giorni ordinato 11/04/17 affidato a brt il 13.04.2017 consegnato il 18/04/17 pacco ben imballato,avrei preferito riceverlo per pasqua! è il mio primo acquisto su stokisti.

CONSIGLIATO....!!!! Fantastico!!!! Recensito da Ilaria - 13/04/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Ordinato venerdì 07/04 alle 19.00 arrivato mercoledì 12/04. Scatola integra..

Smartphone perfetto!!! Ottimo acquisto ad un prezzo buono.

Siete i numeri 1!!! molto soddisfatta Recensito da Filomena - 13/04/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo che dire , piu che veloci ordinato lunedi sera arrivato giovedi pomeriggio con un giorno di anticipo sulla consegna prevista. Consigliatissimi Molto soddisfatto Recensito da Vasyl - 12/04/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Molto soddisfatto.

Telefono eccezionale. Stockisti è un super venditore con super prezzi! Un best buy! Recensito da LUCA - 11/04/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Ottimo prodotto.

Ordinato mercoledì mattina arrivato lunedì mattina. Speravo venerdì. In ogni caso turro conforme.

Consigliato. Telefono eccezionale come da descrizione. Recensito da Angelo - 05/04/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Telefono eccezionale come da descrizione ben imballato, tempi rapidi di consegna.

Sito consigliato. Ottimo acquisto Recensito da Marco - 19/03/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Il telefono è bellissimo, velocissimo!!

contentissimo del mio acquisto!! stockisti sempre ottimo! ma devo dire che questa volta la spedizione è stata un po lenta.

Tutto perfetto Recensito da Alessio - 16/03/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Spedizione nei tempi previsti e il device è una bomba... Che dire ottimo acquisto Tutto perfetto Recensito da Stefano - 15/03/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Il prodotto è ottimo, potente e bello esteticamente. Prestazioni top, nulla da invidiare ai modelli più commerciali.

Rapporto qualità/prezzo imbattibile! Sicuramente tornerò ad acquistare da voi!!! Bello, compatto e veloce! Recensito da Vincenzo - 12/03/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Ottimo dispositivo, nella confezione c'era anche la custodia trasparente che aiuta il dispositivo un po' scivoloso ma non copre il bell'effetto della struttura.

Non ancora stressato per verificare il mantenimento della batteria. Consegna puntuale e con tempi giusti anche se con il bonifico c'è sempre un po' di attesa in più anche dopo l'accredito. Ottimo Recensito da Gianluca - 12/03/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Telefono impeccabile android 7 stockisti number one Ottimo Recensito da William58 - 07/03/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Bel cellulare, funziona benissimo, ho atteso un po per la disponibilità ma poi veloce spedizione Stockisti al top! Recensito da Francesco - 03/03/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Primo acquisto personale su gli Stockisti.

Ordine effettuato il 28/02, telefono arrivato il 02/03. Eccellente. Il prodotto è fantastico,finora non sono ancora riuscito a trovargli un difetto.

Soddisfattissimo. Favoloso!!! Recensito da Alessio - 19/01/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Qualità prezzo ottimi...

Smartphone eccezionale,e superiore al vecchio S5... Comprato il 21/12/2016 ed arrivato il 28/12/2016, calcolando le festività buoni i tempi di consegna... Stockisti fantastici...

Velocissimo Recensito da FRANCESCO - 17/01/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo È arrivato in tempi brevi considerando che ho pagato con bonifico. Il telefono è un fulmine.

Le pagine Internet vengono aperte velocemente ed è facile leggere gli articoli zoommando. Consiglio di comprare subito una custodia perché il telefono è molto scivoloso.

Per il momento sono soddisfatto. Ottimo prodotto! Recensito da Gabriele - 17/01/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Questo Honor 8 è veramente un ottimo prodotto, fluido e potente, oltre che esteticamente piacevole.

Consegna non rapidissima, ma considerando il periodo natalizio in cui ho effettuato l'ordine, è stata anche fin troppo veloce. Consiglio di dotarsi subito di cover e pellicola antiurto, sarebbe un peccato rovinare un piccolo capolavoro come questo telefono!

SUPERSODDISFATTO!!!! Recensito da Fabio - 06/01/2017 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Honor 8 davvero uno smartphone di ottima qualita' ....

e pensare che a dirlo e' un ex possessore di iphone 6 .E' veloce pratico ed esteticamente bellissimo ma per non rovinarlo consiglio di dotarsi subito di custodia o cover . Ordinato il 22-12 spedito il 23 e arrivato il 28 mattina malgrado le festivita' natalizie. Davvero complimenti a Stockisti.

Consigliato!! Honor 8 grande smartphone Recensito da diego - 28/12/2016 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Tempi di spedizione non velocissimi per gli standard vantati, sono passati 9 giorni dal momento in cui l'ho ordinato a quando l'ho ricevuto ma visto il periodo natalizio ci può stare. Il telefono è veramente molto ben fatto ed ha ottime prestazioni paragonandolo al mio vecchio samsung S5 che comunque non era male. Unica pecca ho avuta la sfortuna di ordinarlo il giorno prima che venisse messo in offerta e l'ho pagato 345 anzichè 329. Ciò nonostante in futurò sicuramente farò altri acquisti sul sito degli Stockisti.

Smartphone FANTASTICO. Recensito da Dario - 28/12/2016 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo smartphone bellissimo, con alte potenzialità,capacità di utilizzo e maneggevolezza di ottimi.

Ottimo smartphone Recensito da Cristiano - 27/12/2016 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Ottimo acquisto sotto tutti i punti di vista. smartphone fantastico Recensito da luca - 24/12/2016 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo bellissimo smartphone ordinato il 21/12/16 arrivato a casa il 23/12/16 tutto perfetto, imballaggio abbastanza buono, prezzo il piu conveniente in assoluto !! Gran bel prodotto!

Recensito da Manuel - 24/12/2016 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Articolo spedito 7 giorni dopo l'ordine e arrivato in 2 giorni, in perfette condizioni. GliStockisti mi hanno risposto a una email di assistenza e al numero verde, quindi sono soddisfatto del servizio.

Lo smartphone è davvero bello esteticamente (soprattutto nella variante blu) ed il software è molto fluido. Rapporto qualità/prezzo davvero elevato.

Honor 8 Perfetto!!! Recensito da angelo - 22/12/2016 Qualità Informazioni sul sito Prezzo Ho fatto il mio secondo acquisto sugli stockisti dopo avere presto un samsung s7 silver, sono rimasto ancora soddisfatto di questo Honor 8, anche se dopo 1 giorno il prezzo è sceso da 345 a 329, forse questa l'unica pecca, ma il resto nulla da dire, spedizione veloce e affidabile con BRT. Spero sempre in un prossimo acquisto.

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X J'accepte Afin de vous proposer des services et offres adaptés à vos centres d'intérêt, Darty utilise des cookies. En continuant de naviguer sur le site, vous déclarez accepter leur utilisation. En savoir plus. Les points forts : Mobile sous Android 6.0 - Marshmallow - 4G Écran tactile 13,2cm (5,2'') - Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels Processeur Octo-coeur 2,3GHz - 32Go de mémoire Appareil photo double objectif 12 mégapixels - Vidéo Full HD 1080p Notice du produit Description La rédaction a testé pour vous le smartphone Honor 8 Le Honor 8 va vous éblouir par son design sobre, sa finesse et ses toutes dernières fonctions !

Son processeur octo-core, ses 4 Go de RAM et sa compatibilité 4G vous apportent toute la fluidité et la rapidité dont vous avez besoin pour rester en contact avec toutes les personnes qui comptent pour vous. Visualisez tout votre contenu sur son écran 5,2" Full HD et conservez chaque instant avec l' appareil photo innovant double objectif 12 Mpixels. Il vous suit également au quotidien grâce à sa fonction double SIM qui vous permet d'utiliser simultanément deux forfaits. Une nouvelle vision : Le Honor 8 intègre un grand écran 5,2" (13.2) d'une résolution Full HD de 1920 x 1080 pixels avec technologie LTPS pour une résolution exceptionnelle qui va transformer la façon que vous aviez de profiter de votre contenu multimédia.

Le Honor 8 adapte luminosité et contraste pour afficher la meilleure qualité d’image et affiche des couleurs vives pour un confort de lecture idéal. Il est habillé de verre 2.5D (forme arrondie) à l'avant et à l'arrière pour une prise en main agréable et une esthétique de toute beauté.

Aucune limite : Son processeur Kirin 950 à huit cœurs cadencé à 2.3 GHz offre des performances inégalées, pour une consommation optimisée, qui, combinée à 4 Go de RAM, permet d'utiliser toutes les dernières applications, même les plus gourmandes. Plus rien ne vous arrête ! Surfez aussi à haute vitesse grâce à sa compatibilité sur les réseaux 4G haut débit (jusqu'à 450Mb/s) et partagez tout ce que vous souhaitez encore plus vite. Il fonctionne sous la dernière version du système d'exploitation de Google Android 6.0 Marshmallow qui va vous permettre de lancer toutes vos applications préférées en toute fluidité et de profiter d'une multitude d'applications disponibles sur Google Play.. Tout le potentiel des fonctions multitâches et multimédia s’offre ainsi à vous ! L' interface intuitive EMUI 4.1 vous permet d'accéder aux widgets embarqués tels que Twitter, Facebook, News, météo...

et même d'en télécharger sur Google Play ! Appréciez toutes les applications (Google, Gmail, Google Maps, You Tube, etc.) embarquées sur votre téléphone. Appareils photo innovants : L' appareil photo arrière du Honor 8 est composé de deux capteurs de 12 Mégapixels f/2.2 (un RVB et un Monochrome) couplé à l' autofocus laser : vous ne pourrez plus rater vos clichés !

Même dans des conditions de faible luminosité avec son Flash Led double, obtenez la qualité d'image d'un véritable appareil photo. Avec ses 8 Mégapixels, l'appareil photo frontal vous permet de réaliser des selfies toujours parfaits, même en basse luminosité. Vous pouvez également lire et enregistrer des vidéos en Full HD 1080p d'une fluidité parfaite allant jusqu’à 60 images par seconde.

Capteur d'empreintes digitales : Le Honor 8 est équipé d’un lecteur d’empreintes digitales ultra-rapide et intelligent qui déverrouillera le téléphone et les données utilisateurs associées à l’empreinte identifiée, d’un simple glissement du doigt. Double SIM : Si vous avez besoin d'un téléphone professionnel et d'un téléphone personnel, vous tirerez pleinement parti des avantages de la fonction double SIM du Honor 8. Nul besoin de transporter deux appareils : le Honor 8 vous permet de basculer entre les réseaux à tout moment. C'est l'outil idéal pour les personnes sans cesse en déplacements.

Connectivité : Technologie Wi-Fi pour vous connecter sans fil à Internet depuis votre installation domestique, à partir d'un HotSpot ou alors sur le réseau sans fil d'un ami. Compatible Bluetooth 4.1 pour utiliser un kit piéton sans fil, pour partager vos documents ou pour diffuser votre musique sans fil sur une enceinte Bluetooth. Antenne A-GPS intégrée avec géolocalisation, géotagging. Idéal pour les piétons comme pour les conducteurs !

Technologie NFC qui vous permet de connecter par simple contact votre smartphone aux appareils compatibles. Connectique USB C pour un débit de 450 Mbps en utilisant des appareils équipés de ports USB 3.0. Mémoire : Le Honor 8 possède une mémoire interne de 32 Go pour offrir un stockage important de données, extensible grâce au port micro SD dédié jusqu'à 128 Go (carte non fournie).

Caractéristiques Caractéristiques Le plus du produit Double SIM Système d'exploitation Android 6.0 Marshmallow Compatibilité opérateurs Tous opérateurs Réseau 4G Fréquence Quadri-bandes Ecran Tactile FULL HD de 5,2"1920x1080 pixels 16 millions de couleurs Messagerie SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email Fonction Bluetooth oui WiFi Oui Technologie NFC Oui Appareil photo Appareil photo double objectif 12 Mpixels, Flash LED Menu photo avancée Oui Formats image JPEG, BMP, GIF, PNG Vidéos Lecteur et enregistreur de vidéo Full HD 1080p Formats vidéo 3GP, MP4, WEBM, MKV Sortie TV Non Lecteur audio MP3, MID, AMR, 3GP, MP4, M4A, AAC, WAV, OGG, FLAC, MKV Prise Jack Oui, 3.5 mm Senior Non Appareil connecté Oui Jeux vidéos Oui Mémoire interne 32 Go de mémoire ROM et 4 Go de mémoire RAM Mémoire extensible via MicroSD Accès à internet OuiSous réserve de couverture, compatibilité et configuration opérateur Compatibilité TV OuiSous réserve de couverture, compatibilité et configuration opérateur Compatibilité GPS Oui, Support A-GPSSous réserve de couverture, compatibilité et configuration opérateur Compatibilité réseaux sociaux Oui, accès à Facebook, Messenger, YouTube... Sous réserve de couverture, compatibilité et configuration opérateur Type de batterie 3000 mAh Connexion USB USB Type C Accessoire(s) fourni(s) Chargeur secteur Fast Charge 2A, kit piéton Indice DAS 1,5 W/kg Type de carte SIM Nano SIM Double sim Oui Poids 153 g Dimensions 14,55 x 7,1 x 0,74 cm Mobile 4G Oui Mobile 4G+ Non Taille d'écran (pouces) 5,2 " Windows 8.1 compatible Windows 10 Non Disponibilité des pièces détachées Non communiquée Code 4255003 autonomie bonjour, je suis intéresser par le honor 8 mais le problème et que je vois sur des si qu'il a une super autonomie et d'autre non pouvez vous me conseiller s'il vous plait ? merci d'avance bonne journée/ soirée Par comb15221671, il y a 7 mois Dernière réponse Super téléphone franchement rien a dire .. resemble beaucoup a l iphone 6+ niveau prise en main direct.

Sincèrement top des tops pour ce prix Par SillieneL3104, il y a 7 mois PRISE EN MAIN HONOR 8 Bonjour Je ne suis pas très douée. Y a t-il une notice d'utilisation (en français) Merci Par AnnieB2108, il y a 6 mois Dernière réponse Oui tout est la Par SillieneL3104, il y a 6 mois Double SIM et SD card Bonjour, est il possible d'installer 2 cartes SIM et en même temps une carte SD ? Merci Par pike15931912, il y a 7 mois Meilleure réponse Bonjour, c est 2 sim ou 1 sim+ 1 carte sd. Par CaroleP7874, il y a 7 mois Port Infra rouge Bonjour, Est ce que le honor 8 possède un port infra rouge ?

Aucun site fr ne l'indique, alors que je vois beaucoup de "video" et certain site affirmer qu'il en possede un Merci Par weli15332638, il y a 1 mois Dernière réponse Oui,le Honor 8 possède l infrarouge Par bobmodu, il y a 0 mois Contenu de la boite Bonjour ! Est-ce que la boite contient des écouteurs ? une coque de protection?

Merci de votre retour Par doaa1512083, il y a 1 mois Dernière réponse Bonjour, elle contient des écouteurs mais pas de coque Par mous11515414, il y a 1 mois Honor, Huawei ou Samsung? Bonjour, ayant un samsung S4 depuis 2 ans, je souhaite le changer pour un autre smartphone plus puissant et moderne. J'hésite entre le Samsung A5 2017, Honor 8 et le Huawei P8 lite. N'ayant eu que la marque samsung, je me demande si les autres marques sont fiables.

Qu'en pensez-vous car j'aimerais un portable que je puisse garder plus de deux ans. Merci Par andr15170428, il y a 2 mois Meilleure réponse Personnellement j'ai un honor 8 depuis 3 mois et il est vraiment irréprochable il possède les performances d'un smartphone haut de gamme en étant à un prix raisonnable. J'en suis très content.

Je vous le recommande ! Par yoan62521215, il y a 2 mois Note moyenne 4,7 /5 106 au total Rapport qualité / prix (4,8/5) Qualité de réception (4,6/5) Qualité d’écoute (4,5/5) Facilité d’utilisation (4,6/5) Autonomie (4,4/5) Voir les 106 avis clients 106 internautes sur 106 (100 %) recommanderaient ce produit à un ami HONOR Avis soumis le 03/04/2017 grégory de 91130, un homme, 18-24 ans Niveau de maîtrise du produit : débutant TRES BON PRODUIT avec une bon rapport qualité prix Très bon produit Avis soumis le 17/03/2017 Barbara de 93330, une femme, 25-34 ans Niveau de maîtrise du produit : confirmé Très bon téléphone dans l'ensemble, bonne prise en main dès le départ. Appareil fluide, super design!

Pour ma je passais d'un samsung s3 mini à ce honor donc rien à voir évidemment, que du bonheur ! Très bon produit Avis soumis le 06/03/2017 Louis de 37420, un homme, 18-24 ans Niveau de maîtrise du produit : confirmé Super téléphone bon rapport qualité prix top très bien Avis soumis le 03/02/2017 brigitte de 29217, une femme, 35-49 ans Niveau de maîtrise du produit : confirmé Livraison rapide- J'ai pu bénéficier d'une promotion non négligeable.

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Close In Stock Update Location close Order in the next 0:00:00 to ship today X Place your order by 4pm and your order will ship the same day. For further details see delivery estimates in cart. International orders are processed the next shipping day. Calculate Shipping Product Highlights GSM / 4G LTE Capable North American Variant Dual f/2.2 12MP Rear Cameras f/2.4 8MP Front Camera with Flash Kirin 950 Octa-Core Chipset 32GB Storage Capacity and 4GB of RAM Fingerprint Reader 2" Super IPS LCD Display Full HD 1920 x 1080 Native Resolution Android Marshmallow 6.0 Show moreShow less Reviews 106 Q A This device is Carrier-unlocked and may be used with any GSM carrier that uses a frequency or band that this device supports. A SIM card and service plan must be purchased separately.

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Please check your local sales tax laws. You Pay: $399.99 Shop Used from $329.95 B H Announces Huawei Honor 8 Read More Stay connected on the go with the Huawei Honor 8 32GB Smartphone in Midnight Black. This 4G LTE smartphone is equipped with 4GB of RAM and an octa-core HiSilicon Kirin chipset that utilizes two quad-core processors, one running at 2.3 GHz and the other at 1.8 GHz, along with an always-on i5 co-processor.

It comes equipped with 32GB of storage, which can be extended by up to 128GB with a microSD card. A reversible USB Type-C connector can be used for high-speed data transfer and charging. The Honor 8 houses a 5.2" IPS LCD touchscreen with 1920 x 1080 resolution for full support of FHD content. A front-facing 8MP f/2.4 camera is equipped with flash for low-light self-portraits.

At the rear, a pair of 12MP f/2.2 cameras with dual-tone flash capture extra detail for your photos and videos and a fingerprint reader lets you unlock your device quickly and securely. The Honor 8 is also well-equipped for wireless communication thanks to Bluetooth 4.2 wireless connectivity, NFC, GPS, and 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi. The Honor 8's 3000mAh battery lasts approximately 1.75 days under normal usage and can reach 50% capacity from empty in about 30 minutes with select 2A chargers. Dual Cameras Rear Cameras The Honor 8 features two f/2.2 rear-facing cameras that work in tandem to improve your photos.

One records RGB color and the other works in monochrome, and both images are combined for a sharper, more detailed image. Dual LED flashes help to evenly illuminate your subject. Front Camera The f/2.4 wide-angle 8MP front-facing camera has a flash of its own and can record in HDR. Fingerprint Reader The 3D fingerprint reader located on the back of the device can unlock your phone in as little as 0.4 seconds, and can be customized to access compatible apps. GSM / 4G LTE Wireless Connectivity This phone is designed to work on select GSM networks and is 4G LTE capable.

LTE is an advanced cellular network data protocol capable of data speeds so fast that they compete with wired broadband Internet providers. With an LTE connection, this phone should have no problem streaming HD video, downloading apps, uploading photos, or anything else that requires a high-speed data connection.

The phone is also backwards compatible with 3G and 2G data for instances when you can't get LTE. In addition to cellular wireless, this phone also features Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. Note: Not compatible with all cellular networks. Please make sure your provider uses a frequency or band that this phone supports.

You can check which bands this phone works with in the specifications. North American Variant / US Compatible LTE This is a US variant of the Honor 8. Its LTE radio is tuned to frequencies that are most often used in the United States and North America.

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The full list of compatible carrier frequencies can be found here, the frequencies this phone supports can be found in the product specs. Android 6.0 Marshmallow The Android operating system integrates heavily with Google's services.

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Huawei’s budget sub-brand Honor is the subject of increasing chatter in phone geek circles of late. In January, the Honor 5X introduced the “company” (insofar as they operate as a separate business unit) to a Western audience with a very affordable, metal-bodied phone.The device, though, seemed to land on deaf ears, at least among enthusiasts. I can’t speak to how the Honor 5X did in US sales channels, but initial launch buzz quickly wore off once reviews went to press, and the phone itself really was pretty mediocre in retrospect.

Its dazzle, its allure really came from looking the part of a $300-400 phone while costing much less. Reality was more... realistic: the experience it delivered wasn’t outstanding, and as a result the phone ended up being more notable for the corners it cut rather than the value it delivered. With the Honor 8, already out in China for some time, the company is trying something new with its Western market experiment.

At $400 ($350 if signed up on Honor’s site by a certain date), this phone seeks to compete with the ZTE Axon 7, OnePlus 3, and the increasingly-discounted but also aging Nexus 6P. That last one is made by Huawei itself, which makes for interesting juxtaposition. The Honor 8 shares essentially nothing with the outgoing 5X, because it shares essentially everything with the Huawei P9. The Honor 8 is simply a rebodied P9 for most intents and purposes, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing - but it does mean we’ve already seen much of what this phone has to offer, albeit not officially here in the US.Do a blisteringly quick chipset and exceptional battery life outshine Huawei’s ghastly software and occasionally glitchy behavior?

I think the Honor 8’s appeal to you will depend greatly on your expectations - it’s a polarizing device. Here’s our review.

The Good Battery life "Epic" is how I would describe it, all things considered. The Honor 8 sips power and easily managed almost twice the battery life of Alcatel's similarly-priced Idol 4S during my testing.

Granted, both the Axon 7 and OnePlus 3 have also received high marks in this area. Speed The Honor 8's Kirin 950 chipset, coupled with a 1080p display, means you'll be pushing pixels along expeditiously. The Honor 8 feels snappy and responsive in all things, but still provides the aforementioned longevity.

Fingerprint scanner It's on the back and it's lightning-quick. It's also a button, if that's something you find you want to use (I did not find any such appeal here). Great value The Honor 8 delivers exceptional performance, a solid camera, modern design, and excellent battery life in a highly competitive price bracket. Camera While I sometimes found images a bit washed out, the Honor 8 focused quickly and was a reliable daily shooter.

Its low-light performance, I'd say, is probably class-leading. The Not So Good EMUI I know EMUI has its fans, but I cannot stand this interface. It is an affront to Android, both aesthetically and functionally.

Did you know every time you install a new app in EMUI, the system won't let it run when the display is off (i.e., sync in the background) unless you go into an obscure settings menu and allow it to? No? And neither will most people who buy this phone. Get lost with this nonsense, Huawei. Bugs I encountered some, and at least one that caused any video playback to just totally stop working until I rebooted the phone was what I'd call experience-breaking.

Not a good look. Network issues While the Honor 8 supports the necessary LTE bands for AT T here in the US, I found actual LTE performance and signal utterly subpar. Where my other phones would have LTE, the Honor 8 would sometimes have 3G or even EDGE. This isn't acceptable.

Slippery Because the Honor 8 lacks even a rear camera hump, it's just a big slippery glass brick. I cannot count how many times I almost dropped this phone. Get. A. Case. Proprietary fast charging The Honor 8 tops out at around 65% of Quick Charge 2.0 speeds on anything but the in-box charger (which allows full QC2.0 speeds).

This is obnoxious. All the inconvenience of OnePlus's Dash without the blistering speed.

The Honor 8 will immediately lose points with the anti-glass crowd for its rear panel, that’s a given. And it may too upset those who find its unused “chin” combined with software navigation keys to be an inefficient use of space. But in my opinion, the Honor 8 seems to be a very competently designed smartphone from a hardware perspective.

The very quick fingerprint scanner sits on the back for easy access, the power and volume keys have a nice, clicky action to them, and the phone lacks any kind of camera hump. Its design is far from what I’d call striking or memorable, but that also all but assures its inoffensiveness. The Honor 8 is a blank glass and metal canvas. In this dark blue tint, I find it walks the line between “Galaxy S7 retread” and “generic Chinese smartphone” well. It’s distinct enough to be identifiable, but there’s nothing about it that really stands out.With a 5.2” display, the Honor 8 is also easy to palm and quite usable in one hand. Some will inevitably find it too large, some too small, but if you’re shopping the $400 unlocked phone market, the Honor 8 is in an increasingly rare size class.

This alone could be a major draw to some.The headphone jack and a USB-C port, along with the single bottom-firing speaker, line the lower portion of the device frame. Up top, there’s an IR blaster, something we see less and less on smartphones of any price.

The Honor 8’s 1080p LCD display is fairly unremarkable. It doesn’t really get bright enough in the sun, viewing angles are very good if not outstanding, and colors are clearly oversaturated with no possibility to adjust the profile.

Blacks are predictably more like dark grays, though light bleed on the panel edges is impressively subdued.In short, the Honor 8’s screen gets the job done. It does seem quite power-efficient if the battery life of the phone is any indicator, so that’s welcome news. But compared to the increasingly-common AMOLED screens on phones in this price bracket, the Honor 8 will probably fall a bit short in most respects, though that’s not exactly a surprise.

It’s a good screen, and one that would have probably passed for great three years ago. Today, it’s adequate, and that’s just fine by me. Fewer pixels to push mean great battery life, too, and on a 5.2” display, 1080p is totally acceptable. I won’t leave you guessing: it’s great. Even with all power-saving features and app sleeping disabled, I easily get 4-5 hours of screen on time with the Honor 8. If you use those features (or more accurately, don’t turn them off), I think 6+ hours of screen time if you’re mostly on Wi-Fi is totally achievable out of the box.Huawei’s Kirin chipset is well-known for being a power-sipper, and between that, the display, the large (for the size) 3000mAh battery, and whatever Huawei’s done under the hood, I don’t think the Honor 8’s battery life can be rightly considered anything less than above average, if not excellent.

Charging, on the other hand, can feel a bit slow. While the included proprietary fast charger will pump up to 18W of juice into the phone, it only does this up to a certain point. Once the phone reaches around 85% charge on the brick, it takes a full hour to get that last 15%, and it can be a bit agonizing if you’re like me and want to see how long the phone goes on a full charge. But in reality, this doesn’t matter quite so much, and probably serves to preserve the battery’s cycle life.Perhaps more frustratingly, the Honor will pull down considerably less juice from a Quick Charge 2.0 or 3.0 brick.

As far as I can tell it's a maximum of around 65% of the full 15-18W these chargers are capable of. For full speed, you’ll need Huawei’s included quick charger. And because the maximum charge amperage is 2A, no, this phone will not charge at full speed on a Nexus 5X or 6P charger.

This seems like a misstep - Huawei already built a 3A/5V device with USB type C, why go back to an own-brand solution instead of at least using a common industry standard?I had no issue with audio output from the Honor 8’s headphone jack, though I will concede it seemed to require a bit more cranking of the volume level than I’d expect on some phones. As such, if you’re someone who regularly has issues with the volume output of smartphone headphone jacks, be forewarned that the Honor 8 is not exceptional in this regard.

On the subject of the one bottom-firing speaker, well, sorry: it sucks. It sounds muffled, it doesn’t get very loud, and while it doesn’t distort too much at the limit, it’s just not powerful enough.

Coupled with its sub-optimal positioning, I don’t really have anything nice to say about it.The Honor 8 comes with either 32 or 64GB of internal storage - we’re reviewing the 32GB version. Storage speeds seem typical for an eMMC 5.1 NAND chip, with performance in benchmarks around that of the HTC 10. For the money, that's definitely good. Available space out of the box on this 32GB variant is around 24GB before you update all the preinstalled apps. By the time I had loaded my typical setup, available space was around 16GB.Wireless performance is where things get iffy for me. Let’s start with mobile data: I’ve had repeat issues with the Honor 8 hanging onto an HSPA+ (3G) signal in areas that I knew to have strong LTE (4G) coverage.

In 2016, I just don’t expect this to happen. Often, even reboots wouldn’t fix this, but the phone eventually would switch over seemingly at random.

I’ve also had issues with Wi-Fi range on the Honor 8 - it kind of sucks. The phone regularly refuses to connect to my home Wi-Fi automatically because it finds the signal quality too poor, an issue the vast majority of devices I test do not have. Maybe some firmware updates can at least decrease the phone’s aggressive avoidance of poor Wi-Fi signal.

In an unfortunately similar respect, I often found mobile data signal in general was weak, and even going back to my nearly two-year-old Nexus 6 provided a far better mobile network experience. By contrast, call quality and general telephony functions have been excellent - I have no complaints here whatsoever. Granted, the Honor 8 doesn’t support VoLTE on AT T, so I can’t speak to that.The Honor 8 focuses quickly, and while colors can be washed out, low-light images are a cut above for a $400 smartphone.

Devices like the OnePlus 3 and ZTE Axon 7 have generally received middling reviews on imaging performance - good in strong light, weak in low, and sometimes wonky overall. While still not on the level of Samsung's Galaxy S7 or the results you can get from Google's HDR+ on Nexus devices, in dark environments the Honor 8 does a good job processing and cutting through noise without softening everything into a muddy blur.The camera app is fine - some have praised Huawei’s “pro” mode, and if that’s something you’re really interested in, it’s there. I wouldn’t call it more powerful than anything you can get on most phones out there, though, it really just has a flashier interface.

You get adjustments for ISO, exposure time, white balance, focus mode, and EV. It’s not as though there’s some special added functionality with the second sensor or anything, so I’m a bit puzzled to have seen this receive so much attention - it’s basically like what you get in any phone’s manual mode.And yes, as many have now pointed out: there’s no dedicated monochrome mode in the camera app, unlike the Huawei P9. This is almost certainly because Huawei wants to preserve this as a “Leica” experience, and the Honor 8 lacks that Leica branding, despite the cameras themselves presumably being identical. You can always monochrome your images after the fact, though (even if it’s not quite the same).So while I think the Honor 8's camera is good, it's certainly not amazing. I'm not really even sure what the point of the dual-camera setup is when the resultant images seem very average for a "budget flagship" device under most circumstances, even if the night performance may be a cut above the competition.

Phone sometimes latches onto a 3G connection and refuses to connect to LTE for no apparent reason, even though LTE coverage is available. Wi-Fi auto-connect sometimes doesn’t work, is very slow when it does (5-10 seconds after turning on toggle). NFC just turns itself off after every reboot, I have no idea if this is intentional.

Wi-Fi range is poor. The phone’s video/media server process just dies sometimes, meaning the Honor 8 will refuse to play any video at all in any app until restarted or, perhaps, hours later when the process decides to start working again. This one is truly aggravating. (Note: Huawei is aware and claims this will be fixed soon, but I cannot recommend the phone until this is addressed - it is experience-breaking.

) Some notifications get formatted improperly, like Google Maps navigation (everything looks squished). There’s no doubt that Huawei’s Kirin 950 chipset is quick. Benchmarks from the Huawei P9 (using the 955, which has a slightly higher clock speed) earlier this year shamed most competitors, and the Honor 8 is among the faster Android devices I’ve ever used, similar to the way I felt about the P9 when I used it. Motorola’s Moto Z is about the next quickest phone I can think of, and that device doesn’t get particularly good battery life.Apps load lightning-fast, the phone moves around the OS smoothly and speedily, and it rarely stutters.

Even the fingerprint scanner is shockingly quick. But that Kirin chipset does constitute something of a deal with the ROM-less devil: community support for custom software on the Honor 8 will probably be dismal.

Honor claims to have partnered with XDA to “support” the custom ROM community, but that still means people who build ROMs and hammer out the compatibility issues with Kirin have to actually buy the phone and want to modify it in the first place. So, the likelihood of flashing CyanogenMod to rid yourself of EMUI remains unclear at this point.I don’t like EMUI 4.1… at all. I realize the interface has its fans, and more power to you if you enjoy Huawei’s take on Android.

If you do, you’ll find basically what you’d see on any Huawei device released in the last year or so. The system finally no longer puts squircles behind your app icons by default, hallelujah, which at least makes my homescreen less of an eyesore when I slap on Google Now Launcher. Everything else is still basically as obnoxious as it has ever been. Huawei’s dual-pane notification shade makes for a great case study.

One pane for notifications, one for toggles - it is a usability dumpster fire leading to accidentally dismissed notifications constantly. Whoever designed this truly is just a masochist daft. The panes don’t even serve a purpose: you could easily fit collapsed quick settings in the area for the “Notifications” and “Shortcuts” tabs at the top with a second pull-down gesture to expand them, just like stock Android. But Huawei uses separate panes for no readily apparent reason.

It is things like that this that absolutely ruin this phone’s software for me. Choices made arbitrarily to differentiate the device that openly flout well-established Android UI trends. It’s like putting the ignition button for your car on top of the dashboard instead of the center console or steering column. People in China may expect or be accustomed to this layout, and good for them, but it is objectively more difficult to use and you are making it harder for customers not familiar with this layout to use your product.

It is dumb.This “our way or the highway” mentality extends to power management, too. By default, all newly-installed applications on the phone are not allowed to run when the screen is off. Every single time you install an app, you have to go into a special, buried menu in the settings to tell the phone it’s OK for that app to run in the background while the display isn’t on. This is insanity. Again: this may lead to a largely UX-positive outcome in malware and crapware-ridden China’s content wild west, but it makes no sense in the Western world. This behavior means that newly-installed apps generally won’t refresh at all when the screen is off, which is going to confuse and frustrate pretty much any person that it accustomed to, oh, I don’t know, normal push notification behavior.

I could go on - I really could. I still cannot fathom how anyone could possibly like EMUI unless they actively seek to load their phone with the useless junk and notification spam it is built around combating. It boggles my mind. But EMUI 4.1 is allegedly not long for this world.

EMUI 5 is coming with Android 7.0, and I have it on decent authority that the Honor 8 will be getting Nougat fairly quickly, at least as a beta. Now, do I know if EMUI 5 will solve all of my usability gripes about the skin? I have no idea. It may well be that everything will work exactly the same but look much better doing it. I don’t know.Apps aren't even allowed to place notifications on the lockscreen or over the UI on the status bar for "toast" pop-ups. You have to turn this on for every. single. app. you want to be able do these things.

But as is? The Honor 8’s software is simply unlovable. There’s no sugarcoating it. Does it make the phone itself terrible?

Of course not. I’ve been using the Honor 8 for over a week now and once I disabled all the battery-saving bullshit and added a custom launcher, at least some of my grievances were resolved. But the labyrinthine settings, terrible notification layout, draconian background app behavior restrictions, and bizarre alterations of typical Android functionality keep me well and truly turned off of this phone.

Still, if you’re not too concerned with learning a few new things and don’t mind much that this phone will never, ever feel as close to stock Android as even TouchWiz, EMUI may prove little more than an occasional annoyance that you learn to put up with.But if you’re like me and value an Android phone’s ability to respect Android, this is not the kind of phone for you. It’s Huawei’s world, Android’s just living in it. Hopefully EMUI 5 will see them finally wise up. Based on what I’ve heard, I’m remaining optimistic that we’ll finally get a skin that values the underlying operating system a little more.The Honor 8 is a contradiction. For the right person, this could be a great phone.

But for many, it will constitute a hardware:software trade-off that just isn’t all that appealing. Underneath the kludgy EMUI and annoyingly slippery glass exterior lie the building blocks of a very good smartphone.

If this phone ran stock Android - or at least stopped getting in Android’s way so much - I may very well have loved it.There’s a very good camera. Great battery life. Great performance.

And a great middle-of-the-road display size. But Huawei’s EMUI and a handful of annoying launch bugs make actually using the Honor 8 a constant battle for me. I encounter friction from the OS at every turn - something doesn’t work the way I expect it, and even once I become accustomed to it, find utterly annoying. An app wants permission to send a notification and I accidentally tap “deny” - now I have to go in and manually turn notifications for it back on. I’m not receiving notifications in a timely manner for a given app, only to realize I forgot to whitelist it to run in the background when I installed it. I can’t tell which app sent a notification in the bar, because EMUI doesn’t use app icons for notifications, but the second-level graphic you’d normally see after pulling down the tray (so for any chat app, the user’s avatar).

Oops, I accidentally dismissed a notification I didn’t even have a chance to read because I was trying to swipe over to the quick settings pane! Even after using numerous Huawei devices configured this way, I cannot adapt. EMUI is inherently just a bear to use if you spend most of your life with “normal” Android devices. If I had to live with it, I could probably get used to it. But I'm sure of this: I would never like it.But EMUI 5 is the big, mysterious turning point for Huawei’s software, supposedly.

And when the Honor 8 gets it (and Android 7.0), this phone absolutely deserves a revisit. So I’m going to do something unusual: the Honor 8 doesn’t get my recommendation, but that may well change once the software undergoes this supposed transformation. But right now, for all the Honor 8 does right, I just can’t tell you this is a safe buy unless you know you’re OK with Huawei’s software.

Two months from now could be a very different story, though. I agree. It makes me wonder if ANY phone is good enough for him. He knit-picks something that most wouldn't even care about.

He should just stay with the IPhones, and get a real job washing dishes. knizmi It's a review, you know. In a review the reviewer usually reviews the pros and the cons of the device that is being reviewed and that is exactly what David did. If you don't want to hear about the weaknesses, go read here - http://www.hihonor.

com/us/index. html PS: Did I mention that the article you are commenting is a review?

Rakesh Kamat His GS7 review is the same http://www.androidpolice. com/2016/03/17/galaxy-s7-and-s7-edge-review-an-iteration-but-one-samsung-can-be-proud-of/ It doesn't matter if its a 400$ or a 800$ phone, he will find some thing or the other to criticize it. On the other hand would rather read reviews from Rita or someone alike mark Unless it's an ipad air, we should all go and buy one of those devices.

(Though given their plummeting sales, not many people listened. ) N6Perfection ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ EMUI is inherently just a bear That's an understatement.

I had the Honor 5X for about 2 days before I became so frustrated with EMUI that I couldn't take it. The hardware was beautiful, though. Great review.

David Ruddock But you'll find people who totally love it. And hey, to each their own. I personally just find it gets in the way 100 times for every one time it occasionally does something useful based on how I use my smartphones. N6Perfection ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ I personally just find it gets in the way 100 times for every one time it occasionally does something useful You're right. There was at least one thing that I liked - the "vault" (or whatever it was called) feature that was very handy.

Keith Reeder " personally just find it gets in the way 100 times for every one time it occasionally does something useful" Yeah - that's just hyperbolic cobblers, isn't it? paxmos Huawei EMUI is what Android should be, the beauty, aesthetic of iOS and the functionalities of Android. It is a shame that you have to have the stock android to enjoy its smoothness (well, sorta).

Android has come a long way and so have the OEM UIs. Stop bad mouthing UIs that are really good and not boring like vanilla Android. LANCE this is true, my old Note 3 was lagging so i put CM 13 on it and it runs almost as fast and fluid as my nexus 6, samsung phones relieved of the bloat are awesome..... Nope.jpeg I wish I could do the same. Too bad the bootloader is locked down by AT T. LANCE mine is verizon variant, i use the exploit that was found earlier this year to by pass the bootloader on XDA Winston I really have no idea what you guys are all compalining about TouchWiz for. On KitKat, yes it was a mess. On Lollipop however a factory reset after installing makes it all very very smooth.

Amazingly so. Even though my GS4 is one of the early batches that Samsung admits has a faulty CCI. LANCE lollipop touchwiz is fine on clean install but after a month or so i started getting micro stutters and 3 months straight lag, my sisters Note 5 is butter though, touchwiz has come a long way Ygor Vaz Long live CM 13 on Note 3 P. Sherman My Note 3 ran MUCH BETTER and smooter than my mum's LG G4 and that was on 6.0! (We sold it before the 6.0.1 was installed on it.) And next to an Xperia Z2 on 6.0.1 it keeps up fairly well sometimes it launches stuff faster but other times the Note schools it. I Honestly don't see how folks can say Note 3 became a cripple on Lollipop because of Touchwiz, I really don't, or I have actual patience... Triciajsilvas4 Google is paying 97$ per hour! Work for few hours and have longer with friends family! !ie438t: On tuesday I got a great new Land Rover Range Rover from having earned $8752 this last four weeks..

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I don't get what is so different to have an app drawer and not having it, you've got to freaking find the app icon regardless of where it is. Huawei phones perform very well, I've used a Mate 7 for a year and use a Mate 8 frequently, don't see a big fuss about the EMUI. The interface is clean and fast. mjed mazga A year ago, I bought an Honor 5x for my mom and sister who badly needed upgrades and who constantly bugged me for assistance in "fixing" their phones - usually it involved telling them how to put the dialer icon back where it belonged, things like that. It was weekly requests at the minimum. The cheap price was just a stop-gap, I thought, until something better came along.

I rooted and configured everything, installed Nova custom launcher to get an app drawer back, and then locked everything down. Over a year later, and I've had exactly one phone call asking for help - it was because a phone had been dropped and the tempered glass was broken, not for any software issues. EMUI is definitely "different" and some of the features from Honor are new, but to call them hidden like this article does is a severe overstatement. Perhaps they are coming from iOS where you aren't supposed to be able to customize anything.

After 13 months of zero support calls, I will be upgrading their phones to Honor 6x or Honor 8 in the next few months, and likely picking up one myself. I've used Samsung phones for a while, almost exclusively with rooted and custom firmwares, but I was very happy with the design, feel, software layout, and features on the Honor phones, and I'm a pretty picky person.

mark Except iphone has the same limitation in that applications can't run in background! Except worse, as there's no option to allow them... I doubt us nexus fans would be happy with an android device skinned to be like ios! Just look at the uproar everytime that rumour appears about taking away our homescreen.

Rod iOS works really well, plus, it's always up-to-date. elchuby I think that statement is very inaccurate. There are plenty of manufacturers that use a near-stock software version of Android.

Sony, Motorola, BLU, OnePlus, etc. Their software is not shitty. Also TouchWiz and Sense are not bad at all. Rod TouchWiz is horrid.

Sense is acceptable. balcobomber25 MIUI is excellent and I would take it over Stock Android an day. OnePlus also has very good software that is near stock with some unique features.

Dave If Huawei/Honor went for a more stock like UI it would be very cool. I can't stand this UI either and the software in general is where these devices somewhat struggle. But as it looks like they missed an opportunity with EMUI 5 which seemingly goes further in favor of iOS. But maybe they'll work out their bugs at least.

BTW, what is the phone you consider 'the best' right now, David? David Ruddock For this price, released this year? I think the OP3 kind of dominates here. ZTE's skin turns me off big time, the Idol 4S just isn't great for the money, and the Honor 8's software is just tragic.

I'm all about software usability (which, IMO, Samsung took a step back on with Note7 and GraceUX), and the OP3 is probably the best on balance in this regard. But if you told me I could have an OP3 or a Nexus 6P until the Pixel XL came out, I'd take the 6P no questions asked.

Chuck Jones Yeah, another Oneplus fan-boy. You just can't admit that the OP3 is a crappy phone with very buggy software, can you. You drank the Koolaid. ZTE's skin is transparent, the few extra software apps can be disabled or uninstalled (why though makes absolutely no sense).

. You shouldn't be making any phone reviews with your insane ignorant views. P. Sherman Have you even used a ZTE phone? The software on It makes EMUI look elegant in comparison!!!

Also, EMUI at least is coherent in its problems and overall look, ZTE's,... Isn't. Dave Okay, so overall you still stay loyal to your beloved 6P :D Let's hope the Pixel XL can dethrone the 6P! salutcemoi EMUI is not that bad. It's even better for people who transition from iOS to Android with its familiar iosy look. If you want Stock Android go get a 6P. P. Sherman But that phone is straight up crap as a SMARTphone next to a Galaxy S7 or the Note Nuke. For one, the camera. And the limited software that Google had to steal from other OEM's ideas everyone cried as "Bloatware" to make the Nexus more palatable. And a CPU that likes to melt down after scrolling through PINTEREST, honestly the SD810 overheating is just embarassing!

mark Well I don't think he's saying it's necessarily the best - a great thing about android is the choice, and if you want a phone with the OEM ideas, things like the S7 are great. He was I think just saying that people who want stock android should get a nexus 6p rather then whining about every android device that isn't stock (and as nexus owner, I agree).

Snowsky419 What exactly is Huawei's naming scheme for its Honor devices? Why was the Honor 5X called the 5X and the Honor 8 called the Honor 8? matteventu "number" is just the high-end of the Honor series (Honor 6, 7 and now 8). The "X" is the low-cost phablet (Honor 4X, 5X) and "C" is just the low-cost smartphone, usually similar to the "X" but just smaller (Honor 3C, 4C, 5C). Snowsky419 Thank you! That really helps!

I had been wondering for a while how Huawei numbered its Huawei phones! :) matteventu That's for Honor.

For "own" Huawei phones, there's the high-end smartphone "P" (P6, P7, P8, P9), the high-end phablet "Mate" (Mate, Mate II, Mate "somethingelse", Mate 7, 8), the mid-low range smartphone "Px Lite" (P8 Lite, P9 Lite), the more "commercial phablet" or "bigger version of the high-end smartphone" (P8 Max, P9 Plus) and now the mid-low range phablet "G" (G6, G7, G8, G9, that sometimes or in some countries change a little in "GX" ie GX8). But this is just the beginning, there are plenty of other Huawei smartphones, the low cost series "Yx" or "Yxxx" (where "x" is a number) or "individual" phones (Mate S), and much much more. It's really a big mess lol KOLIO @ $400,the weirdness of EMUI could probably be smoothed over somewhat w/a 3rd party launcher. However,weak connectivity is no bargain at any price.

Aaron A shame launchers don't extend to the notification shade, quick toggles, and system settings. KOLIO Yeah, I found that out with OPPO devices on top of that, some settings actually became inaccessible.

Rand Phillips Hmmm... This review has some interesting disparities from my own experiences with this phone. I picked one up the other day at Best Buy, and haven't seen any of the weak connectivity issues with either WiFi or cellular data. Also, David states "and colors are clearly oversaturated with no possibility to adjust the profile" in the section about the display.

But when I look at my Honor 8 in: Settings, Display, there is a section for "Screen" settings with a "Color Temperature" option that lets you choose between "Default, Warm and Cold"... Strange. I wonder if David got a faulty unit, or something?

Chuck Jones He does that all the time, he's incapable of actually giving a fair review. If he dislikes it up front, he never puts any effort into diagnosing his so-called 'not-so-good' problems.

Makes me wonder why AP keeps him around, really. N6Perfection ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵀʳᵘᵐᵖ Makes me wonder why AP keeps him around, really.

WTF? AP should be like the other Android "blogs" and slobber all over everything they review for fear of losing advertisers? What's teh point of a "review" if you know that everything wil always be sunshine and lollipops?

Chuck Jones Oh, c'mon, did you actually read this article? Probably not from your post. Aaron Have you seen any signs of the video playback bug he spoke of? This and signal issues would definitely be the deal breakers for me, so I'm curious if his unit's faults extend to the GPU and might not be indicative of every Honor 8. Rand Phillips I have not, but I've only had the phone for 2 days now so that's really not enough time to see if the same issues will eventually crop up for me or not. David Ruddock Color temperature is primarily to adjust white balance.

It is not the same thing as a color profile. A color profile would account for saturation and other factors as well, much like Samsung's "basic" display mode or OnePlus's sRGB. Rand Phillips Ah, I see. Thank you for the update and clarification!

:) Jim Smith With the partnership with XDA don't be surprised if you see development that could help with many of the gripes. EarlyMon I'll be surprised. h.k well they do nothing else but advertise the s**t out of this device with articles on their site. They even have a video on youtube with some top xdas who all tell you how great of a device it is :D EarlyMon As a member of the team that brought you TWRP for the honor 5x and as the guy who brought you the no-swap mod for the same device, both available on XDA, I think I'm familiar with the claims here. BTW - which of those top XDA developers did anything for the 5x? h.k https://www.youtube.

com/watch? v=7X1cPbuAAII I find the "Thanks to Honor for sponsoring this video.

" in the description to be a little bit too small for an ad 7:22 long. Sorry i like the Honor Brand and XDA but this is pure ad and I dont know how to feel about it :( And as I stated I haven't read their review but I plan to (because it is supposed to be good). BTW: great fan of TWRP (had Honor 5X) :) EarlyMon A number of great devs pitched in on the h5x. I have two in the family running CM13 and no complaints. :) Marty Partnership with XDA? Huawei?

Jim Smith Honor and XDA Marty Heh...no wonder the software sucks. Jim Smith So you have the phone then...? I do. Slap nova launcher on it and it's not much of an issue.

Marty I think from what I read of the review, the software issues are a bit deeper than the launcher. Permissions for background processes is one of the issues. Buggies and craching are other issues.

MJ Well, that was a disappointing review for the phone but expected... I am just patiently waiting for the V20 and new Nexus/Pixel reviews.

Dick Dastardly✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵉᵛᶦˡ Yeah, especially since this phone was made by the uhh..Chinese.. ugh 😣 /s Not for you "this phone will never, ever feel as close to stock Android as even TouchWiz" Heh - remember the days when TouchJizz was regarded as the worst of the OEM skins? Marty It still is Đức Thành I was also once young and innocent and blissfully unaware...

Oh how I missed those days. lomsha Still is EarlyMon "Whoever designed this truly is just a masochist. " Perhaps the word you were looking for was sadist.

Or perhaps sadomasochist. David Ruddock As in one who takes enjoyment in experiencing pain. Ie their own phone software causes them pain. Sadistic would, to me, imply the software team knew what they were doing was bad for users. I think they just believe their convoluted and cluttered approach is actually enjoyable to use. Chuck Jones "le" What the hell is that word? (i.e.) Chuck Jones You even said "whoever designed this" Doesn't that mean by the sadistically designed?

You really have no idea, and just make up shit all the time, wow. Good definition for you 'daft'. EarlyMon Having spoken with R D at length about some of the shit, I'm going to stick with sadistic and accept daft as well. :D Dick Dastardly✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵉᵛᶦˡ Okay, this is for your own good but.. STOP READING THOSE GODDAMN 50 SHADES NONSENSE ALREADY!!!!! 😠 Ahhh..that felt good. 😊 EarlyMon Lmao - to my credit, I had to Google that lol. Marty Ahh...I'm just gonna stick with big name brands... like Google, Apple, LG, Motorola, Sony, Samsung, Nokia etc. Software is more refined.

Zsolt V Do you still fly Eastern Airlines? Marty "Fly"? What's that? :P tekdemon Huawei is a much bigger smartphone player than LG or Sony or even Motorola (which is just a brand of Lenovo's now anyways).

And on top of that they manufacture telecom equipment for the cell towers and routers which is why it's really strange that this review had so many issues with reception and wifi. There's other reviews that seem to show it actually pulling in much better signal levels than the Axon 7 or OP3 so I wonder if there's a software glitch on the review phone or if there's an overall software issue going on. Marty But their software sucks. I've had Chinese-specific devices before and the software always sucks.

The review at AP confirms that to me. If Huawei wants to be a big time player in the industry, they had better put intense and extreme effort into understanding "good" software and creating it. If that takes hiring Google, Apple or Microsoft people, let them do it. Otherwise they'll continue to be a fringe brand outside of China. Sashank Narayan Preventing apps from running in the background messes with Android's Doze mode, no? How did this device even pass Google's CTS? IIRC, Sony reworked their Stamina mode so that it doesn't conflict with Doze by duplicating/breaking some of its functionality. David Ruddock I'm not sure how they get around this, exactly.

It probably doesn't technically interfere with Doze, just essentially makes much of what it does redundant unless you add all your apps to the whitelist. VAVAMk_2 So if possible, buy and flash AOSP-based ROM? Is there decent software development for Kirin processors?

PerhapsNever I did a quick check on XDA and there are a total of 2 ROMs available. One AOSP based and one EMUI based. So, I'm guessing there isn't a lot of development effort going on (at least on XDA). ishmane4 Kernal isn't released yet, it should be coming in the next week or 2. Also EMUI 5.0 is set to drop in Quarter 3 sometime.

Luke Richardson As a Xiaomi fan, I've used MIUI for a long time, and MIUI 6 and 7 had the same two-pane navigation/quick settings menu. Even so, I never once encountered the issue with accidental dismissal of notifications that the author describes, so maybe MIUI handled the two pane navigation better than Huawei does. I do agree with the author though, in that I never really did like this layout very much, which is why I'm happy that MIUI 8 allows the option of a single combined quick settings / notification panel again. Dick Dastardly✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵉᵛᶦˡ You a Xiaomi fan? Fancy meeting you here. Been planning to get one of you for a long time. Xiaomi must be one helluva company to make fans with such intuitive AI that they actually visit Disqus boards and engage in such eloquent self-promotion.

http://76.my/Malaysia/original-xiaomi-portable-usb-mini-fan-mi-fan-miworld1-1602-15-F65207_1.jpg Anon it's not direct from xiaomi.

it's those fucking resellers. Dick Dastardly✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵉᵛᶦˡ Oh really? http://global.

mi.com/en/item/3152800001 Anon what? maybe i misunderstood. i was under the impression that you said xiaomi directly visits disqus boards to self promote. i know they make those fans. it's pretty popular in asia especially hot and humid countries like singapore.

EDIT: just realized it was a wordplay on "fan". wtf. totally went over my head. Dick Dastardly✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵉᵛᶦˡ That's alright. Happens to the best of us. :) Karly Johnston Is 4hrs good? I consider that bad. PerhapsNever 4-6 hours of SoT is bad? Considering most flagship devices usually struggle to produce that, I don't think it's very bad at all. Plus, I think you are looking at overall battery time and not screen on time. The two are very different.

Karly Johnston 5hrs is average, 6hrs is good, 7 is great, 8 is excellent. I get 7-8hrs SoT on my Z2 Pro every cycle.

Alekh Khanna Considering they recently launched Honor P9 for the equivalent for ~ 600 USD in India, I think Honor 8 is DoA if they mark up the pricing from ~350-400 USD for Indian consumers. Bob R So fucking rude. The asus phones works pretty much the same and i don't remember such an unprofessional expletive laden review.

And did you really just call people in china dumb for expecting different things. Honestly greenify existed in the west first you know. Ughhh android police. Shameful!

Biggles I see expletives in your comment, but none in the review. And no, David Ruddock didn't call people in China dumb. He called the decision by the manufacturer to flout established Android UI trends to differentiate for the sake of it "dumb". It might be jsut me, but all the software flaws described are things that were, erm, borrowed, from iOS, but sometimes in a botched way (while iOS asks for permissions on app launch, EMUI does not). Flint_PS I know Android does. EMUI, apparently, does not. Catalin Traian Petrescu I have EMUI 4.0 and marshmallow and it asks me to allow various permissions whenever I open a new app. Maybe it's made different to you Flint_PS I'm not using it. I have read this review and the author mentions he has to specifically go to settings and enable notifications and running in the background for each app separately.

Catalin Traian Petrescu Well, I just downloaded an app for test and it DID run in the background by default. You can disable running in the background for specific apps if you don't want to to save battery (*cough* facecrap *cough*).

All notifications appear on top by default and you have the option to either allow notifications or not to that app. And that doesn't mean that an app doesn't ask you for permissions. This is built-in android and the skinning in it would be too high. Otherwise EMUI just runs smoothly and you can easily install a custom launcher to get a more stockish feel (there is a "stockify" theme in the play store for instance but you can look for others as well). P.S.: I am using EMUI on p8 lite and NOT on a Honor phone. It might be different, I simply don't know. But I don't think it's that bad (although I wanted a more stock android experience either) Flint_PS I see. Well, I don't think the author lies in the review.

Maybe Huawei changed stuff in 4.1? Dunno. Catalin Traian Petrescu I think the same. In 3.1 the navbar was much bigger, quite decent. Plus it had a feature that was "pre-borrowed" from Nougat: pressing and holding recent apps would bring you to the last used app. Too bad they ditched this functionality on Android Marshmallow EMUI 4.0. They tried to add some stock features but they messed it a lot. Keith Reeder Well, he's wrong.

mark At least you can enable running in background, I don't believe ios offers that option, it behaves like other feature phone OSs. Rod iOS allows background tasks up to 10 minutes. krazyfrog Huawei's EMUI needs to be called out at every opportunity. Absolutely fuckall piece of shit. People in China might be fine with that shitshow but no one else should have to suffer.

Benjamin Lehto An off topic question here, but are there any phones like the 1+3 or Axon 7 that are also waterproof and still in the $4-500 range? Does waterproofing add too much cost? Wolf0491 Been waiting on that for years myself mate. Personally still using my Z3 hoping something comes out that isn't $700 but only Samsung and Sony seem interested in this feature so no luck there haha Roberto Virga While OnePlus is merging Oxygen OS and Hydrogen OS, Huawei should do the exact opposite: release this phone with EMUI in China, and with stock android in Europe and North America. Why not? Unlike OnePlus, Huawei has the money to support parallel development of two OSes. Frank In January, the Honor 5X introduced the “company” (insofar as they operate as a separate business unit) to a western audience with a very affordable, metal-bodied phone.

The first Honor phone in Europe was the Honor 6 from 2014. Don't you count us Europeans as western? :,( marrecar Read the Good and the Bad list, and... You really need to be less subjective.

I'm talking about not liking EMUI. It's a subjective thing, like you said, some people like it, some don't. Whichever your side is, it's a subjective matter, aside from the functionality, bugs and features, you needn't talk about it as if it's a bad thing nor if it's a good thing. If you can't stand it, that's fine, but other people can. P.S. I don't own a Huawei device so I'm not the one to judge whether EMUI is good or not, but many people don't have a problem with it, so I guess it should be left out from the Bad list. Mark C. Maybe it's because I'm coming from LG, then Motorola, but I don't find EMUI to be that bad at all. In fact, the savings on battery and having this amazing processor have sold me completely.

The Honor 8 is awesome. EMUI update would be great, or an unlocked bootloader and CM, but the performance of this phone is head and shoulders above any phone anywhere close to it's price point.

Anyone who uses overlays is no stranger to the weirdness. Throwing Now launcher helped shoulder that a lot. I'm loving this phone though, and this is coming from a V10 user. awg wow, i read a lot of critics on emui for honor 8, but this is by far the most harsh critics.. hahaha i'm among the owner of honor 8..yes, emui kinda suck..but i learn to use it Jo Tjena Every time i connect my headphones it starts the google app, voice thingy, and starts all kinds of programs and stuff, automaticly changes the volume and so on. Anyone know what the problem is? Nevondrax I actually really grown to like EMUI, at first i didn't and used Nova launcher, but after half a year of having my Honor 7 (Same SW as H8) on EMUI 4.1 i really grown to it. Also i really like the tabbed design of the Status bar more than MM's pull down design.

But eh, thats just my 2 cents. ZG The nougat update adds the app drawer back which was my biggest drawback with EMUI initially.

I use NOVA launcher anyway anytime I get a new phone and this one wasn't an exception. I've only had it for about 3 weeks, but have been pleasantly surprised with it. It feels quality made and great in hand, fragile but great. The one annoying thing I can't seem to figure out how to disable is everytime I disconnect power or try to use the microphone in anothe app like Soundhound or Google Music Search, it gives me a pop up dialog informing me of what is happening.

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