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Huawei Honor 9n review
For a while now, Xiaomi Honor 9n display has set the benchmark for other smartphone brands. Xiaomi posed questions to other brands by offering phones that had good specs at retailed them at ultra competitive prices. But so far, not many have been able to crack the Xiaomi model. Perhaps Honor has finally done it.
Huawei’s sub-brand Honor has been there in the Indian smartphone market for quite some time and the company is trying really hard to capture a good market share. Honor has always designed some really good looking and powerful smartphones but the absurd pricing of them didn’t worked in company’s favour.
However, learning from the past mistakes the company has now geared up to launch phones with high-end specs and that too with a competitive price tag. The recently-launched Honor 9N is the result of this. The smartphone offers quite good specs like a dual camera, a powerful processor, latest operating system and top it all a really good design with a bezel-less display.
In order to make the deal further enticing the smartphone has a starting price tag of Rs 11,999. At this price point no other company in the Indian market is offering this package. But is package turnout to be a game changer for the company? We tried to find out by using the Honor 9N.
Honor 9n display new is known for designing some really good looking smartphones and Honor 9N is no different. The smartphone comes with a good looking design made using glass and metal. The rear of the device is coated with 2.5D curved glass the round edges offers a comfortable grip to the user. The FHD+ display comes with extremely thin bezels on the side and a notch just like the iPhone X.
The notch consists of the speaker grille and the selfie camera. The rear of the device is home to the horizontally placed dual rear camera with the LED flash, circular fingerprint sensor and the Honor branding. The right side consists of the power button and the volume rocker keys. While the left just has the SIM card tray.
The chin of the handset has a 3.5mm audio jack, micro USB charging port and a mono speaker. We found the design of Honor 9N very attractive and well build for this price segment. To conclude design is an area where the brand has consistently improved and Honor 9N is a testament of the same.
The most striking aspect of the Honor 9N is its design. The back panel is made of glass and has a glossy finish that looks striking. The horizontal dual camera setup barely protrudes from the chassis and the back panel looks very clean thanks to the lack of antenna lines and regulatory information.
The 5.84-inch display has a notch at the top, which is quite small. The notch is undoubtedly a polarising design element, and Honor has added an option in the settings menu to mask the same. This basically darkens the screen area on either side of the notch.
The Honor 9N will be available in four colour variants – Lavender Purple; Black; Robin Egg Blue, which is a greenish-blue shade that looks fantastic; and the one our review unit came in, Sapphire Blue. Only the Blue and Black versions will be available initially, with the other two coming at a later date.
The smartphone is compact and petite and very easy to use with one hand. The rounded corners and curved sides also enhance in-hand feel. That said, it is incredibly slippery and the glossy glass back is a fingerprint magnet. Build quality though is top-notch. The phone feels solid in the hand and it survived multiple drops during our review period.
The rear mounted fingerprint sensor is quick and accurate and can be used for a variety of functions such as taking a picture, answering calls, and sliding down the notification panel. These gestures can be used with any finger and are not locked to the finger you’ve registered for authentication.
The left of the Honor 9N is blank save for the SIM tray which makes you choose between a second Nano-SIM and a microSD card. The right side has the volume rocker and power button which are a tad too small for our liking but well within reach.
On the bottom of the phone is a Micro-USB port, flanked by a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a single loud speaker that is shrill and tinny. The lack of a USB Type-C port for charging and data transfers is quite disappointing. The industry has started transitioning towards USB Type-C and it is high time Honor starts adopting the same for its budget offerings as well.
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