Smartphone brand Honor hopes to redefine what customers think of when they look for budget smartphones. That’s why the company’s newly-launched-in-SA Honor 8S is landing just shy of the R2,000 mark. But, unlike most budget handsets, what you’re looking at in the handset is rather far from a budget device. Looking inward The Honor 8S offers users 2GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage – a quite gen...[Read More]
Honor, a subdivision of Huawei, is here to stay. The company is actively making plans to launch new smartphones, both at home and globally. It’s going to take more than a collection of politicians to slow down the prime value choice in the smartphone world.
Even though Huawei has fought through a rough couple of months, the company is set on releasing its own (OS), codenamed HongMeng, into the world.
We take a look at what's in the box of the mid-range Honor 10 Lite smartphone, which launched in South Africa in April 2019.
Sorry, entry-level laptop. You’ve had a good run but smartphones are about to start hitting the market with double your usual RAM allocation. It’s time we said goodbye. And we’re not even kidding, as Chinese smartphone maker Honor has announced the Honor 10 GT — the first smartphone from the company to launch with 8GB of RAM. An upgrade of the Huawei Honor 10, which launche...[Read More]
South Africans haven’t really had the honour of the Honor range of devices yet, but now a couple of Huawei’s budget devices have made their way to Mzansi. The fancier of these is the Honor 7X. We say fancier, but it’s still carrying a not very fancy recommended price of R5,000. After a few weeks playing with it we can confidently say it’s one of the best budget devices available on the...[Read More]