A diet Honor 90 for budget-friendly users.
As mentioned in our previous article, Honor will be launching for new devices in the Philippines, one of which is the Honor 90 Lite. If you find the Honor 90 just to be out of your budget, then you might want to consider this one.
According to the global website, the phone comes in Cyan Lake, Titanium Silver, and Midnight Black. Although, the colours that would be launching here would depend on Honor Philippines’ decision. The phone uses a plastic back which appears to be glossy. Some may call it “glasstic” because it uses some elements of glass. The camera island is also uniquely designed and appears to be “converging” with a figure-eight pattern.
As a diet version of the Honor 90, the Honor 90 Lite comes with downgraded specs. Namely, a 6.7″ FullHD+ (2388x1080px) LTPS LCD instead of AMOLED, a weaker MediaTek Dimensity 6020 chipset with 8GB RAM and 256GB ROM, and a 100MP camera. This resolution is halved from the 200MP seen on the Honor 90. The other two cameras include the 5MP ultrawide and 2MP depth. Odd choices since usually these two are reserved for budget-oriented phones like the X7a and the X8a. The selfie camera has a resolution of 16MP so at least it has that going for it (the Honor 90 has a 50MP selfie that can capture 4K video).
The phone also has a 4500mAh battery with 22.5W fast charging. The Honor 90 has a faster 66W charging rate and a slightly larger battery at 5000mAh.
Its speakers have a Hi-Res certification, even for wireless sound. Though it may not have stereo speakers, this is partly compensated with the use of its “Extra Volume Mode” which we wish the Honor 90 also had.
Among other features, the side-mounted fingerprint scanner, Dual Nano-SIM Slot, and 5G services are all present in this phone. According to Windows Phone Link, some Honor devices come with the app pre-installed so you can seamlessly control notifications, make calls, and view photos and videos directly through it, without the need to use a cable.
It is arriving soon in the Philippines. Its price is yet to be announced. However, the more phones a company releases, the more choices a consumer has so it’s a win-win on both sides.
Source: HiHonor Global