A few days back Huawei has announced its Nova 3 smartphone in the Indian market. The gossip about the device hasn’t ended yet while today Huawei has unveiled another smartphone for the Indian market. The fresh handset is known as the Huawei Honor Play and as its name suggests it is targeted to the users whose key priority is gaming. Although the device doesn’t look like a gaming device at all. Keeping in mind we shouldn’t judge a book by its cover let’s check out some in-depth info about it.
Honor Play comes powered by a Kirin 970 Octa-Core processor and is equipped with all-new features like GPU Turbo, AI, etc. Except for Camera and design the device shares most of its specs with the earlier launched Nova 3. It comes with a Metallic design, however, the camera module is still placed in a vertical manner.
The handset offers a 6.3(inch) Full HD+ IPS Display with a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels. The phone is packs with a 16MP+2MP Dual-Camera setup with PDAF, LED Flash. Whereas in the front a single 16MP shooter is given.
It runs on a 3750mAh battery which coupled with GPU Turbo tech saves a lot of battery. The device has the same flagship processor which has been used in the phones like Huawei P20 Pro, Honor 10, etc. According to us, Huawei is creating difficulty for themselves, why a user will spend 65,000 INR for a P20 Pro whose performance is identical to a 20,000 INR Honor Play. Honor Play will be made available through Amazon Indian for a starting price of 19,000 INR.