The Honor 8S is built around a 5.71-inch waterdrop notch display that has a resolution of 1520 x 720 pixels. The screen is surrounded by tiny bezels, with a comparatively thicker chin.
The back of the Honor 8S has a dual finish and is home to a 13MP camera. For selfies and video calls, there's a 5MP camera on the front which resides inside the notch.
Talking about the innards, the Honor 8S comes with Helio A22 SoC which is coupled with 2GB RAM. It has 32GB of internal storage, but there will be another variant for Western Europe which will have 64GB storage and an additional gig of RAM.
The Honor 8S is 8.45 mm thick and will boot to Android Pie-based EMUI 9. It will come in at least three colors and have a 3,020 mAh battery under the hood which will charge through a microUSB port.
We should know more about the pricing and availability of the Honor 8S soon.
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MT6739 is good enough to game PUBG so this A22 which have faster cores and better GPU will give me 2x more chicken dinners! O3O
lol what?? Bro I have as a second device some TP Link Neffos on old MT6580M cortex a7 soc on Android 7.0 and believe it or not I can use it for more than just texting so here device with modern A22 should be fine of course big apps will obviously str...
Great size but Helio A22 is too low for anything more than calling/texting. Still glad to see they start rolling out one-hand sized phones at least for low range... Perhaps this compact sizing will grow into mid-range one day...