May 24, 2017 07:52 AM EDT
The Honor 8 gaming gadget had just been upgraded into a forefront of the gaming zone category. The Honor 8 Pro is Huawei's latest flagship phone appearing in a slick and luxurious look with the support of an incredible processing power. The upgraded and upsized Honor 8 Pro is the most expensive gaming phone model Huawei has but still below par with its competitors on the mobile gaming phone category.
With Honor 8 Pro upsized 5.7 inches, 1440 x 2560 Quad High Definition display, the crisp crystal clear visuals is very well given justice. Considering its powerful Kirin 960 chipset, the processors consist of four 2.4 GHz cores and 1.8 GHz quad cores, it is a very solid piece of gadget packing a 6 GB RAM that boosts the gliding ease and navigation of the mobile gaming phone through heavy multitasking. It has full VR support with the Cardboard and Jaunt App inside. The phone's chipset makes it one of the best gaming phones in terms of performance.
The high advancement of gaming applications is well received by Honor 8 Pro as it's loaded with features that could accommodate gaming technology that comes its way. Games need to be enjoyable at length which is not a problem with Honor 8 Pro. Its battery life could last for one and a half days of grueling use and a full 2 days under normal workloads. The Vulcan API assists in the heavy frame rates it handles, preventing games from lagging, reports 148 Apps.
The Honor 8 Pro has a price tag of ₤475, which is above the price of its direct competitor the OnePlus 3T. The price difference compensates the serious features and power the Honor 8 Pro packs in its mobile gaming level. Pocket Gamer recommends the Honor 8 Pro as the best choice for Android mobile gaming.
The Honor 8 Pro comes in gold, blue, and black. It towers and excels among its competitors like the OnePlus 3T, LG G6, and Samsung Galaxy 8.
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