Huawei’s newest smartphone, the Honor 9 Lite, has a tough battle to fight. It’s a beautiful phone, has the right specs for its price, and could suit the consumer’s fancy. Yet, it needs to get around the reputation our current budget favourite, the Mi A1, has earned for itself.
The Honor 9 Lite is priced at Rs. 10,999 and Rs. 14,999 for its 3GB and 4GB RAM variants respectively. It has two monochrome cameras on the back and promises great shots. While the phone can go toe-to-toe with the Mi A1 for the most part, buyers in this range will perhaps make the final decision based on its camera quality.
The Honor 9 Lite has 13MP and 2MP sensors on the front and back. The 13MP sensor is the primary sensor, whereas the 2MP sensor is a monochrome sensor, that Honor also uses to capture depth.
On the other hand, the Mi A1 has a 12MP wide-angle primary lens with f/2.2 aperture (same as the 9 Lite) and a 12MP telephoto lens with f/2.6 aperture. Evidently, the Honor 9 Lite is made to capture more detail and better colours, while the Mi A1 wants to cash in on the portrait …read more
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