Huawei introduces $50 price cut on the Honor 8 for one day
To celebrate the Columbus’ day in the United States, Huawei has decided to honour (all pun intended) the great man and discoverer by introducing a very nice deal on their Honor 8 device which has recently launched there.
On the 10th of October then, you would be able to snag yourself a unit of this flagship of the Honor sub-brand for a $50 off from the original price and this same deal would be available through your favourite retailers such as Best Buy and Amazon. For the 32GB model, you would now have to spend just $350 and $400 is the new asking price on the larger 64GB variant for that day.
For the Honor 8, we have seen a 5.5 inch smartphone that offers the workings of a Kirin 950 chipset paired to 4GB of RAM, carrier 12MP dual camera units and has a pretty big 3000mAh battery to stay alive.
For its premium features, the fast charge technology on it makes sure that you can raise your battery from flat to half in just a timeframe of 30 minutes and as regards the operating system, it runs on the Android Marshmallow 6.0 that has a custom OS built onto it.
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