Honor 9N mobile review. Beter then Xiaomi MI Note 5 pro

Product name: Honor 9N
Honor 9N review

Key specifications

5.8-inch Full HD+ display, Kirin 659 octa-center processor, 13-megapixel and 2-megapixel dual-camera, Android Oreo-based EMUI 8.0, 3,000mAh battery  
Value: Rs 11,999 , Rs 17,999  
Rating: 3.5/5

Honor earlier this year introduced the superior design's to the spending section with Honor 9 Lite, a telephone with quad-cameras, FullView display and 2.5D glass on the back and front. Almost a half year later, Honor has launched a newer variant of the model Honor 9N.

Much the same as the ancestor, the new Honor telephone wagers enormous on the design and includes the trending indent display. The Honor 9N is certifiably not a major upgrade over the Honor 9 Lite in terms of specifications yet there are a couple of unpretentious changes. For instance, Honor 9N accompanies Kirin 659 SoC which is the same processor that powers the more established Honor 7X and Honor 9i.

Honor 9 Lite came with an amazing design yet the overall performance wasn't up to the mark to take on any semblance of then best selling Xiaomi Redmi Note 4. We have been using the newer Honor 9N as our primary smartphone for a long while. We should find out how the Honor 9N fares.

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The plain first thing you will see about Honor telephones is the uniqueness of the design department. The good thing is that the company is leveraging its design mastery for its spending portfolio. Honor 9N is no exemption. Rendering a superior look and feel, the telephone has the intelligent glass rear panel and comes in more shading alternatives than the forerunner.

In addition to midnight black and sapphire blue, the smartphone also comes in two beautiful shades of lavender purple and robin egg blue. The front of Honor 9N looks very like the Honor 10 with its score pattern and 19:9 aspect ratio.

Structurally, the smartphone is really light and easy to hold. The fingerprint sensor and controls like volume and power keys are within reach notwithstanding for somebody with a small hand like mine.

A closer look at the new Honor 9N.


Honor 9 Lite was and still is one of only a handful couple of telephones to offer dual-cameras on the front and back. Be that as it may, as we specified in our audit, the camera quality on the Honor 9 Lite was a blended bag. For the new Honor 9N, the company has discarded the quad-camera setup and has a single camera in advance which is a 16-megapixel sensor.

The smartphone conveys lovely selfies thanks to its beautification meter. There's an iPhone-inspired moving picture which moves when tapped on the photograph. It also accompanies a Drove light for low-light selfies which works very fine. It is better with the beautification level turned down as the artificial light already gives an added glow.

wide-angle selfie from Honor 9N

Honor 9N has a dual camera setup on the rear, which is the Honor 9 Light, which is a 13-megapixel and 2-megapixel combination. The spectacular light and the captured pictures inside the house were very remarkable with great cinematography spreading and retaining details. Low-light photography is a hard feat to achieve, and the Honor 9N doesn't exceed expectations in this department either. The profundity impact, be that as it may, works superior to anything it did on Honor 9 Lite.

Picture quality dips in low-light conditions


As far as performance the experience was greatly improved than the Honor 9 Lite. The telephone handles daily and regular tasks like calls, chatting, video streaming and social apps effortlessly. There was one issue with the software however with the Android Oreo feature like the smart answer which didn't work legitimately.

Honor 9N handles graphic-intensive games easily. We faced no issues while playing games like PUBG. There were some heating issues faced after a couple of minutes of video recording and gaming. Fortunately, the telephone doesn't overheat to an uncomfortable level.

The battery backup on Honor 9N is basically the same as the Honor 9 Lite. And that's not a positive. On medium to high usage, the telephone will expect you to charge twice in a day. We have seen better battery performance on telephone like Asus Genfon Max Star M1.


With value starting at Rs 11,999, Honor 9N contends with Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro and Asus Zenfone Max Professional M1. The telephone doesn't really outclass Redmi Note 5 as far as overall performance and battery backup, however, has its own particular USPs camera and premium design. In case you're looking for a telephone that's better looking, Honor 9N merits considering. In any case, performance and battery life are something you cannot trade off on, Redmi Note 5 and Note 5 Ace continues to be our best recommendation.
Honor 9N mobile review. Beter then Xiaomi MI Note 5 pro Honor 9N mobile review. Beter then Xiaomi MI Note 5 pro Reviewed by Suraj Das on August 10, 2018 Rating: 5

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