Honor targets Generation Selfie with Honor 9 Lite

Almost 90% of millennials hold on to their phones through their day and the same percentage takes pictures daily or weekly on their mobile phones.
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Honor, the smartphone e-brand under the Huawei Group, has recently launched Honor 9 Lite to target Generation Selfie. 

Honor 9 Lite carries a dual-lens 13MP+2MP camera on both the front and a 13MP+2MP rear camera. The phone, launched in Midnight Black and Sapphire Blue has a mirror-like reflective surface that allows you to always be selfie-ready, and a nano-scale optical coating that when light reflects, gleams.The phone provides 428 PPI.

The phone has a massive display of 5.65 inch, 18:9 wide screen, and with that Honor decides to stand out and incorporate the fingerprint sensor in the back of the phone.

When it comes to core hardware, Honor 9 Lite is powered by an ultra-fast 16nm octa-core Kirin 659 chipset and a fully-enhanced graphics processing unit (GPU).  Honor 9 Lite will be available with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage.

Almost 90% of millennials hold on to their phones through their day and the same percentage takes pictures daily or weekly on their mobile phones. According to a study done on Arab Millennials, 65% said they post pictures of their food, while 49% said they would rather share a picture of still life, and 29% said they post about fashion.

Honor 9 Dual Sim- 64GB, 4GB RAM, 4G LTE, Sapphire Blue is available on Souq.com for AED 1299 ($354). 


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