Honor has unveiled the Honor 9 Lite, a £199 budget smartphone.
Its main talking point is its cameras, with Honor having equipped the handset with dual-lens 13MP and 2MP cameras on both the front and back.
These dual snappers should enable users to capture "unique and professional-style photography", according to Honor, with the two lenses working together to create natural bokeh effects.
"As an innovative online smartphone brand for digital trendsetters, Honor has launched the stylish Honor 9 Lite phone to help people capture stunning images no matter the location or background," said George Zhao, president of Honor.
"Offering a smooth user experience, a quad camera and an attractive mirrored surface, the Honor 9 Lite is not just a symbol of style, but a way to capture important life moments in a way that's easier to navigate than ever before."
The Honor 9 Lite improves on the Honor 9's 5.15in Full HD screen with a larger 5.65in 18:9 FullView HD Display that reaches the edges of the glass chassis. This casing, which comes with a 'nano-scale optical coating', gives the handset a mirror-like reflective surface, similar to that seen on the HTC U11.
Underneath this shiny chassis, you'll find Huawei's 16nm octa-core Kirin 659 chipset, alongside 3GB RAM, a 3,000mAh battery and 32GB built-in storage. Thankfully, there's a microSD card onboard, so memory can be expanded up to 256GB.
Elsewhere, the Honor 9 Lite features a baked-in fingerprint sensor, a headphone jack (hooray!), Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity and a microUSB charging port. It'll ship running Android 8.0 Oreo, with Huawei's EMUI 8.0 skin plastered on top.
The Honor 9 Lite will be available to buy today for £199.99 from Honor's own website, as well as Amazon, Argos, Very, AO.com and John Lewis.
V3 sister publication The Inquirer got its hands (briefly) on the new Honor 9 Lite. Check out its Honor 9 Lite hands-on review here.
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