Honor has just most recently launched its “crazy fast, crazy smart” phone, which has the particular specialty of serving as a gaming phone. And even though the phone is super fast, has great specs and is a great phone, it seems like the price isn’t as high as you’d expect coming for such a powerful phone. At a recent presentation coming at the IFA 2018, which took place in Berlin, it was confirmed by Honor that the phone would be priced at 329 euros across Europe, and would cost customers in the UK 279.
However, it wasn’t only the pricing aspect of the phone which was confirmed by honor at the IFA. The company also confirmed various colors with regards to the phone, these ranging from the likes of midnight black, to the likes of navy blue, and ultra violet colorways.
The Honor play at first launched in China, and this release took place back in June. The phone was also released in India earlier this month, for an even cheaper price of $291, however, gaming phone fans will have to wait their turn in order to know exactly how much the phone would cost internationally.
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There are two variants that the phone would come in, however, the availability of the phones will be based upon the different regions around the world. The handset comes in either the 4GB, or the 6GB RAM configurations.
The play is powered by Huawei’s NPU-toting kirin 970 chipset, and 64GB of internal storage, with the option of expandable storage. To go with the powerful gaming phone, there will be a powerful 3,750mAh battery. The phone is supposed to feature a notched 6.3 inch, 2340 X 1080 LCD screen, and a 16MP and 2MP dual lens rear camera, while there’s a 16MP selfie snapper on the front.
Without doubt the most attractive feature of the play would be the price. While it may be true that it isn’t necessarily the best gaming phone in the world, but for the price, it certainly is! For gamers on a budget, wanting a powerful phone, there isn’t any better option than the Honor Play!