Honor 4C Review
Specifications: 5-inch 720p HD TFT IPS display| 64-bit 1.2GHz octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 620 processor| 2GB of RAM, 8GB internal memory (expandable up to 32GB)| 13MP A/F rear camera with Flash, 5MP front camera | Android 4.4 KitKat with Emotion UI 3.0 | 2,550mAh battery | Dual-SIM, Bluetooth 4.0, A-GPS, Wi-Fi , 3G.
Display: The Honor 4C comes with a fully laminated black waterfall screen which displays a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. The screens uses a combination of 16.7 million colors to give you sharper picture quality.
Design: The Honor 4C is crafted to perfection with a unique design that gives a silky smooth touch in your hand. The rear camera goes through the CNC diamond cutter process to give the Honor 4C an elegant look.
Camera: With the 5MP front camera, one can enjoy taking fun selfies enhanced further by the beauty mode. The 13MP ensures you never miss out on capturing the memorable moments of your life. It has a macro mode at the centimeter level for close up shots and a 28 mm wide angle lens for landscape shots.
Performance: With 8 cores functioning at the same time, the Honor 4C can handle multiple applications simultaneously for different scenarios, such as lower consumption or high performance. It also comes with a quad-core Mali-450 image processor which improves GPU performance, ensuring that your images and videos are crisp and clear.
User Interfernece: I am head over heels for the UI of this phone. The Honor 4C comes with EMUI 3.0, a unique interface designed to simplify your smartphone needs. All your messages and notifications are recorded on a timeline and you can trigger a search engine that covers your contacts, applications and other content by pulling down the screen.
Battery: The Honor 4C’s CPU and other hardware components are coupled with SmartPower 2.5, a technology that increases your phone’s 2550 mAh battery life by more than 30%. You can expect up to 80 hours of light usage and up to 50 hours of moderate usage with this phone.
My Verdict: Like its predecessor the Honor 4X, the USP of the Honor 4C is the camera. The 13mp camera helps you capture beautiful pictures during the day and also helps you play around with its ISO, aperture etc for a better controlled shots.
Another great aspect about the phone is its battery life. The 2,550Ah battery can easily last a day even after heavy usage – a perfect phone for those who travel quite often. The UI simply adds on to the above feature and gives you the best experience one can have for a phone under the 10k budget category. Undoubtedly my favourite of all the phones I have reviewed in the last 6-8 months.