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Along with the HONOR 20S, the company also launched the HONOR Play 3 – An entry-level device with a 48MP lens in the triple rear camera setup and a 4,000mAh battery. It has a 6.39-inch IPS LCD display with 720×1560 resolution. The display is guarded by an unbranded scratch-resistant aluminosilicate glass. The company claims that the HONOR Play 3 sports a 90% screen-to-body ratio, mostly because the punch-hole size was reduced by 30% to 4.5mm. Powering the device is a Kirin 710F chipset with four Cortex-A73 cores and four A53 cores partnered with a Mali-G51 MP4 GPU. It has a base memory configuration of 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage but also has an option to go 6GB RAM with 64GB of storage or 4GB RAM and 128GB storage, which admittedly is unusual. It has a 48MP main camera with f/1.8 aperture. It also has an 8MP ultra-wide camera with…

After our camera battle between the HONOR 8C and the realme 3, it’s time for a contest of gaming prowess. This time, it’s going to be between the Honor Play and the realme 3 Pro. HONOR Play The HONOR Play took the mid-range market by storm with its aggressive pricing and very capable hardware. The Kirin 970 may not be the latest, but we’re still talking about a flagship-level chip, which also run the likes of the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro. Add 4GB of RAM and GPU Turbo to the mix, and we can have a phone that should handle even current titles with no major issues. Realme 3 Pro Realme 3 Pro on the other hand, is the current talk of town in the mid-range segment. The brand has been known to out devices that deliver exceptional value for money, and this one’s no different. It runs on…

HONOR, a leading brand on smartphones, is ending the month with an exciting sale for two of its devices – the Honor Play and the HONOR 10 Lite starting on June 28, 2019. Level up your selfie game with the Honor 10 Lite’s 24MP front camera. It’s also equipped with dual 13MP + 2MP rear shooters, a Kirin 710 octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM and 64GB of storage housed in a sleek and stylish shell. It’s available in Midnight Black and Sky Blue and is now priced PhP7,990. HONOR Play on the other hand, is the perfect companion for gamers who need absolute no-compromise performance. This phone is powered by no less than a flagship-grade Kirin 970 octa-core processor with GPU Turbo, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage. For imaging, it boasts a16MP + 2MP AI-assisted dual rear camera system, and a 16MP front shooter. From its original price…

GPU Turbo, as a software feature that crunches the smartphone’s hardware to give its best, eats quite a hefty amount of resource, but it helps the device deliver the power and capability it needs to produce smooth gameplay experience. So, if you’re looking for a smartphone that’s meant for gaming with a significant sacrifice on battery consumption, play with Honor Play. Pun intended. As for the other software features, Honor Play has everything you need for your workflow and entertainment to be more efficient and enjoying, respectively. You won’t find Easy Projection and EMUI Desktop here but such absences aren’t much of a deal breaker. Camera Honor Play, while not built for mobile photography, takes good photos with acceptable amount of default exposure and contrast. As an AI-powered smartphone, it assesses the subject and all the conditions in it before it suggests that right levels of photo qualities. The AI…

Honor’s gaming-focused smartphone, the Honor Play, was officially launched yesterday at SM City Fairview, with a promise of delivering a whole new level of gaming experience to the mobile community. The Honor Play is powered by a flagship grade Kirin 970 processor, and is the first smartphone from the brand that comes with GPU Turbo Technology, improving the device’s graphics processing efficiency by up to 60%, and also reducing the SoC’s power consumption by up to 30%. It also boasts of AI-related features, such as AI 4D Smart Shock, which makes the device vibrate according to what’s happening in-game, along with AI 3D Surround sound which utilizes Histen 3D Audio Technology to deliver an ultra-wide 3D sound field, and works with both wireless and wired headphones. There’s a 6.3-inch FHD+ display for all your content, 4GB of RAM for multi-tasking, and 64GB of storage. The Honor Play runs on  EMUI…

Just right after receiving confirmation that the much-anticipated Honor Play is indeed launching in the Philippines this August 11, we also received quite a shocking bit of information along with the device’s full list of specs and features – it’s price. The Honor Play is by its name, a gaming-focused device, and sports a 6.3-inch FHD+ FullView display, and is powered by a Kirin 970 SoC. Yes, that’s the same flagship grade chip that powers the Nova 3, the Mate 10 Series, the P20 and the P20 Pro. It comes with the new GPU Turbo technology, which touted to raise performance in graphically demanding applications. With GPU Turbo, graphics processing efficiency is increased by up to 60%, while actually reducing the SoC energy consumption by 30%, in a breakthrough balancing act of performance and efficiency. The device is also loaded with AI-features to add to the gaming experience, such as…

Update: We’ve just received an invite to the official launch of the Honor Play in the Philippines, happening this August 11, at SM Fairview Annex Atrium! Honor came into play early this year and their announcements were particularly important to help them go with the flow from other top smartphone brands. One good example of their premium products is the Honor 10 which is now available locally and online. Now, it has now been confirmed that the Honor Play is also coming to our shores. From its name, the Honor Play is a gaming-centric smartphone and will feature the GPU Turbo technology out-of-the-box which you can also find on some Huawei and Honor smartphones. Here are the unofficial specs of the Honor Play: Kirin 970 processor 6.3 inch FHD+ in 19.5:9 ratio dual 12 + 2 MP main cameras, 16 MP front cam 64 GB internal storage Huawei Super Charge…