Honor has been on a roll during the past couple of months, starting phones across cost mounts and attribute collections. The Honor 10 was this season’s flagship that was assumed to go head-to-head together with the fabeled OnePlus 6, and today, we’ve got the Honor 9n, that will be the organization’s budget phpne.

Body Design

The Honor 9N is made from a hard-bodied glass that follows a very similar layout to the honor 10 if we do a direct comparison. Contrary to the Honor 10 was mainly a phone with a metal backside, The honor gives the feeling of 3 layers as opposed to 1; the glass rear, the metallic framework and polycarbonate trunk of the phone.

I have had a lousy experience with phones that have a glass rear, so the added case from the box is a welcome inclusion. Phones with glass back which do not feature wireless charging honestly feel like bald people with combs, like why would you even have that if you don’t use it!In addition for being useless, the back also makes the phone way more vulnerable than one with a metal one. The fingerprint sensor sits on the rear of the unit rather than being on the front. The positioning of the fingerprint sensor is a really personal option because i loved the fact that the phone had it’s sensor on the back and not the front. In any event, it is not hard to achieve for one-handed operation.


The Honor 9N is accompanied by an FHD+ 19:9 screen. The
5.8-inch screen has about 2280×1080 pixels giving it a power-packed pixel density of approximately 432ppi, which is certainly phenomenol for something of that price range. The smartphone has an IPS-LCD screen which means that you can see all colors in full high defination from anywhere you look.The phone also has rather noticible bezels on either side, and notable chin in the base used for branding.

In my usage, I discovered that the Honor 9N’s screen to be somewhat impressive. The entire HD resolution clearly makes things appear great. Outdoors, the screen keeps its sharpness, however, the reflective screen does make it challenging to view films, though you need to have the ability to surf the internet and respond to texts without a lot of trouble.

the phone had a very interesting feature where it automatically detected low light and adjusted the brightness accordingly and without manual interference. Regrettably, there’s absolutely no method to alter the saturation of th screen.

All in all, the screen of this Honor 9N is very practical, with great saturation levels straight from the box. The ability to listen to the white balance of this screen is fine, but too little saturation control may be bothersome. Though the Honor 9N’s screen is nicely balanced, people who enjoy their screen saturation to be greater than normal wouldn’t be delighted with the absence of the ability to fine tune this facet of the screen. The entire purpose of this new 19:9 aspect ratio is to have the ability to give bezel-less screens, but the Honor 9N retains the bezels, however narrow they’re.


The Honor 9N is powered with the Kirin 695 and not the Qualcomm chipset like the 7C. Huawei, Honor’s parent firm, recently declared GPU Turbo, a software update that reportidly enchances the gaming experience. This attribute is coming to numerous Huawei and Honor phones and is now unavailable for its Honor 9N. It is, nevertheless, anticipated later this year by means of a software upgrade.

In our benchmarks, the phone didn’t do as good as you’d expect quite well. It scored a mere 184 on our test. These figures reveal that the Honor 9N is not precisely the gaming monster you’d like it to be. We researched this further within our gaming sessions together with the telephone.

Asphalt Extreme works smooth, however, there’s a visibly lower quantity of chemical effects. like when you drive, the dirt there just looks like weird circles. When playing the identical game on higher-end apparatus, these flaws are a lot nicer and a lot more well defined. The gameplay itself is not too problematic, with everything operating smoothly. When it was PUBG’s time on the phone, the game was a little slow and laggy, then again, the gameplay was fairly easy. Taking aim and shooting experienced no lag. Shadowgun Legends is where I discovered the maximum lag, both through assignments and in the reception. the lag wasn’t excessive but the AI became clunky when a lot of enemies came on screen.


The Honor 9N includes double cameras on the trunk, using a 13+2 Megapixel configuration. The camera is an depth-sensing unit using a aperture of f/0.95 to help in portrait-mode shots as it happens, Honor has been perfecting this technology within every iteration. In my usage, I discovered that the portrait style shots to be somewhat well processed. I could correct the”virtual aperture” that would ascertain the power of the bokeh effect.

During daytime, the camera works absolutely amazing with crystal clear pics and no visible lag. There is also, however, a portion of a minute’s gap until you are able to take the next picture. The colors and contrast are great, and the dynamic range is rather okay, but do not expect the phone to have a OnePlus 6 level of quality. The highlights blow off fast if shooting in harsh light. I ended up analyzing the camera while it was mainly cloudy, with intermittent sunlight, therefore the samples. There’s not any OIS nonetheless, the EIS will not figure out how to help a bit in getting the best shot. Nonetheless, this really is a constant problem with most smartphones, even the majority of the luxury ones.

In the videos, not just are the details entirely lost, but sound is visible also. I ventured outside and took a little more night time photographs (and selfies) and the result was that the camera was really bad at night, barely anything looked clear, there was a visible lag etc

I took off the phone charge at 8 pm and need to plug it back by 10 p.m. or place it on battery saver mode if I have been out more. Typically, I’ve seen way better battery life from phones with similar battery capacity, so that was somewhat of a letdown. Additionally, the absence of rapid charging is honestly just depressing because the phone takes approximately 110 minutes to go from 0 to 100% fee. I do often depart both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi on constantly, which means you could have the ability to find a complete day’s worth of use from this telephone, but I was not able to accomplish this.


The Honor 9N brings the Honor 10’s beloved layout to a smaller 15K cost point, but obviously, some adjustments were needed to be made to fit the 15 k price point. The construct feels nice and mild and while the trunk is constructed from glass, it seems more like plastic. The telephone utilizes an older Kirin 659 chipset that only barely was able to provide adequate performance. New upgrades are still needed for the system interface to work perfectly. For the asking price of Rs. 13,999, the phone does provide decent value when thinking about the entire HD IPS LCD screen along with the camera,along with the wide range of exotic colours, which many other manufacturers selling within this price bracket do not provide, which is up to that phone’s USPs go.