Honor has launched its first baseline mobile in this era of a global pandemic. The Honor 9A is not only an economic device but it also comes with the Huawei mobile service. Huawei never disappoints its audience when it comes to the performance and the design of its products.  The freshly released Honor 9A brags 3GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. It costs Rs.16,000 in Nepal. Now, read the complete article to know if it justifies your money or not.

How does the Rs.16000 device look?

Honor 9A

The new Honor product has an astonishing look with a thin bezel and big screen. However, the slender bezel is slightly thicker on the bottom edge. Likewise, the 8MP selfie-camera resides within the punch-hole, on the top-most center of the device. That said, the plastic body of the device is quite prone to fingerprints.

Similarly, talking about the rear panel, we see a triple camera sensor on the top left corner and the fingerprint scanner on the center.  The back of the device looks pretty decent with the classic Honor logo on the bottom. In addition to the SIM card tray, we also see the microSD card slot on the left panel. Likewise, the volume rocker along with the power button lives in the right panel. Contemporarily, the TYPE-C port, headphone jack, and speaker are found in the bottom edge.

All About the Software and Hardware

Honor 9A

The budget-friendly Honor 9A not only looks good but also packs preferable hardware and software. It runs the present-day Android 10 with the Magic UI V.3.1. The Mediatek Helio P22 chipset along with the A53 cores and PowerVR GPU makes the device even better. Similarly, the gigantic 6.3-inch display generates a resolution of 1600 X 720 pixels. Besides, Honor has not disregarded the feature of obsolete FM-radio from this device.

The economic Honor 9A allows you to charge your other compatible devices using its battery. Likewise, if you have the Huawei ID account then you will get access to a 15GB free cloud storage for a year. However, after 12months, you will have to buy the data storage which will cost around Rs. 1500 per year for a 2TB storage.  

More to it, it incorporates the big 5000mAh battery that will easily last you for 32hours. The earlier release of Motorola, the Moto G8 Power has the same battery but the better optimization of Honor 9A, it lasts a few hours longer.

A Comprehensive Review on the Cameras of Honor 9A

Honor 9A

The new Honor 9A stacks up the 13megapixel primary sensor which is quite satisfactory considering the price of the device. Similarly, the 5megapixel wide-angle camera allows you to take expansive photography. Besides, the 2megapixel depth camera is essential for background blur effects. The picture quality of the Honor 9A is not up to par.

However, we can get decent pictures with preferable sharpness under proper lighting. The Realme X2 Pro can capture 20X zoom pictures which include a lot of artificial sharpening. The device can shoot 1080p videos on 30fps. Unfortunately, you will not get the features of slow-motion and mobile stabilization.  All-to-all, the cameras are good considering the low price of the device.

Should You Buy the Honor 9A?

If you are seeking for an economic device with adequate features and better battery backup, then you should probably buy this device. Besides, if you fantasize about the obsolete 3.5mm jack and FM-radio on your device then the new Honor 9A is just for you. However, if you want a device with a premium design and exceptional camera then you should turn your head on other devices.