Honor Holly. This is one of the first Honor smartphones to reach the market and it was very well received. Soon he made a hole in the range and was the first rung of a ladder that every day like more.
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Currently the Holly has no place in a market saturated with devices of all ranges but especially mid-range.
At the end of 2014 the Holly made a triumphal entry offering the user a 5 “high definition screen with a definition of 720 x 1280 pixels. The ratio of 67% made it quite comfortable to hold and take anywhere to enjoy the internet or some series.
Inside it hid an above-average performance with a Mediatek MT6582 quad-core processor at 1.3 GHz
It would not do with the most demanding games but it moved the Android operating system, version 4.4.2 KitKat, the sea of fluid.
To support the heavier tasks, had a Mali 400 GPU and do not forget that it also had 1 GB of RAM. At that time it was a figure to keep in mind although you gave a lot of the current Honor smartphones.
The Holly only needed to offer a decent autonomy and a photographic section at the height of the range. Said and done. The battery of 2,000 mAh allowed us to reach the end of the day without problem even if we were fans of games or social networks.
With the camera they also succeeded in providing this device with an 8 MP main sensor with diaphragm aperture f / 2.0 and LED flash.
Compatible with HDR, face detection and capable of recording videos in Full HD at 1080p. The front was more than enough for selfies and Skype thanks to its 2 MP resolution.
In short, a smartphone that continues to touch the mid-range and can not be compared to others like the Honor View 10, is still a good ally as a substitute for our premium range.