Honor Play 4T

Recently, Honor announced a cost-effective smartphone that can boast of a number of amazing features. We mean many of its specs could appear on mid-range and pseudo-flagship handsets. So it turns out for a price of a low-end handset, you can acquire a smartphone powered by a decent specs list. If you still don’t guess, we are talking about the Honor Play 4T. Today, the company announced the 6 + 64GB version of the phone will be sold tomorrow at a price of 1099 yuan ($154). The machine comes with a 4000mAh battery and a 48-megapixel main camera. Compared with the 6 + 128GB version, the price is 100 yuan cheaper ($14).

The Honor Play 4T series was out on April 9. It is available in two variants of the original model and the Pro version. The manufacturer declared that ‘T’ means ‘Terminator’.

Honor Play 4T

In terms of configuration, the Honor Play 4T sports the Kirin 710A chip, which supports the Ark compiler and the full scene acceleration engine. It also adopts a Turbo 3.0 GPU and Link Turbo. This mobile chip ‘Kirin 710A’ comes with a SMIC chip manufacturing process. It uses a 14nm process technology, clocked at 2.0GHz, which belongs to the previous frequency downgrade version of Kirin 710. The Kirin 710A represents a breakthrough in achieving zero localization and is an ice-breaking move for China’s semiconductor chip technology.

The rear 48-megapixel + 2-megapixel dual camera module also comes with a 1/2-inch CMOS + f/1.8 large aperture. The front-facing 8-megapixel selfie camera is in a dedicated hole.

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