The Honor 7C is among those 2 smartphones from Honor to incorporate a Qualcomm chipset rather than the typical Huawei-manufactured Kirin chipset. Another phone is the more affordable Honor 7A. The 3GB RAM/32GB storage variant costs Rs 9,999 along with the 4GB RAM/64GB storage variant, Rs 11,999 on Amazon.in.

Design

The Honor 7C sticks mostly to the layout language set by additional Honor 7-series phones in yesteryear and the present: it is a phone using a sharp, rectangular screen that sits within a body with curvy corners. The Honor 7C can readily be confused for the marginally bigger Honor 7A. So very few marks for creativity then. The rear of the telephone is made largely of thin metal which may prove to become slippery in the hand whilst holding and lifting.

Without a knurling on the surface of the power button, there is a fantastic chance you’re going to wind up mistakenly pressing for another. The best edge is hairless. Using its 18:9 5.99-inch screen, the Honor 7C is a pretty large mobile. It may feel hard to hold in case you’ve got small hands.

Screen

The Honor 7C includes a 5.99-inch’FullView’ screen. The 18:9 aspect ratio makes it bigger along the y-axis compared to x ray, which can be a huge plus point if you are purchasing the telephone to play a great deal of games and videos. Its resolution of 720 x 1440 pixels looks enough on paper, but real-world use provides you the impression that too little butter was implemented over a lot of bread. Window components, particularly on programs like Chrome and Facebook, seem bigger than necessary. There is no choice to reduce their size in Preferences . It is possible, however, reduce the font size.

Colours generally often appear on the other hand with this gadget. The IPS LCD panel reproduces colors with mild vividness. Browns and reds look noticeably dull however. On the bright side (warning: poor pun beforehand ), the display offers 457 lux of luminance, which will be enough for daytime sun legibility. At about 170 levels, the highest horizontal viewing angle is really broad, while vertical viewing angle is slightly narrow. Overall, it is a serviceable screen for a telephone of its own cost. A bit more color would have been welcome however.

Performance

The Honor 7C scored 717 on Geekbench’s single-core evaluation and 3555 about the multi-core evaluation, which can be just a bit lower than that which the Motorola Moto G6 had scored a few weeks back: 744 about the Geekbench single-core evaluation and 3888 about the multi-core test. The memory and processor combination is adequate for ordinary tasks such as telephone calls, video and music playback, and mild browsing and gambling.

On ChromeI managed to toggle between two tabs without any lag; Chrome kept two pages in memorycard. Understandably, since the tab count climbed, it was made to reload the elderly inactive pages. With thirty tabs available (and among those playing a YouTube video), scrolling via one page became jittery, but maybe not by far. Fortunately, toggling between the tabs nevertheless stayed stable and fast enough.

The telephone’s body warmed around 33 degrees Celsius while gambling but never felt hot to hold any stage. To turn up the heat a little more, I started two apps and minimised them since they were launch. I abandon a half-typed draft in Messages and also a half-dialled amount in Phone. Then I left a match running and returned into Chrome to discover the pages still quite responsive. I thought memory was managed till I opened the formerly minimised YouTube program. Then the telephone turned unresponsive to bits and button clicks to get a great four minutes before recovering completely.

Camera

Glancing in the spec sheet informs us that the Honor 7C includes a dual-lens camera set up on the rear: one 13-megapixel detector together with a 2-megapixel’thickness detection’ detector, and that front shooter is a 8-megapixel sensor having a aperture of f/2.0. It’s a flash not just on the trunk, but on the front also, in the shape of an’intelligent adjustable selfie toning mild ‘

In fact, the camera fares in many states. Shutter lag is not evident all the time, but I did encounter moments when I had been forced to wait since the telephone was busy focussing. Indoor photographs in a regular office with adequate lighting are bright enough but suffer from sound. Predictably, the sound increases as the light decreases. Browns and blues turn into elephants readily. Focussing from the dark requires considerably longer, and lots of times you wind up with blurry shots though the camera begs for the focussing to finish.

The broad front camera, even though adequate in quality, makes pictures look somewhat overexposed and grainy even when there’s ample light round the topic. The soft flash at front helps in bringing more light into the shooter but does nothing to decrease sound. A flexible’decorative’ slider to front and rear camera wipes out facial blemishes.

Battery

The 3,000mAh battery over the Honor 7C continues at least a complete day on a single charge whilst loading the telephone with an ample number of screen-on time, picture capturing, and surfing. Running navigation on Google Maps using the display brightness turned up halfway for fifteen minutes watched a 5-percent fall in battery life, which can be respectable. On a recent trip, I’d Google Maps’ navigation running for 3 consecutive hours with the display on at 70% brightness. That caused a fifty-percent fall in charge.

A complete charge occurred in a few hours. So, so far as battery life goes, the one about the Honor 7C is unquestionably a dependable one, or even a unusually long-lasting one.

The Honor 7C is a smartphone that provides decent value for the money if you’re searching for a model using a large 18:9 screen, a decent dual-camera installation, and a fantastic battery life.