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[其他] The Huawei Honor 8 Review

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努力微笑 发表于 2016-10-14 02:11:30
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Huawei’s smartphone branding strategy seems similar to many car companies. Toyota, for example, has the Lexus marque for high-end, luxury vehicles and the Scion marque that develops sporty, lower-cost vehicles with customization options targeted at millennials. Vehicles that carry the Toyota brand target mainstream consumers, covering a broad swath of the market with many different products.
  Huawei’s Mate and P-series phones are analogous to Toyota’s Lexus brand, catering to the high-end of the market with premium performance and features, with the P-series specifically focusing on design and photography. In addition to its many other phones with varying features and price points, Huawei’s Honor brand parallels Toyota’s Scion, focusing on always-connected millennials. According to Huawei, 80% of Honor “fans” are aged 18-34, and delivering the performance, features, and style this demographic craves, while keeping cost within reason, is a significant challenge for Huawei.
  After several years of declining sales, Toyota announced that it will discontinue the Scion brand in 2017. As an e-brand that’s distributed online without Toyota’s marketing budget and network of dealer showrooms, will Huawei’s Honor brand suffer a similar fate? For now sales continue to climb, with 40 million Honor phones sold in 2015, twice as many as the previous year. But Honor faces new challenges as it expands into new territories, such as the crowded and saturated US market, where it has little brand recognition.
   
The Huawei Honor 8 Review-1 (different,companies,products,addition,branding)

   Huawei’s first foray into the US smartphone market was with theHonor 5X, a lower-cost device with a well-balanced design. Encouraged by its initial reception, Huawei is back with a new device for the US—the Honor 8. While the Honor 5X hits a lower $199 price point, the Honor 8 costs twice as much but significantly improves performance and features. In many ways, it’s a restyled, less-expensive version of Huawei’s P9.
  For starters, both phones use 5.2-inch 1080p IPS LCD displays. They also share similar dimensions (the Honor 8 is just a tad thicker and heavier) and the same 3000 mAh battery. The camera setup is the same too, with an 8MP sensor up front and dual 12MP sensors (one color and one black and white) around back, which I’ll discuss more later in the review.
                   Huawei Honor 8     Huawei Honor 7     Huawei P9             SoC      HiSilicon Kirin 950
4x Cortex-A72 @ 2.3GHz
4x Cortex-A53 @ 1.8GHz
Mali-T880MP4 @ 900MHz       HiSilicon Kirin 935
4x Cortex-A53 @ 2.2GHz
4x Cortex-A53 @ 1.5GHz
Mali-T628MP4       HiSilicon Kirin 955
4x Cortex-A72 @ 2.5GHz
4x Cortex-A53 @ 1.8GHz
Mali-T880MP4 @ 900MHz              RAM     3GB / 4GB LPDDR4-2666     3GB LPDDR3-1600     3GB LPDDR3-1866             NAND      32GB / 64GB (eMMC)
+ microSD       16GB (eMMC)
+ microSD       32GB / 64GB (eMMC)
+ microSD              Display      5.2-inch 1920x1080
IPS LCD       5.2-inch 1920x1080
IPS LCD       5.2-inch 1920x1080
IPS LCD              Dimensions      145.5 x 71.0 x 7.45 mm
153 grams       143.2 x 71.9 x 8.50 mm
157 grams       145.0 x 70.9 x 6.95 mm
144 grams              Modem      HiSilicon Balong (Integrated)
2G / 3G / 4G LTE (Category 6)
FDD-LTE / TD-LTE / TD-SCDMA / WCDMA / CDMA (China only) / GSM       HiSilicon Balong (Integrated)
2G / 3G / 4G LTE (Category 6)
FDD-LTE / TD-LTE / TD-SCDMA / WCDMA / CDMA (China only) / GSM       HiSilicon Balong (Integrated)
2G / 3G / 4G LTE (Category 6)
FDD-LTE / TD-LTE / TD-SCDMA / WCDMA / CDMA (China only) / GSM              SIM Size      2x NanoSIM (w/o microSD)
(dual standby)       2x NanoSIM (some models & w/o microSD)
(dual standby)       2x NanoSIM (some models & w/o microSD)
(dual standby)              Front Camera     8MP, 1.4μm, f/2.4     8MP, f/2.4, LED flash     8MP, 1.4μm, f/2.4             Rear Camera     2x 12MP (color + monochrome), 1/2.9” Sony IMX286 Exmor RS, 1.25µm pixels, f/2.2, Laser AF + depth, HDR, dual-tone LED flash     21MP, 1/2.4” Sony IMX230 Exmor RS, 1.12µm pixels, f/2.0, PDAF, HDR, dual-tone LED flash     2x 12MP (color + monochrome), 1/2.9” Sony IMX286 Exmor RS, 1.25µm pixels, f/2.2, Laser AF + depth, HDR, dual-tone LED flash             Battery      3000 mAh (11.46 Wh)
non-replaceable       3100 mAh (11.78 Wh)
non-replaceable       3000 mAh (11.46 Wh)
non-replaceable              Connectivity     802.11a/b/g/n/ac, BT 4.2 LE, NFC, IrLED, GPS/GNSS, USB 2.0 Type-C     802.11a/b/g/n/ac, BT 4.1 LE, IrLED, GPS/GNSS, microUSB 2.0     802.11a/b/g/n/ac, BT 4.2 LE, NFC (EVA-L09 only), GPS/GNSS, USB 2.0 Type-C             Launch OS     Android 6.0 with Emotion UI 4.1     Android 5.0 with Emotion UI 3.1     Android 6.0 with Emotion UI 4.1            Both phones come with either 32GB or 64GB of eMMC NAND for internal storage, which can be augmented with a microSD card. The Honor 8, like the Huawei Mate 8, does use a different SoC from the P9. The four ARM Cortex-A72 CPUs in itsKirin 950 SoC only reach 2.3GHz versus the 2.5GHz in the P9’s Kirin 955, but this will not make a big difference in day-to-day use. Rounding out the big.LITTLE arrangement in both SoCs are four Cortex-A53 CPUs running at up to 1.8GHz and a Mali-T880MP4 GPU at up to 900MHz. While the T880 is currently ARM’s flagship, using only four shader cores limits peak performance. For comparison, the international version of Samsung’s Galaxy S7 comes with a Mali-T880MP12 GPU with three times as many cores. The Honor 8 does make the jump to LPDDR4 RAM, although it’s unlikely this will improve performance because the Kirin 950 and its quad-core GPU are not bandwidth limited.

The Huawei Honor 8 Review-2 (different,companies,products,addition,branding)

   In our Mate 8 review, the Kirin 950 SoC scored well in both peak performance and efficiency , a result of HiSilicon’s excellent implementation of A72 CPU cores on TSMC’s 16nm FinFET+ process. HiSilicon claims that the Kirin 955 SoC in the Huawei P9 is even more power efficient than the 950, so it will be interesting to see how the Honor 8, with the same size battery and screen, compares in our battery life tests. Along with the efficient SoC, the Honor 8 also includes the i5 sensor hub that further reduces power consumption by offloading specialized tasks such as voice recognition, step calculation, and mp3 music decoding to its ARM Cortex-M7 processor.
  Huawei also includes some software features for further stretching battery life. There are three different power modes—Performance, Smart, and Ultra—that adjust the CPU DVFS curves and tailor network usage. The Smart mode is selected by default and promises a sensible balance between performance and power. There’s also the ROG power saving mode that limits screen resolution to 720p, reducing the GPU’s workload and the amount of data transferred over the memory bus. The power firewall feature (off by default) detects “power-intensive” background apps and automatically closes them.
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