Honor 9 Lite First Camera Photo Samples Are Outstanding
Huawei just announced the Honor 9 Lite earlier today. The phone comes with a full-screen display and four cameras. yes, you heard that right. It has a dual camera on the back as well as on the front of the phone. This means you can shoot some amazing selfies with DSLR like blur effect using the front camera. Both the front back cameras are a combination of 13MP+2MP sensors.
Just like the earlier Honor phones with dual camera setups, one is a color sensor while the other one is a monochrome one. The monochrome lens not only makes the phone catch more light but also helps the phone in achieving a better high dynamic range (HDR) and makes up for that bokeh effect.
If the specs mentioned on paper are not enough to impress you, here are the first camera samples of the Honor 9 Lite which shows how great the camera is on this budget phone. While the photos look outstanding, it should also be noted that the photos might have been shot by a professional photographer and might also have been a bit tempered with. We can’t be sure as these are the official Honor 9 Lite camera samples.
To measure the actual quality of the camera, we should wait for some third party photos to pop up somewhere soon. We will also try to get our hands on this beauty as soon as possible. Check out the camera samples below, and tell us what do you think about the camera quality of the Honor 9 Lite.
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