When you examine the specifications of the Honor 9 it seems remarkably similar to the Huawei Mate 9 or the P10, but with an official beginning price of $449 in Europe you're receiving a great deal of call for a good deal less than most other high-end mobiles. You don't get the Leica branding onto the lens, but you do receive a double camera set up with hybrid zoom and the exact same sleek design language from the Honor 8. Let's see in my entire Huawei Honor 9 review.
The Honor 9 looks very similar to the Honor 8 and that's a great thing! The design makes the phone seem considerably more lavish compared to its cost bracket and it has an total premium feel to it. The double glass panel design is not unique in that we've found it on other phones by other OEMS, but Honor's variant is fantastic and the back panel has an interesting light-refracting composition that empowers some sporty reflective patterns. Honor have achieved this using nano textures carved to the glass by photo etching.
The front and back 3D glass panels curve down to match with the sandblasted metal frame. Maintaining the phone is simple if you're gripping it on the framework, but if you're relying more on the rear panel, or even have it placed on a smooth surface, then it may be a little slippery. There is a plastic bumper/case within the box for those who'd love to add an excess layer of security.
Beneath the display is the house button/fingerprint reader along with two navigation keys. Tapping the fingerprint reader will be the same as physically pressing a tactile home button on different apparatus. The navigation keys are indicated by two little dots and they are able to be configured in the program to match your chosen orientation (see more below).
The volume and power buttons may both be found on the right border of the telephone, despite the fact that there's an IR blaster near the top of the device which can be employed to control TVs and other household appliances. The SIM/microSD tray is on the left and around the bottom edge you have the only speaker grill, the more USB Type-C interface for charging the 3,200 mAh battery, along with the 3.5millimeter headphone jack.