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The Honor 7C is a beautiful smartphone but the handset gets a lot of competition from its own brand. It has a modern, ergonomic design but the size is on the bigger side. The display is bezel-less but we do not get Full HD+ resolution. The interface is very stable based on the latest Oreo OS from Android. The overall performance is great, battery life is good but there is no fast charging. The camera department can also click some great images. So if you want to purchase a good smartphone at this range, go for the Honor 7C. In case you would want to check out the competition, then take a look at the Redmi Note 5, Honor 9 Lite and Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1.
After launching the Honor 9 Lite in January 2018, Huawei is back with couple of new affordable bezel-less smartphones. Here, we are talking about the Honor 7C, which was launched in India back in May 2018. It is a modern and good looking smartphone. Despite of having a full-screen display, the 7C is not completely bezel-less like the 9 Lite or 7X. Also, a major change in the 7C is that the phone is powered by a Snapdragon processor instead of the in-house Kirin processor which is usually seen in Honor smartphones. Let us check out the Honor 7C review to find out if you should purchase this smartphone or give it is a miss. However, do take a look at its specifications first.
The Honor 7C is powered by a Snapdragon 450 octa-core processor, that comes with both 3GB and 4GB RAM along with both 32GB and 64GB internal memory (expandable up to 256GB). The phone sports a 5.99-inch HD+ bezel-less display and runs on Emotion UI 8.0 based on Android 8.0 Oreo OS out of the box. In the camera department, we get a dual lens setup at the back (13 megapixel primary lens and 2 megapixel secondary lens) along with a 8 megapixel selfie camera on the front. A fingerprint sensor is found at the back. There is Dual SIM connectivity along with 4G VoLTE support. Others include 3G HSPA+, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2 LE and GPS/GLONASS. In the sensor section, we get an accelerometer, magnetometer, ambient light and proximity sensor. Under the hood, there is a 3000mAh non-removable battery.
The Honor 7C looks quite premium and is made up of metal. The build quality is outstanding and the metal body feels very solid in hands. The design feels very fresh and modern. We get a large-sized display and hence the phone does not feel compact. It is on the taller side but you will easily get used to the size but you have to use both hands in most cases to use the phone properly. The phone is quite slim (7.8mm) but the weight (164 grams) is on the neutral side for a big phone. The curved edges provide a good grip and the metal back has a matte finish. You should use a protective case as it tends to slip out from hands due to its size.
Starting with the front side, we get a 5.99-inch display panel along with a selfie camera, earpiece along with couple of sensors. There are on-screen navigation buttons and hence we do not get capacitive buttons. We get the Honor branding on the bottom chin. The volume rocker and power/lock buttons are located on the right side, while the left side houses the slot for SIM and microSD cards. The 3.5mm audio jack, microUSB port, primary microphone and loudspeaker are located at the bottom while the top remains clean. Moving on to the back, we get dual rear cameras along with the secondary microphone and LED flash on the top left. The fingerprint sensor sits below the cameras and the Honor branding is found at the bottom. The back cover is non-removable but a 3000mAh battery (non-removable) sits underneath. Overall, the Honor 7C has a modern design along with good hardware.
The Honor 7C rocks a 5.99-inch bezel-less full-screen IPS display with a resolution of 1440 x 720 pixels (HD+). It is not a compact display and is much bigger than Honor 9 Lite's 5.65-inch screen size. So in case you have small hands, you might want to opt for a different Honor phone. The edge-to-edge panel looks brilliant, even when the screen remains off. It is vivid, crisp and bright. However, the resolution is not the best as we do not get Full HD+ resolution here. The viewing angles are good and sunlight legibility is moderately decent. The colors are neutral the display is tailor-made for watching high-definition content. We also get a 2.5D curved glass on top of the display to protect it from daily wear and tear. However, it will not be able to protect it from any physical damage, hence always use a protective case and try not to drop the phone.
The touch response of the Honor 7C is very fluid and lag free. It is mostly due to the good display quality, smooth interface and 2.5D curved glass on top of the display. Overall, the Honor 7C has a big, full-screen 18:9 display but the resolution could have been better.
The Honor 7C is powered by a Snapdragon 450 octa-core processor clocked at 1.8GHz and it comes in both 3GB and 4GB RAM variants. It is one of the best chipsets from the house of Qualcomm that you can get in this price range and it can handle all the basic day-to-day tasks with super ease. The most popular apps and games open fairly quickly since they are very well optimized. There is no lag in the interface while performing basic and advanced tasks. If you want to perform intense multitasking, then go for the 4GB RAM model but the 3GB RAM edition is not a slouch either and performs very well too. In terms of gaming, this phone is capable of running almost all the games but most high graphics intensive ones might run at medium settings. The Honor 7C comes with both 32GB and 64GB of internal storage, out of which you will get around 25GB and 52GB of free space, simultaneously. There is a dedicated microSD card slot and hence you can buy the lower storage variant as well. The fingerprint sensor is placed at the back and it is very quick to unlock the phone and has a great accuracy as well.
Now talking about the connectivity department, there is Dual SIM (nano) support. We also get 4G VoLTE connectivity and it has dual 4G capability, so you can use both data connections at the same time. The battery capacity of the Honor 7C is 3000mAh (non-removable) and it does not have fast charging support. You will get almost one day of battery life with moderate usage but if you are a heavy user, then it will not last a day.
Overall, the Honor 7C is a great performer in most of the
The Honor 7C packs in dual rear cameras (13 megapixel primary camera and 2 megapixel secondary camera). The primary rear cameras can capture good photos in natural day lighting conditions and we get a lot of details in the images. The colors are quite accurate as well. However, in low lighting and indoor areas, the photos had some amount of grain and lacked details as well. The second lens helps in capturing portrait images with depth of field effect but it only works well in perfect lighting conditions. You can only get good portrait images in great outdoor lighting. The focusing mechanism is fairly quick and accurate. Landscape pictures with HDR mode came out very well and macro shots had a lot of depth of field. On the front, we get a 8 megapixel selfie camera and it can click pretty good photos too. Standard features such as beauty mode and filters are also available for enhancing the selfies.
The camera app of the Honor 7C has a simple and easy to use interface. There are a lot of shooting modes including a pro mode but if you're a novice mobile photographer, you should stick to Auto Mode for best results. Both the front and rear camera setup can shoot Full HD videos and the quality is quite good. Overall, the Honor 7C has a good set of cameras on both sides of the phone.
The machine drilled speaker holes of the Honor 7C are placed on the right bottom. The loudspeaker is audible and the audio quality is very good. There was no sound distortion even at the highest volume levels. However, your palms will block audio and cause distortion when you are holding the phone and playing games or watching videos since the speaker is located at the bottom. The default music player has all the necessary features and thus you will not need any additional app for playing offline music but you can download Saavn or any other app if you want to stream online music.
The Honor 7C can play both Full HD and 4K videos without any issues because it has a capable processor and a solid display. There is no bundled earphone in the package and thus you have to purchase a good pair of earphones if you already do not have one. Overall, the Honor 7C offers a great audio and video experience for a budget smartphone.
Out of the box, the Honor 7C runs on Emotion UI 8.0 based on Android 8.0 Oreo OS. It is the latest and best OS from the house of Google and to get it on a budget smartphone feels very good. Also, you can expect a major OS update for this smartphone next year. Emotion UI from the house of Huawei has evolved a lot and EMUI 8.0 is the best version till date. EMUI is very stable right now and it looks quite sleek and polished as well. It offers a lot of customizable features starting from built-in themes to gestures. You can change the look of the interface according to your choice. You also have the option of App twin which enables you to log in to two different accounts for the same app at the same time. It is very helpful for handling multiple accounts of social media and messaging apps. There are some pre-installed apps (bloatware) on the 7C but you can easily uninstall them if you do not wish to use them. In case you do not like the EMUI interface for some reason and are more inclined to stock Android, then you can surely download third-party themes such as Pixel Launcher to get a different look.
Overall, the Honor 7C has a solid interface based on Oreo OS and it will get major updates in the future.
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