In a way, you can use your OP3 with just a tempered glass & no case if you don't drop it much. I might have dropped my current phone maybe just 3-4 times over the course of a year, none of them major drops.My old E970 had a glass back. I didn't even use it till I got a TPU case. I still use a spigen case on my OP3.
To make the phone safe from drops, getting a thicker case makes a lot of sense.
If the notch was removed, screen to body ratio would increase. Take hints from Samsung. They didn't copy notch.Of course, the post notable feature of the Honor 9N’s display is the notch. Its located just above the display and houses the front camera, earpiece and sensors.
Thanks to the notch, the phone is able to offer a relatively high screen-to-body ratio of 79%.
However, Honor realises that not everyone is a fan of the new notched design. So, the Honor 9N offers users an option to hide the notch if they want to.
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Honor’s newest smartphone, the Honor 9N continues Honor’s aim of offering users value for their money. Here’s a quick look at what the phone has to offer.
The first thing anyone will notice about the Honor 9N is the design. The phone sports a dual-glass design with a metal frame sandwiched in the middle.
At the front, you get a 5.84-inch display with a Full HD+ resolution of 2280 x 1080 pixels. Like most smartphones currently available in the market, the phone sports a notch on top of the display. However, this can be hidden by the user.
The phone is powered by an octa-core Kirin 659 SoC. It also comes with 4GB RAM and offer 64GB of storage. The storage space can be expanded by up to 256GB via a microSD card.
At the back of the phone is a dual-rear camera setup consisting of a 13MP + 2MP combination. At the front is a 16MP unit.
The phone sports a 300mAh battery and runs EMUI 8, which is based on Android Oreo v8.0.
So, which is your favourite feature of the Honor 9N? Do you think something can be improved on in the phone’s successor? Sound off below.
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Why did Honor relaunch 9 Lite with a stupid notch and call it 9N?