Honor 70 review: A solid Android phone value

Honor 70 Specs

Starting price: €549
Display: 6.67-inch FHD OLED
Refresh rate: 120Hz
chipsets: Snapdragon 778G Plus
Storage: 128GB/256GB
Rear cameras: 54MP main (f/1.9), 50MP ultrawide (f/2.2), 2MP depth camera (f/2.4)
Front-camera: 32MP selfie
Battery: 4,800mAh
Charging: 66W wired
Software: Android 12 with Magic UI 6.1
Size: 161.4mm (L) x 73.3mm (W) x 7.91mm
Weight: 178g
Colours: Midnight Black, Emerald Green, Icelandic Frost, Crystal Silver

The Honor 70 may be arriving late to this year’s midrange phone party, but it’s still making quite an entrance. While not as attractively priced as some of its rivals, Honor justifies the cost by equipping the Honor 70 with an excellent display, quick charging, long battery life and effective cameras. Those last two are particularly welcome to see, as they were weak spots with last year’s Honor 50.

But flaws remain with the Honor 70, most notably a limited update schedule and humdrum performance, which holds back the Honor 70’s gaming abilities despite a great big screen.

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