Honor 70 review

The Honor 70 is also a direct successor to the Honor 50 from December last year and there are only a few changes made to the newer model. We’ve got a slightly upgraded SoC, newer Android with Magic UI 6.1 on top and more importantly, new cameras.
Check out our video review to learn ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW about the Honor 70’s top features, build and screen quality, battery life, performance, and camera image quality.

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00:00 – Intro
00:23 – Design and build quality
00:56 – Display (6.67” OLED, 1080p) quality test
01:55 – Speaker quality test
02:22 – Android 12, Magic UI 6.1
02:56 – Snapdragon 778G+ 5G
03:32 – Battery life (4800mAh) and charging speed
04:02 – Main cameras
04:12 – Daylight image quality, rear cameras
05:00 – Low-light image quality, rear cameras
05:50 – Selfie camera image and video quality
06:00 – Video quality, rear cameras
06:42 – Conclusion



  1. The fundamental problem of Honor is that it cannot be as big as Huawei once was. They are a handful of workers compared to Huawei's hundreds of thousands. They don't have the technologies and patents to make their products great, and their prices wouldn't be as low as they should be.

    Don't get me wrong, competition is great for the consumer. Huawei was a major player pushing the industry forward.

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