The best thing about Huawei’s devices is that they’re every bit value for money. Whichever Huawei device you look at, it simply shouldn’t be offering more than it is in the price it is being sold. Among many others, the Huawei G8 Dual-SIM is one of those breathtaking beauties that will make you struggle for words. The G8 is a mid-range smartphone. When reading its specifications, one can easily presume that it is a flagship. Much to our own amazement, this is not the case. The G8 was built as a lite version for the Huawei Mate S but if you call the G8 lite, one would wonder what a beast a non-lite version would be. G8 packs everything you could and couldn’t imagine.
Body and Display
First of all, we’d like to blow your minds away that the G8 Dual-SIM comes in with a curved display! Yes, a curved display and if you’re in love with curvy displays, Huawei’s G8 is your most practical bet as it is much less pricier than the other curved display smartphones in the market a.k.a Note Edge, S6 Edge etc. The phone’s curves are beautifully complemented by its IPS LCD capacitive 401ppi pixel density touchscreen which will give you a heads-up interface experience.
Huawei has consistently produced some of the very best smartphone cameras and the G8 Dual-SIM is a smooth continuation of that process. The cameras have excellently lived up to their billing. The primary camera houses comprehensive features that include a 13 megapixel sensor, OIS, f/2.0 aperture lens and dual-tone LED flash.
The secondary camera has a 5 megapixel sensor with an f/2.4 aperture sized lens. Both the cameras do wonderfully well in complementing beautiful photography and clear video recording which gives the cameras a 10/10!
Hardware and Software
The G8 Dual-SIM is not just a show off. It makes fast processing a reality through its hardworking Quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 & quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53 processor. The smartphone is marketed in 2 variants separated by their RAM and internal storage so we’d recommend spending some extra bucks and getting the larger 3GB RAM one so that the performance of the built-in Android v5.1 isn’t compromised for a longer time.