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How the Honor 7A solves 4 common smartphone issues

Honor launched early this month, the Honor 7A smartphone. It’s a budget-friendly, entry-level device but it’s capable of addressing four common issues experienced by smartphone users. Check them out below.

Pain Point #1: Small screen

Users nowadays love watching videos and playing games on their smartphones. However, the experience wouldn’t be that satisfying if your device had a small screen. The Honor 7A addresses that by having a 5.7-inch screen with 18:9 aspect ratio. In addition, it has a 1440 x 720 screen resolution or equal to 283ppi. So whether you’re streaming on YouTube or Netflix, or playing your favorite games like PUBG Mobile or Mobile Legends, the Honor 7A can provide you with a decent viewing experience.

Pain Point #2: Limited slots for SIM and microSD

Smartphones nowadays, including flagship devices, lack memory expansion or doesn’t have a dedicated microSD card slot. For users who have plenty of files like photos and videos, 16GB, 32GB, even 64GB are not enough. The Honor 7A solves it by having a dedicated microSD card slot so users can easily use their existing cards and transfer their files or purchase big capacity cards so they can store more data. And since it has a dedicated microSD card, the Honor 7A now has full support for two SIM cards so users can maximize its connectivity features.

Pain Point #3: Poor selfie quality

Filipinos love taking selfies, which means we demand more for from smartphones when it comes to the front camera. In the case of the Honor 7A, it is equipped with an 8MP front camera with F/2.2 aperture for brighter images, LED flash for selfies in the dark, Beauty mode, and Portrait mode for more attractive shots.

Pain Point #4: Poor audio quality

Audio is one of the weaknesses of smartphones as those tiny speakers have limited output. The Honor 7A solves that problem by sporting a SMART PA amplifier which it claims to deliver audio as loud as 88 dB. That’s not all though as it features a Party mode which allows the Honor 7A to connect to up to 8 other Honor devices to build a surround-sound speaker array for a better-sounding, more immersive audio.

And those are the most common pain points of smartphone users. The good news is, they don’t need to break the bank just to solve them. The Honor 7A (3GB RAM + 32GB storage) is available from July 17 at Shopee, Lazada and select stores for only Php7,990. For the complete list of stores, click here.

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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