Retail cost for the Honour 8A in Pakistan is Rs. 19,999. The retail pricing of Honour mobile devices covered by an approved warranty is controlled by authorised dealers and warranty providers.
The absence of a fingerprint scanner in the new Honour phone model 8A indicates that face unlock will be the new method of security used when this device is released. Although the technology isn’t too old, the Honour 8A looks to have this security, making it lovely and simple for anyone to simply hold his phone and unlock it without inserting fingers anywhere on the phone. The face unlock on the Honour 8A works well and accurately, allowing you to quickly unlock your phone by holding it up to your face. This has a screen that is quite large, measuring up to 6.08 inches. The Honour 8A has an IPS LCD screen with a resolution of 720 x 1560 pixels, which means that it supports HD Plus displays enabling customers to enjoy greater visual quality. Honour created the 8A for people who couldn’t buy expensive high-end devices that are out of the price range of most consumers whose budgets couldn’t cover the cost of such products. Honour equipped the 8A with an octa-core CPU that maintains it reliable even while running demanding apps. The processor’s operating frequency is 2.3 GHz, which is higher than the 8A’s other specifications. To accomplish the everyday multitasking, 2 GB of RAM is used, and 32 GB of internal storage is used to store data and carry out other duties. There is also a 64 GB internal storage option for this new 8A type, however it is slightly more expensive than the base model. The Pie operating system won’t be here for long, but this smartphone already has it. Additionally, the 8A has a custom user interface that is used to fix the operating system’s shortcomings. With this unique user interface, the phone functions without any major problems. Honor’s 8A has a 3020 mAh battery, which is little less than the power it consumes, but it can still keep the duties going without failing you.