Honor 8 Software Setup And Camera
One thing not found is an app drawer. Every installed app takes residence on the home screen. The good news here is that the phone isn't bogged down by a bunch of bloat, which is one of the benefits of not having the Honor 8 tied to a specific wireless carrier. And while there's no app drawer, swiping down from the top brings up the notification bar and shortcuts to various settings, such as brightness controls, Wi-Fi, and so forth.
Huawei provides an assortment of themes and wallpapers to play with. Users can also add widgets, apply different transition effects, and toggle a few fine grain controls, such as whether to let the home screen loop and if shaking the device should realign the home screen icons.
Some will like Huawei's skin, some won't. Objectively, however, navigating is made smooth and effortless by the Kirin 950 SoC—we didn't experience any lag or hiccups while bouncing around menus and settings.
Huawei Honor 8 And Sample Camera Shots
Taking solid shots is also largely dependent upon the skill level of the person taking them. Of course, it helps to have access to a wealth of settings and capable filters, and the Honor 8 provides those things. If shooting photos is one of the primary things you do with a smartphone, the Honor 8 won't leave you wanting for a better phone.