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Chinese hardware brand Honor is entering the gaming phone arena with its new Play model, which launched yesterday in India and today in Malaysia. The company is hoping to win over mobile gamers on a budget with a low-key device that, on the surface, is indistinguishable from most other Android handsets with a notched display.
I got a chance to try out the new phone in Kuala Lumpur, and from my brief time with the Honor Play, it seems like a good deal. You’re essentially getting a Huawei P20 Pro – minus the Leica camera systems and 2GB less RAM – for a third of the price (the 4GB/64GB version costs INR 19,999 ($291) and 1,249 MYR in Malaysia).
With Android 8.1
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