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It is a really nice phone for £130.

Huawei Honor 5c
Huawei Honor 5c
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Released 2016, May
156g, 8.3mm thickness
Android OS, v6.0
16GB storage, microSD card slot
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5.2"
1080x1920 pixels
13MP
1080p
2GB RAM
HiSilicon Kirin 650
3000mAh
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Asia model has fingerprint sensor
Also known as Huawei Honor 7 Lite, Huawei GT3
NETWORK Technology
GSM / HSPA / LTE
LAUNCH Announced 2016, April
Status Available. Released 2016, May
BODY Dimensions 147.1 x 73.8 x 8.3 mm (5.79 x 2.91 x 0.33 in)
Weight 156 g (5.50 oz)
SIM Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
DISPLAY Type IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 5.2 inches (~68.7% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 1080 x 1920 pixels (~424 ppi pixel density)
Multitouch Yes
- Emotion UI 4.1
PLATFORM OS Android OS, v6.0 (Marshmallow)
Chipset HiSilicon Kirin 650
CPU Quad-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A53 + quad-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A53
GPU Mali-T830MP2
MEMORY Card slot microSD, up to 256 GB (uses SIM 2 slot)
Internal 16 GB, 2 GB RAM
CAMERA Primary 13 MP, f/2.0, autofocus, LED flash, check quality
Features Geo-tagging, touch focus, face/smile detection, panorama, HDR
Video [email protected], check quality
Secondary 8 MP, f/2.0
SOUND Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes
- Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
COMMS WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, hotspot
Bluetooth v4.1, A2DP, LE
GPS Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS/ BDS (region dependent)
Radio FM radio
USB microUSB v2.0
FEATURES Sensors Accelerometer, proximity, compass
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
Browser HTML5
Java No
- Xvid/MP4/H.265 player
- MP3/eAAC+/WAV/Flac player
- Document viewer
- Photo/video editor
BATTERY Non-removable 3000 mAh battery
MISC Colors Silver, Gray, Gold
Price group 4/10
TESTS Performance Basemark OS II 2.0: 1221 / Basemark X: 7735
Display Contrast ratio: 733 (nominal), 2.506 (sunlight)
Camera Photo / Video
Loudspeaker Voice 66dB / Noise 71dB / Ring 74dB
Audio quality Noise -90.4dB / Crosstalk -87.9dB
Battery life
Endurance rating 75h
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#1
Cold, have to pay £1 for Which....;)

Just kidding, good deal for both phones
#2
how's it £130? I can see the £20 off Which offer, but that's on orders over £150. this phone is £149.98 and then there's £1 for the Which trial. So what to but from appliances direct to put the order just over £150 and then factor in the £1 trial, I suspect it's more like £135-£140
#3
http://www.appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/902979231/electrolux-902979231-appliance-accessory

Add this to the bag and in total you will pay extra £2.95 for delivery.Around £134ish 8)
1 Like #4
I would expect very good battery lifeout of the 5c.

Unlike the competing 28nm Qualcomm Cortex A53 phones, this is built via the far more expensive 16nm FinFET Plus process.
#5
In the few weeks i've had it, I would say the Moto G4 battery life is DIRE compared to the Honor range. Honor have a fairly unique built-in way of stopping battery draining background apps, which the Moto does not. I've really noticed a difference. Anyone know of an equivalent app for the Moto to help prolong the battery?
#6
reggea86
http://www.appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/902979231/electrolux-902979231-appliance-accessory
Add this to the bag and in total you will pay extra £2.95 for delivery.Around £134ish 8)
Anyone know if this is the Asia model with fingerprint scanner?

Edited By: Pateo on Jul 31, 2016 22:07
#7
Seriously considered this, but apparently the OS gas been ruined by Huawei's meddling.
#8
This is the euro version with full warranty by Huawei/Honor.
#9
Pateo
Anyone know if this is the Asia model with fingerprint scanner?

It's not.

They have the Honor 5x for £150 with the voucher which does have one, it's bigger though


Edited By: Pondlife on Jul 31, 2016 23:10: .
#10
mb1
In the few weeks i've had it, I would say the Moto G4 battery life is DIRE compared to the Honor range. Honor have a fairly unique built-in way of stopping battery draining background apps, which the Moto does not. I've really noticed a difference. Anyone know of an equivalent app for the Moto to help prolong the battery?
Greenify? That said, I'm very happy with my g4 battery life.
1 Like #11
srennocks
how's it £130? I can see the £20 off Which offer, but that's on orders over £150. this phone is £149.98 and then there's £1 for the Which trial. So what to but from appliances direct to put the order just over £150 and then factor in the £1 trial, I suspect it's more like £135-£140


​cheers op :) Has anyone ordered it yet & the voucher was valid , or did something have to be added to take it over £150?
#12
mb1
In the few weeks i've had it, I would say the Moto G4 battery life is DIRE compared to the Honor range. Honor have a fairly unique built-in way of stopping battery draining background apps, which the Moto does not. I've really noticed a difference. Anyone know of an equivalent app for the Moto to help prolong the battery?


​I don't think it's unique at all. I believe that it's a feature or marshmallow
#13
Wadadli_Cooler
Seriously considered this, but apparently the OS gas been ruined by Huawei's meddling.


​Just install a different launcher - like Google Now for instance - & you'd be hard-pressed to tell the difference.
#14
The new update will come to the Huawei devices including Honors which will look very close to the stock Android as promised:/

I was thinking which is better 5c or p9 lite.Both same,but with no fp sensor on 5c.Now the price between these two is £30 with ongoing deals P9 lite with Vodafone costs £160!So considering that extra £30,it is a hard decision.

But for sure it both better than Lenovo Moto G4.
1 Like #15
LadyEleanor
I would expect very good battery lifeout of the 5c.

Unlike the competing 28nm Qualcomm Cortex A53 phones, this is built via the far more expensive 16nm FinFET Plus process.


​*flies over head meme*
#16
The Honor 5x gold is going for £159 making this £139 with he which deal. Any good? same website I meant to add

Edited By: yoruba on Jul 31, 2016 23:27
#17
anthony212
LadyEleanor
I would expect very good battery lifeout of the 5c.

Unlike the competing 28nm Qualcomm Cortex A53 phones, this is built via the far more expensive 16nm FinFET Plus process.


​*flies over head meme*


​im sure most here buying it will be thinking that over whilst making there calls and surfing fartbook ;)
#18
Crossbow
Wadadli_Cooler
Seriously considered this, but apparently the OS gas been ruined by Huawei's meddling.
​Just install a different launcher - like Google Now for instance - & you'd be hard-pressed to tell the difference.

Til you go to settings or pull down notifications or quick settings or anything else not launcher related :p
#19
I got the g4 other week for 130 , advantage over honor, stock android, updated o.s for two yrs, one of the first to get the N update , find battery good, also has has turbo charging, great price , amazing phone

Edited By: myself321 on Jul 31, 2016 23:37
#20
LadyEleanor
I would expect very good battery lifeout of the 5c.
Unlike the competing 28nm Qualcomm Cortex A53 phones, this is built via the far more expensive 16nm FinFET Plus process.
great battery life on my 5c.
#21
[img]http://i1255.photobucket.com/albums/hh634/ajax19972/Mobile%20Uploads/Screenshot_2016-07-29-14-36-09_zpsdmfr5xhs.png[/img]
http://i1255.photobucket.com/albums/hh634/ajax19972/Mobile%20Uploads/Screenshot_2016-07-29-14-25-39_zpscfxghuzn.png
I hope this works. Emui can be customized, but it close apps in the background I want open! Like a clipboard app I use, and it keeps turning off accessibility for lastpass. It uses it to import passwords to chrome and I have to re enable it everytime.

Edit:
[img]http://i1255.photobucket.com/albums/hh634/ajax19972/Mobile%20Uploads/Screenshot_2016-07-29-14-26-55_zpsmxtri5lb.png[/img]
http://i1255.photobucket.com/albums/hh634/ajax19972/Mobile%20Uploads/Screenshot_2016-08-01-00-17-21_zps9p3pgxpa.png

Edited By: titan131 on Aug 01, 2016 00:18: Add 2 photos
1 Like #22
titan131
[img]http://i1255.photobucket.com/albums/hh634/ajax19972/Mobile%20Uploads/Screenshot_2016-07-29-14-36-09_zpsdmfr5xhs.png[/img]http://i1255.photobucket.com/albums/hh634/ajax19972/Mobile%20Uploads/Screenshot_2016-07-29-14-25-39_zpscfxghuzn.png
I hope this works. Emui can be customized, but it close apps in the background I want open! Like a clipboard app I use, and it keeps turning off accessibility for lastpass. It uses it to import passwords to chrome and I have to re enable it everytime.

Only workaround would be CM :D
#23
UZOR
mb1
In the few weeks i've had it, I would say the Moto G4 battery life is DIRE compared to the Honor range. Honor have a fairly unique built-in way of stopping battery draining background apps, which the Moto does not. I've really noticed a difference. Anyone know of an equivalent app for the Moto to help prolong the battery?
​I don't think it's unique at all. I believe that it's a feature or marshmallow
honor 5c has its own battery manager .
http://i.imgur.com/1Mutx0U.jpg




Edited By: Tragedy on Aug 01, 2016 00:52: .
#24
has anyone here got a honor 5C? i want to know a few things:

1. is there a gyroscope so it's compatible with google cardboard VR games and pokemon go AR mode?
2. some website says sim2 and memory card slots share the same slot. what does that mean?
3. Do both sim1 and sim2 slots support 3G/4G?
#25
superivanho

2. some website says sim2 and memory card slots share the same slot. what does that mean?

Means you can either use 2nd sim or memory card but not both.
#26
Pondlife
superivanho

2. some website says sim2 and memory card slots share the same slot. what does that mean?
Means you can either use 2nd sim or memory card but not both.

i thought the same but that doesn't make any sense since memory card reader and sim card reader are different...do you own an actual Honor 5C?

Edited By: superivanho on Aug 01, 2016 08:23
1 Like #27
superivanho
Pondlife
superivanho

2. some website says sim2 and memory card slots share the same slot. what does that mean?
Means you can either use 2nd sim or memory card but not both.
i thought the same but that doesn't make any sense since memory card reader and sim card reader are different...do you own an actual Honor 5C?

Loads of phones have a second SIM card slot that can be used for Micro SD cards as well.
#28
Arkade
superivanho
Pondlife
superivanho

2. some website says sim2 and memory card slots share the same slot. what does that mean?
Means you can either use 2nd sim or memory card but not both.
i thought the same but that doesn't make any sense since memory card reader and sim card reader are different...do you own an actual Honor 5C?
Loads of phones have a second SIM card slot that can be used for Micro SD cards as well.

i see, thanks for the explanation. I need both sim cards and another memory card to be used at the same time so this phone is not good for me...
#29
If I hadn't got the 5x a few weeks ago (replace my moto G 2nd gen) then I would have definitely got the 5c instead. Slightly smaller screen, Android 6 and apparently less sluggish according to this site:

Huawei Honor 5C vs Huawei Honor 5X: How is the next generation different?

Really like the 5x btw and in compsarison to my previous moto g it's not sluggish at all.
1 Like #30
G4 looks a good price, anyone have one and want to comment on the overheating issues? Thinking of replacing a Voda Smart Ultra 6 with one and that's the only thing that concerns me :)
2 Likes #31
UZOR
mb1
In the few weeks i've had it, I would say the Moto G4 battery life is DIRE compared to the Honor range. Honor have a fairly unique built-in way of stopping battery draining background apps, which the Moto does not. I've really noticed a difference. Anyone know of an equivalent app for the Moto to help prolong the battery?
​I don't think it's unique at all. I believe that it's a feature or marshmallow

Doze, yes, but the Honor's have a built-in power system which zaps draining apps immediately (white list available). Doze also only kicks in after 30 minutes of non activity. It doesn't stop background draining apps as far as I know that well. You can see a bit of this power management in the screenshot above from @Tragedy.
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superivanho
Pondlife
superivanho

2. some website says sim2 and memory card slots share the same slot. what does that mean?
Means you can either use 2nd sim or memory card but not both.
i thought the same but that doesn't make any sense since memory card reader and sim card reader are different...do you own an actual Honor 5C?

The actual connections are on opposite sides of the slot so the sim card would be read from the top or the memory card from the bottom.
#33
HottyHotty
G4 looks a good price, anyone have one and want to comment on the overheating issues? Thinking of replacing a Voda Smart Ultra 6 with one and that's the only thing that concerns me :)
no over heating issues for me . mine came with 2 sim slots and sd slot
#34
myself321
HottyHotty
G4 looks a good price, anyone have one and want to comment on the overheating issues? Thinking of replacing a Voda Smart Ultra 6 with one and that's the only thing that concerns me :)
no over heating issues for me . mine came with 2 sim slots and sd slot


​I've had G4 a few weeks now and I love it. no overheating so far. And I'm a real phoneaholic
#35
HottyHotty
G4 looks a good price, anyone have one and want to comment on the overheating issues? Thinking of replacing a Voda Smart Ultra 6 with one and that's the only thing that concerns me :)

can i ask why you're thinking of getting rid of your vodafone SU6?

i'll be receiving my SU6 in a week so would be interested to know...
#36
this vs redmi note 3 pro, anyone?
#37
Tempted by the G4. Any good cases for it? Doesn't look to be an official flip shell available.
#38
elbs
HottyHotty
G4 looks a good price, anyone have one and want to comment on the overheating issues? Thinking of replacing a Voda Smart Ultra 6 with one and that's the only thing that concerns me :)
can i ask why you're thinking of getting rid of your vodafone SU6?
i'll be receiving my SU6 in a week so would be interested to know...
It's not actually my phone, thinking of replacing for someone else. No great black marks against, imo is an incredible phone for the money. However person using it came from a Nexus and just finds a few things a bit annoying with the interface Etc. Figure the Motorola possibly a better fit given how close it is to stock android.
#39
I bought Moto g4 from john lewis and picked it up today for £160, can I ask them to price match it ? Also does this shop comes with 2 years warranty from appliance direct ? Thanks in advance

Edited By: TrollForce on Aug 01, 2016 16:52
#40
Trying to choose between these two phones. Can't find many UK reviews of the Honor 5C for some reason but it looks very good for the price. Leaning towards the G4 Plus due to the camera though..

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