Honor 9 Lite - £159.99 at John Lewis
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Honor 9 Lite - £159.99 at John Lewis

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Bought many thanks. Scorching deal You don't get the heat you deserve as people might view your post as too lazy. Cheaper than the Argos deal yesterday with free delivery and 2 year warranty!! I'm glad they did not prize match yesterday!
Here you go:

The Honor 9 Lite is innovative, stylish and packed with technology. Featuring a dual 13MP + 2MP front facing camera, as well as a dual 13MP + 2MP rear camera, the Honor 9 Lite seems far more ground-breaking and practical thanks to this pair, rather than some other ennui-suffering mobile phones which cost a great deal more. If that’s not enough, there’s a handy headphone jack, a memory card slot to expand the hard drive and a fingerprint scanner to protect your personal information.

Great qualities
32GB is a fair amount of storage, however with photos, music, your films and apps, it quickly fills up. Not to worry as the Honor 9 Lite has a handy memory card slot – pop in a memory card that you’ve previously purchased (up to 256GB) and away you go. Unlocking is easy thanks to the fast-to-use fingerprint scanner, located on the rear of the phone; one touch and away you go. Another helpful feature is the 3.5mm headphone jack – there’s no need to hunt for an adapter, you’re all set.

Super cameras
Thanks to its dual 13MP + 2MP front and rear cameras, the Honor 9 Lite will provide you with both high resolution and emmersive pictures to help capture your magic moments, no matter if you’re after some super selfies, or a beautiful panoramic landscape shot.

Big screen
With a 18:9 screen, the Honor 9 Lite gives you huge visual real estate for your gaming sessions or checking out your social media account. Additionally, the handy Screen Split function means you can watch a video, while still message your friends.

Additional information: manufacturers often update their Operating System (OS) software over the course of a device’s lifespan – this means that your product might ship with a more advanced OS than specified.
Edited by: "ChowYunFat" 19th Mar
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Ordered, Thanks OP
Excellent price!

Very good phone apparently considering price - John Lewis warrranty makes this very attractive!
Wow...what a price with a 2 year warranty
Wait a sec, according to the description, it only supports "Wi-Fi- 802.11b/g/n" so no AC or 5 GHz support?
ro88818 m ago

Wait a sec, according to the description, it only supports "Wi-Fi- …Wait a sec, according to the description, it only supports "Wi-Fi- 802.11b/g/n" so no AC or 5 GHz support?


Not too sure what that means. Could you explain please, thanks.
mrscott3121 m ago

Not too sure what that means. Could you explain please, thanks.


Wireless AC is much faster Wi-Fi standard (4 to 10x of B/G/N standard) which should have been supported by most modern mobile phones, even the cheap MTK Chinese phones support it 3 years ago.

Without AC, you might have conjection issues or slow Wi-Fi in many places nowadays.
Bought last month for £199 and it's an amazing phone especially the cameras very impressed. Used my John Lewis card and received the £5 voucher in the post last week.
I bought this 2 days ago for the original price of £199 ive just re bought this one for £159.99 and i will bring back the other one
Thanks for this - just bought one.....
How would this compare to my Mrs' old Xiaomi Mi 5? Thanks
ro8881 h, 26 m ago

Wait a sec, according to the description, it only supports "Wi-Fi- …Wait a sec, according to the description, it only supports "Wi-Fi- 802.11b/g/n" so no AC or 5 GHz support?



Yes it doesn't have 5Ghz
OOS
Admast792 h, 5 m ago

OOS


Was a proper hot uk deal then!

Would still be in stock if it wasnt for Hotukdeals i bet!
ro8885 h, 21 m ago

Wireless AC is much faster Wi-Fi standard (4 to 10x of B/G/N standard) …Wireless AC is much faster Wi-Fi standard (4 to 10x of B/G/N standard) which should have been supported by most modern mobile phones, even the cheap MTK Chinese phones support it 3 years ago.Without AC, you might have conjection issues or slow Wi-Fi in many places nowadays.


So is this a good deal for the price or not
The terrible (IMO) miui / ios-clone skin ruins this for me.

Once you try stock android, difficult to go back such skins, and especially one modelled after ios, of all things
elbs1 h, 35 m ago

The terrible (IMO) miui / ios-clone skin ruins this for me.Once you try …The terrible (IMO) miui / ios-clone skin ruins this for me.Once you try stock android, difficult to go back such skins, and especially one modelled after ios, of all things


Nova launcher is good enough wouldn't get too fussy over stock on menu and that your limiting yourself to not many phones
Dm381 h, 54 m ago

Can't compare flagship to a mid range. You get what you pay for


The Mi5 is the same price if not less.. xD

But I get your point
elbs2 h, 55 m ago

The terrible (IMO) miui / ios-clone skin ruins this for me.Once you try …The terrible (IMO) miui / ios-clone skin ruins this for me.Once you try stock android, difficult to go back such skins, and especially one modelled after ios, of all things


Just install the Google Now Launcher, simple! That's what I have on my Honor 8!
mkohagan2 h, 23 m ago

Just install the Google Now Launcher, simple! That's what I have on my …Just install the Google Now Launcher, simple! That's what I have on my Honor 8!



in my experience, getting a launcher is a poor replacement for the stock ROM, not quite the same as having it baked in.. e.g. notifications etc don't work like stock android, and you lose the performance benefits gained from how well optimised stock android is
mkohagan14 h, 8 m ago

Just install the Google Now Launcher, simple! That's what I have on my …Just install the Google Now Launcher, simple! That's what I have on my Honor 8!


Google Now Launcher
Message from Play Store - "Your device isn't compatible with this version."
Back in stock but £10 more.
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