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The difference between Honor 9 and Honor 8

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If you're looking for a relatively affordable mid-level iphone replacement screen then Honor's unveiling of the Honor 9 may well have sparked your interest - and not just because of its spangly Sapphire Blue finish. For this £380 phone delivers plenty of bang for your buck.

Compared to last year's Honor 8, the newer model delivers some nips and tucks on the design front, enhanced dual cameras, along with revamped innards for greater power - but without a significant price bump between the two generations.

<CENTER>Honor 9 vs Honor 8: What's the difference?</CENTER>

Here's the skinny on how the Honor 9 differs from the Honor 8.

Honor 9 vs Honor 8: Design

Honor 8: 145.5 x 71 x 7.5mm; 153g

Honor 9: 147.3 x 70.9 x 7.45mm; 155g

Honor 8: rear-mounted fingerprint scanner

Honor 9: front-mounted ceramic fingerprint scanner

At first glance the two phones have a similar look - mainly because of that distinct blue finish (grey-white and black are also available in the Honor 9) and the way it catches light. In the Honor 9 the rear is a 15 layer build, with a three-dimensional curve for added depth.

The Honor 9 also does away with the rear-positioned fingerprint scanner of the Honor 8, instead placing a ceramic one to the front, much like a Home key as you'll find on an increasing number of devices these days.

Size-wise, it's great to see the Honor 9 sticking to a similar footprint to the earlier Honor 8. This isn't a giant iphone replacement - there's the Honor 8 Pro for that - which means it's easy to hold in the one hand. The Honor 9 has even trimmed a couple of millimetres in width compared to the Honor 8.

Honor 9 vs Honor 8: Display

Honor 8: 5.2-inch, 1920 x 1080 resolution IPS LCD

Honor 9: 5.15-inch, 1920 x 1080 resolution IPS LCD with 2.5D glass

By marginally condensing the size of the device, the Honor 9 also has an ever so slightly smaller screen than the Honor 8: it's 5.15-inches rather than 5.2-inches.

Resolution is one and the same for the two devices, however, at 1080p. No qHD resolution to be found here, but that's no surprise and, realistically, not a necessary spec requirement at this scale and price point.

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