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Huawei Honor 5C prices in Singapore

A smartphone powerhouse is what the Huawei Honor 5C in a nutshell. This device is designed to do so much more than just carry out the usual grind that your smartphone does every day. It offers a high-caliber user experience made for those who wants to exploit a midrange smartphone to its full potential. Check out this awesome device right here!

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Huawei Honor 5C Price by Country
Malaysia MYR 659
Philippines PHP 8,137
Singapore SGD 213
Vietnam VND 3,990,000

About Huawei Honor 5C Singapore

Huawei Honor 5C: A Cut Above the Rest

The Huawei Honor 5C is also known as the L7 Lite. It’s a close relative of the brand’s highly acclaimed flagship device which is the Huawei P9. This power player from Huawei is yet another exhibit of Huawei’s relentless feat in streamlining all of its devices with the best hardware in the market today. The Huawei Honor 5C comes with a lot of honorable offerings from the inside to the outside: A 1.7 GHz Octa-core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage which is expandable via microSD slot up to 128GB, and an impressive pair of the camera (13MP primary camera and 8MP front). It’s basically a flagship quality device that’s disguised as a mid-tier phone offered at a midrange price tag.

Small Chip, Big Punch

The Huawei Honor 5C is armed with an ultra-high performance chipset that could make gaming seamless due to its 100% increase in GPU performance. The chip’s processor is an Octa-core processor which have cores clocked at 2 settings: 4Cortex at 2.0GHz and 4xCortex at 1.7 GHz. The graphic department is also blessed with an equally powerful GPU which is the Mali-T830 MP2 GPU. To top it all is a 2GB RAM for a massive multitasking support. There’ really nothing much to complain about this phone when it comes to performance because it gives you a flagship tier that quality for a midrange price tag.

Cutting Edge Camera

The 13 MP primary camera of the Huawei Honor 5C is made of 5P macro lens which produces crystal clear shots. The primary camera features a rapid capture capability, thanks to its lightning fast auto-focus and shutter speed. Taking a jump shot pic will be easy-peasy with the Huawei Honor 5C camera. Aside from that, the camera sensor comes with an automatic scene recognition feature; it’s smart enough to know what kind of camera setting you need basing on the lighting condition you’re in. The selfie camera of this smartphone is not far behind in terms of performance either. It comes with an unrivaled 8 MP Sony/Hynix front camera that could easily sensationalize your selfies!

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-09-14
Affordable price, Decent midrange performance, Solid build, The NotsoGood, No standout features that makes it a must buy, Score, 80%, Value, 80%, Design, 70%, Performance, 60%, Features, 80%, Usability, 74%, Total
Throughout the time I was using the Honor 5C for review purposes, a voice at the back of my head was nagging me. For the whole week or so, that voice annoyed me constantly whenever I whipped out the phone, and yet I couldn't for the life of me work out wh...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-06
Affordable, Fingerprint sensorAverage camera
This year, smartphone makers haven't been (in our opinion) innovating much, but are instead engaged in an ‘arms race' to deliver better specs, better components. The honor 5C is the same, aiming to do so with a lower price point.The honor 5C unit we recei...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-17
You may have seen recently the little photo special our Dear Leader posted on the Honor 5c . Recently Huawei have caused significant disruption in the phone market both with their own devices and sub-brand Honor devices. Devices such as the Honor 6 Plus ...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-16
The Honor 5C is currently the Huawei sub-brand's most widely available phone. With balanced specs and a decent price tag, It looks like Honor's got another winner on their hands. We've received a review unit courtesy of Huawei, and today we'll be unboxing...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-08
Honor's new entry-level model is better value than the 5X — but this £150 phone still comes with a few compromises.When you're selling a phone around the £150 mark, it's less about of what you put in it and more about what's left out. In the past, Motorol...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-04
Excellent battery life, good performance, improved user interface, beautiful display, fast fingerprint sensor, decent camerasLacks fast charging feature, soso speakers
The beautiful 5.2in screen is of the IPS (in-plane switching) variety, which has better viewing angles and colours – something not ­commonly found on a budget phone.It has no physical buttons for navigation – instead you get virtual buttons that are confi...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-04
When the honor 5X ( Amazon ) was announced in CES 2016, it was one of the most anticipated smartphones to hit the market in 2016. After all, it offers a 5.5″ full HD display with a metal allow body, a second-generation rim-free fingerprint reader, and a Q...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-03
At just £150 SIM-free, it doesn’t take much detective work to find where Honor has tightened the purse-strings: the 5X’s rear-facing fingerprint sensor has now completely disappeared, and the screen has shrunk from 5.5in down to a slightly more pocket-fri...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-22
This is not the first Honor phone that has passed through our labs. We have seen the bigger brother Honor 5X getting great comments from our reviewers, and who can forget the flagship specced Honor 7 that was priced like a mid-ranger?The Honor 5C is the l...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-22
Beautiful design, screen size, and quality, fingerprint sensorCamera produces grainy images in low light conditions
IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, HiSilicon Kirin 6250, quad-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A53 CPU, Mali-T830 GPU, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM, MicroSD up to 128, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/nPros: Beautiful design, screen size, and quality, fingerprint sensorCons: Camera p...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-20
Premium design, Latest iteration of Android with useful features, Multipurpose fingerprint reader,  Average battery life, Camera performance doesn't match the competition
There are two type of smartphone brands – those that follow a carpet-bombing approach to offer more choice, and those that have a clearly differentiated portfolio to target different customers. Huawei's sub-brand Honor falls in the latter category, since...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-15
The Honor 5C is the latest in Honor's range of affordable smartphones, the Honor 5C is also known as Honor 7 Lite in other countries and as with the name suggests, it is similar to both the Honor 7 and Honor 5X.The unmistakable center positioned camera wi...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-13
Honor has not been one of the oldest smartphone brands in the industry, but its parent company Huawei has been known for its expertise in its area. Much like Huawei, Honor has also been quite efficient in putting an impression among the consumers around t...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-11
superb Full HD panel, priceperformance, decent photos in bright light, modern Android, NFC, high performance, good call quality, useful battery life, dualSIMsleek casing, nonremovable battery, either second SIM or microSD, no USB OTG, no App2SD, limited wireless frequencies, a lot of bloatware, poor camera quality in lowlight, relatively heavy
It's an honor. A superb screen and decent camera wrapped in a metal casing - the Honor 5C makes a big impression for below 200 Euros. Find out in the test report whether the 5.2-inch smartphone is really that great...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-10
Good ergonomics, Decent camera, Good battery lifeSlight sluggishness in overall performance, Nothing that really attracts a buyer
A few months back, when we reviewed the Honor 5X, there were a number of aspects that we did not entirely appreciate. The device had notable stutters, the camera was not class-leading, and even its overall build quality, despite being all-metal, was nothi...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-08
Honor smartphones have gained a lot of attention in past few years as they provide a real value for money. Honor 5C is the latest budget smartphone from Huawei offering a top tech at a bargain price of ₹10,999. The metallic finish handset has some really...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-07
Huawei's value driven smartphone range, Honor, has always provided respectable smartphones ever since it was introduced in India. Handsets like the Honor 6, Honor 7 and the Honor 5X have all been well received. Now we have the latest budget offering from...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-07
Great size, Good ergonomics, Good battery life, Good performanceAverage camera, Should have reduced its price in light of competition,Could have done with more RAM, to keep up
Don't sneeze at Huawei. It's the brand that overtook Apple in China's smartphone market. With India's growth potential in mobiles, the company is carving it's place out in the country - but it's tough going, so fierce is the competition.One of its recentl...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-05
Great camera experience, Premium design touches, Good performance, Solid battery lifeLacklustre video performance, Screen is a little washed out, Fingerprint prone screen, Middling design
Honor 5C review: Honor is gunning hard for best affordable smartphone of 2016 with the new Honor 5C , but does it make the grade?Overall the 5C doesn't look like a particularly impressive phone; it's unassuming, somewhat generic alongside the slew of othe...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-05
Honor recently launched its 5C smartphone in India. Priced at Rs. 10,999, Honor's latest budget smartphone is one of hottest phones in the affordable smartphones segment.We have been testing it out for the last few days and we have already shared hands on...
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