Honor is Re-entering the Nepali Market with 5 New Smartphones: What to Expect?


Honor, most probably heard name is the state-owned enterprise controlled by the municipal government of Shenzhen, China. The honor was a subsidiary company of Huawei or in simple words a brand owned by Huawei Technologies. But later, Honor was acquired by Shenzhen Zhixin New Information Technology Co. Ltd.

Honor devices include smartphones, computers, and wearable technology. Honor is famous for its mid-range smartphones. Honor also provides wearables like bands and earbuds, which are also popular among users. In the context of Nepal, Honor made an entry into the Nepali market via Kratos Technologies Pvt. Ltd back then and many Nepalese loved it. Now Honor is making a re-entry with a new company named Celltron Nepal Pvt.Ltd, which is now the national distributor.

Being user-friendly, easily available, affordable, and trouble freely mendable, Honor phones have made a good profit in Nepal as well. Along with smartphones, wearable devices from Honor are also popular among users. Now considering the Nepali market significant and also seemingly the demand, Honor is re-entering with 5 new Smartphones. The key philosophy behind coming back with the 5 new smartphones is obviously acknowledging customers about its existence and the demand to some extent. Among the new smartphones that are coming along with the new distributing unit, Honor 50 Lite is fixed, which was also launched a few months back in Nepal. Other smartphone models that will break into the Nepali market are yet to be revealed.

Honor 50 Lite overview:

Honor 50 Lite is a mid-range phone that comes pre-installed with Google Mobile Services. As the official has confirmed this will also be on the list. Here, we will be discussing the key specs, features, official price, and availability of Honor 50 Lite in Nepal.


Honor 50 Lite
Display6.7 inches, FHD TFT LCD
SoCSnapdragon 662 (11 nm)
RAM & Storage6/8GB RAM, 128GB internal storage
Battery & Charging 4,300mAh, 66W wired charging
SecurityFingerprint scanner (side-mounted)
Rear Camera(s)Triple camera set up
64MP primary
8MP ultrawide
2MP depth
2MP macro
Front Camera(s)16MP (pill-shaped cutout)
AudioStereo Speaker and 3.5mm jack
ConnectivityBluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/, dual-band, hotspot
Software Magic UI 4.2 based on Android 11

Looking into the display section, the Honor 50 Lite sports a 6.67-inch TFT LCD panel with a side bezel of only 1.05mm which results in a sleek appearance. The display is of full HD+ Resolution with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2376 pixels. But the refresh rate is limited to 60 Hz only. The pill-shaped cutout in the top left corner features a selfie camera.

In the performance section, the device will run from the Snapdragon 662 processor which is the 11nm mobile processor. This octa-core processor is further accompanied by the  Adreno 610 GPU. For storage purposes, It has 6GB or 8GB RAM variation with 128GB of the internal storage unit. The expandable storage is not provided thus one has to depend only on internal storage.

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The circular camera house at the rear panel features a quad-camera set up with a 64MP main camera, an 8MP ultrawide camera, a 2MP macro camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. Facing the front, on the pill-shaped cutout, a 16MP of selfie camera is placed.


For fueling, there is a 4300mAh non-removable battery with further 66W fast charging support. The phone will boot on the Magic UI 4.2 on Android 11 OS. On an important note, unlike Huawei, it does come with Google apps pre-installed.

Honor 50 Lite Price in Nepal and Availability

The launching price of Honor 50 Lite is NPR. 34,999 for 8+128GB variant. One can get this phone available from Honor authorized stores across Nepal. Stay updated with us for the next moment, when we will let you know about 5 new smartphones after the official confirmation.

Honor 50 LitePrice in Nepal
8GB +128GBNPR. 34,999

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