Visitors touch Huawei tablets at the IFA Electronics show in Berlin, Germany September 2, 2016. Reuters/Stefanie Loos

Reports suggest that the only thing holding down Huawei Honor 8 is Huawei’s software. Else, the dual SIM functionality, dual cameras, premium make, two day battery life and other top features make it quite the phone one is looking for.

The Guardian states that the Huawei Honor 8 has a premium look and feel to it and perfectly balances performance with specs at a mid-range price. It has an excellent battery life and the dual-camera setup produces decent photographs.

There is plenty of space for apps, music and photos due to its 32GB of storage and microSD slot. The fingerprint scanner also functions perfectly.

The only problem with Huawei Honor 8 is its software. The EMUI is slowly being improved though currently it is still an old version of Android 6 Marshmallow. However, in terms of performance and specs, the phone is a treat. Its £370 (AU$635) makes one feel there is no need for a top-end phone unless one is a tech enthusiast or brand conscious.

The Huawei Honor 8 is a budget phone that is available in colours blue, white and black. It has a slippery feel, which may not be likes by some. However, with some pretty amazing specs, it’s worthy to be considered.

The Chinese tech company has produces a mobile that weighs 153 grams and measures 145.5x71.0x7.45mm, writes Mobile & Apps. The Huawei Honor 8 has a 5.2-inch full HD IPS display and a 1920x1080 resolution with a pixel density of 423ppi.

As per Tech Advisor, the fingerprint sensor is at the back and has an unlock time of 0.4 seconds. It also has a 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom, a single speaker and USB Type-C port. The Huawei Honor 8’s octa-core Hisilicon Kirin 950 processor and 4GB RAM provides pretty impressive performance, Photo editing and gaming can be carried out without a hassle.

The Huawei Honor 8 has a front 8.0 MP and back dual 2*12 MP BSI camera and a 3,000 mAh battery to support heavy-duty performance.