Skip to content

Honor Holly 2 Plus Camera Review, Photo Samples

In an event last week, Honor launched its two new devices in India, one being the Honor 5X and the other the Honor Holly 2 Plus. The Honor 5X is priced at INR 12,999, whereas the Holly 2 Plus is priced at INR 8,499. Today, in this detailed camera review, I will bring to you the camera review for the cheaper of the two, the Honor Holly 2 Plus. Is the camera even any good at the price at which it is offered? Well, we’ll find out!

Honor Holly 2 Plus

Honor Holly 2 Plus Coverage

Honor Holly 2 Plus Hands-on Review, Camera and India Price [Video]

Honor Holly 2 Plus Camera Hardware

The Honor Holly 2 Plus, at a price point of just INR 8,499 offers some good camera hardware. The primary camera on the device is a 13-megapixel shooter, with an aperture of f/2.0. The secondary camera on the device is a 5-megapixel shooter. The primary camera is capable of recording videos up to 1080p quality, whereas the secondary camera can record videos up to 720p quality.

Honor Holly Plus (12)

Camera Hardware Table

[table id=344 /]

Diving deep inside the hardware of the camera, you’ll find that the camera comprises of an OmniVision sensor, and a 6-element lens on the primary camera side. On the secondary camera, you’ll find nothing exceptional other than the usual camera. The aperture on both the cameras is the same, f/2.0.

Honor Holly 2 Plus Camera Software

The Honor Holly 2 Plus Camera software is clean and simply laid out for you to click pictures with ease. Inside the camera, you’ll find options for beauty mode, photo mode, and video mode. Inside each of these modes, you’ll find individual filters and settings.


Camera Modes

The camera has a few modes including HDR, Panorama, Watermark and Audio Note. These modes perform the way just as you’d expect them to perform. Here’s a screenshot depicting the same.


HDR Sample


Panorama Sample


Low Light Sample


Honor Holly 2 Plus Camera Samples

We tested the Honor Holly 2 Plus’s camera intensively and came out with a lot of pictures to share with you all here. As usual, we have them segregated into categories below to allow you to browse them easily.

Front Camera Samples

The front camera on the Holly 2 Plus is decent, and is able to take good pictures in natural lighting conditions. The pictures come out great almost every time, but sometimes it gives out on the details, and the image doesn’t look that sharp as you’d expect.


Rear Camera Samples

The rear camera performs really well, by capturing some really great shots in natural lighting conditions, and decent shots in artificial lighting and low lighting condition, though you can see some noise in the images in low light.

Artificial Light

In artificial lighting, the camera performs decently, though you can see some noise in the pictures, but it isn’t that bad. You can still ignore that and continue clicking pictures with your smartphone.

Natural Light

In natural lighting conditions, the camera performs really well, depicting each and every detail clearly, and even focusing on the subject really quickly. The images did come out great with the natural lighting conditions.

Low Light

In low lighting conditions, the camera stutters to click pictures. It sometimes can not focus on the object easily, and then you have to tap to focus on the object a few times. Given the price of this smartphone, the camera is still okay.

Honor Holly 2 Plus Camera Verdict

The Honor Holly 2 Plus has a good camera setup overall. The primary camera is definitely a great choice for the Holly 2 Plus, with a great 13-megapixel image size. The secondary camera with 5-megapixel gives out on details sometimes, and the quality of the images produced is not up to the mark most of the times. Stay tuned to GadgetsToUse to read the full review of the Honor Holly 2 Plus to know what all is good, and what all is not so good about the device here.


Aneesh Bhatnagar

Aneesh Bhatnagar is a freelance web developer, who specializes in front-end website development with HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery. He is also an Android enthusiast, and a budding Android Application developer.