Much as we’re morally opposed to working (or even being in office on time), there are occasions when you need to knuckle down and transform into an efficient worker.
We know it might not come naturally to you, which is exactly why a fantastic smartphone can really help.
It’s got battery life to last through the next day
Clearly battery life is the most important feature when a busy exec is looking for their next phone. The 5C excels in this department, giving you well-into-the-next-day battery life. Part of the credit goes to the 3,000mAh battery, but there’s lots more here at work.
First up is the Kirin 650 processor. Based on a 16nm process, this 64-bit, octa-core processor runs cooler and more efficient, helping get a lot more out of the battery than the competition manages. And next, you get EMUI’s software genius. There’s some really smart software optimisation at work here - SmartPower 3.0 tech means the 5C manages battery life really efficiently.
Put all this together and you get a phone that gives you peace of mind - no more worrying about running out of battery in the middle of an important call (even better, your Pokémon Go love won’t gobble up the battery and stop you from working when you really need to).
No matter where you are, the 5C steps up
Sometimes you really need to be working when out and about - and the 5C delivers. The 5.2in Full HD display is not only sharp and crisp enough to make Skype calls and Google Docs work a lot more fun than it should be, it’s also bright enough to be visible even in harsh sunlight. Yeah, no more squinting and no more angry muttering about being unable to see what you’re typing.
And then, Honor’s engineering prowess gives the 5C excellent RF performance. So you don’t have to worry about slow 4G speeds or dropped calls. Heading out on a vacation and there’s a last-minute call you need to take? While your old smartphone might not have been able to give you crystal-clear reception (and making it easy for you to push work onto your colleagues), the 5C won’t have any trouble over this!
Multitasking’s easy with all this power
We know a busy executive when we see one. Usually in a bespoke suit and fancy Italian leather shoes, and always harried with multiple things to juggle. We can understand (even if all we juggle is Twitter, Whatsapp and the latest ‘must-have’ game) and we feel sorry for you. But the Honor 5C can help here by giving you enough power to make this a pleasant (or at least as pleasant as work can actually be) experience.
The Kirin 650 processor runs cooler and can run at top speed for longer, making sure your new phone keeps up as you feverishly tap out Slack messages and emails. There’s 2GB RAM to make switching between apps seamless, and with eMMC 5.1 support, the Honor 5C’s rather snappy and alert when launching apps.
EMUI helps you work smart
Of course, no matter how good the hardware of a phone is, it’s the software experience that really matters. And you’re in luck, ‘cos EMUI 4.1 is so smart that if it were a student, it’d get promoted to the next class right away.
It’s based on Android Marshmallow - the latest from Google. You get easy-access shortcuts that make navigating around much easier, the fingerprint scanner isn’t just fast, it also works like a camera shutter button. There’s also a customisable floating dock which gives you instant access to your fav apps.
Great design means a great experience
And finally, we come to the 5C’s design - Metal alloy construction makes it tougher than an HR executive during appraisal season, the 5.2in display and narrow bezels make for a comfy experience when using it one-handed (without any of that ‘Oops I dropped my phone into a puddle’ heartburn), and it’s slim enough to fit in your fancy Saville Row suit’s pockets without making you look like an FBI agent.