A few days back some images of the Huawei Honor 10 were leaked on the internet and fortunately, Huawei has launched it officially today. For now, the device will only be made available in the home country i.e. China. You can call this device a cutdown variant of the recently introduced P20-series devices. The device packs flagship specification on a budget and is the successor to the old Honor 9. So without spoiling a second let’s get some detailed information.
The first thing you will notice is the gorgeous design it has, the design somewhat looks inspired by the P20 Pro which is an appreciable fact. It comes powered by a Hi-Silicon Kirin 970(64 bit) Octa-Core processor coupled with 6GB of RAM. Performance is not a concern here as Kirin 970 performs buttery smooth. The device comes with the latest EMUI 8.1 based on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. In the front, there is a 5.84(inch) Full View Display with a resolution of 2280 x 1080 pixels. The Display possesses a notch which looks identical to the iPhone X.
This device will be made available in 64GB/128GB ROM variant in which storage cannot be expanded through an SD-card. In the Camera segment, it offers a Dual 16MP+24MP snapper in the rear with Aperture f/1.8, LED Flash while in the front a single 24MP shooter has been provided. Fingerprint Scanner has been placed in the front below the display panel.
The device will get juice from a 3400 mAh battery with USB Type-C port for Fast Charging. For audio enhancements, it packs a separate DAC. The glass design on the device looks exceptional and attractive, thanks to Huawei. The 64GB model is priced at CNY 2,600($415, 27000 INR) and 128 GB version is priced at CNY 3,000($480, 31000 INR). The device will be made available in following color options: Black, Grey, Mirage Blue, and Mirage Purple.