Huawei is launching a lot of devices this year. The company has already announced a bunch of phones in various markets and it plans to do more. One amongst these is the Honor 10, which it announced today, under its low-cost sub-brand. The Honor 10 is an update to the Honor View 10 launched earlier and it takes some cues from the Huawei P20, which is Huawei’s flagship this year.
The Honor 10 has a 5.85-inch 1080p 18:9 LCD display and it comes with a notch as well. The phone runs on the Kirin 970 chipset with a 24 megapixel camera on the front and two cameras on the back. These stand at 16MP and 24MP and are accompanied by f/1.6 lenses.
The Honor 10 will be sold in China from April 27 onwards and is priced at 2599 Yuan, which amounts to about $414. While this is the price for the 4/64GB model, there’s a 6/128GB variant that is priced at 2999 Yuan, approximately $478.