At 5.12, Honor presented the Honor View 10 for Europe at his "Max your View" event in London. Actually a device that we expected as Honor 9 Pro. An official sale will start in January 2018. The Honor View 10 will come in one version in two colors on the market. And at a price that can certainly be seen with 499 euros, after all, you get a configuration with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of memory.
The display will be in 18: 9 format and 6 inch diagonal, as expected, but the fingerprint sensor is surprisingly left on the front and placed under the glass.
Inside the Honor View 10 is a Kirin 970, whose eight cores clock up to 2.4 GHz and thus brings a lot of steam. The integrated NPU (same KI as the Huawei Mate 10 Pro) should also provide for more power and ease of use here. For the cameras, the Honor View 10 uses a dual camera with 20 + 16 megapixels, with an f / 1.8 aperture.
The selfie cam on the front has a remarkable 13 megapixels and the current f / 2.0 aperture. The battery is set to 3750 mAh incl. SuperCharge thanks to the intelligent power manager of EMUI 8 thick for over a day should be enough. The Honor View 10 is shipped from the factory with Android 8.0 Oreo and the EMUI 8.0 and is thus at the most up-to-date software status in terms of operating system.
A flagship phone with AI at mid-range price? That does not look bad for users who want to get a new smartphone in 2018 but do not want to dig too deep, right?
Specifications Honor View 10:
Software: Android 8.0
Display: IPS, 5.99 inches with 1,080 × 2,160, 403 ppi
SoC: HiSilicon Kirin 970 (Octa-Core with up to 2.36 GHz)
RAM: 6 GB
Memory: 128 GB (+ microSD) (Dual -)
Main Camera: 16.0 MP (f / 1.8) / 20.0 MP (f / 1.8)
Front Camera: 13.0 MP (f / 2.0) WLAN: 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac
Bluetooth: 4.2 LE
Other Standards: USB 2.0 Type C, NFC, Infrared
SIM card : Nano-SIM, Dual-SIM
Battery: 3.750 mAh, fixed
Size (W × H × D): 74.5 × 157.0 × 6.97 mm
Weight: 172 g
Price: 499 Euro, available from 2018
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