Huawei Honor 10 is now available in the global market, a few weeks after it was released in China. The specs of this smartphone is no longer a secret but the price and availability are of utmost importance presently. This smartphone comes in two variants and the difference is in their internal memory. While the 64GB version costs 399.9 Euros ($475), the 128GB variant goes for 449.9 Euros ($534). The Honor 10 comes in four colours which include Glacier Grey, Midnight Black, Phantom Blue, and Phantom Green. A couple of retailers already has this device. You can check with Carphone Warehouse, Amazon, John Lewis or Honor’s own online store.
The Honor 10 is powered by Huawei’s in-house Kirin Kirin 970 chipset coupled with 4GB of RAM. It uses a 5.84 inches 2280 × 1080 display with an aspect ratio of 19:9 and this display comes with a notch. The rear is made of glass material and it uses the aurora coating process such that it changes colour when viewed from different angles.
One of the differences between the global version and the Chinese version is that the EMUI 8.1 (based on Android 8.1) in the global version comes with Google services. This smartphone comes with a 3,400 mAh battery which supports Huawei’s Super Charge. Which means that you can get up to 50% battery in 30 minutes.
In the camera department, Honor 10 comes with a dual rear camera setup which has a 24MP+16MP configuration and the front has a 24MP shooter. While the rear cameras support AI beauty with multiple modes for different objects, the selfie shooter supports portrait mode with studio effects.