Honor 10 Sales Exceed 1 Million In Less Than 1 Month


Huawei Honor 10

Like the Huawei Honor 9, the current model comes with a stylish look and strong photography capabilities. But this year, the manufacturer also added a flagship-level hardware and its first AI chip. All these features make the Honor 10 stand out among its rivals. As you remember, this amazing device was uncovered on April 19 and went on sale on April 27. Today, the company announced, in less than a month, the sales of the Huawei Honor 10 exceeded 1 million units. This is an absolute record for Honor-line smartphones.

Huawei Honor 10

According to the statistics, when the Honor 10 became available for purchase, it took only two minutes to reach sales of 400 million yuan ($62.8 million). Now when almost a month has passed, the company announces another astonishing result showcasing the popularity of this handset. This is a rare result for not only Honor-series smartphone but for any Chinese flagship. So we can state though the competition has become too tough in the Chinese market, Huawei and Honor are quite recognizable brands.

On the other hand, there is nothing surprising with such results. The Honor 10 adopts a double-curved glass design using the first color-changing aurora coating process. The dual-camera comes with a horizontal arrangement and it is also paired with a dual-color flash. The ‘AI camera’ and ‘Honor’ logos come with unique textures and emphasize the phone’s selling points. If not remember, the device is packed with a 24+12MP dual-camera with an aperture of f/1.8 and a 24MP front camera. Under the hood, it carries a Kirin 970 chip, a built-in AK4376A Hi-Fi chip, 6GB of RAM, 64/158GB of native storage and many more. In this sense, the required price of 2599 yuan ($408) is quite acceptable.

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At last, the company has announced there will be surprises on May 24.

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