The Huawei Honor V10 was launched last year in November in three variants. Honor is all set to unveil an 8GB+128GB variant of the V10 on August 14. Launching a variant of a phone that’s 4 months short of becoming a year old doesn’t really make a lot of sense. But Honor recently unveiled a Shining Blue coloured variant back in June so it does not seem like the Chinese phone-maker is ready to give up on the V10 yet.
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Honor had launched the V10 with three variants, 4GB+64GB (2499 Yuan~$393), 6GB+64GB (2799 Yuan~$439) and 6GB+128GB (3299 Yuan~$517). Currently, the three models are going for 1999 Yuan~$292, 2499 Yuan ~$366 and 2799 Yuan~$409. At the Honor Play conference, the company also announced that the Honor V10 would receive the GPU Turbo Tech. The 8GB+128GB variant will be up for sale starting 10:08 AM on August 14. The pricing of the phone has not been revealed. The phone has been listed on VMall but the pricing is not listed. The colour options might be the same as the other 3 variants but nothing can be said for sure.
The Honor V10 is no less than a flagship phone and sports specs that are in tandem with Huawei and Honor phones of 2018. This might be the reason that the company has decided to keep the V10 alive.