Honor 10 Lite appears on TENAA, Launching on November 21

honor 10 Lite

A New Honor phone with the model number HRY-AL00 was just approved by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, also known as TENAA. The handset in question might very well be the upcoming Honor 10 Lite.

According to the data published by TENAA, the Honor HRY-AL00 adopts a gradient colored back with a dual-camera layout and a fingerprint scanner, very similar to Honor’s teased 10 Lite images.

Unfortunately, on TENAA we do not find its hardware configuration, so all we have now are speculations, such as the Kirin 710 processor it should pack, which is based on a 12nm process and consisting of the Cortex A73×4 + Cortex A53×4 and a Mali-G51 GPU.

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In addition, according to the officially released poster “no gradient, no youth” which implies the main selling point of the phone basically is the gradient back cover.

The Honor 10 Lite is expected to be rather affordable, in the neighbourhood of 1000 Yuan, around $150 and it’ll be unveiled in Beijing on November 21st.

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