Honor 10 Lite gets leaked specs on TENAA
Huawei is just a week away from launching the Honor 10 Lite, as revealed at a recent showcase event. Attendees could only admire the looks of the upcoming model, but immediately after the event, the full spec sheet for three variants was posted on TENAA.
The Lite version keeps the 6.21-inch screen with 19.5:9 ratio and 1080p resolution from the original Honor 10. However, unlike the Honor 10, the 24 MP selfie camera will be housed in a smaller waterdrop-shaped notch similar to the one from the Mate 20. Judging by the frequency of the SoC listed on TENAA, it looks like the Honor 10 Lite will be powered by the Kirin 710 clocked at 2.2 GHz and coupled with 4 or 6 GB of RAM. The storage options will include 64 GB and 128 GB capacities, plus a microSD slot for up to 256 GB additional space.
On the back of the phone, there is a modest 13 + 2 MP dual camera, and, of course the signature circular fingerprint sensor. Color options will include gradients in white, black and blue, and the included battery will get 3320 mAh of juice. The smartphone will run Android Pie out of the box and will feature the customized EMUI 9.0.
No word on pricing for the various memory and storage configuration, but these should be revealed on November 21 at the official launch in Beijing.
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