The Huawei Honor 10 has been leaked so much, we almost want to think there is an official hand in it. Fortunately for the company though, their leakster was yet to get to the pricing and availability details of the phone.
Expected to launch in China tomorrow, we now have the details as to when the smartphone will hit the shelves and what prices would be slapped on it.
Supposed to complement the bigger Honor 10 View, we are expected to have three versions of the new Honor 10 to choose from. According to the leak, sales of the unit will start anywhere from the 27th of April on the Chinese mainland. Starting with the entry-level model which offers 4GB of RAM on 64GB of storage, users will be able to cop one for themselves by shelling out about $430.
The middle brother can be obtained for a little more at $477. Note that at this price, you get 2 more gigs of RAM but still have to contend with the internal storage space of the base model.
If you want more storage but don’t necessarily need a bigger RAM than this one, then the 6GB RAM and 128GB ROM of the bigger brother should suit you well. All that is required of you is that you pay the cashier $573 before checking out.
International markets will start to get the smartphone from the 15th of May with London being in pole position to get it first.
Boasting a decent 5.84-inch notched screen and a glass back panel held in place by a metal frame, Honor 10 comes out of the box with a 16MP + 24MP dual camera configuration on the back and runs on the Kirin 970 chipset. Combined with AI technology, a 3320mAh battery will keep the lights on.