Huawei has fulfilled its promise of delivering an Honor V10 today. The company announced the premium mid-ranger at excellent affordable prices in China in three colours. Generally speaking, the Honor V10 is essentially the Mate 10 packed in an affordable package with some cuts here and there.
Honor’s latest member boasts of a 5.99-inch display with narrow bezels and 18:9 aspect ratio. The handset is endowed with the same chip as the Mate 10, the Kirin 970 SoC which is accompanied by an NPU and runs Android Oreo out of the box.
Camera-wise, the handset offers a dual 16 MP + 20 MP setup. The 20 MP sensor is a monochrome sensor while the other one is a regular RGB sensor. According to Huawei, the camera is equipped with AI that automatically chooses the optimal settings for a particular shot. Also, the 13 MP selfie shooter is assisted by the same AI for portrait snaps as well as face unlock.
The Honor V10 is powered by a sufficient 3750 mAh battery that also has Super Charge. The battery can charge up to 50% in a half hour.
The Honor V10 is very aggressively priced as the 4 GB + 64 GB variant costs 2,699 Yuan or $ 409 / Rs. 26,350 approx. There are two 6 GB variants. The one with 64 GB storage costs 2,999 Yuan or US$ 455 / Rs. 29,280 approx. The 128 GB variant costs 3,499 Yuan or US$ 530 / Rs. 34,165 approx. It is available in 4 colour choices, Black, Aurora Blue, Gold and Red colours. Sales start on December 5th.