The months and years roll by and Huawei and Honor smartphones evolve… slowly. Each is – genuinely – better than the last, but the glossy mass of glass, the avalanche of Emotion UI and bundled software, the dual camera ideas, much also stays the same. Is there enough new for the Honor 10? Actually yes, mainly through the AI in the camera, though there are quirks, plus a surprisingly low price point.
Last week, Huawei sub-brand Honor launched its flagship smartphone for Europe and other Asian markets: the Honor 10. The handset is based on the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro but makes some compromises to reach its price tag of less than $500.
Honor today launched its latest flagship smartphone, the Honor 10. The handset is a cheaper version of the Huawei P20 Pro and offers almost all of its best features with some compromises made here and there to keep its price down.
Huawei’s sub-brand Honor today unveiled its latest flagship: the Honor 10. The handset has been unveiled in China, with a global unveiled scheduled for May 15 in London. The handset is based on the Huawei P20, though with some compromises to keep its price in check.