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Honor 10 Lite with Kirin 710 and 24 MP front shooter: More than a successor can be

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     Honor has come up with the successor of Honor 9 lite, which was launched as a mid-range range phone but got dethroned by the Note 5 series of Redmi just after 3 months. It is the Honor 10 lite which is also the lite version of Honor's budget flagship, the Honor 10. So basically we are going to have a good budget range phone with some flagship touch. And the leaks make it sure. Honor 10 lite features are impressive on paper till now and can compete the market if launched in good price.

Design & Display:

     Honor 10 lite has the glossy back finish with gradiant colours like the Honor 8X series. This looks premium and feels good in the hand. In the front, side it has a 6.21 inch Full HD+ IPS LCD notched display with 1080x2280 resolution and 19:9 aspect ratio. The display has and impressive 84.5% screen to body ratio with a pixel density of 406 PPI. The design of the phone looks impressive and the display looks no less.


    In terms of performance, the Honor 10 lite is going to be way better than its predecessor and can match the Honor 8X as it carries Huawei's new budget range chipset, the Kirin 710. This is an octa core CPU on 12 nm technology and clocked upto 2.2 GHz. It is paired with Mali's G51 MP4 GPU for better graphics experience. In the software section, Honor has upgraded it to EMUI's 9th version which is based on Android 9.0 (Pie), which is the latest by Google. So the hardware and software section is pretty impressive with the Honor 10 lite.


     The Honor 9 lite was one of those rare phones of that time which had the quad camera setup in lower mid range segment. The successor is going to be none the less as it has upgraded camera module in it. The rear camera remains same with 13+2 MP dual cameras but the front camera gets better with a 24 MP sensor with 2 MP depth sensor. So cameras will attract the selfie lovers with its configuration.


       The Honor 10 lite will come with three colour options which are blue, black and white. This will have two ram and storage variants also. The 4 GB ram variant will bring up 64 GB on board storage while the 6 GB ram variant will be packed with 128 GB storage option.

Battery and others:

      The Honor 9 lite successor will have a better battery of 3320 maH that, according to us, is not satisfactory for such a big screen. As the predecessor had a smaller screen with lower resolution. But the phone will have all other features like Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot, Bluetooth 5.0, micro USB 2.0 with all necessary sensors in it. Though we don't know anything about fast charging feature.
      Overall the Honor 10 lite will be a alternative for selfie lovers who want good performance also. But the battery lovers may not be too much happy to get this. Here the pricing matters the most. If this product comes with a price tag of 15,000/- INR or less, this will be totally worth the money. But above this budget, consumers can find better options. Also, Honor have to watch out the clash of this phone with its own Honor 8x. As both the phones have almost similar specs. We'll be eagerly waiting for the launch of Honor 10 lite which is scheduled on 21st November in China. Till then, stay safe and live happily. Peace.

Also check: 1. Honor 8x series: Honor strikes back on Asus's Zenfone Max Pro M1

                      2. Smartphones explosion: Reasons behind exploding and precautions to be taken to avoid the disaster


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