The teaser image clearly shows the design and dual rear cameras, and it is making number 7 sign which hints it could be the Honor 7C. Also, the user manual of both the Honor 7C and Honor 7A were recently uploaded on the Honor India website. We'll be going hands-on for a review soon, so keep an eye out! Couple that with Honor's "AI portrait mode" and it looks like this is one handset which will be great for everything from selfies to video calls.
Interestingly the dual camera flagship will feature new namesakes for its finishes, with Phantom Blue and Glacier Grey being the United Kingdom colour options. Additionally, it receives a 24-megapixel selfie shot and anticipate Honor to discuss brand new AI capabilities baked to the machine UI. It's got very manageable proportions (153g, 7.7mm) and the whole thing feels solid and re-assuring to hold. Other key specs include a 3,400mAh battery (same as the standard P20), and Huawei's excellent SuperCharging technology, rebranded here as "Honor SuperCharge". The panel has minimal bezels on all its three sides, thereby resulting in a remarkable 86.2% screen to body ration. Finally, it also has a home button, with a fingerprint sensor embedded under the glass. Those who wish to can also turn it off in the phone's settings leaving a plain black bar. It, however, misses out on an OIS sensor unlike a number of its main competitors.
Design is the other maxim of this phone and Honor pulls all the stops. The insane Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS that Huawei announced recently also has one. It's slightly heavier though, at 165g to the Honor 10's 153g. But actually the sensor is beneath the cover glass. On the front, you'll find a 5.8-inch "FullView" LCD display running at a 2280×1080 resolution. The Kirin 970 SoC on the Honor 10 is Snapdragon 835 equivalent, and it is known offer a good mix between performance and efficiency. The camera has a pretty large aperture of f/1.8 and also comes with AI integration. "That's what we work hard for everyday at Honor". The monochrome images can take in more light and more contrast than coloured photos. The company has sent out invites, however, the invite doesn't mention the name of the phone. Along with the several AI-based features, the camera app also includes AR stickers. There is a dual-lens setup at the back with a 24MP primary sensor and a 16MP secondary sensor. On the front, we see that the phone has a 24 MP sensor which has 1.8-micron pixel size.
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Inside this device is an NPU processor with 4GB of RAM. It can even recognize multiple things within a single scene. Notably, the phone has dual-sim support in addition to the expandable memory card slot, so no more compromises there. For worldwide markets, Honor is anticipated to supply the smartphone just in Mirage Purple and Mirage Blue color.
Max brightness levels don't match the quoted 1000 nits brightness of LG's flagship G7 ThinQ and the Honor 10 isn't Mobile HDR certified. That is coupled with 6GB of RAM and either 64GB or 128GB storage. The Honor 10 will be available in India at a price of Rs 32,999 in partnership with Flipkart.
Bundled offers include Rs 5,000 on exchange of certain devices plus an additional Rs 3,000 off in certain situations. The phone will also be available with no-cost EMI on Bajaj Finserv cards valid on May 16 only. The smartphone features the trendy notched display at the top but retains a chin at the bottom to adjust the fingerprint scanner.