Honor introduced their latest mid-range smartphone, Honor 10 lite, last week in China with Android Pie and Kirin 710 chipset. The device offers an impressive 90% screen to body ratio and is competitively priced in company’s home country. A global version of Honor 10 Lite was recently certified by the US FCCsuggesting Honor may soon debut the smartphone’s global variant.
The FCC listing of the Honor 10 Lite bears the model number HRY-LXA2 suggest that a global launch in imminent n near future. We already know that the phone is soon going to be released in the Pakistani market as its elder sibling Honor 10 has already made rounds in the Pakistani market.
The Honor 10 Lite comes with a waterdrop notch screen of 6.21 inches having a Full HD+ resolution with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9.
As mentioned earlier, the phone carries Kirin 710 assisted by a 4GB/6GB RAM that comes in pair with 64GB/128Gb of onboard storage that can also be expanded by a microSD card.
As for optics, the smartphone sports a 13MP + 2MP dual-camera setup at the rear and a 24MP camera on the front. As per the trend and norm, both the front and rear cameras come with a ton of AI-powered features including scene recognition and AR capabilities.
Honor 10 Lite sports a 3400mAh battery that supports 5V / 2A charging. In terms of software, Honor 10 Lite runs on Android 9.0 Pie-based EMUI 9.0.