Announced in December last year, Honor View 10 largely received flying reviews and was hailed as one of the mid-range flagship- a contender to OnePlus 5T. There was just problem- nobody really knew when it would be out on shelves and finally, after over 2 months, that wait is over too.
The phone is now available for Pre-order in the US with a shipping date of 23 March. It comes with a price tag of $499, in which you’d also get a Silicon phone case and a pair of earbuds. Since the company failed to seal contracts with any carrier, it would be available only in the stock version. You pick the color from available options of light blue and solid black.
If you don’t already know, Honor View 10 comes as a premium metallic design, dual lens at the back, and a 5.99-inch Full HD+ screen with a resolution of 2160×1080. Packing 6 GB of RAM and a staggering 128GB internal memory, the most appealing factor of the phone, however, is the processor it uses. Powered by Kirin 970- the best in Huawei’s catalog, it uses a special Neural Processing Unit (NPU) that the company claims drastically improves performance for repeated tasks and also extends battery life. Talking about battery life, it houses an enormous 3,750mAh battery that also comes with quick charging feature that claims 50% charging in just 30 minutes.