Just a few days ago Honor announced its new flagship, Honor V10, in China and now the terminal makes its European debut at an event in London. Yes, the name of the terminal has changed in its move to the old continent and instead of V10 comes with full name: Honor View 10.
It is not the first time that the sub-brand of Huawei follows this strategy; We already saw it last year when the Honor V9 became the Honor 8 Pro when it left the Chinese borders. Marginal names, the terminal shares exactly the same design and specifications as the model that was announced in his native country, and now we know its official price and date of arrival in Europe.
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Although Honor has that second-brand status, the products that advertise long ago are far from being second. The Honor View 10 is a clear example that the brand is serious, and this is demonstrated by its specifications. We have a Kirin 970 processor , 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB memory and a large 3.750 mAh battery, all under the controls of Android 8.0 Oreo
In addition, the terminal adds to the latest market trends with a 6-inch panel and FullHD + resolution in 18: 9 format and a dual camera that combines 16 and 20 megapixel sensors. In the design part does not disappoint and looks a front with more tight edges, but not so much so that it does not fit a front fingerprint reader.
But no doubt where this honor View 10 breast is in its NPU or neural processing unit, a system that in addition to improving the fluidity of the system is also dedicated to other tasks such as image processing and the integrated personal assistant.
And what does all this cost? In Europe the Honor View 10 will cost 499 euros for its only variant of 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB, a price that is far from the high range of the first brands, although it has little to envy in specifications. It will be available next January 8.