Honor 10 Lite: Another mobile phone priced less than ₹15,000 hits the Indian market. The first thing That You notice about the Honor 10 Lite is the water drop software. So ideally, at least while gambling, performance and battery life will For the user, that essentially means that programs might start a little slower and there possibly a few problems when you are attempting to play heavy-duty games.
In a way it’s fantastic news since the power means it will not eat off at the 3,400mAh battery too quickly. However, the battery dimensions is underwhelming since opponents like Miami and ASUS are starting mobiles with 4,000mAh and 5,000mAh batteries.
In addition, the phone includes a micro-USB charger rather than a type-C port. The former possibly okay for entry phones but the type-C port has existed long enough to allow mid-range phones to level up their game.
Geared towards keeping your phone as fluid as you can. But unlike the Honor 10, there is no 128GB storage option. Although, depending That being said, the Honor 10 Lite will have the GPU Turbo Light weighing only 162 g. But that’s mostly because the glass back and metallic framework on the Honor 10 have been replaced with a plastic body around the Honor 10 Lite.
The phone has a 4GB RAM and 64GB storage choice in addition to a 6GB RAM and 64GB storage version.
So then, where’s the catch?
The’Lite’ version of this Honor 10 is intended to easier on the pocket without losing the bang of its 24-megapixel front facing camera.
In your use, that shouldn’t be too much of an issue for the average user. Notch — a miniaturized version of the normal notch. Most users have probably seen the same design on the OnePlus 6T. However, the Honor 10 Lite only costs between $13,999 to $17,999.
The Honor 10 Lite is the latest in phones that offer a’flagship’ experience in a mid-range price. The phone is going up against the Nokia6, Poco F1, Asus Max Pro M2, and also the RealMe2 Pro striving to be an’cheap flagship’.
The telephone also has 13-megapixel and 2-megapixel rear double cameras while retaining the manual mode for shooting which gives photography enthusiasts control over the specifics.
The phone includes a 6.1-inch display, Full-HD Plus resolution display, runs on EMUI 9 based on Android 9.0 Pie and has both 3GB and 6GB RAM choices.
However, since it’s that the’Lite’ version of the Honor 10 phone, there are a few cutbacks.
The most obvious one is the phone runs on the Kirin 710 chipset instead of the Kirin 970 — the’high-end’ octa-core system on a chip (SoC) that has been introduced to the Huawei Mate 10. It is essentially a mid-range phone that has mid-range energy, which is fair enough.