Honor is getting ready to introduce a new mid-range smartphone, the Honor 10X Lite.
The upcoming smartphone’s specs and features have been leaked ahead of the official launch. A fresh report suggests that the big event might take place today (October 23) in some countries. What should we expect?
Here is what you need to know.
Honor 10X Lite Specs and Features Unveiled
The leaked renders of the Honor 10X Lite have been doing rounds online. The handset will be featuring a rectangular quad-camera module and a rear gradient surface.
Upfront, there will be a punch-hole at the center-top of the display. The company released an official teaser that confirms the smartphone’s availability in Icelandic Frost and Emerald Green shades.
The Honor 10X Lite might flaunt an LCD panel with a high resolution and refresh rate and other sleek features.
Coming to photography capabilities, the Honor 10X Lite could come with a quad-camera at the rear, including a 48MP main sensor, a 2MP macro, an 8MP wide-angle lens, a 2MP depth sensor.
Under the hood, the Honor 10X Lite will likely be powered by the HiSilicon Kirin 710A chipset paired with 4GB RAM + 128GB onboard storage space. There is going to be microSD card support, too.
The processor is also present in the recently launched Huawei Y7a.
A battery of 5,000mAh with 22.5W fast charging will keep the lights on.
Honor 10X Lite Price Tag and Availability Details
The Honor 10X Lite is said to arrive only in a few regions at the moment. For example, a launch event in Russia has already taken place on October 13. The smartphone is also said to go on pre-orders starting November 6, while the shipping is rumored to begin in the coming weeks.
Unfortunately, there is no information about the smartphone’s exact price tag. The company should release more details in the coming weeks.
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