Huawei’s Honor V10 launched with 5.99-inch full view display and Android 8.0 Oreo

Huawei’s Honor V10 launched with 5.99-inch full view display and Android 8.0 Oreo
Written by Pallavi Parmar

Huawei’s has finally announced Honor V10 in China. Huwaei’s new phone matches with the Kirin 970 chipset and Matte 10 duo 6 gigs of RAM. It appeared on the Chinese benchmark AnTuTu where the impressive score of 165,587 has posted. The Honor V10 of Huwaei’s is a mix of its phablets Mate 10 and Mate 10 pro significantly less in costs than both of them. As per the reports, it perfectly matches their AnTuTu scores of 175,426 and 178,510. Ahead of Honor 8 Pro scores 128,755 and Honor 9 scores 143,583.

Huawei presented the Honor V10 in China and on 5th December it makes its European debut. The Huawei’s Honor sub-brand is back to back presenting powerful phone with affordable cost. And in this latest series organisation launched Honor V10. However, the worldwide availability of this news phone is yet to disclose.

The event of Honor V10 led in China has only revealed the specifications, price, storage and other major insights of the newly launched phone. Honor V10 adopts 18:9 full view display which comes with resolution 1080*2160. It has two consecutive storage of 4GB and 6GB RAM as well as the option to expand storage as much as up to 256GB. Honor phone running Android 8.0 oreo with EMUI 8.0. Also, it includes dual 16MP and 20MP rear camera and available in gold, blue, black, and red colour from 5th December in CNY 2,699 about $409 USD.

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Pallavi Parmar

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