Honor has been releasing respectable handsets at budget-friendly prices, and now it’s shaking up the industry with the announcement of the Honor 10 Lite. For people who are looking for a cheaper alternative to the Honor 10, the Lite version will soon be launched in China on November 21.
Its design is reminiscent of previous units such as the Honor 8X, but specs-wise, even the rumor mill is dry and critics can only speculate. Since the phone is being marketed to be capable of high-quality performance, it makes sense to expect a chipset equal or upwards Kirin 710. Other likely features for the Honor 10 Lite include a notched display, large battery capacity, fast charging and an Android Pie OS.