The Honor 10 Lite will be officially announced on Nov. 21. The handset has already appeared on TENAA, but its specs are yet to appear on the website of the Chinese telecom authority. Huawei’s sub-brand has already started with the reservations of the smartphone which will continue until its launch date. The reservations page of the Honor 10 Lite has reportedly revealed some of its key specs.
The Honor 10 Lite will be debuting as a lighter version of the Kirin 970 powered Honor 10 flagship phone that was announced in May this year. According to Android Pure, the Honor 10 Lite will be featuring a 5.84-inch display that will carry support for Full HD+ resolution. The Kirin 710 chipset is expected to power the smartphone. The handset is expected to arrive with Android 9 Pie OS along with EMIUI 9.0 preinstalled. The GPU Turbo technology that accelerates the GPU performance will be available on the device.
For shooting selfies, the Honor 10 Lite is expected to feature a 24-megapixel front-facing camera. The back panel of the phone is rumored to be equipped with an f/1.8 aperture 13-megapixel primary sensor and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor. It could be featuring a 3,320mAh battery.
The Honor 10 Lite has already appeared on TENAA with its front and rear images. Apart from dual cameras, the smartphone is equipped with a fingerprint scanner on its back panel. The smartphone is expected to arrive in attractive color gradient options.
There is no confirmation on the authenticity of the aforementioned information since the specifications of the Honor 10 Lite are not mentioned on the reservations page. Apart from launching the Honor 10 Lite, the company may also unveil Honor 10 Lite Supreme phone.. The Chinese manufacturer has reportedly partnered with U.S. based skateboarding and clothing brand Supreme for the special version of the Honor 10 Lite. The handset will be featuring a red-colored rear panel with a large-sized “Sup” written on it. Probably, it could be featuring the same specs as the regular Honor 10 Lite.