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Smartphone: Honor 10X Lite goes on sale for 230 euros

The 10X Lite from Honor has a large battery as well as a quadruple camera and comes with a pre-order promotion.

The Honor 10X Lite
(Picture: Honor)

The Huawei daughter Honor has introduced a new Android smartphone in the low-cost lower midrange segment: The Honor 10X Lite costs 230 Euros and offers a quadruple camera and a large display for it.

The LC display has a diagonal of 6.67 inches and a resolution of 2,400 x 1,080 pixels. In the middle at the upper edge, the front camera is installed behind a hole in the display; it has 8 megapixels. The camera on the back has a total of four lenses.

The main camera has a 48 megapixel sensor and an initial aperture of f/1.8. The second camera has a super wide angle lens and an 8 megapixel sensor. In addition, there is a macro camera with 2 megapixels, which is usually not very useful in this price range, and a depth sensor.

Mid-range SoC and 4 GByte RAM

Inside the Honor 10X Lite is Huaweis Kirin 710A with eight cores and a maximum clock rate of 2 GHz. The main memory is 4 GByte, the built-in flash memory 128 GByte. A slot for micro SD cards is built in.

The Honor 10X Lite (Picture: Honor)

The battery has a nominal charge of 5,000 mAh and should be sufficient for 23 hours of video viewing according to Honor. It is fully charged in 95 minutes thanks to 22.5 watts quick charging. The Honor 10X Lite is delivered with Android 10 and Honor’s user interface Magic UI. Like all new smartphones from Huawei and Honor, the 10X Lite does not have Google apps and Google services installed. Users can use Huawei’s own App Gallery or an alternative App Store.

HONOR 10X Lite 4GB+128GB Midnight Black

The Honor 10X Lite should be available for pre-order from November 10, 2020 for 230 Euro on the Honor website. The delivery should take place after 22 November. Anyone who orders the smartphone before then will receive either the fitness bracelet Honor Volume 5 or a Honor Bluetooth Mini loudspeaker free of charge.

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