At the end of the new year, the Honor 10 Lite comes to the Netherlands. This cheap smartphone has a large, borderless screen and runs on Android Pie.
Honor 10 Lite release confirmed in the Netherlands
The Honor 10 Lite will be available in the Netherlands from next week, reports Belsimpel . The device costs 229 euros and is available in two colors: black and blue. If you order before 8 January, you will also receive a free Honor Band 4. This fitness tracker can count your steps and normally costs around 40 euros.
The Android smartphone has a 6.2 inch screen with a full HD resolution of 2340 by 1080 pixels. At the top is only a small notch, for the selfie camera of 24 megapixels. On the back is a double camera, of 13 and 2 megapixels. The second lens is used as a depth sensor, with which you can add a bokeh effect to your photos. The background will then become blurred, causing the foreground to stand out more. The fingerprint scanner can also be found on the back. The Honor 10 Lite also has a headphone connection and a battery with a capacity of 3400 mAh.
The Honor 10 Lite is powered by the Kirin 710 chip. This is also included in the Huawei P Smart Plus a device that costs around a hundred euros more. Honor’s phone has 3GB of memory and 64GB of storage space built in, but there’s also room for a micro-SD memory card. In other countries, a variant with 6GB of memory and 128GB of storage space is sold, but this is not available yet.
Honor makes comeback
Honor is a sub-brand of Huawei, and recently became active on the Dutch market. The sub-brand is mainly aimed at young people and is mainly active online. The manufacturer recently announced that Belsimpel will become the exclusive distributor of Honor smartphones in the Netherlands. The company will release the Honor View 20 early next year, a striking device with a small hole in the screen.