Honor 10X Lite Leaked ahead of the Launch Today; Another Recycled Mid-range Phone

Faisal Rasool

The German publication WinFuture.de leaked the Honor 10X Lite last week. It’s a new mid-range model with a two-year-old processor and a generic recycled design. Honor still hasn’t announced the phone but a phone leaker shared a marketing poster, detailing its launch. 

The Honor 10X Lite premiers tomorrow in Russia and goes on sale in November — with a pre-order window between October 28 and November 6. For our readers out of the loop, the Kirin 710A has become the default processor for new budget-focused Huawei and Honor phones.

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Since Honor’s parent company can’t make new Kirin processors anymore, they’re spinning off the Kirin 710 that came out in 2018 as Kirin 710A (manufactured by a Chinese semiconductor company instead of TSMC). The Huawei P Smart 2021 features the 710A platform too. 

It’s an old-gen 14nm chipset and shares its CPU/GPU with the original Kirin 710. Honor 10X Lite’s battery is a decent 5000 mAh that charges over 22.5W. It’ll be available in only one 4GB + 128GB memory and storage configuration. With an obsolete chipset at its heart and software that only supports Huawei’s services, the new addition to the Huawei price list won’t be outperforming its competitors from brands like Xiaomi and Realme.

The back appears to be plastic with a reflective finish that comes in green and black colors. On the front, there’s a big 6.67” standard LCD display with a centered hole-punch and a 1080p resolution.

We have four cameras on the back, encased inside an oversized camera bump. This array features a 48MP main camera and an 8MP lens for wide-angle shots. And a pair of 2MP cameras for closeups and processed portraits. Honor 10X Lite reportedly starts from Rs. 38,000.


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