In China, the Honor 9 Lite was launched in Black, White, Blue, and Silver color options.
Reports have apparently confirmed that Honor rebranded smartphone- the Honor View 10 has gone on sales in India via Amazon India. Much like the Honor 9i, which is priced at Rs 17,999, and was Honor's first smartphone to come with two sets of dual-camera setups.
Furthermore, the company has also announced that the limited edition of Honor 7X smartphone in stunning Red color will also hit the global market and will be available from the Valentine's day, in the February month. It sells the Honor smartphones online in India.
Honor 9 Lite sports dual camera setup on both the front and back, as mentioned.
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"We are thrilled to launch the true AI phone to the Indian consumers: Honor View 10, with unique no cost EMI and discount offer in association with ICICI Bank".
Look out for the phone once it makes its official appearance next week.
Under the hood, the Honor 9 Lite packs Huawei's Kirin 659 octa-core processor clocked at 2.36GHz, along with Mali-T830 MP2 GPU.
The company has also confirmed that the upcoming device will sport a glass unibody design saying, "Ensuring its consumers to stay connected while in style, the new smartphone will be equipped with a sleek looking glass unibody with mirror effect rear glass, similar to what has been seen in premium smartphones like Honor 8 and Honor 9, and other smartphones like Apple iPhone X".
Honor 9 Lite price in China starts at CNY 1,199 (Rs. 11,720 approx.) for the 3GB RAM/32GB storage variant while the 4GB RAM/32GB storage option costs CNY 1,499 (Rs. 14,650 approx.). The memory can be further expandable up to 256GB via micro SD card slot. It features a combination of 16 Megapixel + 20 Megapixel cameras with all the useful photo capturing mode along with the LED Flash light. Thanks to AI plus EMUI 8.0 OS, the battery offers 19 hours of video playback and standby time of 22 days.
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