I’m using the Honor 10 right now. I’m actually writing this very article on the thing. After a few days with it, you do have to admit, for the money, this is insanely good.
It’s £399.99 and looks just amazing. The free case helps to keep it in perfect condition and the whole notch thing? Well, I think I’m actually sold.
Specs, for less than £400, are high-end. There’s a Huawei Kirin 970 octa-core CPU (4×2.36 GHz + 4×1.8 GHz), 4GB RAM and a huge 128GB of storage. No microSD card, but with that much on board storage I can wave it through. On the one I’m testing I’ve put two SIM cards in so I can ditch the work phone.
Android 8.1 (EMUI 8.1) runs on this and that 5.84″ 2280p x 1080p screen is a bit special. The 24 and 16 megapixels sit opposite a 24 megapixel selfie shooter.
Other specs include a USB-C charging point, Bluetooth 4.2, dual-band WiFi, GPS and a 3.5mm audio port.
Now, whilst I’ve not even started the review and I’m having a bit of faff with the fingerprint sensor (the position and / or sensitivity is a little different to the Honor 9), I’d definitely advise getting one.
Seriously. Less than £400. Why bother paying £500, £600, £700 or £800 for a smartphone when there’s kit like this?
Today Honor tell me that they’ve already sold one million of these in the first month alone, so you’ll be in good company of you choose to get one too. Head to HiHonor.com for more information.