The Honor 10i, equipped with three reversing cameras, was leaked last week and launched on the Russian market. Although it has a lot in common with the Honor 10 Lite, it’s not just a famous version of this phone.
The first and the biggest difference between the two are the cameras. The Honor 10i has an additional sensor on the back, but also a 32 MP selfie shooter. The rear configuration includes a 24 MPF / 1.8 sensor, a very large 8 MPf / 2.4 wide angle sensor, and a 2 MP depth sensor.
The device operates like the Honor 10 Lite with the Kirin 710 chipset, but comes with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space – a combination you can not get with the Honor 10 Lite. Otherwise, they are essentially identical and have the same 6,11 inch screen (1080×2340), a 3400 mAh battery and an integrated Android 9 Pie with EMUI 9 above it. Their dimensions are also perfectly matched, although the Honor 10i weighs 2g more (probably because of this extra reversing camera).
The price for the Russian market is not fixed yet. The local media, however, believe that the Honor 10i will cost at least 19,990 rubles, which is about 310 USD or 274 USD. Hopefully the phone will soon be revealed elsewhere, so we’ll have the official information.
Source (in Russian)
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