Faizel Patel, Radio Islam News - 28-03-2019
Honour, a smartphone brand belonging to Huawei has launched its newest device, the Honor 10 Lite which its calls a “good looking” phone because of its ability to use the 24MP AI-Powered selfie camera to capture stunning selfies.
Inspired by the Honor 10, the Lite has a dewdrop notch on the 6.21” FHD screen. It boasts a 24MP AI-Powered selfie camera and dual 13MP + 2MP rear cameras with f/1.8 and f/2.4 aperture.
The HONOR 10 Lite is equipped with the new Kirin 710, one of the most powerful chipsets in the market, which works with the flagship level Cortex-A73 core to provide smoother, seamless performance. In terms of storage, the HONOR comes with both 32GB and 64GB internal storage. It’s powered by a 3,400 mAh battery.
The HONOR 10 Lite shines in four shades (Sky Blue, Shiny Red, Sapphire Blue, and Midnight Black) of gradient effects. The colours to launch in South Africa include Sky Blue and Sapphire Blue.
The HONOR 10 Lite is also suitable for gaming, thanks to the GPU Turbo 2.0, which is seen as the future of graphics processing acceleration technology. With GPU Turbo 2.0, users are promised a better gaming experience, with a 36% reduction in input latency, and a much smoother performance overall.
While the new EMUI 9.0 ensures that the system is completely optimised for the hardware while also boosting performance, it ensures that Artificial Intelligence is more accessible with HiVision, a travel, translation and shopping assistant.
The AI-enabled mobile communication technology also increases the quality of calls, even in the noisiest of environments, while the AI technology ensures that users will not get disconnected thanks to the new Elevator Mode.
Vice-President of Honor Chris Sun says they are delighted to launch the HONOR 10 Lite to the South African market, where consumers are looking for class-leading features and innovative experiences at a respectable cost.
"I think it's the perfect phone for the young generation in South Africa."
The HONOR 10 Lite will be available in South Africa from the 5 April 2019 in Vodacom stores at a retail price of R4, 599, with contract packages starting from R249 PM X 24.
Listen to the interview with the Vice-President of Honor Chris Sun