After weeks of teasers, Honor’s newest mid-range contender has finally made its official debut in the Philippines. Welcome the Honor 10 Lite, a phone that exudes a premium design, along with a balance of performance, and optical prowess, packed with a very attractive price tag.

The Honor 10 Lite has a 6.21-inch Dewdrop Full View Display with FHD+ resolution, and is powered by the Kirin 710 octa-core processor, along with 3GB of RAM. It comes with 32GB or 64GB of storage, expandable using a microSD card.

One of its key selling points is its 24MP front snapper, which uses an improved AI Beauty algorithm to adjust the beautification effects, according to your age, gender and skin tone. It adds AI-assisted scene recognition and various studio lighting effects, so that your selfies can come out stunning, yet natural.

It also boasts an AI-assisted dual rear camera system composed of a 13MP main sensor, augmented by a 2MP depth sensor. It has the Super Night Mode feature, which lets you take long exposure shots handheld. The device runs on Android 9 Pie, with EMUI 9 on top, and packs a 3,400mAh battery.

Specifications
ProcessorKirin 710 (Octa-Core)
RAM3GB
Storage32GB/64GB (Expandable)
Display6.21", FHD+, 19.5:9
Rear Camera13MP (f/1.8) + 2MP (f/2.4)
Front Camera24MP (f/2.0)
OSAndroid 9 + EMUI 9
Battery3,400mAh
Other FeaturesSuper Night Mode
AI Scene Recognition
AI Portrait Mode
3D Portrait Lighting
Video Enhancer
AI Noise Reduction
Pricing and Availability

The Honor 10 Lite is priced at PhP9,990 for the 3GB + 32GB variant (online exclusive, available in Shopee on January 25). The 3GB + 64GB variant is priced at PhP10,990, and will be available in physical stores starting January 26.

Honor is having a roadshow to celebrate the arrival of its newest mid-ranger on January 26. It will be held at the activity center of SM City North EDSA Annex. Those who will purchase a unit from the event will also receive PhP3,000 worth of freebies!

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