The Huawei subsidiary Honor has just launched the Honor 10, an Android mid-range phone with the same algorithm-based scene detection found in cell phones like the Mate 10 Pro and P20
Like the Honor 9 before, a dual -Lens camera (24 + 16 megapixels), fast charge (5V / 4.5A), which can fill 50 percent of the 3,400mAh cell in about 25 minutes, and a sheer metal coating created by multiple layers of paint and glass  Honor CEO George Zhao says the iridescent paint job (sound familiar?) Means that no two Honor 10s will look the same, which means whether they go for the green, blue, silver or black version. Each image will have a slightly different color.
The phone copies the Mate 1
The Honor 10 can apparently see over 500 scenarios and up to 22 subjects simultaneously in the picture; how this differs from the automatic scene recognition features of the Mate 10 and P20 areas remains to be seen.
Like the Mate 10 and P20 sections, the Kirin 970 Octa-Core CPU runs with its discrete NPU (Neural Processing) (19659002) Again, like Huawei's latest flagships, EMUI 8.1 is present, meaning that you have a decent, get stripped-down Android experience, which is probably as close as possible to Android One without Android One. It's basically a cheaper Huawei P20 without the Leica branding.
Honor 10 prizes must still be announced for the US – and the jury is still unable to enter because of the strange position Huawei has found with the FCC and the United States government. Although absolution is in the cards for ZTE, it could be good for other Chinese telcos as well.
The 64GB version, which is only for mainland Europe, should be unlocked for € 399.99, while the 128GB version costs around € 499.99 or £ 399.99 in the UK.
These prices are converted to approximately $ 475 and $ 590 based on current installments, plus whatever you would have to pay in import fees.