Huawei has confirmed that the Honor 10 has already sold out in Europe. The latest device from Huawei’s sub-brand was only officially revealed yesterday but now, just one day later, the Chinese giant has confirmed that the new smartphone has officially sold out across Europe.
Honor is one of the few major handset makers that has yet to introduce its first 2018 flagship to the global audience. We say major, as it is an offshoot of the third-largest cell phone maker globally, Huawei, and has been having moderate success with its Honor line in the US, especially the budget 7X offering lately.
The Honor 10 was actually already announced for China, and is one of the numerous phones this year that have embraced the notch. Based on the P20 family design, it offers a lot for the price on its hometurf, like a a 5.8-inch full HD+ (1080 x 2280 pixels) display with …
The phones comes with a 5.84″ IPS screen with 19:9 aspect ratio and a notch. The Honor 10 is powered by Huawei’s Kirin 970 chipset, 4 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage (there is also a cheaper version with 64GB). On the front of the phone you can find a 24-megapixel snapper for the occasional selfie session and on the back there is a dual camera unit consisting of a 24-megapixel monochrome sensor and a 16-megapixel RGB unit.
As one of the last holdouts to launch their flagship handset globally, Huawei’s sub-brand honor took the stage today to announce the Honor 10 – a phone that’s packed to the gills with features, which will be sold at a great value-for-money ratio, as we are accustomed to from the brand. Is it just a “fragile P20,” as a user commented during the launch?
Well, just like the P20, the Honor 10 ships with a glass-coated back that shifts its colors at an angle, introducing the so-called “color radiance” Aurora Glass coating technology to the Honor line, but only in the Phantom Blue and …
There’s been quite a lot of talk about whether or not the Honor 8 will be updated to Android 8.0 Oreo. Despite the fact that it didn’t initially include the smartphone on the list of soon to be upgraded devices, Honor said the 8 will eventually receive some kind of major Android OS update, but didn’t offer too many details about it.
The good news is Honor is actively working on Android 8.0 Oreo for the Honor 8 and is likely to release it very soon. In fact, a build is already available for download if you know where to look, but it’s just for the Chinese version of the Honor 8.
As expected, Honor 7X is now getting the highly-anticipated Android 8.0 Oreo update. The mid-ranger that’s supposed to appeal to consumers interested in mid-tier handsets made its debut in the United States earlier this year.
When the smartphone was introduced in the US, Honor promised to offer an Android 8.0 Oreo update to those who purchase the Honor 7X. Starting today, the Chinese company is rolling out the Android Oreo update based on EMUI 8.0 to all Honor 7X units in the US.
However, the update is rolled out in batches, so based on the IMEI number, you might get the update sooner …
The Honor 7X is one of those decent mid-range smartphones that have been priced pretty low to be more appealing to consumers. Still, it took the Chinese handset maker many months to introduce the Honor 7X in the United States, but when it did, it promised to offer an Oreo update to go with it.
Previous reports pointed Q2 as the timeframe Honor is targeting for the release of Android 8.0 Oreo for Honor 7X. Today, the company confirmed that the Honor 7X will receive the major Android OS update in the United States beginning April 30.
The update includes EMUI 8.0 and possibly the …
Honor 10, one of the flagship killers that many Android fans have been waiting for, is finally here, and judging by what it has to offer, it will not disappoint. The most important thing is that the Honor 10 costs less than $500, even though it comes with powerful hardware inside.
The smartphone has been officially introduced in China and will go on sale on April 27 for $415 (6GBRAM/64GB storage) and $480 (6GB RAM/128GB storage), respectively. The Honor 10 comes in four color variants: Black, Blue, Gray, and Purple.
According to Honor, its new flagship killer will be launched globally …
Huawei’s Kirin processors will remain exclusive to the company’s devices. It has previously been reported that the Chinese company would begin expanding its processors across the globe via partnerships with other smartphone manufacturers in a bid to take on Samsung. Speaking at the Huawei Global Analyst Conference, however, the company has denied these reports, confirming it currently has no plans to open up its processors to other brands.
Honor is one of the many handset makers that has yet to introduce its first 2018 flagship. Although a teaser leaked last week suggested the Honor 10 could be announced on may 15, it appears that the smartphone will be introduced in China much earlier.
What appears to be official invitations for the Honor 10 unveiling event have just popped up online and they clearly indicate the smartphone will be announced on April 19. If you’ve been following the latest tech news, then you probably know that Motorola may unveil the Moto G6 lineup on the same day.
However, since neither launch event …