The new Huawei Honor 10 Lite smartphone is about to raise your selfie game to top-notch level | Inquirer Technology

The new Huawei Honor 10 Lite smartphone is about to raise your selfie game to top-notch level

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06:00 PM January 24, 2019

Quick—what’s the one thing that most people test-run when buying a new phone?

Clue: It ‘clicks’.

The camera feature of today’s smartphones has, to some extent, become the litmus test of decision-making for mobile phone purchases. While most smartphone makers claim to equip their devices with the latest mobile camera technology, the selection will always come down to that plus a number of factors for consideration, which include quality, durability, and reasonable price—the latter being the major draw for that final buy. Plus points if it answers the question, “will it make me look naturally beautiful in my photos?” And in the space of “awesome camera feature, quality, durability, and amazingly low price”, only a handful of today’s devices will ever live up to expectations, and one of them is Huawei with its introduction of the new Huawei H10 Lite in the Philippines.

The H10 Lite hype is real

The H10 series is a game-changer in the mobile phone scene once it was officially revealed that the units were co-engineered with no other than iconic German camera brand Leica, known for manufacturing a-plus cameras, lenses, binoculars, and even ophthalmic lenses. That they partnered with a company that is primarily in the business of digital photography signaled the intent of Huawei to disrupt the phonetography and selfie game in the mobile computing world.

Now, the introduction of the H10 Lite is a clear indication of the learnings of Huawei with the earlier devices launched under the H series, especially in the area of camera technology for budget units. For one—the phone, beautifully encased in hard, glossy material with a first-rate feel to it, makes for a strong add-on to any person’s fashion statement. Next, the H10 Lite has a notched screen—a nice, welcome feature since this kind of display is almost always a premium feature in more expensive, top-of-the-line mobile devices. The phone is also equipped with Hybrid Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by) feature, a 6.21′, 1080 x 2340 pixels LCD screen, an Octa-core (4×2.2 GHz Cortex-A73 & 4×1.7 GHz Cortex-A53) CPU, a Hisilicon Kirin 710 chipset, and is powered by Android 9.0 (Pie) OS. But more importantly, the H10 light is equipped with the latest in camera technology, with Huawei putting in a strong front camera to help you up your selfie game on Instagram and give other mobile players a run for their selfie money.

So imagine getting a hold of the Huawei H10 Lite—with its notched screen, high-grade front camera, slick top-end exterior design, and all its latest tech features and advancements—and being able to brag that all these premier features came at just Php10,900 (srp). Features versus price point—you know it’s a steal.

How to get your hands on this slick machine

The Huawei H10 Lite is on sale starting January 26 but will only be available at the SM City North EDSA Roadshow. 4th Level, The Annex Activity Center from 10:00 A.M. onwards UNTIL SUPPLIES LAST. Your purchase of the H10 lite will come with an HONOR Band 4 Running, HONOR Gift Box and HONOR Sports Arm Band, free items that have a total value of Php3,000.00. Home Credit, Flexi Finance and other instalment offers will be available during the event to give you more options for your purchase.

The best part of your Huawei H10 Lite purchase at the Activity Center is that it gives you a chance to win a HUAWEI Matebook Laptop through a raffle to be held on site!

For more information, visit or like and follow Honor Philippines on their social media pages: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube account. BrandRoom/VT

TOPICS: AI, AI Technology, front camera, Honor, Huawei, Sale, Selfie
TAGS: AI, AI Technology, front camera, Honor, Huawei, Sale, Selfie

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