Honor 10 Lite TV Advertisement Revealing the Phone’s Looks and Display
Huawei is quite excited in promoting Honor 10’s liter variant. The brand first teased the phone model on the Chinese social media platform, Weibo. We got to know what to expect from the phone from there. But, we still did not have any visual representation. Now, thanks to a TV commercial that just came out we know how the ‘gradient look’ looks on Honor 10 Lite.
The phone has the same camera positioning as Honor 8X, dual cameras vertically stacked on each other at the top left corner in the back. The fingerprint sensor is also at the back with round edged rims for a better grip. The TV commercial does not show any written text at the back, including the Brand’s name and the AI Camera label. This is either only an advertisement thing or the brand is actually going for a clean look. We will have to wait for the phone to launch to know the truth.
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The advertisement shows a young man sort of modeling with the phone and showing the viewers how it looks in real life; just basic advertisement stuff. He is also narrating the features of the phone and a very interesting tagline that translates to, ‘No gradient means no youth’. The whole commercial is in Chinese. Which explains why the phone is also known as Honor 10 Youth Version. ‘Gradient’ refers to the finish of the colors of the phone. In the commercial, you can see a Blue-White ombre back. The advertisement also reveals that the phone will be available in Passionate Red. Huawei has already launched phones with gradient looks, Honor is still behind with only two phones, the Honor 10 and the Honor Magic 2.
The device has a 6.21 inches display screen with a 19.5:9 tall ratio and 1080p resolution. The camera setup includes two rear cameras, one with 13 megapixels and a secondary one of 2 megapixels. The front ‘selfie’ camera is 24 megapixels. The phone is run by Android 9.0 (Pie), the latest upgrade of the Android operating system. The Android software is accompanied by Huawei’s EMUI 9.0. A powerful 3320 mAh battery will fuel the phone.
The phone is supposed to unveiled on November 21, at the launch in Beijing, China. Till then we can not know about all the details for sure, such as the pricing, global availability and, memory configurations etc.