It has been a long time since the sub-brand Huawei was introduced in 2013 to enhance the competitive edge of the parent brand in China and other emerging markets with a focus on offering low-cost handsets, and the brand is gradually moving away from its original position. Has gained value and independence, which has elevated their importance in the Huawei product portfolio from a subsidiary brand to one of the company’s main sources of revenue.
Although it continues to produce low-cost handsets, it is a major player in the smartphone market in price-sensitive markets such as China, India and the Middle East; But over the past year or two, it has experienced a presence in the top half of the mid-range handsets table and has occasionally even offered experiences close to flagship smartphones. In the name of the brand’s top smartphones (which first made headlines with the Honor 6 and Honor 6 Plus dual), there is only one number, and they usually offer specifications close to Huawei’s previous flagship P-series; Whereas the Honor 7 was in many ways similar to the Huawei P8, and the Honor 8 and Honor 9 bore similar similarities to the Huawei P9 and Huawei P10, respectively.
This trend has continued this year with the introduction of the Honor 10, which clearly has many similarities to the Huawei P20. This phone, however, according to the usual practice of the Honor brand, is offered at a much lower price than the P20, and in addition, in one or two cases, it is accompanied by new charms.
The Honor 10 comes with a relatively large 3,400mAh battery, which is exactly the same battery capacity as the Huawei P20, and with a 10nm processor, you can expect good durability. Huawei has not provided the official numbers of this battery, but in practice, even with an average upward use, it is not possible to bring the phone’s battery to its knees before reaching the middle of the second day, and with a slight change in usage, it can last until the end of the second day. He was hopeful.