Honor the sub-brand of Huawei has globally launched the Honor 10 earlier this month in an event held in London. With just a few days of global launch, we finally have the lighter version of the flagship Honor 10 with Honor 10 Lite spotted on TENAA in China.
Now we have spotted the device listed as Honor LLD-AL20 which is probably the Honor 10 Lite on Chinese certification TENAA. Honor 10 Lite is the successor to last year launched budget smartphone Honor 9 Lite which had a similar model number with LLD-AL10.
Sadly, TENAA doesn’t leak the device images but we have some of the specs listed on the website. As per TENAA, the alleged Honor 10 Lite will come in Black, gray, and Blue colors. The Honor 10 Lite weighs around 152 grams and is 7.7 mm thick.
Honor 10 Lite sports 5.84 inches FHD+ display with a resolution of 2280*1080p with an aspect ratio of 19:9 which confirms that it will come with a notch similar to Honor 10. Sadly, it is still powered by same Huawei Kirin 659 SoC one found on predecessor which is clocked at 2.3 GHz coupled with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory which can be expanded via microSD card slot up to 256GB.
This time the Honor 10 Lite will not have quad cameras as seen on Honor 9 Lite and come with a Dual rear camera with 13MP+2MP and single selfie camera with 16MP. It is running on Android 8.0 and is fueled by the lower 2900mAh battery. Anyway, with passing through TENAA we can expect the Honor 10 Lite to be officially launched soon.