The Honor 10i has already been released to the Russian market in March and, while it does have a lot of things in common with the Honor 10 Lite, the phone does have a few distinctive qualities of its own.
The handset made a TENAA appearance recently with model numbers HRY-TL00T and HRY-AL00T and, while in Russia the phone was launched with 4GB RAM and 128GB of storage, in China it will arrive with 6GB worth of RAM.
The rest of the specs remain unchanged from the Russian edition though: under the hood we’ll find the Kirin 710 chipset and the smartphone will have a 6.21 inch LCD display with a waterdrop notch that will house the 32 MP camera. On the back, the phone features a triple camera setup made out of a 24 MP f/1.8 camera, an 8 MP f/2.4 ultra-wide-angle shooter as well as a 2 MP depth sensor.
The HRY-TL00T variant is listed with a 4/128 GB combination but the HRY-AL00T comes with /64 GB, 6/64 GB, and 6/128 GB options. When the phone will finally drop on the market, it will come with an Android Pie-based EMUI 9.0 out of the box.
While the phone costs roughly around $300 on the Russian market after conversion, the Chinese variant will most likely cost less once it’s going to be released.