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Honor 10 Lite appears on TENAA with Images, will come in a Supreme edition as well



It was just yesterday when we saw alleged Honor 10 Lite teased by the company on Weibo, and now the phone has appeared on TENAA along with its renders. Another leak hints that the handset will also come in a Supreme edition too.

As per TENAA, there are a total of three different variants of this new Honor smartphone with model numbers HRY-AL00a, HRY-AL00, and HRY-TL00. While all of them sport same design, the AL00a and TL00 models are black whereas the AL00 version shows off a chrome red finish.

Coming to the design, the Honor 10 Lite seems to have a glass back with gradient finish that houses a vertically stacked pair of two segregated cameras adorned by “AI Camera” branding, just like the Honor 8X, followed by an LED flash and a fingerprint scanner. The power button and volume rockers are placed on the right frame. On the front, the phone will bear a full-view display with a water-drop styled notch on top.

In the meanwhile, yet another leaked press render showcases a red coloured special edition model of the Honor 10 Lite which will launch as Honor 10 Lite Supreme in certain markets, clearly hinting that the Chinese giant is partnering with American skateboarding and clothing brand Supreme. Moreover, the Supreme edition will also carry a large white “Sup” branding at its back.

As of now, we don’t have any information about the specifications of the handset. However, it is being speculated that it will feature a Full-HD+ display with a 19:9 aspect ratio and will be powered by HiSilicon Kirin 659/710 SoC under the hood. Lastly, it will run on Android 8.1 Oreo with EMUI 8.x on top.

Earlier, China’s 3C certified the HRY-TL00/AL00 variants which revealed the devices to support standard 5V/2A charging protocol, and hence the phone might turn out to be a budget offering, just like the Honor 9 Lite. Anyways, let’s wait for the upcoming leaks and reports to reveal more. Till then, stay tuned.

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