Honor 10 sells out in Europe on opening day

The only hardware on the back is the camera

The only hardware on the back is the camera

Huawei's sub-brand Honor introduced its flagship Honor 10 in China last month and then launched the phone at an event in London.

Huawei has burned through its initial stock of Honor 10 units in Europe on its launch day. The company noted that over 80,000 customers chose to take advantage of a €30 discount coupon, so we can expect that 100,000 units were sold in the first sale. In Spain, it took just six hours for the phone to run out of stock while in France consumers were seemingly fond of the Phantom Blue variant where it went out of stock within a day.

The Honor 10 is an alternative to the Honor View 10, with updated looks and design while being a highly camera-centric device packing a 16-megapixel camera with an f/1.8 aperture and a 24-megapixel telephoto lens. The AI Camera 2.0 on the device can recognize over 500 scenarios in 12 different categories in real time. It also comes with a top-notch at the screen, which is similar to the iPhone X. The smartphone is powered by a Kirin 970 processor paired with 6GB RAM and 64GB or 128GB storage depending upon the region. The phone packs a 3,400mAh capacity battery, with support for fast charging through a USB Type-C port.

The P20 is available exclusively from MobileCiti for $999 in a great range of colours including Graphite Black, Midnight Blue & Pink Gold.

The absolute star of the Huawei range is definitely the P20 Pro in Twilight - but the rest of the Huawei range are very impressive with some extremely sharp pricing.

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