Honor View 10: Tips and tricks you need to know about

Those of you who are already familiar with Huawei know that it offers many customization options. You can activate gestures, change the background, enable the app drawer, customize navigation links, the font size, the display color, and so on and so forth.

If you’re looking for these kinds of ‘basic’ tricks, I’ll refer you to the article on the Huawei P10 tricks because most of them are also applicable to the View 10. And below I’ll go through some tips not included in the previous article that will you allow you to optimize your device.

Face recognition for notifications and unlocking the device

Honor already released a software update to make this feature more complete and to allow users to unlock the device through face recognition. Whether you’ve received the update or not, I recommend that you activate it, at least to have access to the contents of the notifications from the lock screen.

Go to Settings > Safety and Privacy > Face Recognition.

AndroidPIT honor view 10 9985 The software update completes the face recognition feature. / © AndroidPIT

Histen Audio Effects for the most demanding ears

Just like in the Honor 9, you can experience 3D sound on the View 10. To do this, however, you’ll have to connect wired earphones to your device, since it doesn’t support the use of Bluetooth headphones. The Histen Huawei Audio Effects can’t be accessed under Settings > Audio until you plug in headphones.

Private space: Since everyone has something to hide

With this feature you can create a kind of private island, which is only accessible with a password and a different fingerprint from the one normally used. This is a useful feature for those of us who often share smartphones with friends or colleagues and for people who generally want to make sure that data, photos and apps stay away from prying eyes.

You can learn how it work in this article and activate it by accessing Settings > Security and Privacy > Private Space.

AndroidPIT Private space 8627 It’s like having two different smartphones. / © AndroidPIT

Lock a few apps

If Private Space is too drastic of a solution for you, you can rely on App Lock in Settings > Security and Privacy. You can set a password or fingerprint to open some applications on your Honor View 10. You’ll find a list of apps that allow you to manually lock them by moving the cursor to the right.

Scroll through your photos while charging

Here’s a gem that you may not know about. It’s called Screensaver, and when it’s enabled, the device will automatically scroll through your photos while your smartphone is charging. You just have to allow access to photos and multimedia content and select the source folder as well as the duration of your slideshow. Here’s one small extra tip: place your View 10 on a stand to better enjoy your photos.  

AndroidPIT honor view 10 0006 While your smartphone is charging, it may be a useful time to look at the pictures from your last trip. / © AndroidPIT

Avoid distractions in the Game Suite

Those gamers out there will appreciate this feature allowing you to focus on the game in front of you, as well as saving battery power. Simply open the pre-installed app on your Honor View 10 and then decide how to customize your gaming experience to your liking. You can:

  • Lock navigation keys
  • Choose between Game Mode (optimized performance at the expense of power consumption), Smart Mode (balance of performance and battery consumption) or Power Saving Mode (reduces power consumption as well as gaming performance).
  • Activate uninterrupted games to hide notifications on the screen, except for those related to alarms, calls and low battery alerts.

Turn the View 10 into a remote control

The View 10 integrates an infrared sensor, which when using the pre-installed app on your device will allow you to use your smartphone as if it were a remote control. Look for the app called Remote Control, click on Add Remote Control, select the device you want to connect to and follow the instructions below to pair the devices. There is also a menu with a few customization options.

AndroidPIT honor view 10 0025 The infrared sensor transforms the View 10 into a remote control. / © AndroidPIT

Use your voice to call, find the device and more

Activating voice commands can be useful for all situations where your hands are busy. Go to Settings > Intelligent Support > Voice Command and select your preferred option. To be able to make calls from the unlock screen or search for your device, you will first need to click on Voice Reactivation and say ‘Dear Honor’ three times in a quiet setting. The process is the same as required by Google Assistant, only the magic words have changed and you can decide to customize them.

I personally find this feature useful to make a quick call. Just hold down the lower volume button for a few seconds from the lock screen and say the name of your contact after the beep to start your call. Try to get as close as possible to the microphone or the voice recognition may not work properly.

And more interestingly, you can also search for your device just by saying ‘Dear Honor, where are you?’.

Full screen display for apps and games

The View 10 uses a 18:9 screen, but not all applications use it by default. You can change this setting to utilize the full screen display by doing the following:

  • Launch an app, click on Full Screen Display at the bottom of the screen and then click OK to confirm.
  • Go to Settings > Display > Full screen display and then manually select the applications where you want to activate this feature. Please note, however, that if you do not optimize for this type of display, black borders will appear around the frame of the app.

AndroidPIT honor view 10 9974 You can use the full screen display for all apps. / © AndroidPIT

Cancel a sent SMS (in case you need to reconsider)

For those of you who still prefer sending a text message instead of using WhatsApp or Telegram, it may be useful to activate the Cancel Send function in the Messaging settings. Once activated, you are able to cancel sending a message by clicking on the message within six seconds of sending it.

AndroidPIT honor view 10 9979 Useful for second thoughts… / © AndroidPIT

The Honor View 10 can be customized in many ways. This article will be followed up with an article especially for the camera, so you’ll know how to tweak the double camera integrated in your smartphone. What other tricks and features are you interested in learning more about? Let us know in the comments!

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Honor 9 Lite hands-on review: complete package, competitive price

Honor 9 Lite release date and price

At the moment little is known about the price and availability of the Honor 9 Lite in the US. It was first launched in China back in December 2017 and enjoyed success in India before becoming available in online shops in Europe. At a price of 229 euros, we can take an educated guess that the Honor 9 Lite will be sold in the US for just under $ 200. 

Honor 9 Lite design and build quality

A smartphone must not only be technically good, but also look good. Honor understood that and when designing the Honor 9 Lite, the Chinese stayed close to the formula that brought the Honor 9 such success. Glass on both sides, slightly bent at the edges and with fine shimmering reflections: this looks chic and high-quality. The frame that holds the glass surfaces together is made of plastic, but that’s only noticeable when you take a closer look. Visually, the Honor 9 Lite has really succeeded, no question about it.

We had a chance to handle a pre-release model Honor 9 Lite and the manufacturing quality left a very good first impression. Although the openings in the frame, such as for loudspeakers, micro-USB connections or SIM slides, do not look quite as elegant as with an aluminum frame, this does not disturb everyday life. In order to prevent the glass from being scratched, Honor offers its customers a transparent cover made of silicone. 7.6 mm thin and weighing in at 149g, the Honor 9 Lite fits comfortably in the hand. The fingerprint sensor on the back is easy to reach and works smoothly.

AndroidPIT honor 9 lite 0157 The Honor 9 Lite looks very high-quality. / © AndroidPIT by Irina Efremova

Lots of display for the price

The times when cheap smartphones had small, grainy displays are long gone for many manufacturers, including Honor. The Honor 9 Lite comes with a 5.65-inch screen with a Full HD Plus resolution of 2,160 x 1,080 pixels and is available in the currently popular, slightly stretched 18:9 format. The bezels around the screen are quite thin, now typical of Honor’s so-called “FullView display”. The picture is sharp, but slightly paler than with better, more expensive mobile phone displays and many OLED panels.

In addition to the design of the Honor 9 Lite, another highlight is the software. The smartphone ships directly with Android 8.0 Oreo, the January security patch and the current EMUI 8. Project Treble is also supported. This is not even to be found on top smartphones everywhere, and certainly not within the roughly $ 200 range that the Honor 9 Lite calls home. Sure, EMUI is not everyone’s cup of tea, but the look is highly customizable and some features are actually helpful, such as gesture control via the well-functioning fingerprint sensor.

Double dual-camera

The double dual camera allows the Honor 9 Lite to stand out from the crowd. Even in the front there is a module with two lenses and sensors, which many cheap smartphones don’t even offer on the back. Honor’s parent company Huawei was the first renowned manufacturer to install dual-camera technology, and this experience is evident. The implementation of the Bokeh mode has been well done, in the gallery app you can set the focus afterwards and adjust the blur of the background. But there are also errors in the calculation of the depth map, all these software solutions have this problem. All in all, the quality of the cameras, which have the identical resolution of 13 and 2 MP at the front and rear, is very decent for the price category.

AndroidPIT honor 9 lite 0086 Dual camera in the front. / © AndroidPIT by Irina Efremova

The Honor 9 Lite contains a Kirin 659 from Hisilicon with 3 GB of memory. This is enough in everyday life for a performance that will satisfy most people and their expectations. However, it is clear that the Honor 9 Lite is not one of the fastest smartphones on the market. Short loading pauses and jerks occur again and again, but this is something that still has to be taken into account and lived with in this price range. In our benchmark tests, the smartphone achieved the following results:

Honor 9 Lite performance: Benchmark results

Test Score
3DMark Sling Shot Vulkan 362 points
3DMark Sling Shot Extreme 332 points
3DMark Sling Shot 231 points
3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited 12.303 points
Geekbench 4 (Single / Multi Core) 943 / 3.712 points
PassMark Memory 4.911 points
PassMark Disk 61.024 points

First of all, something positive about the audio: Honor has included cable headphones in the sales packaging of the Honor 9 Lite. We can’t check the quality of this product, because our review device didn’t come with the gift as well as the free cover that the consumers get to enjoy. But there’s a catch: The mono speaker of the Honor 9 Lite is a sad, feeble thing, suitable for little more than ringtones.

Good battery life, but no Quick-Charge

The Honor 9 Lite contains a 3,000 mAh rechargeable battery. It can be used without any problems for one day without contact with the charger cable. Especially thrifty users might not even need the charger until the evening of the second day. Not a bad performance for a smartphone—but at the same time it doesn’t bode well for supposed “advances” in battery technology. The Honor 9 Lite does not have Quick Charge.

AndroidPIT honor 9 lite 0105 The Honor 9 Lite has just about everything a smartphone needs. / © AndroidPIT by Irina Efremova

Early Verdict

For the price, the Honor 9 Lite offers a convincing overall package, at least at first glance. The smartphone is not the fastest, but it has a chic design, comes with the latest Android version and two dual cameras. On the downside are the old micro-USB port, which is just about acceptable in this price range, and the bad speaker. We will examine everything else in our upcoming full review of the Honor 9 Lite.

This review will be extended step by step. In this main article you will find the basic information and specifications. If you would like to find out more about the specific aspects, you will find detailed information on this in other articles linked from this page. We are currently testing this as our new review format. Feel free to tell us what you think and make suggestions for improvement!

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Huawei Mate 10 Pro vs. Honor View 10: More than a marketing gimmick?

Huawei Mate 10 Pro vs Honor View 10: Design


From the outside, the differences between the View 10 and the Mate 10 Pro are quite obvious. Honor uses an aluminum chassis while the Mate 10 Pro is fully glazed. In both, however, the cameras protrude; much more prominently in the case of the View 10.

However, this makes View 10 no less attractive; the 2.5D glass finish on the front really appeals to me. The View 10 leaves you with the classic jack connection for your old headphones, which had to give way to the future when it comes to the Mate 10 Pro. The same applies to microSD card support.

AndroidPIT honor view 10 vs huawei mate 10 pro 9104 The Mate 10 Pro (right) is elegant, modern and fragile. / © AndroidPIT


Jessi left out an important detail: Huawei’s Mate 10 Pro is waterproof. If it falls into the sink, you have no risk of damage from penetrating water. Otherwise, the design comparison reveals that the devices were conceived differently.

Honor holds on to many lifestyle selling points and prefers robust aluminium instead of fragile glass. The fact that the aluminium will be scratched and broken, while the glass remains largely immaculate until it breaks, reveals these differences in design philosophy:

The Honor View 10 is aimed at young people with an active everyday life who tolerate signs of wear and tear. The Huawei Mate 10 Pro, on the other hand, is designed for people who work in the office, carry their smartphone in a discreet protective case and like to present it as flawlessly as themselves.

Huawei Mate 10 Pro vs. Honor View 10: Camera


In the View 10, Honor uses quite a bit of the same technology found in Huawei Mate 10 Pro. But the aperture of f/1.8 is slightly smaller than the previously unbeaten f/1.6 aperture of the Mate 10 Pro. This is noticeable in the fact that the View 10 only takes as good pictures as the Mate 10 Pro under significantly better lighting conditions.

A further complicating factor is that the View 10 has to do without an optical image stabilizer. This would have allowed longer exposure times without blurring, which the View 10 would have to compensate for without using higher ISO values. This results in image noise and loss of detail. See for yourself:


I think that the Huawei Mate 10 camera is legendary. But I haven’t got enough experience with Pixel 2 or iPhone X to say if it could be the absolute best. Simple snapshots are really easy with the Mate 10 Pro and commonly turn out great, be it outside in daylight or inside in dim light.

Technically, the overlaps with the camera of the View 10 are enormous. In both cases, the AI recognizes the scene and adjusts exposure and post-processing accordingly. View 10 adds a new, artistic form of postprocessing. The Mate 10 Pro, on the other hand, reaches the limit of its alteration capability with the portrait mode. Of course, all this can be constantly developed and changed through software updates.

View10 artistic mode The Honor View 10 provides comic filters. / © AndroidPIT

Huawei Mate 10 Pro vs Honor View 10: everyday performance


A look at the technical specifications quickly reveals that View 10 and Mate 10 Pro are close siblings. In the meantime, both have been updated to Android 8.0 operating system version with EMUI 8.0 interface. Both use the AI-supported Huawei Kirin 970 chipset. We find 6 GB RAM and 128 GB internal memory on both, too. Nevertheless, I noticed 10 delays in the view that I didn’t notice in everyday life with the Mate 10 Pro. However, these should be fixed by optimizations in the software. After all, View 10 is a little bit younger than the Mate 10 Pro, which has already received several software updates and thus optimizations and bug fixes.


One advantage that should not be underestimated in everyday life is the good sound of the Mate 10 Pro. Thanks to its stereo format in landscape orientation, it is really outstandingly suitable if you want to show a video ad hoc or hold a video conference. In addition, I get by with the battery of the Mate 10 Pro for a few hours longer than Jessi with the View 10; barely two days instead of “just a little more than a day”. This can be partly due to the slightly larger battery size, but also to AMOLED display technology in the Mate 10 Pro, which works more sparingly than LCD in certain scenarios.

Huawei Mate 10 Pro vs. Honor View 10 technical specifications

  Huawei Mate 10 Pro Honor View 10
Dimensions: 154.2 x 74.5 x 7.9 mm 157 x 74.98 x 6.97 mm
Weight: 178 g 172 g
Battery size: 4000 mAh 3750 mAh
Screen size: 6 in 5.99 in
Display technology: AMOLED LCD
Screen: 2160 x 1080 pixels (402 ppi) 2160 x 1080 pixels (403 ppi)
Front camera: 8 megapixels 13 megapixels
Rear camera: 20 megapixels 20 megapixels
Flashlight: Dual-LED LED
Android version: 8.0 – Oreo 8.0 – Oreo
User interface: Huawei EMUI Emotion UI
RAM: 6 GB 6 GB
Internal storage: 128 GB 128 GB
Removable storage: Not available microSD
Chipset: HiSilicon Kirin 970 HiSilicon Kirin 970
Number of cores: 8 8
Max. clock speed: 2.36 GHz 2.36 GHz
Connectivity: HSPA, LTE, NFC, Dual-SIM , Bluetooth 4.2 HSPA, LTE, NFC, Dual-SIM , Bluetooth 4.2

Huawei Mate 10 Pro vs. Honor View 10 in Benchmarks

  Huawei Mate 10 Pro Honor View 10
3DMark Sling Shot Vulkan 2387 2488
3DMark Sling Shot Extreme 2913 2943
3DMark Sling Shot 3226 3314
3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited 30181 31677
Geekbench 4 (Single / Multi Core) 1892 / 6723 1906 / 6618
PassMark Memory 6723 9128
PassMark Disk 71474 73380

Huawei Mate 10 Pro vs Honor View 10: Verdict


Apart from technical specs, the devices differ in certain details which we will compare in the following table:

Important differences between the Huawei Mate 10 Pro and Honor View 10

  Huawei Mate 10 Pro Honor View 10
Starting price Around $ 800/£700 Around $ 600 (unconfirmed)/£449.99
Dual SIM Only unlocked Almost always
microSD card Not compatible Compatible
Camera with OIS Yes No
Aperture f/1.6 f/1.8
Headphone jack No Yes
Built in stereo sound Yes No
Can be connected to a screen via HDMI Yes, Easy Projection No

Lowest price: Huawei Mate 10 Pro

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I see the biggest difference above all in the marketing strategy. While Huawei is exhibited alongside giants like Samsung at prestige events to great publicity, Honor quietly scans the field of young so-called ‘digital natives’. Similar to OnePlus, Honor relies almost completely on online sales and word of mouth buzz. Instead of the customer, Honor speaks of the community.

Lowest price: Honor View 10

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The difference in price is therefore not measured fundamentally by the quality of hardware, because it is largely equivalent. Huawei’s decisions when it comes to the design and marketing of the Mate 10 Pro targets a completely different group, attracting more demanding customers with deeper pockets. They don’t have to deal with microSD cards and don’t shy away from buying a new headset when the phone jack no longer exists.

AndroidPIT Huawei Mate 10 Pro Easy Projection 1 Bonus for the Mate 10 Pro: Easy Projection / © AndroidPIT

A bonus feature on the Huawei Mate 10 Pro is Easy Projection. In my review, I couldn’t use 3D games with it or stream Netflix episodes. This means that the two scenarios that are most relevant to me are not covered, so I don’t want to advertise the feature as a plus point against the View 10.

But now, it’s over to you….

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OnePlus 5T vs. Honor View 10: The final shootout

OnePlus 5T vs Honor View 10: Design


The preferences in terms of design are very subjective, that much is clear. I have to admit that the View 10 won’t wow you with its design, but it’s along the same lines as the Honor 8/Pro. It offers a classic metal body that is quite thin, has rounded corners and is slightly slippery. In my opinion, the Honor 9 has a better design.

The View 10 doesn’t have glass on the backside and the two photo lenses stick out too much. The physical buttons on the right side are easy to reach and easily distinguishable from their different surfaces. The fingerprint sensor is located on the front panel and is easy to use, even if your smartphone is on the table in front of you. It’s a nice phone, yes, but nothing special. When I pick up the View 10 and the 5T at the same time, I prefer the design from OnePlus.

AndroidPIT honor view 10 vs oneplus 5t 8676 Both smartphones’ cameras slightly protrude from the frame. / © AndroidPIT


The design of the OnePlus 5T is really well done. Due to the narrow display bezels, the smartphone is not too wide despite the large display. The back side is slightly bent, so that the 5T fits well in your hand. There is one small but important detail: on the long sides there is a clear edge that ensures an easy grip. The manufacturing is excellent, the camera is elegantly integrated into the back and the front side is protected against fingerprints with a coating. The white version looks somewhat better and is also less slippery than the black OnePlus 5T. Compared to the somewhat boring Honor View 10, in my opinion the OnePlus 5T has clear style advantages.

AndroidPIT honor view 10 vs oneplus 5t 8677 Both Honor and OnePlus have kept the jack plug. / © AndroidPIT

OnePlus 5T vs Honor View 10: The best features


The special features often make the biggest difference with new devices, because let’s face it, the designs are often similar regardless of the manufacturer. I was able to find some interesting features with the Honor View 10:

  • Twin App: This is nothing new for Huawei/Honor, but it’s pleasant to find you can use two WhatsApp and Facebook accounts at the same time. This is convenient especially for those of you who keep two accounts, one for work and one for private life.
  • Private area: Here you can set a different password and fingerprint for access to a private area. Ideal if you want to keep photos, apps or other information hidden from prying eyes. It’s easy to adjust, but does somewhat slow down the device.
  • Face recognition: Unfortunately, it’s not yet possible to unlock View 10 with face recognition, but you can access the contents of messages that would otherwise remain hidden. Face recognition is really fast, but it’s a pity that this feature is only halfway implemented. But still, an update will likely change this soon. It just hasn’t arrived on our test device yet.
  • Microsoft Translator: Here’s another insider’s tip that already exists on the Mate 10 Pro. Google Translator is undoubtedly the best known service, but Microsoft’s app uses the artificial intelligence of the Kirin 970 and responds immediately to commands. It is particularly useful in international work environments, such as here at AndroidPIT.

AndroidPIT Private space 8627 The private homescreen is on the left, the normal one is on the right. / © AndroidPIT


Oxygen OS has a few features on the OnePlus 5T that I really appreciate. These three I especially like:

  • Face Unlock: The OnePlus 5T can be unlocked with face recognition. This may not be as technically sophisticated as with the iPhone X, but it works like a dream, even in low lighting conditions. Together with Tap to Wake, Face Unlock is unbeatable on the 5T, so Honor can’t compete with OnePlus here.
  • Always-on Display: On the lock screen of the OnePlus 5T I can display the time and notifications. That’s super handy and if I set it accordingly, the always-on display wakes up when I lift the phone. And that’s exactly how I like it!
  • Gestures: OnePlus has integrated numerous operating gestures into the system that are really practical. When the smartphone is locked, you can press and hold the fingerprint sensor for a long time to take a picture. You can also take a screenshot by holding three fingers over the display. There’s also many more and the good thing about it is: whatever I don’t need, I can switch off.

AndroidPIT oneplus 5t 2942 With its always-on display, OnePlus 5T is a step ahead of Honor View 10. / © AndroidPIT

OnePlus 5T vs Honor View 10: Software


There is a considerable difference between the View 10 and OnePlus 5T in terms of software. Huawei offers Android 8.0 Oreo and EMUI 8, and the look is very well adapted and individually adjustable. On the View 10, software optimizations are still needed to improve performance, but many users won’t even notice that. The bloatware also needs to be reduced. In this article you can get a better picture of the latest version of EMUI. Honor has also thought of the gamers by integrating the Game Suite, which allows you to block alerts during game sessions so you won’t be distracted while you’re gaming.

AndroidPIT honor view 10 vs oneplus 5t 8666 Oreo vs Nougat: Honor is more up to date than OnePlus. / © AndroidPIT


With its Oxygen OS, OnePlus has its own Android-based system on board. Unfortunately, the manufacturer hasn’t yet been able to release the Oreo update for the current flagship. Project Treble doesn’t support OnePlus. These two points bother me quite a bit, even if they’re not immediately noticeable in everyday use. There’s one other thing that I don’t like about the software at all, and that’s the underlying spying tools for which OnePlus is rightly criticized. This has led to uncertainty about my privacy, and I had hoped that the brand would have finally gotten rid of them.

What I like, however, is the modern look and the fact that OnePlus has no third-party bloatware. Everything seems very tidy and clear, and even better, Oxygen OS runs really quickly and doesn’t unnecessarily slow down the fast processor.

OnePlus 5T vs Honor View 10: Camera

We consulted our resident camera expert Stefan to compare the cameras in the two smartphones:


Both the OnePlus 5T and the Honor View 10 are equipped with a dual camera on the back. Both main cameras have a 16 MP sensor. The secondary cameras each deliver 20 MP, but with one difference: the Honor View 10 uses a black and white sensor to improve resolution and digital zoom, while the OnePlus 5T’s 20 MP sensor is meant to be optimized for low-light scenarios.

AndroidPIT oneplus 5t vs honor view 10 tv tower dynamic range The OnePlus 5T emphasizes dark areas too strongly. / © AndroidPIT

Let’s start with the basics: in good lighting conditions, both smartphones shoot quite decent photographs, although they are different. The OnePlus 5T has a significantly stronger microcontrast and emphasizes the black parts of the image much more strongly than the Honor View 10. This would give the 5T the advantage in terms of reproducing detail. Especially in high-contrast scenarios, the OnePlus processes image contrast aggressively and gives the photos a very dramatic look that may not please everyone.

AndroidPIT oneplus 5t vs honor view 10 popcorn detail The View 10’s images are brighter, but show less detail. / © AndroidPIT

The Honor View 10, on the other hand, generally provides brighter images that in direct comparison appear almost low-contrast, but are usually more visually appealing. Especially in scenarios with large differences in brightness, the chances of getting a well lit subject are better with the Honor device.

AndroidPIT oneplus 5t vs honor view 10 portrait low light Both smartphones are on the same level in portrait mode. / © AndroidPIT

In bad lighting conditions, the Honor View 10 shows significantly less image noise. This may sound nice, but it comes at a price: noise reduction also kills details and colors and gives the pictures a rather muddy look. While the OnePlus 5T shows visible image noise in bad light conditions, the detail and color reproduction remain sufficiently stable even at ISO 2000.

AndroidPIT oneplus 5t vs honor view 10 low light The Honor View 10 flattens images too smoothly. / © AndroidPIT

OnePlus 5T vs Honor View 10: Everyday use


In daily use, View 10 performs its tasks and runs smoothly. If you’re used to faster high-end smartphones, you’ll notice lower performance, but you won’t have any problems with demanding games, multitasking and playing videos and music. The View 10 is equipped with a mono speaker that also works well without distorting the sound when it is set to high volume.

The 3000 mAh battery can last for one and a half days in moderate use. And if you’re using your smartphone quite intensively, you’ll usually have 20 percent of the battery left in the evening. You may need some time to get used to the fingerprint reader on the front, but as always, the Huawei sensor works quickly and accurately and can be used to unlock and navigate the system.

AndroidPIT honor view 10 vs oneplus 5t 8660 You have the choice: Fingerprint sensor on the front or the back? / © AndroidPIT


Unlike Honor, OnePlus has moved the fingerprint sensor to the back. I like it better, especially with larger smartphones. And even more practical, if you swipe from top to bottom over the sensor it displays the notifications. But I prefer the OnePlus 5T’s face recognition, which works extremely well and also quickly. The one disadvantage is that you can’t view any notifications or controls on the lock screen, for example for music playback.

The display, speed and camera do not cause any problems in everyday life and the battery lasts as long as the View 10’s. I can never go two days without charging it, but I can last a little longer than one day. What annoys me is the slippery backside of the black OnePlus 5T—it needs a cover. It’s a good thing that OnePlus includes one free of charge and has others on offer for a low price. The white 5T is not that slippery due to the sandstone surface, but it does get dirty faster. The Honor View 10 might be a bit easier to maintain.

OnePlus 5T vs Honor View 10:  The bare facts

OnePlus 5T vs. Honor View 10 technical specifications

  OnePlus 5T Honor View 10
Dimensions: 156.1 x 75 x 7.3 mm 157 x 74.98 x 6.97 mm
Weight: 162 g 172 g
Battery size: 3300 mAh 3750 mAh
Screen size: 6.01 in 5.99 in
Display technology: AMOLED LCD
Screen: 2160 x 1080 pixels (402 ppi) 2160 x 1080 pixels (403 ppi)
Front camera: 20 megapixels 13 megapixels
Rear camera: 16 megapixels 20 megapixels
Flashlight: Dual-LED LED
Android version: 7.1.1 – Nougat 8.0 – Oreo
User interface: Oxygen OS Emotion UI
8 GB
6 GB
Internal storage: 64 GB
128 GB
128 GB
Removable storage: Not available microSD
Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 HiSilicon Kirin 970
Number of cores: 8 8
Max. clock speed: 2.45 GHz 2.36 GHz
Connectivity: HSPA, LTE, NFC, Dual-SIM , Bluetooth 5.0 HSPA, LTE, NFC, Dual-SIM , Bluetooth 4.2

OnePlus 5T vs Honor View 10: Benchmark results

Benchmark results OnePlus 5T vs Honor View 10

  OnePlus 5T Honor View 10
3DMark Sling Shot Vulkan 2.799 points 2.488 points
3DMark Sling Shot Extreme 3.592 points 2.943 points
3DMark Sling Shot 4.347 points 3.314 points
3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited 40.914 points 31.677 points
Geekbench 4 (Single / Multi Core) 1.973 / 6.593 points 1.906 / 6.618 points
PassMark Memory 15.613 points 9.128 points
PassMark Disk 72.967 points 73.380 points

OnePlus 5T vs Honor View 10: Conclusion

Jessica und Steffen

We agree: both smartphones are really good and offer a lot for much less money than the flagships of other manufacturers. There are nevertheless differences. While the OnePlus 5T and the Honor View 10 perform quite similarly with respect to the battery and camera, the OnePlus smartphone has advantages in terms of design and performance, as the face recognition works extremely fast and is a really convenient feature. The View 10, on the other hand, has the more up to date software and the fingerprint sensor on the front, which many users prefer. But ultimately, the choice is yours and you can’t do much wrong with either smartphone.

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Got something to hide? You'll love this Honor feature

On Android there are several ways to hide sensitive data, photos, videos and apps from your device. Honor offers an interesting feature called Private Space that allows you to create your own secret area in your phone, without installing additional apps. 

Security and privacy

Smartphones have become a part of our everyday lives, and can often contain some of our most intimate secrets. Bank accounts online, private photos, videos, work files, scanned identity documents, various account passwords: protecting the information contained in our devices should not be overlooked.

Often we are a bit negligent and forget about the security of this information, surprisingly in 2017, the most commonly used passwords were also the easiest to guess. And too often, some of us leave our smartphone in the hands of friends or colleagues, forgetting about the personal things that they could easily access. For those who want to take every precaution possible to avoid sharing information, private photos or apps: Private Space comes to the rescue.

AndroidPIT Private space 8619 Private Space, a feature that could be very useful for some users / © AndroidPIT

Private space: what does it do?

This is an feature that you can find listed in the View 10 settings menu in the Security and privacy section. To go straight to that option, and it allows you to set a password and a fingerprint different from the one you use to unlock the device. After changing this setting, you will have two different access keys to two different “accounts”.

The new PIN requires 4 to 16 digits. The first four, for security reasons, do not have to match those of the main account password. Once you have entered and confirmed the PIN, you can also add your fingerprint too, to unlock the device even quicker. In this case of course, the fingers you use must be different. What you will find before your eyes is a clean home screen, as if you had just done a reset of the device. This means that you will have to deal with these 5 annoying functions all over again, but its worth it.

AndroidPIT Private space 8627 The left image shows the private space home screen, and on the right is my main account / © AndroidPIT

Now you can set it up however you want. You can access your ‘secret’ account, connect it to the Play Store, download apps and use the device as you normally would do. You can add app’s relating to your online banking, e-commerce sites where you are regularly shopping online and saving your payment details, as well as adding personal photographs.

AndroidPIT Private space 8629 On the left are the apps that you will only find by default on Private space, and on on the right, all my applications, without filters / © AndroidPIT

This is a great feature if you have kids. You can use it to download apps that are just for your children, while keeping them away from other content on your device. Don’t forget to set up parental controls if you would like to limit their access to the internet.  

Some disadvantages to consider

Depending on the finger you place on the fingerprint sensor or the PIN you enter, you can access two different “worlds”. Useful, without a doubt. However, you will need to be patient while the device loads the correct account.

If you use a microSD, you will have to remove it or the photos will still appear in the Gallery

128GB of internal memory and 6GB of RAM should be enough to store your apps, photos and files. However some of you may need to insert a microSD, and it’s important to know that if you use one of these, the photos stored here will still appear in your hidden gallery. Therefore you will need to remove this device if you don’t want anybody to see these images in your newly created hidden account.

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Another disadvantage: if you use the 2-step verification system on your e-mail account, you will not be able to set up the same e-mail account even on Private Space. This is because once the account is added, the confirmation will arrive on the main home screen. So to access it, you will have to exit Private Space but, when you go back to your normal account, you will be asked again to enter the email address. It’s up to you whether you think this is worth it.

Do you think Private Space could be useful, or do you prefer to rely on other systems rather than creating a private account that requires different access keys?

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Honor View 10: Take a look at our unboxing video

At the beginning of December Honor introduced the View 10, its new flagship, in London. Already available as a pre-order and officially on sale starting January 8th, the View 10 promises to be an interesting smartphone that could prove to be a twist on the OnePlus 5T and Huawei Mate 10 Pro. It’s time to show it to you!

We received the Blue Navy model in the editorial office, but I must admit I was hoping for the red one, which is now only available in China. The View 10 is available in a single variant with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory. It is priced at €499.90 in Europe with pricing information still unknown in the US. In the video below you can see the View 10 in its entirety as well as the accessories included in the purchase package.

Our first impressions on the device are positive. It is a good-looking but not particularly original device thanks to its rounded corners. You can note the fingerprint reader has space on the front.

Honor View 10 technical specifications

Dimensions: 157 x 74.98 x 6.97 mm
Weight: 172 g
Battery size: 3750 mAh
Screen size: 5.99 in
Display technology: LCD
Screen: 2160 x 1080 pixels (403 ppi)
Front camera: 13 megapixels
Rear camera: 20 megapixels
Flashlight: LED
Android version: 8.0 – Oreo
User interface: Emotion UI
Internal storage: 64 GB
Removable storage: microSD
Chipset: HiSilicon Kirin 970
Number of cores: 8
Max. clock speed: 2.4 GHz
Connectivity: HSPA, LTE, NFC, Dual-SIM , Bluetooth 4.2

As we work on our final review, let us know what you think of the new Honor View 10 and write your thought about the product in the comments!

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Livestream: CES 2018, OnePlus 5T Sandstone White and Honor View 10

Happy New Year! Are you ready for something new? Today the center of our discussion will be the CES in Las Vegas, as well as some exciting news about the new Honor View 10 and OnePlus 5T in the Sandstone White version. Ready to check them out?

What is this all about?

A livestream for COM? Yes! As Fabi already explained to you in his first article of 2018, we will be working hard to bring you more videos to keep you up to date with the latest tech trends. Every week we will be live and available to talk with you all, so be sure to tune in at 12.30 pm US time, (or 5.30 pm if you are in the UK), and we will have a new topic to discuss with you. So don’t be shy and chat to us during our livestream, we’re looking forward to hearing your thoughts!

What to expect

As mentioned, we will be talking you through the Honor View 10 and OnePlus 5T, as well as the CES in Las Vegas, of course! The American tech fair will be hosting a flood of news that will not only affect smartphones but many other electronic devices. Smart refrigerators, robots, and PCs are a few examples of what you can expect on the line-up. Though it may not seem as interesting as the MWC in Barcelona, we know that some great smartphones will appear in Nevada, and we want to let you know about them. 

Yesterday, OnePlus opened 2018 with a new version of the OnePlus 5T that we want to show you, but this time we’ll be live. Watch and listen, and don’t hesitate to ask whatever questions you may have during our livestream.

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Honor 7X review: A little more bang for your buck

Honor has repeatedly introduced interesting features on its mid-range smartphones, features which we would normally expect on more expensive devices. The Honor 7X, which features the 18:9 display already used by Huawei and very slim bezels, looks to be no exception. We’ve spent some time with the Honor 7X and here’s what we think.


  • Well made
  • Dual camera
  • Display 18:9
  • Battery


  • Android 7.0 Nougat
  • Too much bloatware
  • No USB Type C

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Honor 7X release date and price

As of December 5th, the Chinese company’s new smartphones have completed their journey to the west, and the Honor 7X, being the more ‘junior’ device aimed at a younger audience on a budget, offers a pretty good deal for its features.

As of the time of writing Honor is throwing in some extra goodies with the devices to celebrate the release. Pricing for the US is $ 199.99 from Honor’s official store in black and blue and Honor is currently feeling generous enough to throw in an Honor 7X PC Case free with the purchase.

In the UK, the Honor 7X costs £269 and currently comes with an Honor Band 3 fitness tracker.

Honor 7X design and build quality

The Honor 7X’s design resembles that of other Honor smartphones, similar to Huawei and Chinese devices made by other brands. The technology has been integrated into a 7.6mm metal unibody housing a double camera slightly protruding on the body, a fingerprint reader and two bands for the antennas.

Only a few years ago it was rare to find a mid-range smartphone with an aluminum body, but it is now beginning to become almost boring. This shows how the market and user demands are changing.

The Honor 7X front is 83% occupied by the display. A small but annoying detail: Honor has not integrated a USB type C port, you will have to use microUSB, with all the flaws that entails. The Honor 7X weighs 165 grams and is 7.6mm thick. The device is available in black and blue.

AndroidPIT honor 7x back L’Honor 7X punta su un design non originale ma funzionale. / © AndroidPIT

Honor 7X display

The 18:9 screen offers a resolution of 2160×1080 pixels, a standard for this format. Customers now expect FullHD display in the mid-range. But Honor does offer specifications that more than match the competition.

The pixel density for the 5.93 inch screen is 407 ppi. The representation offered by the IPS panel is pleasant, especially if you prefer more natural colors. Brightness and viewing angles are good even if not at the height of expensive smartphones (including Huawei smartphones). The screen protector glass gets dirty easily.

AndroidPIT honor 7x front A large 18:9 display for the Honor 7X. / © AndroidPIT

Honor 7X special features

Honor has focused on making a durable body for its 7X. Thanks to integrated ‘airbags’, the four corners of your smartphone should withstand damage caused by a fall. However, in order to understand whether this is the case in everyday life, we need to test it for longer. For now we can confirm that it has not suffered any damage during the test period, but we have also treated it with due care.

Honor 7X software

The Honor 7X runs Android 7.0 Nougat. Although this is a common practice among Android manufacturers, Oreo is expected to arrive and has been out for a few months now. Nougat is more than a year old. The EMUI interface is available in version 5.1 and is visually pleasing (though your personal taste will be a factor), and also versatile and customizable.

By default, the app drawer, i. e. the section that collects all apps, is deactivated. All icons then appear on the home screen. If you prefer to sort them in the drawer app, you can do so by activating the dedicated item in the settings menu.

While Honor and Huawei’s most expensive smartphones are now almost free of bloatware, history changes with cheaper models. You’ll find almost 10 third-party apps pre-installed, including 5 games. The user also receives a number of unsolicited tips on apps that may be of interest to him/her, but you can also disable this feature.

screens honor 7x The Honor 7X arrives with Android 7.0 Nougat and EMUI 5.1. / © AndroidPIT

You are able to use the full screen format when displaying apps developed for 16:9 format by tapping a button at the bottom of the screen. In the system settings, you can specify which apps to launch in full format by default.

Honor 7X performance

The Honor 7X contains a Hisilicon Kirin 659 processor. The octa-core chip runs up to 2.3GHz and has access to 4GB of RAM. Sufficient to ensure smooth performance in everyday use: Honor 7X has not shown stuttering or other weaknesses.

It is a mid-range device, despite the presence of 4GB of RAM. In the benchmark tests it reported average results. Let’s say that hardcore gamers will find better alternatives to the Honor 7X on the market. With 64GB of internal memory, your smartphone offers enough space for photos, apps, music and movies. But if you need some extra space, you can insert a memory card or alternatively take advantage of two SIM cards at the same time.

Honor 7X benchmark results

  Honor 7X Huawei Mate 10 Lite
3DMark Sling Shot Extreme 399  402 
3DMark Sling Shot 619  622 
3DMark Ice Storm Unlimited 12174  12325 
Geekbench 4 (Single / Multi Core) 872 / 2849  910 / 3150 
PCMark Work 2.0 4323  4675 
PCMark Storage 7802  7001 

Honor 7X audio

Audiophiles would do well to look elsewhere because the Honor 7X’s driver is not able to meet the needs of very serious music fans. The small speaker at the bottom of the smartphone is not promising. At least Honor is still fond of the beloved headphone mini-jack.

Honor 7X camera

The dual camera on the Honor 7X body is unmistakable and features two 16+2MP sensors. The two sensors allow the bokeh effect to be used. Don’t expect to shoot 4K videos. The front camera offers 8MP shots.

The dual camera’s 2MP sensor is not used to improve image detail but to record the depth information you need, for example, to rework on a photo’s focus, bokeh or portrait mode. You can see how Huawei has a software advantage over other manufacturers. Artificial blurring rarely fails and works well overall. A trained eye can immediately recognize the difference between an artificial or real blurred effect.

IMG 20171127 115718 The portrait mode does a good job. / © AndroidPIT

The quality of the photos is more than impressive considering the band of the device. The photos show beautiful colors and rich details, the subject usually takes center stage. When the brightness is low, you will notice imperfections in shots.

IMG 20171123 152014 When brightness is good, shots are good. / © AndroidPIT

The front camera does not offer portrait mode with a bokeh effect, but it can smoothe wrinkles and embellishes faces with small tricks that can be deactivated.

AndroidPIT honor 7x camera The dual camera is becoming a standard feature. / © AndroidPIT

Honor 7X battery

With 3340 mAh, the Honor 7X’s powerful battery provides a day away from a power outlet. During the test, our smartphone was able to stay alive for up to two days without being recharged. The Honor 7X’s standby power consumption is pleasantly low and helps to ensure good battery life.

Fast charging or induction wireless charging technology is not available. Pity.

Honor 7X technical specifications

Dimensions: 156.5 x 75.3 x 7.6 mm
Weight: 165 g
Battery size: 3340 mAh
Screen size: 5.93 in
Display technology: LCD
Screen: 2160 x 1080 pixels (407 ppi)
Front camera: 8 megapixels
Rear camera: 16 megapixels
Flashlight: LED
Android version: 7.0 – Nougat
User interface: Huawei EMUI
Internal storage: 64 GB
Removable storage: microSD
Chipset: HiSilicon Kirin 659
Number of cores: 8
Max. clock speed: 2.36 GHz
Connectivity: HSPA, LTE, NFC, Dual-SIM , Bluetooth 4.1

Final verdict

The Honor 7X has done well in our tests. The design is appealing but functional, the large display does justice in the eyes of users and the whole package is impressive. For a smartphone in this price range, the camera is especially good with two sensors, which allows you to do more than with just a single sensor.

The Honor 7X offers more on the display, memory and camera side than other mid-range smartphones. On the other hand, however, it really needs an up-to-date Android version and less bloatware. Nonetheless, thanks to its reasonable price, the Honor 7X will undoubtedly be appreciated by many users.

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Honor View 10: The better Huawei Mate 10 Pro

The Honor View 10 sees the Huawei offshoot make a lot of noise, and not just toward its Android competitors but in-house as well. Many interested parties may regard the Honor View 10 as the better Huawei Mate 10 Pro, and that could be a problem for Huawei.

Honor, Huawei’s sister brand that is currently quite established on the market, is going to really hit the ground running with its upcoming global expansion and its new flagship, the Honor View 10. A bona fide, fully featured flagship at an affordable price, and although its design is a little boring, it does not need to shy away from its competitors when it comes to functionality and equipment.

The Honor View 10 possesses nearly everything that the Mate 10 Pro has, and much more. The Honor smartphone has the same display resolution, the AI-capable Kirin 970 as its processor, the same amount of storage, only a slightly weaker battery and identical software. For good measure, there’s a headphone jack and a microSD slot for removable storage – the two things that many Mate fans miss about the current model. Oh, and the Honor View 10 is not waterproof, but it’s not made of glass either and buyers will think much more highly of the aluminum housing, since it is significantly more drop resistant, mainly due to its integrated “airbags” in the corners.

$ 300 less is a whole lot of moo-lah

It’s unclear whether the Huawei Mate 10 Pro will make its way to the US officially soon, but it’s already available unofficially on Amazon for $ 879. The Honor View 10 will be sold for the equivalent of $ 600 (€499, £449) in the EU and UK when it is released on January 8th, and it will feature mostly the same hardware at that. Furthermore, development and manufacturing are done in the same factories, so the Honor smartphone’s build quality will be just as good as that of the Huawei smartphone.

AndroidPIT honor view 10 fronthand1 The Honor 10 View will be available for purchase in January 2018 in some markets. / © AndroidPIT

However, Huawei should seriously ask itself this question: If customers learn that they can expect a pretty much technically identical smartphone from Honor at a significantly lower price a few months after a Huawei flagship, then why should anyone even consider the expensive firstcomer? Of course, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro looks fancier and somewhat more premium than the Honor View 10 in the eyes of many fans. But let’s be real: Most people put smartphones in a case anyway and for good reason, too. Furthermore, although design is important, it ultimately takes a back seat when the savings for many are so big.

Huawei puts itself under pressure

Huawei, which has tediously and gradually jacked up the prices on its own smartphones in order to avoid being perceived as cheap, puts itself under pressure in a very unnecessary manner. Of course, Honor has another target audience and marketing strategy, and the money ultimately ends up in the same pockets. But I’m not sure if the company is doing itself a favor with this.

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I would be quite annoyed if I had already bought a Mate 10 Pro now that the Honor View 10 is on its way.

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Another advantage that the Honor View 10 has lies in its software. When the Mate 10 Pro launched, it didn’t feel mature enough and it had difficulties here and there during daily use. The Honor smartphone’s later release means it will make its debut with a more finished, bug-free operating system, which makes a better impression on the customer than having a system that may be up to date but is not really ready for primetime.

The Honor View 10 may turn out to be a true sensation when it’s released at the beginning of January. The new models that will debut at the MWC in late February will come to market a few months later than the Honor model and might no longer have that much more to offer, at least for the most part. It may be good for Honor in the short term, but prove bad for the entire company over the long run.

What do you think? Tell us your thoughts on the Huawei Mate 10 Pro and Honor View 10 in the comments.

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Honor aims to conquer the global market: will it succeed?

Honor’s grand strategy

Remember Genghis Khan, who with his long beard (although not a hipster) led his armies to conquer Asia, including China, arriving in Russia, the Middle East and part of Eastern Europe and building one of the greatest empires in history?

Replace 1180 with 2017 and the brave Mongolian leader with Honor, the Chinese manufacturer. Of course, the juxtaposition may seem a bit excessive but the bold plan presented by George Zhao during the London event seems like a real strategy of conquest.

A conquest with different weapons, namely smartphones, technological innovations, marketing and pricing battles.

The global expansion strategy is clear: be one of the top 5 brands in three years and one of the top 3 brands in five years.

Honor first established himself in China, conquered home users and then entered other countries. In Russia it is currently brand number 3 in the market share with the Honor 9 as the best-selling smartphone.

AndroidPIT Honor 9 0811 Honor 9 has won over many users with a beautiful design and hardware inherited from the P10. / © AndroidPIT

During Black Friday in France, Germany and the United States Honor 6X was practically a steal, making it the brand’s best seller. Staying locked up in the Middle Kingdom would have been a pity and George Zhao understood this well, so he decided to reach the international market. Or rather, to conquer it. In fact,according to the the goal is to become the top brand in the different markets reached, as the president said during the London event.

The global expansion strategy is clear: to be among the top 5 brands in three years and among the top 3 brands in five years. How? Investing in more resources, relying on different partners and continuing to work on their products:

  • View Series: the most innovative and high-end series.
  • N Series: focused on aesthetics and functionality.
  • X Series: a low-cost flagship experience.
  • Lite Series: a sophisticated design at an accessible price.

zhao throwing 7x George Zhao drops the new Honor 7X to prove its strength! / © AndroidPIT

Artificial intelligence (and more) at a difficult price to beat

Honor Magic did not reach the international market last year, but Honor did not forget the promise made and the attention given. Now artificial intelligence, thanks to the Kirin 970 processor already used by Huawei, finally becomes widely accessible internationally with the Honor View 10. 

A promising device on the hardware specification side, updated on the software side, which does not forget gamers or photographers. A smartphone that adopts the latest technologies and features boasted by the recent top of the range and that looks to the future by immediately challenging the other rivals with a launch price of £449.99  If the Honor 7X is anything to go by, the View 10 could be even better value when it goes to sale in the US.

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The pricing of the Honor View 10 is a direct challenge to the OnePlus 5T.

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The battle cry sounds: Honor is poised to conquer the international smartphone market. And if formerly the target audience of Honor were young people, now they are all those who opt for a young lifestyle, who love music, sports, the net. These active customers want a good device without spending too much. Honor’s stores (available in France, Spain, Italy, India and Russia) also show the brand’s new image: beyond shop windows, one finds lounges and social spaces to hang out in. 

AndroidPIT honor view 10 front detail The Honor View 10 arrives in Europe at a truly competitive price. / © AndroidPIT

An conquest that will face strong resistance

The smartphone market is crowded and competitive. The Honor View 10 is a flagship and, in this category, there are several fierce, well-equipped enemies to beat (Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG V30 are just two of them). Then there is Xiaomi, also making a bid for the thrifty customer.

Let us also not forget Huawei, close to Honor but still championing its own range of devices such as the P10 and Mate 10 Pro. The Honor View 10 offers a better equipped alternative on the one hand, because compared to the Mate 10 Pro, the Honor View 10 offers a mini headphone jack and microSD card slot. Two features that, for some users, can tip the balance in Honor’s favor. And where does this leave OnePlus? The OnePlus 5T is no longer the cheapest flagship in the fight.

In short, it seems that Honor has thought of everything. The grand strategy for expansion has been studied, proclaimed and implemented. Now it’s up to the opponents to decide how to respond to the attack and you users to decide which smartphone to focus on. The coming war will be merciless.

What do you think about Honor View 10? Would you buy it compared to one of the other recent flagships on the market this year?

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