The Honor 10 Youth Edition is set to be launched on November 21st, in China. The company announced the launch date on Weibo, and the device has been shown off in a press render, which you can see here.
That's the Honor 10 Youth Edition Gradient colour variant. Here are a couple of photos of the device, from a recent TENAA listing.
The Honor 10 was launched in May this year. It is powered by the company's previous gen flagship Soc, the Kirin 970 processor, with 6GB of RAM. It features Dual Cameras on the rear, which consists of a 16MP RGB lens and a 24MP Monochrome lens, and a 24MP front camera. The phone sports a 5.84-inch Full HD+ display, with a notch design.
According to some rumours, the Honor 10 Youth Edition is a mid-range device, aka the Honor 10 Lite, with almost similar specifications. The phone is equipped with a 5.84-inch Full HD+ display, and is powered by Huawei's HiSilicon 710 SoC. The phone will run Android 9 Pie with EMUI 9.0.
The dual cameras seen in the photos, comprise of a 13MP with an f/1.8 aperture and a 2MP lens, which are placed in a vertical alignment in the top right corner. Also on the back panel, is a fingerprint scanner. The selfie lens on the Honor 10 Youth Edition is a 24MP camera. The phone is backed by a 3,320mAh battery.
So, there are a few differences regarding the processor, battery and rear cameras of the devices. This is probably to make the Youth Edition device budget friendly.
Honor 10 Youth Edition Tech Specs
- Display: 5.84-inch Full HD+
- Operating System: EMUI 9.0 (Android 9 Pie)
- Processor: HiSilicon 710 SoC
- Rear Cameras: 13MP f/1.8 aperture + 2MP
- Selfie Camera: 24MP
- Battery: 3,320mAh
And here is one more photo of the Honor 10 Youth Edition, which has been posted on Huawei's Vmall online store.