Honor has revealed the price of it upcoming flagship phone in India. The View 10 will be priced at Rs 29,999 and will be available exclusively on Amazon India from January 8.

Honor View 10 will be priced at Rs 29,999, to be sold by Amazon I...

The price of the Honor View 10 (first impressions) slated to go on sale from January 8 on Amazon India has been revealed. In India, the flagship Honor View 10 will be priced at Rs 29,999. The View 10 is a high-end flagship phone which will take on the OnePlus 5T which is priced slightly higher in India, starting from Rs 32,999.

The Honor View 10 launched in December 2017 in London and was hailed as a AI-phone. It is powered by Huawei’s proprietary Kirin 970 chipset which is built on a 10nm process and boasts of a Neural Processing Unit (NPU) which is made to handle AI and machine learning-related tasks.

The phone sports a edge-to-edge 5.9-inch full HD display of 18:9 aspect ratio. There are minimal bezels on the top and the bottom and the design is quite similar to what we have seen in other Honor phones in 2017, like the Honor 7X and the Honor 9i.

The phone is powered by the Kirin 970 chipset coupled with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage which is expandable upto 256GB via a microSD card. The phone runs on EMUI 5 and is powered by a 3,750mAh battery.

At the back is a dual-camera setup of 16MP+20MP. The 16-megapixel sensor takes photos in RGB while the 20-megapixel sensor captures in monochrome. The Honor View 10 fuses the images from the two sensors to gather more detail and increase the overall quality of the image.

The Honor View 10 also boasts of some exclusive AI features. There are AI-based camera enhancements. It can intelligently recognise the subject of the photograph and tune the final results based on that. The phone also does facial recognition and displays notifications on the lock screen when a registered face looks at the phone. Apart from this, the Honor View 10 is also slated to receive a face unlock mechanism through an OTA update.

Honor has also claimed the phone will use machine learning to learn your habits and thus tune the phone so it doesn’t slow down over time.

All this makes the Honor View 10 an attractive option in the high-end segment. It is priced the same as the previous Honor 8 Pro. But more importantly, it is priced lower than the OnePlus 5T indicating Honor’s ambition of becoming the next flagship killer.

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