Honor launches Black Friday deals, Honor 10X Lite global availability detailed

Yordan, 10 November 2020

With another shopping holiday around the corner Honor jumps in to offer its head-turning devices for a discounted price once again. Alongside the offers in five European countries, the brand also announced details about the global arrival of its latest smartphone Honor 10X Lite - it will cost €229.90 and will also be bundled or discounted at the company’s online store.

Honor launches Black Friday deals, Honor 10X Lite global availability detailed

The phone comes with a 6.67” screen, 5,000 mAh battery, and Kirin 710A chipset. If the specs look familiar, that’s because the same phone (with a slightly different camera setup design) is sold also under the names Huawei Y7a and Huawei P Smart 2021. The 10X Lite is already selling in Russia, but starting today it can also be found in France, Germany, among others, according to a press release we received.

Honor France is discounting the phone for €199 and on top of that, there is either an Honor Mini Bluetooth speaker or Honor Sport earphones in the bundle. The German division, however, is keeping the €229.90 price tag while offering the same bundle options with one extra choice - Honor Band 5.

Honor launches Black Friday deals, Honor 10X Lite global availability detailed

Speaking about discounts, the Watch GS Pro is down £30 in the United Kingdom and is also bundled with Honor Sport Bluetooth earphones. They are also free if a Magicbook 14 or Magicbook 15 is purchased - the notebooks come with a £70 coupon that can be found in the devices’ listings.

The store in France is offering the Honor 9X Lite for €180 and the Honor 9A for €130, while the ones in Germany, Italy, and Spain have up to €200 in savings - all you need is to visit your local Honor store and see all the deals.

We've just published our Honor 10X Lite review, so be sure to check it out if you are curious about the device.

Source (in French)


Reader comments

Oh you guys are right, forgot the ban lol... Still, would have been better to use Mediatek Dimensity SoC's 800u (much more powerful and efficient 7nm)...Kirin 710F origins goes back to 2017 with the 710 that's almost the same. That is ...

  • Adul Al Salami Kebab
  • 10 Nov 2020
  • nrX

Kirin 710 can still be produced in China while the 810 needs 7nm which is only possible to make at TSMC or Samsungs plant and both of them are not allowed to ship to Huawei. c:

  • Anonymous
  • 10 Nov 2020
  • Njs

The can't use korin 810 and kirin 820 because they are made by tsmc

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