The Honor V10 was announced yesterday in China. The phone matches the Kirin 970 chipset and 6 gigs of RAM of the Mate 10 duo, so it's no wonder that it can deliver all the performance you need. Today the phone appeared on the Chinese benchmark AnTuTu, where it posted an impressive score of 165,587.
The Honor V10 is a mix of Huawei’s phablets Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, but costs significantly less than either. It almost perfectly matches their AnTuTu scores of 175,426 and 178,510 in our tests. It is ahead of the Honor 8 Pro (128,755) and Honor 9 (143,583), mostly because of the newer SoC and latest EMUI 8.0, based on Android Oreo.
Huawei presented the Honor V10 in China, and on December 5 it will make its European debut.
Lol. Yes, guys. "Be aware!" of a device that is not even sold yet based on its AnTuTu scores. Let's all jump into conclusions, shall we?
Lol nope, that's a stretch. I don't think they'll price their newest offering exactly the same as the Honor 8 64gb.
Perfect if price range is 399$