The Honor 10 is now launching worldwide, making for a short time between last month’s Chinese launch and the global launch. The Honor 10’s got plenty of features worth shouting about, certainly qualifying as a flagship in our book. There’s that nimble Kirin 970 processor with neural processing unit (NPU) smarts, a 24MP and 16MP dual camera combination, a 24MP selfie snapper, and those visually striking color options. Looking for the Honor 10 price tag, along with its availability and release dates? We’re still collecting all the details, but here’s what we know so far.

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Read: Our Honor 10 review – Reflections of a flagship

 

Honor 10 availability and release dates

In the UK, the Honor 10 will be available from today at 4 P.M. from hihonor.com at first, followed by Carphone Warehouse, Amazon and John Lewis later today. Honor 10 availability will be via Argos, Very and AO from May 16, the Honor team confirmed. Three customer? Then you can grab the phone from May 17.

Live elsewhere in Europe? Then you’ll be getting the phone from today, depending on the retailer. European countries set to get the Honor 10 on May 15 are: Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey.

Several countries outside Europe are getting the phone today as well, namely: Egypt, India, Jordan, Malaysia, Pakistan, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Thailand, UAE, and Vietnam.

Participating outlets include Amazon, Conrad, hihonor.com, hihonor.in, Unieuro, Media Markt, Cyberport, Saturn, Flipkart, Cdiscount, Otto, notebooksbilliger.de, The Phone House, and Hepsiburada.

Honor 10 Price

The Honor 10 price in the UK will be 399 pounds (~$540) . In European markets, the Honor 10 price has been set at 399 euro, for the version with 64GB of storage, and 449 euro, for the version with 128GB of storage. Indian pricing starts at ₹32,999 for the 128 GB via Flipkart.

Despite the premium over the Chinese version (in the U.K. at least), the phone looks like a worthy challenger to phones from OnePlus, Nokia and Essential. Neither of these rivals have really reached Huawei’s level for camera quality though, although the Honor 10 doesn’t have OIS, so the showdown is on.

Read: Honor 10 specs and features walkthrough