The Honor V10 with the Kirin 970 just hit the Chinese market yesterday. And here it is, flexing its muscles on AnTuTu. Obviously, the Kirin 970 in the Honor V10, is also the in the Mate 10 flagship. And the chip is a beast of a performer. So, when it hits AnTuTu, we were sure to see some fireworks.
The AnTuTu listing of the Honor V10 turned out an impressive score of 165,587. Notably, this is for the 6 GB RAM variant of the handset. On the other hand, the Mate 10 scored an even better 176,848 and sits pretty on the sixth spot of the top 10 list. We’ve listed the top list image below. The V10 didn’t make the top 10 cut, nonetheless, the score is really close.
The impressive score comes even when it was reported that Honor V10 registrations hit 250,000 in one day. Apart from the powerful SoC, the V10 also gets the latest Android Oreo with EMUI 5. Honor’s latest flagship also makes a very compelling price case.
The 4 GB + 64 GB variant is priced 2,999 Yuan ($409). The 6 GB RAM + 64 GB storage, and 6 GB RAM + 128 GB variant costs 2,999 Yuan (~$454) and 3,499 Yuan (~$530) respectively. Potential buyers can choose from a range of Magic Black, Aurora Blue, Beach Gold and Charm Red colour options.