Huawei’s sub-brand Honor has confirmed yesterday that the Honor 10 will be unveiled on April 19 in China. Honor has already scheduled a launch event on 19th April, where the company will be launching its new smartphone — Honor 10.
Design of Honor 10 –
The leaked images show that the phone will come with a full-screen display, similar to what we saw on the recently launched Huawei P20 lineup. In a poster of the phone, the company claimed that the Honor 10’s display offers 100 percent screen-to-body ratio which sounds too good to be true.
The rear panel of the Honor 10 seems to be made out of 3D glass and it could be sporting a metallic frame. The volume rocker and power key are present on the right edge (when viewed from front) of the phone. Since the fingerprint scanner is not available on the phone, it is likely to feature a under-display fingerprint sensor.
Specifications of Honor 10 –
According to the previous reports, the smartphone could be powered by the company’s own Kirin 970 chipset. It’s the same processor that powers the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro smartphones. The phone is expected to feature a 5.8-inch display and will pack 6GB RAM. The high-end variant of the phone will come with 256GB of internal storage.
The phone’s camera will come with the artificial intelligence technology to help improve the captured images. The device is likely to be running on Android 8.1 Oreo operating system out-of-the-box with the company’s own AI-based EMUI 8. It is also expected to come with IP67 certification, ensuring waterproof and dustproof build.
Launch of Honor 10 –
Like the predecessor Honor branded flagship phones, the Honor 10 is also pegged to arrive with an affordable pricing. After launching in the domestic market, the company is also expected to launch this smartphone globally during an event that is scheduled to take place on 15th May in London.