Honor V10 to Get Official First in China on November 28

by Anvinraj Valiyathara 0

Honor will be holding a launch event on Dec. 5 in London. The Chinese firm is expected to debut the Honor V10 flagship phone through the upcoming launch event. Fresh information claims that the Honor V10 will be first announced in China on Nov. 28 before getting unveiled in London.

In the previous month, the Honor V10 had received 3C approval in China which suggested that the smartphone would be arriving soon in the country. The rumor mill has already leaked the key specs of the Honor V10 smartphone.

As far as the design of the smartphone is concerned, it is expected to appear very similar to the Mate 10 Pro flagship phone. Leaked information suggests that its body will be more rounded than the Mate 10 Pro. Also, it is expected to feature a display manufactured by the China-based BOE Technology firm.

Recent reports have revealed that the Honor V10 will be coming with a 6-inch display that would be carrying support for an aspect ratio of 18:9. The AI driven Kirin 970 chipset is speculated to power the smartphone. Its 6 GB RAM variant is expected to feature 64 GB of storage whereas the 8 GB RAM variant may include 128 GB of storage. Android 8.0 Oreo is speculated to come preloaded on the smartphone.

The exact size of the battery that will fuel the Honor V10 is not known. However, it is pegged to carry support for 22W fast charge. The rear side of the phone may house a 16-megapixel + 20-megapixel dual camera system, albeit Leica branding found Mate 10 series. There is no information available on the selfie camera of the phone. As far as pricing is concerned, the Honor V10 is likely to cost around 3,000 Yuan (~$450).