The Nov. 28 launch date for Honor V10 flagship phone is drawing near. A fresh image of a real-looking Honor V10 has emerged on Weibo. The image reveals the stunning full screen design of the upcoming Honor phone.
The Honor V10 has been recently certified by TENAA, China’s telecommunication regulatory body. The latest leaked photo seems to match well with the images of Honor V10 that have surfaced on TENAA.
The V10 is expected to arrive with a full screen design. Its 5.99-inch FHD+ display is expected to deliver an aspect ratio of 18:9. The Kirin 970 chipset that powers the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro will be present under the hood of the V10. The handset is expected to be available in 64 GB and 128 GB storage options. Both the models are expected to feature 6 GB of RAM.
A dual camera system featuring a 16-megapixel sensor and a 20-megapixel sensor will be available on the backside of the phone. Its front is pegged to feature a 13-megapixel selfie snapper. It will arrive preinstalled with Android 8.0 Oreo that will be skinned with EMUI 8.0. A 3,750mAh battery coupled with 22.5W fast charging support is rumored to be available inside the V10.
Since the Honor V10 has borrowed most of its specs from the Mate 10 Pro, the V10 is expected to launch as its stripped-down version. Instead of glass chassis available on the Mate 10 Pro, the V10 is speculated to feature metal unibody design like its predecessor phones.
After unveiling the V10 flagship on Nov. 28 in China, Honor will be also holding a launch event in London on Dec. 5 to unveil the phone. The Chinese firm is also expected to announce Honor 7X mid-range phone at the upcoming event in London. As far as Honor V10’s cost is concerned, it is expected to arrive in China with a price tag of 2,999 Yuan (~$452).