Huawei is expected to launch the Honor V10 on November 28, which is tomorrow. Ahead of the impending launch event, the Honor V10 has appeared on TENAA, thus revealing the real pictures of the device and some of its key specifications.
The TENAA document shows that the Honor V10 will present with a 5.99-inch TFT display with FHD+ resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels. That gives it the 18:9 aspect ratio. The display size is very much evident in the picture of the front aspect. however, one surprising inclusion is the front home key which definitely also doubles as the fingerprint scanner. The Honor V10 is also listed with a 2.35GHz processor believed to be the Kirin 970 chip. Already, Huawei had disclosed the device will launch with a Kirin 970 chip and also, the press invitation for the China launch event was a teaser of the AI capability of the upcoming smartphone. The processor will pair with a 6GB RAM while there is a 64GB storage variant as well as a higher 128GB version. Both storages are expandable up to 256GB via microSD card.
In addition, the smartphone features a 3950mAh battery which should be just enough to provide extended usage. Coupled with the efficient Kirin 970 processor, the device will likely be one good battery saver. The battery is a built-in battery while it will be charged via a USB Type-C port on the device. The smartphone is also revealed to come in four different colour variants namely; Black, Blue, Red and Gold. On the camera aspect, the listing shows the presence of a 20MP+16MP dual camera setup at the rear while the front camera is a 13MP sensor.