The Honor V10 is still on the front burner of discussions as a result of all the goodies Huawei bundled into the smartphone and yet pegged it at a breathtaking price. The V10 keeps up with the full-screen trend, thus we can effectively crown 2017 as the year of the full-screen smartphone. Huawei implemented a different full-view design though, as the home button is still retained at the bottom and it serves as a fingerprint scanner. This is despite the narrow bezels at the top and bottom edges as well as the sides.
We bring you fresh pictures of the Honor V10 captured by Android China at the sidelines of the V10’s launch a few days back. The device is available in four attractive colours and all four were exhibited. The model also packs a metal body and lying at the top of the metal body is a 5.99-inch FHD+ display with a resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels. The smartphone utilizes the 18:9 aspect ratio.
Another unique aspect of the smartphone is the Hisilicon Kirin 970 chip which it packs. The chipset possesses a built-in Neural Processing Unit (NPU) which gives it Deep Learning (AI) abilities. We’ll leave the performance of the chip and the features it brings to the smartphone for Linus and his review which should hit the stands here at Gizmochina in no distant time. Another aspect where the smartphone shines is the cameras. The device packs a dual 16MP + 20M camera a the rear with PDAF while at the front is a 13MP sensor said to have AI capabilities.
As a reminder, the Honor V10 is available in up to three memory variants. There is a 4GB RAM + 64GB storage version which will sell for 2699 Yuan (~$409), as well as a 6GB RAM + 64GB version pegged at 2,999 Yuan (~$454) and finally a top-end 6GB RAM + 128GB storage version with a 3,499 Yuan (~$530) price tag. The smartphone runs Android-Oreo-based EMUI 8.0 out of the box and packs a 3750mAh battery with 5V/4.5A super fast charge. It also comes with dual SIM slots and both slots are 4G VoLTE enabled. The Honor V10 will be unveiled for the global market on December 5 in London, U.K. Before then, delight yourselves in these stunning photos of the smartphone.