Earlier, Honor President George Zhao had confirmed the name of its upcoming smartphone as Honor Note 10 and said that the firm has been working on it since the past two years. Now, the company has teased this upcoming smartphone with a poster on Weibo.
While the phone’s poster reveals that the phone launch event will take place in Beijing, China, the company has not revealed more details related to the phone’s launch, including the date and timing. Honor says that the Note 10 is the company’s annual flagship smartphone and will come with Honor’s new technology.
The text accompanying the poster suggets that the company is done with the 9 moniker for its smartphones and now it’s time for the 10. Recently leaked images of the smartphone suggets that it will sport a premium design and wil come with a glass panel curved towards the edges. There is a possibility that the back panel of the phone could be made out of ceramic. Further, the device seems to have a metallic frame.
On the back side, the device is sporting a dual camera setup, stacked vertically and placed in the top-center position, along with an LED flash. There’s also a fingerprint sensor placed below the camera module.
The smartphone is expected to come with a massive 6.9-inch Super AMOLED full-screen display and is also rumored to feature a notch on top of the display, in line with the recent trend in flagship smartphones. However, there is no confirmation if the phone will have a notched display.
Under the hood, the device is expected to be powered by the company’s own HiSilicon Kirin 970 octa-core processor. Further, the phone will also come with Huawei’s GPU Turbo technology that boosts the performance of GPU by 60 percent.
While the company has not yet announced the launch date, reports indicate that the Honor Note 10 could launch in late July or early August to take on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 that is slated to launch on 9th August.