Huawei’s Honor sub-brand has a new device in works and is reportedly being called as the Honor Note 10, and in this recent leak of the which shows us the live images of the handset, and looks like it sports a massive 6.9-inch+ display. The device here can be seen placed with the Nintendo Switch and you can clearly see how large it is; almost get’s fit within the Switch’s side gamepad controls.
Another thing to note here is that the Honor Note 10 will also feature super slim bezels on the side, while the top and bottom do have a bezel but that’s not very thick, Honor does have their branding at the bottom, but then again it’s pretty acceptable. The handset does seem to have the new curved corners a 19:9 panel, but from the pictures, it looks like a standard 16:9 panel, there’s no information whether it’s an AMOLED display or an IPS panel. However, the resolution will be anything above Full-HD+ for sure. Another thing you can notice at the top bezel is that this one also comes with a notch and within the screen preview it gets hidden with its adjacent area’s are blacked out.
Which also says that the fingerprint scanner could be mounted on the rear of the Honor Note 10, with a set of dual-cameras and also this will come with Huawei’s GPU Turbo technology. Honor will also throw in Huawei’s top-notch Kirin 970 chipset with all the AI-related goodies and will run on EMUI 8.0 based on Android Oreo. In the memory department, a 4GB and a 6GB RAM model is expected with 64GB and 128gb storage options. The Honor Note 10 along with the Mate 20 will go against, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 and Google’s Pixel 3 this year.
And with the well-received P20 Pro and Huawei also plans for a global take over with this upcoming Honor Note 10. We’ll keep you update as we learn more about the device in the coming weeks.