“The Note 10 is speculated to come with the brand’s recently-announced GPU Turbo technology and dual rear cameras“
Honor recently revealed on Chinese social media that it’s all set to launch the Note 10 after two years of development. The handset then popped up via several leaked images showing off a premium glass build and dual-camera module among others. Now the phone has been spotted on the popular benchmarking website, Geekbench, revealing a few key details.
The brand has also released a teaser poster recently, confirming the launch. The poster says that Honor has decided to skip the Honor Note 9 in favour of the Honor Note 10. The poster also reveals that the launch event for the upcoming smartphone will be held in Beijing, China. Moving on to the Geekbench listing of the handset, it reveals model number to be HUAWEI RVL-AL09, which hints at the Honor Note 10, since the device has been codenamed Ravel by the brand.
The benchmark website shows that the said smartphone is powered by an octa-core processor clocked at 1.84GHz, which possibly means that the device will utilise the high-end Kirin 970 chipset. The listing further reveals that the SoC will be mated to 6GB of RAM. The phone can be seen running Android 8.1 Oreo. The smartphone managed to score 1,901 in single-core test and 6,818 in multi-core test. According to previous leaks, the Honor Note 10 is expected to come with a 6.9-inch Super AMOLED display from Samsung, the brand’s GPU Turbo technology, a dual-camera module at the back, fingerprint scanner and USB Type-C port.
Considering the official teaser, the phonemaker is likely to launch the Honor Note 10 soon. We will bring you more updates as and when they turn up so stay tuned.