“The Honor Note 10 is expected to come with brand’s GPU Turbo technology”
Recently Honor’s president, Zhao Ming, revealed on Chinese social media that the brand is all set to launch the next Honor Note series smartphone. The top executive also revealed that the handset has been in works now for two years and will finally be unveiled soon. Now, close on the heels of this announcement from the brand, live images of the alleged Honor Note 10 have appeared on Weibo, giving us our first glimpse of the upcoming smartphone.
In the images, we can see the alleged Honor Note 10 with an extremely glossy rear panel in a silver hue. We can expect the smartphone to come with premium glass sandwich build, based on this visual. Further, the curved glass rear panel of the handset is seen housing a dual camera module with a single LED flash. There is also a circular fingerprint sensor below the camera module, however, the size of it is smaller than a conventional fingerprint sensor. We can also see the USB Type-C port and the loudspeaker grille on the bottom edge of the smartphone. However, apart from these bits, nothing else can be made out from the images.
According to earlier reports, the Honor Note 10 is likely to come flaunting a 6.9-inch Super AMOLED display. It is being speculated that the display panel will be sourced from South Korean tech giant Samsung. There are rumours that the Honor Note 10 might come with the brand’s proprietary GPU Turbo technology, which is claimed to offer 60 percent improved graphics performance. Further, the Honor Note 10 is expected to flaunt a massive battery and 8GB of RAM. Unfortunately, nothing else is known about the upcoming handset at this point.
We will bring you more updates as and when they turn up, so stay tuned.