“The Honor Note 10 is expected to sport a 6.9-inch Super AMOLED display from the South Korean tech giant Samsung”
In August 2016, Huawei’s sub-brand Honor launched its last Honor Note series smartphone called the Note 8. Now the company is all set to launch its latest iteration of Honor Note series smartphone. The confirmation has arrived directly from Zhao Ming, Honor’s president, who posted about the upcoming Honor Note offering the Chinese social networking website Weibo.
Ming has revealed that the next-gen Honor Note series smartphone will be called the Honor Note 10, and will be launched soon in the near future. The executive says that the company has been working on the device for almost two years. Unfortunately, Ming hasn’t revealed any other specifications of the upcoming Honor Note series smartphone.
According to earlier reports, the Honor Note 10 could flaunt a 6.9-inch Super AMOLED display, which the company is expected to source from the South Korean tech giant Samsung. The phone is rumoured to sport the brand’s GPU Turbo technology that is said to offer 60 percent improved graphics performance. The handset is also expected to feature 8GB of RAM and a massive battery capacity.
Huawei’s latest Kirin 970 SoC has been powering the brand’s flagship smartphones since the last one year. The brand is rumoured to be working on its successor dubbed the Kirin 980. So we expect the Honor Note 10 could be the first smartphone to be powered by the upcoming Huawei processor. However, none of this has been officially confirmed at the moment.