“The Note 10 is expected to sport a 6.9-inch Super AMOLED display and a 4,900mAh battery”
Just last week, Huawei’s sub-brand, Honor announced that its Note 10 is launching on July 31st in China. The smartphone has been in the works for two years, as per the company. Today, ahead of the official launch, the device has been spotted on TENAA’s website.
On the certification’s site, the Honor Note 10 was spotted with the model number RVL-AL09. The listing states that the phone would be dual-SIM and support TD-LTE, FD/TD-SDCMA/WDCMA/cdma2000/ CDMA1X//GSM networks. Moreover, the device is said to flaunt a tall 6.95-inch display, and fueled by a beefy 4,900mAh battery. Sadly, TENAA doesn’t reveal the Android version of the phone, but it did mention that the Note 10 measures 177 x 88 x 7.65mm.
According to the earlier rumours, the Honor Note 10 is expected to flaunt a near bezel-less Super AMOLED panel with an 18:9 aspect ratio. It’s tipped to employ Kirin 970 SoC, which is paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage. In the camera department, the device is rumoured to feature 24MP+16MP sensors on the rear with LED flash, and a 16MP shooter up front. It’s likely to run Android Oreo out of the box and sport a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. The phone is also said to come with NFC support, and offer the brand’s recently-announced GPU Turbo technology.
There’s no word on the pricing and availability of the Honor Note 10 as of now, but we wouldn’t have to wait for long. We’ll bring you more information on July 31st when the Honor Note 10 goes official.