DESPATCH – Huawei‘s sub brand Honor is now gearing up to unveil another large-screen smartphone, the Honor Note 10 on July 31 in Beijing, China, with a rumored global launch at IFA 2018 in Berlin on August.
Now, the TENAA certification for the Honor Note 10 reveals that the large phone will feature a 6.95-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080 × 2220, powered by a speed-binned Kirin 970 chip @2.4GHz (non-overclocked version was set to 2.36GHz) paired with either 6GB/8GB RAM as well as 64GB/128GB/512GB internal storage, which is still expandable up to 256GB via microSD.
In terms of optics, the Honor Note 10 will sport a dual rear camera configuration boasting 24MP+16MP Pixel AI camera as well as a 13MP front selfie camera.
Aside from that, all of it will be powered by a 4900mAh battery pack that supports fast charging through USB Type-C, and will be managed by Huawei’s EMUI 8.2 (Android 8.1 Oreo) and will support Huawei’s ‘GPU Turbo’ technology.
According to TENAA, this phone is going to be available in only two color variants: Black and Blue, but it is expected that more colors are going to be revealed. It also measures 177×85×7.65(mm) and weigh at 230 (g).
The Honor Note 10 skips a number from the last Honor Note 8, as announced by Honor’s president Zhao Ming earlier this month. According to Zhao, it’ll feature a new technology which is the result of their two years of hard work.
There’s no word yet about its price or its availability as of this writing.