Huawei’s Honor 10 is yet to get an official announcement, but with the leak we got today, it might as well have been announced now. Showing up on TENAA for a certification badge, the device gave us an inkling into what exactly we should be expecting on this year’s Honor flagship.
Some of these are what we already know, and some of them confirm what we were not sure about.
To start with, the Honor 10 is truly billed to feature a notched display like we saw on the Huawei P20. That is not much of a surprise since that is the in-thing now. What is surprising though is the arrangement of dual cameras on the back with Honor opting to go for a horizontal configuration instead of a vertical setup.
From the listing, we also found out that the device would come in at least two variants based off their internal memory configurations – the first with 4GB/ 64GB and the second having 6GB + 128GB. To be powered by the in-house Kirin 970 chipset, the smartphone would undoubtedly run Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and cover all that with a beautiful 5.84-inch glass screen.
To be powered by a 3320mAh battery, we almost can’t wait for the calendar pages to turn to the official April 19 launch date.