Honor’s upcoming Note 10 has received its first official teaser from the company today. After Honor’s CEO revealed last week that they had been working on an Honor Note for two years, this teaser suggests the handset is very close to release. The Honor Note 10 comes two years after the Honor Note 8 and the Note 9 was skipped by the company last year.
Honor Note 10 Specifications
The Honor Note 10 recently leaked in the flesh and leaks are pointing to a huge device that will clash heads directly with the Mi Max 3, at least in terms of size. Gathering fresh info spewing from the rumour mill, we expect the phablet will be a massive 6.9-inches in size with Honor said to employ AMOLED panels sourced from Samsung.
There’s no consensus on the processor, but it could be a Kirin 970 SoC or something else. The big screen will also accompany a big battery of 6,000mAh capacity if tipsters are correct. Despite the teaser, there are no launch dates but we’re expecting a July-end release of the phone.
The recent images suggested a dual camera and rear fingerprint reader on the phone encased in a shiny Silver back similar to the HTC U11. The handset is also likely to get GPU Turbo, a new software tech introduced by Huawei to jump up GPU performance by 60 percent. If the Honor Note 10 ends up with a mid-range processor like the Kirin 659, then this will be nothing more than a Mi Max 3 competitor from Honor.
The Mi Max 3 has received TENAA certification and could launch by the end of this month. We’ll keep you posted on the latest official updates regarding the Honor Note 10. Stay tuned to Mr. Phone for updates on this topic.