Huawei Honor Note 10 full specs outed by TENAA
Honor is preparing the Note 10 for a launch next Tuesday. Some of the specs like a tall AMOLED display and Kirin 970 chipset were already leaked, but the full list was just revealed by the Chinese regulatory TENAA.
The new phablet will have a 16 MP + 24 MP rear camera setup, likely the same as the smaller sibling Honor 10 where the secondary sensor is monochrome.
The display is listed as 6.95” with a Full HD+ resolution (2,220 x 1080 pixels). While the RAM will be either 6 GB or 8 GB, storage options are 64 GB, 128 GB, or 256 GB. And if that is not enough, the phone will also feature a microSD slot for up to 256 GB more.
While the main camera setup is already familiar and even reviewed by us on the Honor 10 launch, the selfie camera will have a 13 MP sensor. It will likely be infused with plenty of AI features, including a machine-learning Portrait mode that makes selfies look fancier over time.
As a true phablet, the Honor Note 10 will be 177 mm tall and 85 mm wide, weighing in at 203 grams. It will have latest EMUI, based on Android Oreo, coupled with GPU Turbo.
you've given us all the spin, but forgotten the main information, what's the price? bro. Nothings as important, when it comes to this issue, right? So out with it!
- 29 Jul 2018
Oh man so many equaly same phones apart the name and price.
- 25 Jul 2018
I thought the MiMax 3 had a 5500Mah battery while the Huawei Note 10 is listed as a 6000MaH bat.
- 24 Jul 2018