On July 20th, Huawei officially announced the release time of its big-screen flagship mobile phone, Honor Note10. According to the poster, the Huawei Honor Note 10 will be officially released in Beijing on July 31.
Guessing through the official renderings, Honor Note 10 is likely to use a post-fingerprint design, the same as the recently launched Xiaomi Max 3. Honor official said: Honor Note10, bigger and faster. It is speculated that the screen size is larger than the previous one. In fact, based on recent news, Honor Note10 will use a 6.95-inch large display (2160×1080 pixels), with 16MP + 24MP rear dual camera, front 13MP camera, and the battery is 4900mAh.
The Huawei Honor Note 10 is still equipped with the Kirin 970 processor, and the increase in the speed of the main frequency may be related to overclocking. It is not excluded that the Honor Note 10 has new ones this time. “Scare technology” blessing, such as the legendary GPU Turbo2.0 technology, can increase the processor’s clock speed and achieve a smoother experience without increasing power consumption.
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As for other specifications of Honor Note 10, the Honor Note 10 will be pre-installed with the EMUI8.2 system and provides 6GB/8GB memory and 64GB/128GB/512GB storage space to support memory card expansion.
Well, the price is expected of the Huawei Honor Note 10 to be around 3,000 yuan ($445).