Huawei’s sub-brand Honor decided to skip the Honor Note 9 last year but that does not mean the company hasn’t discontinued the series and plans to launch the Honor Note 10 shortly. Honor’s Note 10 will globally launch on August 31 at the IFA trade show in Berlin, Germany.
TENAA is the FCC counterpart that approves all the mobile device designs and specs in China. Because all devices have to be approved by TENAA before any official reveal, specs for the most anticipated Chinese smartphones get leaked quite a few days in advance. Honor Note 10 is the latest smartphone to pay TENAA a visit before its official unveiling, and, even though most of the specs were already known from previous leaks, the recent TENAA approval does add and rectify a few.
Powering the Honor Note 10 is Huawei’s Octa-core SoC running at 2.4GHz under its hood. There will be two phone variants: one with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, the other with 6/8 GB of RAM and 64/128 GB of storage. It was not yet confirmed, A third variant exists, and that will likely come with 8GB RAM with 512GB storage space, but the display is most likely to feature the dreaded upper notch. Size-wise, the Honor Note 10 has huge 6.9″ QHD+ Super AMOLED display, it will come in a more exotic 19:9 aspect ratio with a resolution of 2280 x 1080 pixels.
The rear camera setup was rectified to be a 24MP+16MP combo that integrates the “semantic image segmentation mode”, a technology that can detect multiple scenes within a single frame. All this will be possible through the AI features of the Kirin SoC. Also, Have comes with 13MP shooter selfie camera. Other features revealed of Honor Note 10 by TENAA include the Android 8.1 OS out of the box, combined with a highly customized 8.1.1 Oreo, interface, plus a 4900mAh battery. It also has USB type-C port and will come with NFC support.