Huawei’s Honor sub-brand hasn’t told us when exactly to expect the Honor Note 10, rumors however suggest the device is in the making, and the company’s president alluded to that recently. Today, we have with us what could be the first major leak about the Honor Note 10: screenshots of the alleged product page of the device, courtesy of a Weibo user, revealing not only the design but also some of its key specs.
Though we are not exactly sure how authentic this could be, the screenshots, however, reveals the upcoming Honor Note 10 could be made entirely of all metal design with horizontally aligned dual rear cameras with LED flash, a fingerprint scanner, while the front is dominated by a large display apparently with the 18:9 aspect ratio, but with a considerably large bezels below and above the display which houses two front-facing cameras and a LED flash.
The Honor Note 10 like we already reported will come with a 6.9-inch Super AMOLED display supporting 2K resolution, with the Kirin 970 SoC coupled with 6G of RAM and GPU Turbo humming underneath. The leak further reveals the device will come with 128GB of storage, an AI-powered 16-megapixel twin rear camera, and most interestingly, it will have a massive battery capacity of 6000mAh.
Since the Honor 10 is tipped for an end of year release, we surely would see more leaks in the months leading to the release date.