Honor Note 10 gets TENAA’s approval, confirms huge battery, huge display

Honor Note 10 gets TENAA’s approval, confirms huge battery, huge display

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Honor Note 10 Rolls Royce

Available reports suggest the Honor Note 10 would be unveiled at a launch event in Beijing, China on July 31, after which it will get a global launch on August 31 at the IFA trade show in Berlin, Germany. To be eligible for sale in one of the World largest smartphones market – China, the Honor Note 10 is expected to get the pre-requisite approval from various regulatory authority, including China’s 3C and TENAA.

The upcoming phablet with RVL-AL09 model number a couple of days back got the 3C’s approval, and today, the same Honor Note 10 with the same model number RVL-AL09  has popped up on TENAA confirming virtually all that we already know about the device.

Sadly, images of the device are yet to be uploaded to the site, but that should change in a few hours from now. The Honor Note 10 as per its listing on TENAA will indeed feature a huge 6.9″ QHD+ Super AMOLED display with an Octa-core SoC running at 2.4GHz under its hood. Its expected to come in two RAM variants – a 6GB variant mated with a 64GB storage and an 8GB RAM variant with 128GB storage space. A third variant exists, and that will likely come with 8GB RAM with 512GB storage space, and this might be the rumored special edition Honor Note 10 Rolls Royce edition.

On the flip side, the device will house a dual camera setup with 24MP+16MP sensors, while a single 13MP sensor will sit above the huge display. Not much else is known about the camera specs, but its expected to be laced with a couple of AI features.

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The listing also reveals the Honor Note 10 will come with a 4900mAh battery and will boot Android 8.1.0 Oreo with EMUI custom skin out of the box. It will retain the USB type-C port and will come with NFC support.

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