Honor Note 10 with CPU Turbo, 5000mAh battery and liquid cooling announced

Huawei Honor brand at a dedicated event today has taken the wrap off its much-rumored smartphone -the Honor Note T10. The device as expected is as enormous as the Mi Max 3 from Xiaomi but comes with a higher price tag than the Mi Max 3.

A major highlight of the Honor Note 10 like we explained here is the presence of a special button which you can use to trigger the GPU Turbo Tech, CPU Turbo, and Double Turbo mode for optimum performance. The device also houses a large enough battery but is 500mAh battery short of the one embedded in the Mi Max 3.Ā Also part of the mouth-watering package is the so-called ā€˜ NINEā€™ liquid cooling technology with 8-layer heat dissipation and a PC-grade liquid cooling pipe that promises 41% increase in heat dissipation and CPU temperature reduction of up to 10Ā° C. TheseĀ technologies are said to enhance the performance of the device, especially during intense gaming sessions.

Much like the Mi Max 3 from XIaomi, the latest phablet from Honor features a large 6.9″ HD+ super AMOLED display with tiny bezels all round andĀ 18.5:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood, the Honor Note 10 houses Huawei’s ownĀ HiSilicon 64-bit octa-core Kirin 970, of course, it is coupled with Huawei’s GPU Turbo and with Honor’ s new CPU Turbo technology. Honor is offering the device in 2 versions – the Honor Note 10 with 4GB RAM + 64GB storage, Honor Note 10 with 6GB RAM +128GB versions as well as a premium version with 8GB coupled with 128GB storage. All three variants can be expanded up to 256GB using microSD card but at the expense of the second SIM.

On the flip side, the Note 10 houses a vertically stacked dual rear cameras(24MP+16MP) with a couple of AI features, while a singleĀ  13MP camera sits above the display for selfies. There is no notch and the dedicated turbo button can also be used as a camera shutter. Worthy of note is the presence of a rear fingerprint sensor, face unlock,Ā Dolby Atmos, Dual speakers, and full connectivity features.

honor note 10

The device is tipped to go on sale in China on August 1 inĀ Midnight Black and Phantom Blue color options. It is priced atĀ 2799 yuan/US$ 409,Ā 3199 yuan/US$ 468 andĀ 3599 yuan (US$ 527 for the base 6GB variant, the higher variant, and the premiumĀ variant respectively.

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  1. Viyus Avery
    July 31, 2018

    Why did it have to get amoled

    • Spencer Steele
      July 31, 2018

      Do you prefer IPS? Jw, because most people prefer amoled. Its also Samsung AMOLED so I’m happy about the change personally

    • Viyus Avery
      August 13, 2018

      My friende pixel got burn in so I don’t like the risk it’s fine if you buy phones yearly or every 6 months but it does suck when you get it I prefer ips

    • Spencer Steele
      August 14, 2018

      That’s fair. It will always be the knock against AMOLED. I never use always on display for that reason

  2. Muhammad Yasir
    July 31, 2018

    too expensive !

    • Spencer Steele
      July 31, 2018

      $400 is too expensive for a 970 and Amoled…..?

    • Muhammad Yasir
      August 1, 2018

      i think the note series should be a bit more pocket friendly, no ?

    • Spencer Steele
      August 1, 2018

      you didn’t address the price man. For what it is, its very reasonably priced.
      But no, it should not be more pocket friendly. It should be significantly larger than the other phones they offer imo

    • Muhammad Yasir
      August 2, 2018

      by pocket friendly, i meant the PRICE ! price should be pocket friendly and easy on the wallet. THAT’s what i said.

      i am a LARGE SCREEN advocate, i like large phones.

      ok $400 might be easy for you to arrange but in Pakistan it will cost in the upwards of $600 ( around 70 k PKR)

    • Spencer Steele
      August 6, 2018

      Oh! gotcha.
      Yeah, import costs suck man. Hopefully they expand to make Pakistan part of their market so you can avoid that in the future