Honor’s upcoming more affordable device of its 10 series created for the youngsters is a week away from its official launch, but that didn’t stop somebody from releasing its first TV commercial before the chosen day.
As you’ll be able to see in the video below, the design we’ve previously seen in leaked photos as well as the TENAA certification page is now confirmed. The Honor 10 will sport a gradient back in both a Red to White variant and a Blue to White one.
Without further ado, let’s check out the ad appeared over on the Chinese social Weibo:
In the video we can also have a look at the camera placement, which is very similar to the one on the Honor 8X, with the two sensors placed vertically on the upper left corner and the Dual-LED flash below them. Meanwhile the fingerprint scanner is placed in the middle of the back, like most phones nowadays.
Finally, a neat detail we learn from the video is that the back is completely clean, there’s no Honor branding or camera features written on it, but since this is just an ad, we can’t confirm that will be the final look of the device.
Either way, as we previously mentioned we’re only a week away from its official launch set on November 21st in Beijing, so let’s just wait patiently.