Huawei’s sub-terminal Honor is prepping to take the curtains off its upcoming flagship smartphone, the Honor V10 this month. The tech company posted a teaser on the Honor Weibo account citing that it will launch its V10 smartphone in China on November 28.
The teaser doesn’t reveal much details about the new V-series smartphone, but it does confirm that the device will incorporate dual lenses on the rear side. Reports further goes on suggesting that the smartphone will be a trimmed down version of Huawei’s recently launched Mate 10 Pro.
As for the specifications, the V10 is expected to feature a 6-inch bezel less display with 18:9 aspect ratio. Reports speculate that the device might pack Huawei flagship processor, Kirin 970 under the hood. For those unaware, the Kirin 970 SoC is Huawei first Artificial Intelligent based mobile platform that is baked on a 10nm process. The chipset comes with a 12-core Mali-G72 GPU and Neural Processing Unit. Huawei claims that the processor provides 25x better performance and 50x more energy efficiency for AI-related tasks.
Coming back to the Honor V10, the phone is tipped to come in two storage options- 6GB RAM/64GB onboard storage and 6GB RAM /128GB native storage. The dual rear lenses on the smartphone might likely combine 16MP+20MP unit. In terms of software, reports heavily suggest that the Honor V10 might ship with Android 8.0 Oreo based EMUI 8.0. The handset could pack a 4000mAh battery along with support for fast charge.
Recent leaks have pointed out that the V10 might be made available for purchase in China with a price of CNY 3000 which comes to around Rs. 29,500 after translation. While the upcoming Honor V10 will see the first light in China, the company will introduce its new phone in the European market as well on December 5.