There has been no end to the rumors revealing what might be the actual details of the Honor V10 device brought by Terminal Huawei’s Honor brand.
Based on previous reports, the company affirmed that the handset will see a launch on the 28th of November 28. Unfortunately, the company did not reveal exactly where this launch event will take place.
It’s exactly one week before the handset drops, and renders have shown us almost all there is to know about the upcoming device.
However, this new report brings the Honor V10 as spotted on Chinese certification site TENAA, revealing key specs, whilst rebutting previous reports.
As it turns out, the handset is expected to be launched in the company’s home market, before launching in other markets, slated for the 5th of December.
According to the certification listing, the upcoming Honor V10 is said to bring the currently trending 18:9 aspect ratio on its 5.99-inch display. Apart from that, the listing also suggests an all-metal construction on the new V10.
Furthermore, the handset is also tipped to be powered by the company’s in-house Kirin 970 processor equipped with 6GB of RAM speed. As per storage, it is unclear whether the handset will bring 64GB or 128GB internal memory space.
Talking about optics, the listing shows the handset sporting dual camera, with the primary sensor being a 16-megapixel and a 20-megapixel secondary sensor.
In the front, the device comes with a 13-megapixel sensor. What’s more, the handset will also likely run on EMUI 8.0 based on Android 8.0 Oreo, whilst packing a 3.5mm audio jack.
Going by one recently revealed teaser image, the handset will bring an artificial intelligence (AI) technology, similar to what we saw on the Mate 10 Pro earlier this year. Coming to price, previous leaks, suggested that the Honor V10 will go for a price of CNY 3,000.