Honor V10 is expected to be unveiled next week at a launch event scheduled in China. It has leaked a couple of times in the past too including when it was certified by TENAA. Another image of the phone has leaked that shows the phone from the front. The new image gives us a better look at the phone’s design with thinner bezels.
The V10 is going to be Honor’s newest smartphone to include an 18:9 display and thin bezels. The TENAA listing revealed quite a few details of the phone including its images from all the sides. The other leaked image showed more of a concept design and had nothing to do with the original phone. Huawei as scheduled the launch event in China for November 28 and a global launch in London will follow next week.
Coming back to this new leak, the image looks similar to what we had seen at TENAA, making us believe that it is indeed legit. The top and bottom of the front have minimum bezels with all the necessary sensors on the top. An elongated display becomes an obvious decision here with the now popular 18:9 aspect ratio.
Some of the earlier reports have suggested that the display would be of 5.99 inches and will have a resolution of 2160 x 1080. A 16 MP + 20 MP camera will sit on the back of the phone while the one on the front will be of 13 MP. The Honor V10 will get 6GB of RAM and will come powered by Kirin 970, the same processor that powers the Mate 10. The phone will be available with 64GB or 128GB storage variants.
The pricing details of the phone aren’t confirmed yet but the Honor V10 is expected to be priced at CNY 2,999 which translates to $453. The number shall be confirmed at the global launch of the phone on December 5th.
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