One week left until Huawei unveils Honor V10. As per usual, in the last days leaked images started to pop online, ruining the surprise of the actual event on November 28. But we can’t complain – the device looks absolutely gorgeous #mobilemagic
In five days’ time, Honor V10 will be displayed in China, all features on the table. Seven days later, the device will reach other countries too, thanks to a global launch. Until then though, if your curious what the end of the year holds for you in matters of smartphones, here’s the latest leaked image of V10. It’s also the first image where we can see the device up close and the most credible picture of it so far, respecting what we’ve come to know from the TENAA listing.
The flagship appears to be all glass with slimmer bezels, but not completely gone. The front of the smartphone will keep a 5.99-inch 2160x1080px resolution display while on the back you’ll find the fingerprint reader you’ve come to expect. Under the hood, there will be a Kirin 970 chip, the latest processor from Huawei with dedicated AI unit, the same one found on Mate 10.
The smartphone is going to feature a 16MP+20MP dual rear camera module with a 13MP front shooter. As far as RAM and internal storage go, you should expect 6GB of RAM with 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. V10 is going to run their own EMUI 8.0 which is based on Android Oreo, so you’ll enjoy the full Android experience.
Oh, and before we forget: there’s still a headphone jack on the device, so even if the phone is embracing this year’s trends, at least it’s aware of users’ preferences.
The rumored price? tCNY2,999, that’s about $452.