Huawei’s brand division is preparing the launch of their spring flagship smartphone, the Honor 10, which will be presented in China in just a few days, and will be launched globally next month.
The company has sent invitations for an unveiling event which will be held in China on April 19, but will also be launched globally through an event to be held in London on May 15th.
There were picture leaks and rumors about the phones specs, but we now have official confirmation from the Chinese regulatory authorities, namely TENAA, the authority that checks all electronic devices before they can be sold on the local market.
So officially, Honor 10 will have a 5.84-inch screen with a 2280×1080 pixels resolution, meaning it will have a 19:9 aspect, which means it will have an elongated screen with a notch just like the Huawei P20.
Inside, there will be a HiSilicon octa-core processor, clocked at 2.36GHz, produced by Huawei. The phone will have 4GB and 6GB RAM and 64GB and 128GB internal storage options.
The photo department consists in a dual rear camera with 16MP and 24MP sensors, and a 24MP selfie snapper.
It will be delivered with Android 8.1 Oreo and an EMUI 8.1 interface, it has a fingerprint sensor and is powered by a 3.320mAh battery.
Unfortunately, by the time this article was published, the official pictures with the new phone were not uploaded on the TENAA website, though they should’ve been. Probably they agreed with the authorities to publish them after launch. Who knows?!
So far, there are no clear price information, but we’ll find out in a few days when Honor 10 will ne unveiled.