Honor Note 10 Specs Tipped in Alleged TENAA Listing, Includes 18.5:9 Display, and Up to 512GB Storage

Honor Note 10, the upcoming big smartphone in the Chinese behemoth that's set to the introduction on July 31, has apparently been certified by Chinese authority, TENAA. The alleged Honor Note 10 certificate listing on reveals the forthcoming handset with version number RVL-AL09 and affirms its own key specifications. Notably, a Geekbench record before this month confirmed the existence of a HiSilicon Kirin 970 SoC. An alleged official record of this smartphone recently emerged to define the hardware. While the China launching of Honor Note 10 is intended for July 31, the provider is expected to program its worldwide launching for August 30.

According to the alleged Honor Note, 10 list about the TENAA website, the smartphone with version number RVL-AL109 comes with a 6.95-inch full-HD+ (1080x2220 pixels) AMOLED display together with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio. This hints at the lack of a notch and also a display design very similar to what Samsung embraced because of the infinity Display' technology. We assume this might be that the Kirin 970 SoC because the exact same chipset was formerly found at a Geekbench record. The SoC is combined together with 6GB and 8GB RAM choices, along with the handset comprises 64GB, 128GB, and 512GB of onboard storage that's even expandable via microSD card (around 256GB). The smartphone can be seen to operate Android 8.1 Oreo out-of-the-box.

About the optics part, the TENAA list reveals the Honor Note 10 carries a double back camera setup using a 16-megapixel main detector alongside a f/1.8 aperture plus a 24-megapixel secondary detector. There's also a 13-megapixel front camera detector. Sensors on board comprise an ambient light sensor, space sensor, gravity detector, and a fingerprint sensor. In addition, the smartphone packs a 4000mAh battery and steps 177x85x7.65mm.

The date of issue of this certificate will be July 4. This implies that the handset will shortly be sure to China. A current Weibo article already supported its China launching date that's scheduled for July 31.

Last week, a Dutch website leaked Honor Note 10 in photographs comparing the measurements of the handset using a Nintendo Switch. The offered pictures highlighted thin bezels of this handset that seems to be smaller compared to the Switch regardless of featuring a bigger, 6.9-inch display.

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