Honor Note 10 to Be Launched Shortly After Two Decades of Improvement: George Zhao

Photo Credit: George Zhao/ Weibo

Honor is set to revive its ruling collection of smartphones after bypassing a launching this past year. The Huawei-owned manufacturer has confirmed the Honor Note 10 is arriving shortly, after two decades in development. This smartphone is expected to establish the organization's GPU Turbo technology in addition to other unannounced capabilities.

But that is it, no additional details about pricing, launch, or any sort of specifications are mentioned. But, a week's report by Playful Droid has given us a glance in the box of a declared Honor smartphone codenamed Ravel. This smartphone sports a sizable 6.9-inch screen and maybe the Honor Note 10. Honor President George Zhao had submitted about an unannounced Honor smartphone back in late June, which seems to sport a bigger display when compared with the Honor 10. We could anticipate this upcoming smartphone to be powered by Hernandez's reputable HiSilicon Kirin 970 SoC, combined with 6GB or 8GB of RAM.

Before this week, Honor introduced the Honor 10 GT at China, which is basically a normal Honor 10 but with 8GB of RAM, GPU Turbo technologies, and tripod-free Nighttime Mode out-of-the-box. No pricing information of the smartphone have been shown yet; initial flash purchase in China is slated for July 24 on JD.com and Honor's online shop. It also includes specifications such as a HiSilicon Kirin 970 SoC, 6GB/ / 8GB of RAM, 64GB/ / 128GB of storage that is accessible, and a 3400mAh battery. The"AI Camera" on the trunk is made up of 16-megapixel + 24-megapixel mix.

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