Honor is expected to unveil its latest smartphone, the Honor V10, in an event in China tomorrow. We caught a glimpse of what the new handset might look like in a leak last week, but thanks to Chinese communications commission website TENAA, we now have some renders to go on too.
The TENAA listing was spotted by WinFuture.de and it confirms the device design as well as its core specs. The V10 takes the Huawei Mate 10 design approach with a “bezel-less” display with the bottom mounted fingerprint scanner (which possibly doubles as a home screen button) — something that does once more bring into question how we use the terms bezel-less or full-screen.
Meanwhile, the render shows that the previously leaked image is also mostly accurate too — only it looks like the display isn’t going to bleed over into the top bezel as was hinted at.
As for its specs, the TENAA listing claims that the V10 will come with a 6-inch, LCD display with 2160 x 1080 resolution, Kirin 970 processor and 6 GB of RAM with 64 GB 0r 128 GB internal storage variants. There are also 20 MP + 16 MP camera sensors on the rear, a 13 MP camera up front, a 3,650 mAh battery inside and a slot for storage expansion via MicroSD Card. In addition, the device is expected to launch with Android 8.0 Oreo, and it’s set to be pretty slim at just 6.97 mm. The TENAA listing also confirms that the V10 will include a headphone jack.
The V10 will be unveiled in Beijing before it is expected to be announced in global markets in December; it’s arriving in black, blue, red, and gold, but we don’t yet have any details on its precise price or release date for you.
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