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Honor Note 10 specs confirmed by TENAA, features 6.95 inch display, 8GB RAM and 512GB ROM

Honor’s Note series featuring large-size screens has not been seen since the release of Honor Note 8 in 2016. The series has now returned by skipping a number directly to ‘Note 10’ and today its specs got revealed by TENAA alongside its certification.

According to TENAA listing, Honor Note 10 will feature a 6.95-inch AMOLED display with the resolution of 1080 × 2220, powered by overclocked Kirin 970 (overclocked 2.4GHz, non-overclocked version 2.36GHz) SOC combined with 6GB/8GB RAM + 64GB/129/512GB internal Storage (expandable 256GB via microSD).

Note 10 supports dual rear 24MP+16MP Pixel AI camera and 13MP front camera setup with a boasting 4900mAh battery that supports fast charge (USB Type-C interface), EMUI 8.2 (Android 8.1 Oreo) and undoubtedly boosted by ‘GPU Turbo’ technology.



The Note 10 measures 177×85×7.65(mm) and weigh at 230 (g), according to TENAA this phone is listed is in only two color variants one is BLack another is Blue and there will be more colors to be revealed.

Earlier this month, Honor’s president Zhao Ming announced that the Honor Note series has returned with the work of last two years. This time the phone is no longer Note 9, but directly named as Honor Note 10. Zhao also indicated that the device will feature a new technology as a result of two years of hard work.

Honor Note 10 is scheduled to be launched on July 31 on Beijing China and there could be a potential global launch on August 30 at IFA 2018. As for now the device specs looks so promising that definitely boost the performance of the device and we’ll look forward to it.



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