Honor is set to launch its next-generation V series smartphone touted as the Honor V10. According to the recent reports that surfaced online, Huawei’s sub-brand Honor is going to hold a launch event on 5th December in London. If this is what we think it to be, the company is set to launch its Honor V10 smartphone at the launch event.
Fresh information that has come online claims that Honor V10 will initially be unveiled on November 28 in China and then the company shall make it official in London. Previous reports have suggested that Honor’s next-gen device has already gone through the 3C certification and might launch anytime soon. While this is reported here, we have other news that indicates the device to come with a full-screen display. Apart from that, the rumor mill also claimed that the smartphone will come sans home button.
Alike to several tech companies, it seems, Honor is also following the bandwagon of bezel-less design. If that is what fans may expect, other anticipations also suggest that Honor V10 will come with an aspect ratio of 18:9. As far as the design is concerned, the Honor V10 is expected to sport a familiar design alike to what the tech world witnessed with Mate 10 Pro flagship phone.
Honor V10 has already been subjected to various leaks, out of which, one may check out this news, which indicates the device to feature AI technology. Display wise, Honor V10 is expected to sport a mammoth display size of 6-inch. Underneath its hood, there would be the AI-driven Kirin 970 chipset housed with a combination of 6 GB RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. There’ll also be another variant that’ll sport 8 GB RAM with the inclusion of 128 GB of storage.
On the optics front, the smartphone will be occupied with a 16-megapixel + 20-megapixel dual camera system. As per the pricing, Honor V10 has not been confirmed with anything right now. As per possibilities, the device is pegged to come with a price tag of 3,000 Yuan (~$450).