The Honor 10 is scheduled to be revealed on April 19, but the leakers cannot wait and so, it has now been fully revealed in renders.
Honor 10 Full Design And Colors Leaked Before Launch
Notorious tipster Roland Quandt released the official-looking renders of the Honor 10, revealing three glossy color options such as black, Teal, and Twilight. All three variants sport a gradient finish and brushed metal look.
The renders also showcase the dual cameras, placed horizontally at the top left of the rear with the label AI Camera across the setup. The Honor logo sits at the lower half, where it is located on the Honor 9.
At the front, there's the infamous notch from the iPhone X and a physical home button with the fingerprint scanner at the bottom. Setting those aside, the bezels are almost non-existent.
These specifications were corroborated by a leak on Weibo, which is presumed to be that of the Honor 10. The handset in the image also shows a notch and thin bezels. It also looks to be rather big in the hands of the one holding it.
According to rumors, the display will sport a 5.84-inch LCD with 18:9 aspect ratio and 2280 x 1080 resolution. The glass is 2.5D, similar to that of the iPhone 6 and up. However, it's unclear whether Honor 10 will feature the Gorilla Glass technology.
Honor 10 Specifications To Be Revealed Soon
Under the hood, there should be an octa-core Kirin 970 processor paired with either 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage or 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage. Surprisingly, there's no microSD card slot, so there is no way to upgrade its memory.
The front camera is reported to have a 24-megapixel lens. The rear should have a 20-megapixel and 24-megapixel dual-camera setup with a feature called the"semantic image segmentation mode. In simple terms, the feature is a multi-scene detection system.
The AI-powered feature will be able to recognize different elements in one photo such as the beach, animal, snow, and more. It will then apply different filters to each element simultaneously.
Other rumors also point to a 3,320 mAh battery and Android Oreo out of the box.
Based on these specifications, the Honor 10 is expected to be less expensive than the Huawei P20. Another advantage it would have is the 3.5 mm headphone jack, which Huawei removed from its flagships.
These leaks and rumors will be settled once and for all after the launching of Honor 10 in China on April 19. The new flagship will then arrive on Western shores on May 15.