19 April 2018
UPDATE (April 16th, 2018):
Honor 10 clears TENAA certification which means the device is now officially eligible to go on sale in China. At the TENAA certification, four different variants of Honor 10 appeared at TENAA bearing model numbers COL-AL00, COL-AL10, COL-TL00, and COL-TL10. All the variants have different RAM 4GB or 6GB and storage either 64GB or 128GB.
As it is now confirmed the device will have a notch at the top. The display is a 5.84-inches LCD panel with a Full HD+ screen resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels and 19:9 aspect ratio. The device dual rear snappers are 16MP+24MP with AI support. Up front the selfie camera is 24MP. The Honor 10 dimensions are 149.6 x 71.2 x 7.7 mm and it weighs 153g. The device will be available in the silver color variant. As OS the device is pre-installed with Android Oreo 8.1. A 3,320mAh battery cell is on board to keep its lights on. The device will support the company's own fast charging tech.
Original (April 16th, 2018)
The Chinese giant Huawei's subsidiary Honor is gearing up to announce their next flagship smartphone. The company is expected to announce Honor 10 as their first flagship smartphone of this year with a stylish design and powerful hardware. So far we heard a number of rumors regarding the Honor 10 front-facing design. There are rumors Honor could opt a notch design similar to Huawei's flagship P20, there are also rumors Honor will be adopting a complete bezel-less design with none bezels to adopt screen-to-body ratio higher than 90%.
Today a hands-on real image of Honor 10 appears online which reveals the device is featuring a small notch at the top pretty much similar to the recently announced flagship P20. As far official announcement is a concern the Honor 10 is expected to go official on April 19th. As expected the device will be bringing a number of features from the flagship P20.
As far as cameras are a concern the device is rumored to have dual rear snappers, most likely it will be the same dual setup which Huawei opted for the last year's Mate 10 but it won't have Leica branding. One of the key-selling aspects of Honor 10 will be its AI camera setup on the rear to enhance the overall camera experience to the fullest.
From what we heard so far the Honor 10 will be featuring a 5.84-inches display with Full HD+ screen resolution. The Kirin 970 SoC will be powering the device with 6GB RAM and storage up to 256GB. Much of the details regarding the Honor 10 are still in dark but the good thing is Honor fans won't have to wait longer as the official announcement for the Chinese market is on April 19th whereas the device will go global on May 15th in London. Feel free to share your views regarding the Honor 10 latest hands-on image in the comments section below. Stay tuned.