03 August 2018
Honor Note 10 which is expected to be unveiled on July 31 could feature a massive 5,000mAH battery. Recently, TENAA listing suggested a nearly similar battery capacity of the Honor Note 10. Now reportedly, a new teaser hints at an even bigger battery. The teaser, however, doesn’t suggest any other information on the specifications.
The teaser also mentions the word “cool” with the picture of a big chunk of an ice cube. This could be a hint at the GPU Turbo tech that will keep the device cooler when the GPU is churning its maximum processing power while playing games.
It is also speculated that the smartphone may feature an advanced heat dissipation feature for effectively cooling down the internal temperature. Together this reflects that the Honor Note 10 might have been designed to deliver an immersive gaming experience.
The Honor Note 10 is also expected to bear the highest configuration model, which could be an 8GB of RAM and 512 GB of native storage.
Some of the other speculated specifications include a 6.9-inch Super AMOLED display that features Full HD+ resolution (2280x1080 pixels). It will be fueled by Kirin 970 SoC and 6GB and 8GB RAM options. It will be featuring 16MP + 24MP dual cameras set up and a front-facing snapper of 16MP.
In other related news, the Honor Note 10 is already listed on JD.com. The listing reveals the front side of the device. As spotted in earlier images, the device features a thin top and bottom bezels, with practically no side bezels and a tall screen with no notch.
The price of the device is listed too high but it's just a placeholder. The actual price will be revealed on July 31st. We are just a couple of days away from the reported launch date of the Honor Note 10. So, stay tuned.