After unveiling the new P20 series, Huawei is now expected to unveil the Honor 10 this month in China, as the company sends out media invites.
According to a new report, contradicting the previous launch date (May 15), the smartphone could unveil at an event scheduled for April 19 in its home country. Additionally, it is expected that the smartphone could launch globally on May 15.
While the invite doesn’t say much about the Honor 10, the smartphone is likely to come in a new Twilight colour, much like one of the color options of the recently launched Huawei P20. Additionally, the smartphone is expected to house dual cameras, and support AI-driven camera features.
The Honor 10 (much like the P20) is likely to feature the arguably popular notch which will make for an almost bezel-less display, which could be rated at 5.8-inch and come with a Full HD+ screen resolution.
In terms of the specifications, the Honor 10 is expected to be powered by the company’s Kirin 970 processor, and could come in two RAM/ROM variants: 4GB of RAM/64GB of ROM and 6GB of RAM/128GB of ROM.
However, just to clear the air, these are just rumours and should be taken with a pinch of salt. To know how the Honor 10 turns out, stay tuned.