Honor Note 10 to officially arrive on July 31 in China

Honor is rumoured to unveil a new smartphone, allegedly called the Honor Note 10, for which the rumours and leaks are piling up. Now, the recent information is in regards with the official launch date of the smartphone.

According to a post by Honor on Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo, the purported Honor Note 10 is expected to make its entry on July 31 at an event in China.

While the official teaser doesn’t reveal much about the forthcoming smartphone, there are hints of AI capabilities and bezel-less display, to be seen in the smartphone.


Even though there is not much known about the Honor Note 10, previous rumours suggest that the smartphone is likely to feature a 6.9-inch display which could be AMOLED in nature. There could be really thin bezels, however, the presence of a notch is still not known.

The smartphone could be powered by the company’s Kirin 970 processor, coupled with up to 6GB of RAM. Additionally, the device is expected to come with a huge battery capacity and preferably run Android 8.1 Oreo.

However, there is nothing concrete available at the moment. To know more about the Honor Note 10, stay tuned to My Mobile.

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