The launch of the Honor Note 10 has been announced by the company on its Weibo account. This launch is specifically for China and it will happen on July 31. The global launch, on the other hand, is supposed to occur on August 30, precisely a month later.
According to the launch post, Honor is urging people to prepare for the AI flagship which will arrive in 10 days. Furthermore, according to the graphic in the post, it seems that the display will not be carrying a notch, which is probably a good thing. In fact, it could carry a design language on the lines of the Galaxy S9 smartphones. This means, thin bodywork at the top and the bottom while both the sides will likely be without any bezels completely.
On the specifications front, the display is expected to measure at 6.9 inches, which will be huge, and it is indeed made by Samsung. Secondly, the Honor Note 10 will be powered by HiSilicon Kirin 970 along with 6 GB of RAM. The phone will run Android Oreo 8.1 out of the box which will be topped with the latest EMUI customization.
Given that the phone’s global launch is on August 30, we can only expect it to come to India on or after that date. Keep watching this space for more information on Honor Note 10’s launch as well as on other upcoming smartphones in 2018.