Everything we know about the Huawei Honor Note 10Last updated on Jul 02, 2018, 09:42 pm
After a year's gap, Huawei-owned Honor brand is working to revive its Honor Note series of smartphones.
The Note series, known for its phablet-sized displays, might soon see the successor of 2016's Honor Note 8 in the form of Honor Note 10.
And according to reports, Note 10 might come with a 6.9-inch Super AMOLED display.
Here's everything we know about Note 10.
Honor Note 10 may feature a 6.9-inch Super-AMOLED display
A recent image, spotted by GSMArena, suggests that Samsung would supply 6.9-inch Super-AMOLED displays to Huawei for a device that has been codenamed Ravel.
While earlier there were speculations about a Huawei Mate 20 Pro, several reports now suggest it's actually the Honor Note 10.
This development is further supported by the fact that Honor Note 8 also featured a Super-AMOLED display.
Connecting the dots
Honor Note 10: The elder sibling of Honor 10?
It won't be a surprise if the company launches Honor Note 10 as the elder sibling of its 2018 flagship, the Honor 10.
On these lines, Honor's President Zhao Ming recently posted on Weibo saying "Currently used to a glory 10 daily, a large screen glory office entertainment, glory 10 is comfortable to use..."
What's the hint here? A top-spec flagship Honor Note 10.
What to expect from Honor Note 10?
Considering Honor 10 was powered by this year's flagship Kirin 970 chipset, we expect Honor Note 10 to get the same chipset, paired with up to 8GB RAM and up to 256GB storage.
Moreover, you can expect a full-HD+ display with 19:9 or 18:9 aspect ratio, AI-powered cameras and possibly a 4,000mAh battery on the Honor Note 10 to make it flagship worthy.