After a gap of two years, Huawei-owned Honor brand is set to launch its latest Note series smartphone in the coming days.
The company has released an official teaser which confirms that the successor to 2016's Honor Note 8 will be called the Honor Note 10.
This will be Honor's phablet-sized flagship which is expected to come with top-of-the-line specs.
Here's our roundup.
Design & Display
Everything we know about the Honor Note 10
The Honor Note 10 will most certainly get Huawei's 2018 flagship chipset the HiSilicon Kirin 970. Further, we expect up to 8GB of RAM and at least 128GB of storage, considering it will be a flagship device.
According to previous leaks, the phone will feature a massive 6.9-inch QHD+ Samsung display with a 19:9 or 18:9 aspect ratio, AI-powered cameras and a 4,000mAh battery.
What else can we expect from the upcoming Honor phablet?
Interestingly, the official launch teaser lists AI along with with the Honor Note 10 branding. This suggests the upcoming Honor phablet will come with AI-powered features which won't be limited to photographic refinements and battery performance.
Honor Note 10 is also expected to come with face unlock, possibly an in-display fingerprint sensor and in-house GBU Turbo boost that improves device's graphical performance.
Leaks & Rumors
Earlier, a purported Honor Note 10 prototype was spotted
Recently, an alleged Honor Note 10 prototype with a codename Ravel had surfaced on the internet.
The prototype appears to have a ceramic back with a metallic polish and a metal frame.
Additionally, one can also see a vertically positioned dual camera setup at the top-center of the phone, an LED flash module and rear-mounted fingerprint sensor beneath the camera.