The stunning Honor Note 10, is to be officially launched in China on July 31. This announcement was just what everyone was waiting for, following the string of teasers and updates released about the smartphone every now and then. The Honor team has given its official statement on the launch event of its premium ultra cool phablet, the Note 10. Earlier this week, the first live image of the smartphone was leaked in a report.
The Honor Note 10 is the glorious successor to the Honor Note 8 that was launched back in 2016. Needless to say, the newest flagship ups the game in all respects. In addition to this, Honor 10 is scheduled to be globally launched on August 30, thanks to a pre-IFA 2018 sent out by Honor. In line with the Honor 10, the Honor Note 10 is expected to sport certain AI-based features, which is its USP for its potential customer base.
The Honor team took to Weibo on Friday to announce the launch date of the smartphone in China. As stated on the post, an “AI big screen flagship” is to be unveiled in the next 10 days, which is sure to get the Chinese fans super excited, just as everyone else is. The smartphone is all set to be launched on the 31st of July at an event in Beijing. All the fans are urged to hold their horses and not give in to rumors of pricing and availability details, as they will be clearly specified only during the launch event.
As per a report by GSMArena, Honor is slated to host a global event on August 30, just before IFA 2018, which is anticipated to give that extra mileage to the hype built around the smartphone, and for all the right reasons. Interestingly enough, the Honor team has cleverly kept the name of the model to be unveiled under the wraps, but if hearsay is to be believed, the Honor Note 10 flagship phablet is expected to make an appearance in all probability, considering it’s a high profile event and would, therefore, be the most appropriate platform to launch the latest Honor flagship.
As for the tentative specifications, The Honor Note 10 is a winner all the way, expected to sport a 6.9-inch display an impressively lasting battery capacity of than 6,000mAh, ultrasonic fingerprint, a core built of the trusted HiSilicon Kirin 970 SoC clocked at 1.84GHz, 6GB of RAM, and Android 8.1 Oreo. As for the camera, the model promises high definition ‘professional photography in one click’ (as stated on the official website of Honor) with sharp image quality, thanks to its dual rear camera setup with a 24-megapixel primary sensor and a 16-megapixel sensor, all powered with AI-based features.
With its latest AI-powered flagship just waiting to hit the stores soon, the Honor brand is all set to bring out the tagline for Honor Note 10 on the real plane, and embrace the ‘Beauty in AI’.