Expecting to be Huawei Mate 10’s budget version, the new Honor V10 will be revealed to buyers as part of an event hosted in London after it was first launched for the Chinese market.
Thus, according to invitations sent to press members, Huawei will hold a launch event on November 28 in Beijing. The message does not reveal any information other than using a dual-camera system – a detail already confirmed from multiple sources.
This version of the Honor V10 will be unveiled on December 5 at a price slightly higher than the one of $450 from the Asian stores.
According to the revelations, the new Honor V10 flagship features a full-screen 18:9 panel with a 6″ diagonal, similar to the one seen at Huawei Mate 10. The similarities between the two devices don’t stop here. The V10 will integrate the same Kirin 970 chipset with artificial intelligence capabilities, 6GB RAM, 64GB or 128GB storage options and a 16MP and 20MP dual-camera system. The EMUI 6.0 operating system which will be pre-installed on the phone is based on Android 8.0 Oreo.
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