It has been confirmed by Huawei that the upcoming budget-friendly offering from the firm’s sub-brand Honor, the Honor Note 10, will have a gigantic 5000mAh battery to take care of the power needs. The firm is all set to unveil the handset on July 31st at a press event in Beijing, China.
Though not launched officially yet, the handset has already gone on pre-sale on a Chinese online store that goes by the name Jingdong Mall (a.k.a JD). The store, however, listed the device for a whopping price of 9,998 Yuan (approx US $1467, INR 1,00,000) — definitely fake, considering this one is a mid-range offering.
The Honor Note 10 has previously appeared on Chinese certification website TENAA, revealing everything there is to know about the incoming device. Speaking off, it will come with a massive 6.95-inch screen with a display resolution of 2220 x 1080 pixels and 18:9:5 aspect ratio, and is said to be powered by an octa-core processor clocked at 2.4GHz.
Other potential specs include 6/8GB RAM, 64/128/256GB storage, dual 24+16 rear cameras, and 13MP front-facing shooter. In terms of software, the device is said to run Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.
Keep going for the official poster confirming 5000mAh battery of Honor Note 10.