"Honor Note 10 unveiled with 6.95" screen and 'GPU Turbo' tech

"Honor Note 10 unveiled with 6.95" screen and 'GPU Turbo' tech

For optics, the handset is also packed with a dual camera module at the back featuring 13MP + 2MP sensors. This handset is a successor to the Honor Note 8 which was introduced back in August 2016, though some of you may see it as a successor to the Honor View 10 which was announced previous year, even though that's probably not the best comparison. This is why liquid cooling present in the Honor Note 10 makes it a suitable handset for mobile gaming as there would be no issues related to overheating.

It comes with a 6.95-inch AMOLED display with Full HD+ (2220 x 1080 pixels) resolution and 18.5:9 aspect ratio. The smartphone will be available in two RAM variants in China; 4/6GB RAM option with 64GB storage. As mentioned, the phone also comes with the company's GPU Turbo technology which is said to boost the GPU performance by 60% and at the same time, it keeps the battery life in check.

The Honor Note 10 has been launched in China, packing flagship specs and a large, 5,000mAh battery.

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Weeks after its benchmarks were spotted on Geekbench, honor has officially launched its new Note 10 smartphone. Connectivity options include 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, NFC, and USB Type-C. The 64GB and 128GB variants will be available starting 12pm IST tomorrow in Midnight Black and Sapphire Blue colour options only. The Honor Note 10 also ships with Huawei's Super Charge fast charging technology.

There is also no in-display fingerprint scanner; the Honor Note 10 features a rear-mounted fingerprint reader. As far as software goes, EMUI 8.2 will run on top of Google's Android 8.1 Oreo. Emotion UI 4.2 looks a bit different than stock Android, as Huawei likes to add features and change up the design of its skin a bit, but you will still get all stock Android features, and if you're used to stock Android, this will not be a giant step away from it, as it is with some other Chinese OEMs, as you will be getting all the features you're used to, but in a slightly redesigned package. The phone comes with a massive 6.95-inch display on the front. The company is expected to unveil the smartphone globally on August 30th at the IFA event in Berlin.

The new phablet has been launched in three variants - the base variant with 6GB RAM/64GB storage costs RMB 2,799 (approx Rs 28,100), with 6GB/128GB configuration is priced at RMB 3,199 (approx Rs 32,100), and the top variant with 8GB/128GB configuration costs RMB 3,599 (approx Rs 36,100).

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