IFA 2017 turned out to be the game changer for Chinese firm Huawei. There, the company had announced  Kirin 970 SoC, that will be used company’s upcoming flagship smartphones. Besides, George Zhao, President of Huawei sub-brand Honor, was discussing an upcoming flagship, which is none other than Honor V10. However, it is presumed to bring another moniker outside China (most probably Honor 10), as the company did with earlier “V” series smartphones.

As being a flagship device, the Honor V10 will arrive with Kirin 970 processor. The device would likely to pack in with 5.7-inch 1080 x 2160p (18:9) Full HD display. It will have custom EMUI 6 based Android 8.0 as an operating system. Further, the device is being said to launch in Q1, 2018. In the meantime, we have got a leaked image of its front panel. If the given image goes right, it will have a carbon copy of G10 (Mate 10 Lite) in smaller form factor, as far as design is concerned. Accordingly, the fingerprint sensor should be at the bottom of the display, and all the essential sensor are at the top portion.

In the meantime, we have got a leaked image of its front panel. If the given image goes right, it will have a carbon copy of Huawei Maimang 6 (Mate 10 Lite) in smaller form factor, as far as design is concerned. Accordingly, the fingerprint sensor should be at the bottom of the display, and all the essential sensor are at the top portion.

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Honor V10 front-panel

To just recall, Honor V9, globally called Honor 9 (in India Honor 8 Pro), was launched with HiSilicon Kirin 960 processor, 6GB RAM, 5.15-inch 1080p Full HD display, 3,200 battery and Android 7.0, Nougat, USB Type-C port, Dual rear camera, and a fingerprint scanner.

Source: Weibo (Chinese)

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