Huaweis subsidiary will announce the new flagship in three shiny colors - one is Black, second is a hue of Teal and the third is the famous Twilight, seen in the Huawei P20 Pro. Below the display will be a chin and a fingerprint reader (I yearn for the return of rear mounted fingerprint sensors on Honor devices). It is the rumored 2018 flagship of Huawei sub-brand Honor, and it looks to carry much of the same hardware as the recently launched Huawei P20 flagship phone.
As per a TENAA listing earlier this week, the Honor 10 will pack a lot of the same firepower that is found inside the P20.
"In front, it gets a 5.84" LCD display with a notch that pushes a 2280×1080 pixels resolution which is likely from the P20 Lite.
Nearly simultaneously, a live image of the phone appeared on Weibo, suggesting it is the Honor 10. The chipset will be paired with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM and will be offered with 64GB or 128GB of storage. As per speculations, it will get a dual-camera setup at the back with a combination of 12-megapixel and 20-megapixel sensors, similar to the P20. This looks a little different than the P2 which saw a vertically placed dual rear camera system. We are also getting what are probably the first official renders of the new smartphone. That is expected as the Honor View 10 and P20 phones also pack tons of AI features.
Instead they're labeled as "AI Camera", suggesting that the Honor 10 will have the same AI skills as the Huawei P20, allowing it for example to recognize what you're taking pictures of and adjust the settings to suit.
It will come with Android 8.1.0 (Oreo) pre-installed, with EMUI layered on top. We will know more about pricing and availability when the phone is unveiled on April 19.