The Honor Note 10 was just teased officially on Honor’s Weibo channel yesterday. Shortly after that, the phablet appeared in a Geekbench listing. The listing doesn’t actually reveal that it is the Note 10 but the codename HUAWEI RVL-AL09 gives it away. Recent leaks revealed that the Hono Note 10 is codenamed “Ravel”. And this is exactly what the Geekbench listing seem to be.
One mysterious subject with the Honor Note 10 was its processor. But Geekbench has now revealed that it will come with the flagship Kirin 970 SoC. This is the chipset that is on Huawei’s top devices – the Honor 10, the P20 Pro this year. The Honor Note 10 is making a comeback after an absence of one year as the company did not release any Note 9.
The Note 10 or Ravel will come with a solid 6GB of RAM and Android 8.1 Oreo. Of course, if the scores are not faked, then the handset has a 1,901 single-core score and 6,818 multi-core score.
Scrapping the previous info from the web, we get to know that the Honor Note 10 will boast a 6.9-inch QHD+ display and if the recent live image is not a fluke, it has some stunning looks too. All this will definitely convert to a heavy price tag, we’re sure. Honor will also bundle the phone with its coveted GPU Turbo tech revealed just last month. Launch dates are not out yet but we expect it to happen this month.