Honor Note 10 teases huge display in freshly leaked live images

Honor Note 10 - Rear

We know that Honor is working on a new Note smartphone, which will probably be called Note 10. This new handset was believed to sport a massive 6.9-inch display. The fresh new leaked lives images suggest that it will indeed sport such a huge screen size. The folks at Techtastic has shared a photo of what appears to be the Note 10.

Also read: Press renders of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with new S Pen leaked online

Honor Note 10: A smartphone or tablet?

The alleged live images of the upcoming Honor flagship phone is compared to the Nintendo Switch for scaling. These two pictures showcase the two devices compared side-by-side. And it can be clearly stated that the Honor device pictured is larger than its 6.2-inches display. The Switch is a 9.4-inches long device, while the purported Honor Note10 lying near to it looks almost as big.

These intriguing images showcase that Honor is indeed working a large display phone. This phone could be aimed at gaming as well as for other entertainment purposes. With extremely thin bezels, it is believed to offer a comfortable dimension for good handheld experience.

Talking about the Honor Note 10 specifications, it could sport a Kirin 970 SoC paired with a 6GB of RAM and Android 8.1 Oreo-based UI. Expect Honor to implement a humongous battery juice for running the large screen display. According to rumors, it shall offer a battery capacity up to 6000mAh.

While the Honor Note10 is yet to receive a release date, its rival Xiaomi is scheduled to introduce the Mi Max 3, its large screen display-enabled smartphone by the end of July.

What do you guys think of the Honor Note 10? Let us know in the comments section below.


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