Just few days ago, Huawei said that it will launch the much-speculated Honor 10 in London on May 15. Now it seems that the company is planning to launch it in its home country, China, much earlier on this April 19.
An alleged invite, which got released on social networks, has confirmed the date. As per the new press invite, the Honor 10 will have a Twilight colour variant. Also the new invite confirms dual camera setup, a selfie-focused camera, and AI features.
As per previous leaks the Honor 10 is expected to come with Kirin 970 chipset, up to 6GB RAM and up to 256GB onboard storage. Besides, the Honor 10 is said to come with a 5.8-inch display with full-HD+ (1080×2160 pixels) resolution.
Some leaked pictures pointed towards a iPhone X like notch in the phone. A fingerprint sensor and a glass back is also expected, courtesy previous leaks.
Honor is the online-only brand of Huawei – meaning its devices are meant to sell only online. Under the brand, the company is currently selling six phones – Honor 9 Lite, 6X, 7X, 9i, 8 Pro and View 10 – priced between Rs 10,999 to Rs 29,999. The Honor View 10 is the costliest while the Honor 9 Lite is the cheapest.
We have recently reviewed the Honor View 10 which you can read here.