Details of the Honor Note 10 revealed in full
Last week, live images of the Honor Note 10 surfaced, throwing more light on what we should expect from the device in terms of design and surface features. The phablet also made its way to TENAA, and we finally have a clearer idea of what we’ll be getting.
By now, it’s no secret that the Note 10 will sport a 6.9-inch display. The TENAA listing corrects that, however, as it’s listed with a 6.95-inch screen. There isn’t much of a difference, in any case, and TENAA pages aren’t always accurate to the tee.
Of interest to us is the fact that the device is listed with an 18.9:5 display ratio. This is the same display ratio used on Samsung flagships to accommodate the curved factor, and it all but confirms the early rumors that the Note 10 will feature Super AMOLED screens made by Samsung. Sadly, we’ll be getting a FHD+ display here, which is a tad on the light side for a display that big.
In the camera department, the Note 10 is listed with a 16 MP + 24 MP dual rear camera setup—the exact same one seen on the Honor 10. The front facing camera is a single 13 MP one, however, which is a downgrade from the Honor 10’s 24 MP one.
Lastly, the Honor Note 10 is listed with a 4900 mAh battery. Earlier rumors had it penned down as featuring a monster 6000 mAh unit but that will remain but a wish. While 4900 mAh isn’t too small, it’s also a tad disappointing, especially since we just saw the similarly sized Mi Max 3 launch with a 5400 mAh battery.
The Honor Note 10 is expected to be launched for the Chinese market on July 31 and for the global market on August 30.