Honor 10 set for May 15 launch
Huawei and its sub-brand, Honor, have been on a roll of recent. The company released the Honor View 10 a while back and followed it up with the flagship P20 and P20 Pro devices, both of which have been hailed for their game-changing cameras. The company could be set to release yet another flagship, with invites being sent out for a May 15 event.
The device in question is likely the Honor 10. The invite doesn't specify but there are a few clues pointing towards that device. For one, the Honor 9 was released in June last year, so the timeline fits for its successor. There's also the fact that the invite makes mention of "AI", which has become something of a selling point for Huawei devices with the Kirin 970.
The event will take place in London, which was also the launch location for the View 10's global launch back in December.
Not much is known about the Honor 10 but we can expect it to sport a 5.7-inch bezel-less 18:9 display, much like what we've seen on the P20. There's also a chance it features a notch, but that is mostly speculation. The Honor flagships are known for offering high value for money, and we wouldn't be surprised to see the Honor 10 priced in the US$450 price bracket, making it a major rival to the upcoming OnePlus 6.
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