Honor is announcing the Note 10 next week, but the phone was prematurely listed on JD.com, revealing its front side. As earlier images suggested, it will have thin top and bottom bezels, practically no side bezels and a tall screen with no notch.
The Honor Note 10 specs were already outed by TENAA, but the Chinese regulatory is yet to issue photos of the device. The massive screen will have an AMOLED panel measuring 6.95 in diagonal. The chipset was confirmed to be Kirin 970 and the camera setup will be 16 MP + 24 MP, the secondary most likely with a monochrome sensor.
The Honor Note 10 will have 6/8 GB RAM and 64/128/256 GB along with a microSD slot. Unsurprisingly, it will run EMUI 8.1, based on Android Oreo 8.1. The battery was listed by TENAA as 4,900 mAh, which will be the biggest power cell Huawei has ever put in a smartphone.
The phone is listed in JD.com for CNY9,998 but we know this is a placeholder since no way the device will cost nearly $1500. The actual price will be unveiled on July 31 for the Chinese market and on August 30 at IFA for the rest of the world.