We’re in for another Honor Note 10 ride, as the smartphone has surfaced on benchmark site Geekbench.
This development comes after Huawei sub-brand Honor itself posted a teaser on Weibo confirming the device’s impending launch in Beijing. There’s no revealed date yet, but at least we know that it’s coming soon.
Benchmarked as the Huawei RVL-AL09, the Honor Note 10 is seen using an octa-core processor clocked at 1.84GHz and paired with 6GB of RAM. Its user interface is based on Android 8.1 Oreo.
While the chip is not mentioned anywhere on Geekbench, take note that the clock speed, number of cores, and single- and multi-core scores are the same as those of the processor that powers devices like the Honor 10, the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, and the Huawei P20 Pro. We’re talking about the HiSilicon Kirin 970.
Besides the information that’s on Geekbench now, little is known about the Honor Note 10. There are reports saying that it will have a 6.9-inch AMOLED screen with 2K resolution — one that’s manufactured by Samsung. Other rumored specs include a dual-rear-camera setup comprised of two 16-megapixel sensors with AI technology; two front-facing cameras; 128GB of memory; and a massive 6,000mAh battery that supports fast charging.
But if there’s one thing we at Revü are sure of, it’s this: The Note 10 will support Huawei’s GPU Turbo. The technology is said to improve graphics performance by 60 percent and power efficiency by 30 percent.
It won’t be long before the phone gets launched, so for now, let’s just ogle at it in the (alleged) leaked photo that was posted on Weibo while waiting for its unveiling.
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