Honor Note 10 Boasts Kirin 970, 6GB RAM On Latest Geekbench Sighting
HUAWEI has been teasing the Honor Note 10 rather empty-handed lately. But with the company's latest announcement that it will be released soon, the highly-anticipated device's major specifications have finally surfaced, much to the delight of its fans.
Benchmarked as the HUAWEI RVL-AL09, the Honor Note 10 is revealed to be powered by a 1.84GHz octa-core processor, coupled with a 6GB worth of RAM. And as its processor is listed with eight cores with the disclosed base clock, it is expected that the device will be sporting HiSilicon Kirin 970.
The Honor Note 10 scored an impressive 1901 and 6818 points for its single-core and multi-core tests respectively. Meanwhile, the benchmark's system information also outs that the device will be running the latest Android 8.1 Oreo.
The Honor Note 10's other specs are still elusive at the time of this writing although few of which have managed to come out via the device's leaked images. The latest one was spotted on a shipping carton which indicates that the phablet will come with a colossal 6.9-inch screen and that it may sport a Super AMOLED display.
The upcoming Honor Note 10 is also rumored to come with Samsung-supplied panels. Other possible inclusions are a 19:9 2K display, a beefed up 6,000mAh battery, 16-megapixel dual rear cameras, and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
There is no word yet as to when the Honor Note 10 will be released exactly. Although, it's already been revealed that it will be unveiled in Beijing, China soon.
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