Huawei is about to lead the race of most powerful battery backup by unveiling the largest ever Honor-branded phablet, dubbed as Honor Note 10 on July 31st that is equipped with a gigantic 5,000 mAh battery unit. This has been teased through an official poster rolled out by Honor with that big battery.


Honor Note 10 – Features

Although, the fresh poster confirms the exact capacity of the power backup source but does not reveal any information on other specs. However, the TENNA listing of the upcoming phablet has earlier revealed that it is equipped with a 6.9-inch Super AMOLED display that supports Full HD+ resolution of 2280 x 1080 pixels. Honor, the sub-brand of Huawei has used its native A12K technology to transform the 1080p display of Honor Note 10 into a 2K resolution through Artificial Intelligence.

Moreover, the Honor Note 10 is meant to compete the Galaxy Note 9 that is due to be unveiled on August 9th, in terms of largest native storage of 512GB coupled with 8GB RAM; though beating in the heavy-duty power source. The Note 10 is confirmed to be fuelled by Kirin 970 SoC with 6GB and 8GB RAM and three storage options of 64 GB, 128 GB and 512 GB.

The Honor Note 10 will run Android 8.1 Oreo with EMUI on top. The photography department of the upcoming device features a dual camera setup on the rear comprising of 16MP + 24MP lens while the front-mounted 16MP lens is meant for selfie shots and video calling.

The Gaming Console?

It is also anticipated that the Honor Note 10 is likely to support 4D gaming experience, just like the Honor Play. The GPU Turbo technology that can accelerate the GPU of Kirin 970 by 60 percent will ensure that and offer optimum FPS on the Note 10.

It is also speculated that the smartphone may feature an advanced heat dissipation feature for effectively cooling down the internal temperature. These features suggest that the Honor Note 10 could be designed to deliver immersive gaming experience.

Stay tuned for more updates including pricing and availability…