Huawei has announced a major event in London on May 15, with many observers strongly predicting that the new flagship of Huawei’s second-brand Honor, the Honor 10, will be featured there.
Now it is confirmed that is not to be. That’s because a new press invite has been seen today that clears the Honor 10 launch date. The handset will launch shortly on April 19. Apparently, the launch will coincide with the Moto launch which is also on April 19th.
Thanks to a leaked on the Chinese tech site Weibo promotion poster can already be made today first statements about the device.
The first detail that stands out on the poster is the multi-colored back of the device – which is very reminiscent of the backs of the models P20 and P20 Pro of parent company Huawei.
Also to camera and fingerprint sensor can be identified on the basis of the poster first details – which are due to the blur of the image, however, at this time with even greater caution.
It can be seen from the photo that the Honor 10 is likely to have a dual camera on the back of the device. Furthermore, it can be assumed that any fingerprint sensor will be found on the front of the device – at least one sensor on the back of the device can not be detected on the back
Also appearing on Weibo are the expected technical details of the Honor 10 due for May 15th. The accepted specs in detail:
- Kirin 970 Soc processor
- 6 GB of RAM and 256 GB of memory
- Operating system Android 8.1 Oreo with EMUI 8.1
- 5.8-inch FullView display