The Honor 10 flagship phone is launching tomorrow. The leaked press renders revealed by popular tipster Roland Quandt of the phone have confirmed that the handset will be sporting a notched design like the Huawei P20. Moreover, the handset will be borrowing plenty of features from the P20 flagship.
The TENAA listing of the Honor 10 has confirmed that it will be featuring a 5.84-inch IPS LCD display. The handset will be sporting glass and metal combination chassis. A fingerprint scanner enabled home button present will be present on its bottom bezel. Fresh information coming from China reveals that handset will be featuring LCD screen from BOE, China’s largest LCD panel maker. The bottom bezel does not feature a hole to house the fingerprint scanner. Instead, it will be a virtual button and it will be laid on the bottom bezel.
As far as the pricing of the phone is concerned, the Honor 10’s three variants such as 4 GB RAM + 64 GB storage, 6 GB RAM + 64 GB storage and 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage are speculated to be respectively priced at 2,699 Yuan (`$429), 2,999 Yuan (~$477) and 3,599 Yuan (~$573). The official sales of the Honor 10 are expected to begin at 10:08 AM (local time) in China on April 27. It will be available in colors like Black, Teal and Bluish-Pink.