The Honor V10 is rumored to arrive as a cheaper edition of the Mate 10 flagship phone. Previous reports have suggested that it would be debuting in London on Dec. 5. Fresh information suggests that the Honor V10 will be first unveiled in China on Nov. 28.
Recent reports have revealed that the Honor V10 would be coming with a 6-inch that will carry support for 18:9 aspect ratio. The smartphones is speculated to be driven by Kirin 970 chipset and it may arrive in 6 GB and 8 GB RAM versions.
Since it is driven by Kirin 970 chipset, it is expected to arrive with AI capabilities as the SoC is coupled with a dedicated neural processing unit. The RAM variants are speculated to respectively feature 64 GB and 128 GB storage options.
The back panel will be housing a 16-megapixel + 20-megapixel dual camera system. As of this writing, there is no information available on the specifications of the phone. It is rumored to arrive preinstalled with Android Oreo OS that will be flavored with EMUI 8.0. As far as pricing is concerned, it is likely to cost around 3,000 Yuan in China.
The Honor V10 has already received 3C certification in China which suggests that its arrival in China is drawing near.