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Honor Note 10: 5,000mAh Battery has been Officially Confirmed

Honor Note 10: 5,000mAh Battery has been Officially Confirmed

Honor prepares the Note 10 for launch next Tuesday. Some of the specifications, such as an AMOLED display and a Kirin 970 chipset, have already been leaked, but the list has been unveiled by the Chinese regulator TENAA.


The new phablet will have a back camera configuration of 16 MP + 24 MP, which is probably the same as the younger brother’s Honor 10, with the secondary sensor being monochrome.

The screen will display as 6.95 “with a Full HD + resolution (2220 x 1080 pixels). While the RAM will be 6 GB or 8 GB, the storage options are 64 GB, 128 GB or 256 GB. If that’s not enough, the phone will also have a microSD slot up to 256GB additionally.

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Although the main camera configuration is already familiar, and we have also revised the introduction of Honor 10, the selfie camera has 13MP sensor. It’s probably full of many AI features, including a machine-learning mode in portrait form that makes selfie smarter over time.

Like a real phablet, the Note 10 will be 177 mm high, 85 mm wide and weigh 203 grams. It will have the latest EMUI along with Turbo GPU, based on Android Oreo.

Honor Note 10’s 5,000 mAh battery

The Honor Note 10 will be equipped with a 5,000 mAh battery as soon as it becomes official on July 31st. The news has been confirmed in advance by the official site of Honor’s Weibo page, which refers to a technology, also appears on giant phone COOL.

This might be a reference for some kind of cooling, but will it turn Honor Note 10 into a gaming machine? We’ll know it as soon as the phone is officially released.

Thanks to a detailed list of TENAA we already had a good idea of the Honor Note 10 specifications. Host a Super AMOLED 6.95 inch with 1080×2220 pixel resolution, a Kirin 970 with 6GB of RAM (possibly up to 8GB), a dual primary camera 16MP f / 1.8 + 24MP f / 1.8 and a selfie camera of 13MP.

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