Honor 10 will get a cutout in the display (render)

<pre>Honor 10 will get a cutout in the display (render)

Huawei will present Honor 10 in London on May 15. The line of smartphones Honor has always been considered interesting. Even the very first Honor was quite popular due to the cost of 14,990 rubles and a dual-core processor, which at that time was considered something extremely surprising, because only two cores were owned only by the flagships for 30 thousand rubles.

Huawei line Honor continues to delight consumers with excellent decisions on the relationship between price and quality. Honor 10 will be equipped with a 5.84-inch display with FHD + resolution, a processor for 8 Kirin 970 cores with a clock speed of 2.36 GHz, a dual main camera (24 + 16 megapixel) and a 24-megapixel front camera.

The device will also receive 4 or 6 GB of operating and 64 or 128 GB of flash memory. Honor 10 will be equipped with a 3320 mAh battery, and the device will be running from the box, running Android 8.1 Oreo with the EMUI 8 branded shell.

The web has also published a render of the device that demonstrates the front panel:

[19659003] As you can see, the device has a cutout in the display, repeating the P20 ruler. The device also received a fingerprint scanner on the front panel.

The main issue is the price. Honor 9 in Russia was estimated at 27,990 rubles. In the case of Honor 10 it is also worth counting on the same price tag. Given the growing ruble exchange rate, the price may rise to 30-35 thousand rubles.

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