It appears that Honor has already sent invites to the media for a major launch event where the handset maker is expected to unveil its new flagship, the Honor 10. The invitations suggest the event is scheduled for April 19, but we won’t know for sure until Honor makes it official.
In any case, details about Honor’s new top-tier phone appeared online a few times in the past but did not have the chance to get a closer look at the Honor 10 until now. An image that shows the back of the flagship has just leaked from China.
As expected, the phone will feature dual rear cameras, but it won’t come with a fingerprint sensor on the back side. Instead, the fingerprint sensor will be positioned under the physical home button at the base of the display.
Although we don’t have a picture showing the front side of the phone, images of a prototype Honor 10 unit confirms the flagship will include the notch.
Other than that, the high-end device is supposed to include Huawei’s Kirin 970 chipset, a large 5.8-inch display, and 6GB RAM. I guess we’ll learn more on April 19 when Honor 10 is supposed to be officially unveiled in China.