The company has already promised the availability of this feature during the launch announcement, now they are fulfilling the promise.
Huawei has definitely taken its time in revealing the Honor Note 10, successor to the Honor Note 8, which came out two years ago. This phone is expected to bring many features based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) with it. Along with the device, Honor also showcased a dock that allows the Note 10 to transform any HDTV into a smart display, similar to the Samsung DeX.
To help tame the heat produce from the GPU turbo, the phone includes a "PC level liquid cooling system" called "THE NINE", the tech involves using a liquid cooling tube similar to the MacBook Air and can enhance heat dissipation capacity by 41% and reduce the maximum CPU temperature by up to 10 degrees Celsius. The camera also comes with PDAF and supports features such as HDR, time-lapse, and burst mode.
The smartphone will offer a dual camera setup on the rear that will consist of 24MP and 16MP sensors. Unlike the Note 10, this smartphone has a notch-display.
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The company also mentions in the post that this is an isolated incident and that the driver is no longer part of the company. The driver was caught on the dashcam of a vehicle in front as they veered across the roads to drive through the puddles .
The Honor Note 10 ships with Android 8.1 Oreo, though on top of it, you will find Huawei's Emotion UI (EMUI) skin, in this case, we're looking at variants 8.2, which is the latest Huawei introduced to date.
But the phone's biggest selling point (quite literally) is the 6.95-inch display (full HD+ AMOLED, 18.5:9), which is drifting incredibly close to full-blown tablet territory. The smartphone is powered by the HiSilicon Kirin 659 Octa-core chipset with 3/4 GB RAM and 32/64/128 GB onboard storage. Chances are that there will be 6 gigs of memory on-board along with 128 gigs of storage to play around with. The phone's display sports curved corners, while all the physical keys can be found on the Honor Note 10's right-hand side. There is a 5000 mAh battery that would be pretty good to withstand its power and GPU Turbo graphics.
For a device that carries such impressive features and hardware specifications, it is modestly priced at $410 for the 6GB RAM and 64GB storage model. For selfies, there is a single 13MP camera on the front with f/2.0 aperture. The phone features a glass design and it is available in Lavender Purple, Robin Egg Blue, Sapphire Blue and Midnight Black colour options. After months of anticipations, Honor has finally launched the Honor Note 10 in China today for a starting price of 2799 yuan, which roughly translates to Rs 28,000 approx.