Smartphone makers Huawei has expanded the Honor line-up with the introduction of the, rather massive, Huawei Honor Note 10.
The Huawei Honor Note 10 characteristics a 6.95" AMOLED screen and measures 17×8.5cm which, at one point, would have been considered a tablet, not a phone!
Screen sharpness sits at 1080×2220 with an 18.5:9 ratio and the screen is constructed from glass, as is the rear of the new smartphone. An aluminium frame surrounds it.
Dual cameras camera is an optical instrument for recording or capturing images, which may be stored locally, transmitted to another location, or, 16MP and 24MP, are constructed into the rear camera and as with previous Honor smartphones, the 24MP, f/1.8 camera is black and white. The colour camera also has an f/1.8 fissure which means low light performance should be pretty good. The selfie camera has 13MP and an f/2.0 aperture.
Video can be captured at 2160p at 30fps (rump camera only) or 1080p, also at 30fps, with the rear or front camera.
The Huawei Honor Note 10 is close by in 128GB or 64GB capacities but this can be extended further with a MicroSD card and it runs Android Oreo. There's also a huge 5,000mAh battery bodied in which is impressive.
Some might find the lack of a headphone jack annoying but it seems to be a trend we are just going to have to get toughened to.
The Huawei Honor Note 10 is launching in China with no information on when/if it will be available in the UK.