Honor Play Gaming Smartphone Launched

Honor Play Gaming Smartphone Launched

Honor Play Gaming Smartphone Launched

Coming to the cameras, the device sports 16MP + 24MP dual cameras on the rear with f/1.8 aperture, auto scene detection, and AIS support. This handset is a successor to the Honor Note 8 which was introduced back in August 2016, though some of you may see it as a successor to the Honor View 10 which was announced previous year, even though that's probably not the best comparison. The Note 10 is set to be the premium flagship of the brand, going head to head with Huawei's own high-end devices such as the P20 and P20 Pro. Along with this, the company also said that the device will feature the Cool technology which is expected to prevent the battery from heating up and manage the battery backup as well. The smartphone rocks HiSilicon 64-bit octa-core Kirin 970 chipset paired with Honor's GPU Turbo and CPU Turbo technology, and liquid cooling feature. All of the previously mentioned models will have a microSD slot to expand its storage capabilities.

After featuring in a barrage of leaks and rumours, Honor's Note 10 smartphone was officially launched in its home market today. Furthermore, the chipset uses a liquid cooling solution, which the company calls it "The Nine" to ensure the device doesn't overheat and offers 8-layer heat dissipation, with a promise of up to 10 degrees reduction in CPU temperature.

However, it remains to be seen if the Honor Note 10 will be released outside of China. Connectivity options include 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, NFC, and USB Type-C port.

The Honor Note 10 will be available in two colour options- Midnight Black and Phantom Blue.

The Honor Note 10 comes with three cameras, two of which are included on the back of the device. Honor has added a 13MP shooter on the front side.


There is also no in-display fingerprint scanner; the Honor Note 10 features a rear-mounted fingerprint reader. The phone comes with a massive 6.95-inch display on the front.

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.

The Note 10 sports a 6.95-inch FHD+ 18.5: 9 AMOLED display with 600 nits brightness and 70,000:1 contrast ratio.

As for the pricing, the Honor Note 10 costs RMB 2,799 (~Rs 28,000) for its base 4GB RAM variant, followed by RMB 3,199 (~Rs 32,000) for the 6GB RAM version.

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