Honor V10 gets certified by China's TENAA


Just a day ahead of its official unveiling, the Honor V10 carrying model number BKL-AL20 has been certified by China's TENAA, revealing specs and design. In addition the phone was also spotted on Geekbench.

As seen in the image posted on TENAA, the Honor V10 will have a near bezel-less design and a large display with 18:9 aspect ratio. Interestingly, even with the bezels trimmed down, Honor has managed to squeeze in a fingerprint scanner/home button below the screen. To remind you, the recently TENAA certified Nova 3 also had a similar front panel design. At the back it has dual-cameras, metal build and  antenna lines running on the top and bottom.

As for the specs, the TENAA/Geekbench listing combined reveals that Honor V10 will be powered by octa-core Krin 970 processor, pack 6GB RAM and run Android Oreo based EMUI 8.0 out-of-the box.

The TENAA listing reveals the rest of the specs sheet. The Honor V10 will ship with 5.99-inch Full HD+ FullView display, 20MP+16MP dual-cameras, 13MP selfie camera and 3650mAh battery. It is said to come with 64GB or 128GB storage options and supports dual-SIMs (hybrid slot), 4G VoLTE, WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2 and USB Type-C. The color options are Black, Blue, Red and Gold.

Since TENAA has been reliable source for leaks, the specs listed is likely to be final. The remaining details like availability and pricing will be revealed tomorrow, November 28, at the Honor V10 event in China. The phone is also expected to launch globally on December 5. 

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