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Huawei's Honor V10 Smartphone Renders Leaked Images With Android Oreo 8.0, 18:9 FullView Screen Display and AI Chip Support

Sub-brand of China's leading company, Huawei is known to sell enough in the market, the Honor has released Honor V9 in the first half of 2017. The phone is also known as Huawei Honor 8 Pro for a region outside China. And offers clear specifications.

And towards the end of 2017, a new phone is circulating again, saying that Huawei is also preparing to release Honor V10, the successor. The Mobile is rumored to be present at least on 5th December, a month before the year 2018 begins. This phone will offer some of the latest features. One of them is FullView screen support with 18: 9 ratio.
The smartphone features the fingerprint scanner which is embedded on the back of Honor V10 phones. A teaser of Huawei Honor V10 has just been circulated. A new design is featuring with a screen-filling the front of the phone, and the absence of fingerprint scanner sensor and home button on the chin of this smartphone.

This is in line with a statement from Huawei's CEO at the IFA 2017 event yesterday said that Huawei Honor's new flagship will arrive early 2018 with the support of AI-based chips.

This is obviously interesting because recently Huawei also released another sub-brand, Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, which is equipped with Kirin processor, which also has been integrated with NPU-based AI system.

So it is possible if Huawei Honor V10 will use the same processor as Mate 10 Pro. Or maybe there will be other cool processors with the support of similar features that are more superior.

The Honor V10 is expected to run on EMUI 6.0 based on Android 8.0. If the poster is confirmed to be true, the Huawei Honor V10 will be launched on December 5 in London, UK.

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