"Honor 10 Certified In China With 6GB Of RAM, 5.84" Display

James Marshall
April 16, 2018

The Honor 10 has received certification from TENAA which means that the company has got green light to sell the smartphone in China. Ahead of the launch, four carrier variants of the upcoming device have popped up on China's TENAA certification site which appear to reveal some of the specs we'll be seeing in just under a month's time.

Huawei sub-brand Honor has already been reported to have sent out invites for a launch event scheduled on April 19, which is when Honor 10 may be unveiled. There is a difference in the camera though.

There are two variants of the model COL-AL10, one a RAM of 4 GB with internal storage of 64 GB and another having a RAM of 6 GB with internal storage of 128 GB. Now, according to the listings, we also know that the phone's exact dimensions are 149.6 x 71.2 x 7.7mm and that it will weigh in at 153g. The phone will arrive in both 4GB and 6GB RAM variants, and those two variants will include 64GB and 128GB of internal storage, respectively.

The listing reveals that the smartphone will be available in 4GB/6GB RAM and 64GB/128GB storage options. Until then, you can use the handsets' baked-in fingerprint sensor. Last but not least, the Honor 7A and 7C both run Android 8.0 Oreo out the box with EMUI 8.0 on top. The Honor 10 features a dual-rear camera with a combination of 24-megapixel primary sensor and 16-megapixel secondary sensor.

The Honor 10 comes with two rear cameras and AI features. It sports a 13MP + 2MP dual rear cameras and an 8MP single front camera for selfies.

According to latest information on the web, the Honor 10 will come with a mode for semantic images segmentation, offering detection of multiple scenes in a single picture or photo, due to the Kirin 970 AI abilities.

Elsewhere, the 7C is powered by Qualcomm's octa-core Snapdragon 450 processor, paired with 3GB of RAM and a 3,000mAh battery.

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