Huawei sub-brand Honor has announced two smartphones this year, the Honor 7C and the Honor 7A. However, both these smartphones were announced in China and are already available for purchase in the country. Well now, Honor is set to announce one more smartphone next month, on May 15, and that could be the Honor 10.
Honor has sent out press invites (shown above) to the media for a launch event set on May 15 in London. The invite shows the famous London Eye inside the outline of a phone. Well, this invite neither reveals the name of the phone that’s launching on May 15 nor does it reveal any other information about this phone, except that it might come with some AI-based features.
The invite has text that says “Beauty in AI”. Well, this could be some camera feature that would let users take some great photos with the help of a Beauty Mode that would rely on AI (Artificial Intelligence, for the uninitiated).
As of now, not many details of the Honor 10 has surfaced, but the image of the smartphone in the invitation does not seem to indicate the notch feature, made popular after the iPhone X. As per a report in ITHome, the name Honor 10 was seen in a few unofficial documents, where the phone is listed as a 5.7-inch handset powered by the Kirin 970 processor. Keep an eye out for more details on this flagship smartphone from Honor.
At this moment, there isn’t much known about the Honor 10, but you can expect features like 18:9 display and dual rear cameras in tow.