The Honor V10 Comes with a Bezel-Less Screen and a Knock-Off of Animoji


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Huawei’s sub-brand, Honor, has announced its latest flagship smartphone, the V10. It’s the latest smartphone in 2017 to come with little-to-no bezels and has an 18:9 screen to accompany. Its resolution sits a 2160×1080 which is slightly greater than standard 1080p and is the same resolution as what’s found on the OnePlus 5T.

Other than the screen, there isn’t a whole lot to note. You’re getting a Kirin 970 processor, 4 or 6GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and dual rear cameras that do the whole monochrome photography thing. There is a pretty massive 3750mAh battery in it, however, and it comes powered by Android Oreo with EMUI on top. There’s also a headphone jack. Take that every other flagship from 2017.


One feature I’d really like to point out is Honor’s knock-off of Animoji, the facial tracking feature found on Apple’s iPhone X. Honor says their version of it is better and can even track your tongue, but only real-world use will determine this. Either way, I can’t wait to see what other Chinese companies do to compete with Apple’s feature.

The Honor V10 goes on sale next month in China in┬áBlack, Gold, Aurora Blue, and Red. It’ll start at 2699 yuan, or around $400.

VIA: 9to5Google, Android Central


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