Leaked poster offers us a glimpse at the upcoming Honor 10

Leaked poster offers us a glimpse at the upcoming Honor 10
Honor 10 is one of the important flagships that's expected to make it official in the next few months. OnePlus, LG and HTC are likely to introduce their top-tier phones as well, so it seems like there will be some competing between these companies which wanted to avoid launching their most expensive phones around the same time as Samsung, Huawei, and Sony.

It's not the first time that we report on the upcoming Honor 10, but we haven't seen an official document mentioning the smartphone before, let along showing it. It looks like Honor is about to start promoting the flagship killer in China, as posters of the handset have been spotted in the wild.

Only the back of the Honor 10 is visible in the poster, but we do have the confirmation the smartphone will feature dual rear cameras. Also, the handset doesn't seem to include a fingerprint sensor on the back, which means it's on the front side hidden in the home button.

Just like many other flagship that have already been launched, or will be, this year, the Honor 10 is expected to feature the notch. However, the leaked poster doesn't offer us a view of the front side, so we have yet to confirm that piece of info. Hopefully, we'll learn more about the Honor 10 before the phone goes official on May 15.

source: Weibo via GizmoChina

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