Honor V10 leaks in render again; full-screen design sans home button

    The Honor V10 is likely to get launched on December 5.

    By Chandrika
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    Earlier this month, Honor had sent out media invites for a launch event slated for December 5. While the name of the product that will be launched is not known, some are speculating it to be the Honor V10.

    Honor V10 leaks in render again; full-screen design sans home button

     

    The Honor V10 has appeared in leaks a couple of times before. Last month, we came across the front panel of the smartphone. Yet again, a Weibo user has posted a render said to be of the V10. The latest picture shows the front side of the smartphone revealing a full-screen design. However, contrary to the previous leak, the device shown in the picture doesn't feature a physical home button.

    This is why we are quite skeptical about the authenticity of this new leak. In any case, the alleged Honor V10 seems to have a bezel-less display with an aspect ratio of 18:9. To remind you, even the press invite for the December 5 launch event contains the outline of smartphone that has a full-screen design and non-existent bezels.

    The lack of a physical home button also suggests the device could feature a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.

    Other than that, Honor President George Zhao had said during an announcement that an upcoming flagship smartphone would feature AI (artificial intelligence). Well, the smartphone is none other than V10, which is expected to be powered by Huawei's own Kirin 970 processor.

    Going by the company's past patterns, the Honor V10 would first launch in China before making its way to other markets. However, it is likely to have a different moniker in international markets outside the country.

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