Network sources report that the Honor brand, owned by the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, is about to announce a new Note family smartphone.
It is noted that the device will replace the Honor Note 10 model, which debuted more than a year ago – in July 2018. The device is equipped with a proprietary Kirin processor, a large 6.95-inch FHD screen, and a dual rear camera with 16 million and 24 million pixels.
The new Honor Note smartphone is credited with the presence of a 7-nanometer Kirin 810 chip. It combines two ARM Cortex-A76 cores with a clock frequency of up to 2.27 GHz and six ARM Cortex-A55 cores with a clock frequency of up to 1.88 GHz. The product includes a neuroprocessor unit and an graphics accelerator ARM Mali-G52 MP6 GPU.
In the back of the novice’s case there will be a multi-module camera, the main component of which will be a 64-megapixel sensor. Probably, the Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor will be used.
Finally, it talks about using a battery that supports fast 20-watt recharging.
The announcement of the new Honor Note smartphone is expected in late October. No price information yet.