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Leaked Images of Huawei Honor V10 reveals a bezel-less device

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While we are now getting close to the bottom line of this year, folks have already begun to count on for the handsets which are going to be released in the first Quater of the year 2018. Now we got a leaked front panel image of one of those handsets which is none other than Huawei Honor V10.

Huawei Honor V10 is anticipated to have an early 2018 launch. A few days ago, Chinese publication called Anzhuo.cn leaked an Image of handset’s front side panel. Although it is not from an official source we get this image, this publication is renowned for leaking legitimate information regarding upcoming smartphones. At least, when it involves handsets from Chinese manufacturers. Anyway, let’s take a look at the suspected Huawei Honor V10 image.

Image courtesy: Anzhuo

After analyzing the image we believe the V10 appears to showcase a flat front line panel with very thin bezels covering it. The top bezel as you can see in the image is barely big enough to fit the selfie camera, light sensors and LED flash. Looking at the lower part of the front panel we can clearly see a rectangle shaped cutout. From this, we can confirm that the device will include a physical home button which will likely be functioning as the fingerprint scanner as well.  When it comes to the side bezels, they are nearly imperceptible.

Apart from the front side panel, a number of specifications of the V10 have already been exposed owing to the speculations. The Honor V10 is believed to include the in-house Kirin 970 processor. In case you heard about it for the first time, it will be the very first chipset to arrive pre-loaded with AI characteristics developed by Huawei itself(we have already posted a report on this news you can read it here). Due to the fact it is the successor of V9, the Huawei Honor V10 will probably be a flagship handset.

Source anzhuo.cn

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