Three new Huawei devices have just now cleared the CCC certification authority of China. The certified devices carries model number BKL-AL00, NI-ALOO, and BKL-AL20. Interestingly, there’s a strong perception that the devices should be the upcoming Honor V10 and its two other variants.
Meanwhile, Huawei has teased an event scheduled for December 5 in London. It is believed to be the eve where the Honor 10 will be unveiled. However, whether it’ll be the V10 or any other Honor device is not yet written in the stone.
Coming back to the Chinese Communication Certification. Other than the model number nothing special about the devices are revealed by the commission’s database. Despite, recent leaks and rumors have much to say about the Honor V10.
The Honor V10 will possess a 5.99 inch, 18:9 FHD display. It ought to be powered by the new Kirin 970 SoC and run Android 8.0 skinned by EMUI 5.0 out-of-the-box.
The V10 might ships in two models. One with 6GB of RAM coupled with 64GB ROM and an upgraded model comprising of 6GB RAM/128GB ROM. It’s expected to flaunt a Dual 20 MP +12 MP primary shooter similar to the recently launched Mate 10. But, lacks the Leica technology and may be of different aperture.
In design aspects, the V10 looks nearly similar to the Mate 10. It’ll have the same double glass metal box design. As far as the pricing is considered, it’s expected to sell at 2799 yuan or so.