Huawei once stated that it’s primary goal is to become the world’s “biggest smartphone manufacturer”. This means that Huawei plans to surpass Samsung and Apple which is no easy task. Although, Huawei is actually getting closer to reaching its goal since the Chinese tech giant keeps launching high-end smartphones which end up becoming best sellers and the same can be expected from the company’s upcoming Honor Note 10.
Huawei Honor Note 10
As previously mentioned, Huawei wants to become the number one smartphone company in the world and this means dethroning Samsung and what better way to do that than with a Note device? Samsung is renowned for its flagship Galaxy Note smartphones, but Huawei wants to “steal” some of Samsung’s customers by launching its own line of Honor Note smartphones.
Huawei has teased Honor Note 10 for a long while now, but it never wanted to reveal any official information about the device’s specs. Fortunately for us, Honor Note 10 has been spotted in a GeekBench listing and we can check out some of its most notable specs.
Kirin 970 CPU and 6GB RAM
The GeekBench listing reveals that Huawei’s own-made Kirin 970 processor will power Honor Note 10. This CPU features eight cores and it has a base clock speed of 1.8GHz. To make things even better, the CPU is paired with 6GB of RAM which helps take its performance to the next level.
All devices that are listed on GeekBench go through CPU tests and Honor Note 10 passed them all with flying colors. The smartphone scored 6818 points in the multi-core test and 1901 points in the single-core one.
We should also mention that the listing confirmed that Honor Note 10 will run on Google’s latest Android 8.1 Oreo operating system which is great news for Huawei fans.