Huawei has been quite busy this year, offering up release after release either through its own brand or its Honor spinoff that is focused towards a younger audience. Although the firm has teased an event for December in London, it will also be holding another launch event in Beijing on November 28.
With a week to go, a new image has popped up on Weibo that claims to show off the Honor V10. This handset will apparently be announced at the November event and looks quite stunning. Like many smartphones being released in 2017, the unit offers a sleek design thanks to its near bezel-less display.
While nothing has been confirmed, the V10 could arrive with a Kirin 970 processor, 6GB RAM, and either 64GB or 128GB of storage. As far as cameras go, it's possible it'll pack 20MP and 16MP sensors plus a 13MP front-facing camera. As for software, it could arrive with Android 8.0. Naturally, all will be revealed on the 28.