Huawei is not stranger in the smartphone market. The Chinese company has been pushing ads all over the world to gain recognition.
Recently, a new device from Huawei has emerged on Geekbench detailing its internals and its overall compute score. According to the details provided by Geekbench, the device scores about 1901 in single-core tests and 6818 in multi-core tests. The so-called “Honor Note 10” is said to carry the model number RVL-AL09.
Out of the box, the device runs on Android 8.1 Oreo and packs some decent internals for being a budget-oriented device. According to the listing, the Huawei Honor Note 10 is said to pack an Octa-core SoC, most probably manufactured in-house by Huawei, along with 6GB of RAM.
Since GeekBench listings aren’t the most trusty sources of leaks, it’s likely that this listing might not be accurate as well. So be sure to take this leak with a bit of salt. If this does turn out to be accurate, it would be likely that this device would be around the $399 price bracket given the specs and the Huawei Honor branding.