Huawei’s sub-brand Honor is outwardly engaged on a direct sequel to last year’s Huawei Honor Note 8, i.e., the Huawei Honor Max V8. The alleged Huawei Honor Note 9 or Honor V9 Max leaked in a live picture showcasing its metallic panel with a fingerprint recognition sensor and dual rear camera setup. Though the front of the system is not confirmed all through the leaked footage, sources speculate that the smartphone now will come with a big display and a formidable screen-to-body ratio, like the newest flagship smartphones by LG and Samsung.
The Huawei Honor Note 9, as confirmed throughout the leaked image above — seems to boast an exterior design that’s somewhat similar to the Huawei Honor Note 8 and probably seems significantly similar to the Apple iPhone 7 Plus. Two antenna bands journey all via the smartphones as soon as an extra panel on the original and bottom and a dual camera setup reside contained in the upper-left nook of the panel, accompanied by a LED flash in the center.
The sequel to the Honor Note 8 appears to retain the place of the rear-fitted fingerprint scanner, which can stage out the Huawei Honor Note 9 won’t carry any front-facing Home button. Not rather a lot is thought concerning the smartphone’s inside, nonetheless, sources counsel that the device will seemingly be powered by an in-house HiSilicon Kirin 960 System-on-Chip, with four ARM Cortex-A53 cores clocked at 1.84 GHz, and four high-power ARM Cortex-A73 cores clocked at 2.36GHz. The chipset moreover incorporates the Mali-G71 MP8 (Eight-core) GPU working at as a lot as 1,037MHz and helps LPDDR4 RAM with frequencies of as a lot as 1800MHz.
The Huawei Honor Note 8 featured a 2K display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, the market expects no less from the Honor Uncover 9, and updated rumors trace at a same 2K panel. Until the Honor Note 9 ends up hitting the market, additional particulars on the gadget are constructive to emerge on-line as Huawei, and its sub-brand could need to push the device by the use of the usual certification procedures with China’s TENAA and entirely different regulatory companies.