Huawei has been dropping some teasers for the Honor V8 lately. Apparently it’s going to be the successor to the Honor 7, and not some sort of vegetable juice or car engine. It’s scheduled to be officially announced on May 10th. Today it made a stop by China’s TENAA regulatory offices. Now we get a good first look at the hardware and some of the specs.
The V8 will come with metal unibody, the Rose Gold model is the one pictured. It indeed shows the V8 will feature the dual camera setup much like Huawei’s P9. As well as a dual tone flash, laser focus, and Huawei’s fantastic fingerprint scanner.
The Honor V8 will be a 5.7 inch phone and come in a couple variants. Featuring the model numbers KNT-AL10, KNT-TL10, and KNT-AL20. The models ending in 10 just represent different colors Rose Gold and Silver. While the model ending in 20 includes some beefed up specs. All will include the dual 12MP cameras on the rear and one front facing 8MP camera. As well as 4GB of RAM, microSD card slots, 3400mAh battery, and Android 6.0.
The AL10 and TL10 models will come with a 2.3GHz CPU, what we assume is the Kirin 950 and 32GB of storage. While the AL20 model will feature a more powerful CPU the Kirin 955 clocked at 2.5GHz. Along with 64GB of storage and a Quad HD screen. Lastly the dimensions are listed as 157.00 × 77.60 × 7.75 mm and a weight at 170 grams.
Source: Android Authority