What will embellish the new N10 model is the fast Otca-core MediaTek MT6763 2.3 GHz workstation processor and 6.2″ screen from edge to tooth.
Noa will be presenting his new Noah N10 Smartphone with 6.2″ FHD+ 18: 9 aspect ratio screen from “edge to tooth” and implemented with new technologies at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. This is actually the first device with the “edge to tooth” screen after it is featured on the smartphone iPhone X. What will embellish the new N10 model is the fast 8-core MediaTek MT6763 2.3 GHz workstation processor and 6.2″ screen from edge to tooth. The INCELL screen resolution in FHD + technology is 2160 x 1080 pixels with a 18: 9 aspect ratio. The Noa N10 will have 4GB of RAM and 64GB of data storage that you can extend up to 128GB with an additional memory card. As we know, Noah creates trends in the B segment, so now the Noa N10 delivers a 2 x 16MP rear Sony camera with the latest IMX499 sensor, which guarantees the highest level of photo quality. The dual rear camera, with the help of the latest Sony sensor and oversampling technology, allows the user to create photos up to 80 MP. The front selfie 16 MP camera will support ” Face ID ” and ” Face Beauty ” functionality.
No less important thing is the ceramic casing, which will offer users a sense of prestige and elegance. It will have a 3600 mAh battery and N10 will use the latest Android 8.0 as an operating system. The device will support dual SIM and will use a nano SIM card that you can combine with a memory card, either two SIM cards or a SIM + memory card. This smart phone will also offer its customers DTS sound technology. DTS Sound is a comprehensive audio solution that offers enhanced stereo sound, optimized for internal speaker devices and panoramic experience over the headset. The Noa N10 smartphone should be placed in a price range of up to 300 EUR. Noa has won the prestigious EISA Best Buy smartphone for its current “flagship” model last year, so it is expected that they will also be making a “flagship” device this year to compete for one of the EISA awards.