The news was confirmed through Honor's official Weibo page in a teaser that also references some COOL tech that will be featured in the behemoth phone.
This could be a reference for some sort of cooling but will that make the Honor Note 10 a gaming device? We'll find out soon once the phone officially launches, or when another teaser rolls aound to fill us in.
We already had a good idea of the Honor Note 10's specs thanks to a detailed TENAA listing. It will house a 6.95-inch Super AMOLED of 1080x2220px resolution, a Kirin 970 with 6GB of RAM (possibly up to 8GB), a dual 16MP f/1.8 + 24MP f/1.8 main camera and a single 13MP selfie one.