Honor announced the Honor X10 5G in China last month. The Chinese firm is now gearing up to launch another X10 series phone called the Honor X10 Max. The handset will be arriving as a spiritual successor of the Honor 8X Max that debuted back in 2018. Today, Honor released an official confirmation through its Weibo account that the Honor X10 Max will be made official on July 2. Soon after the announcement, a reliable leakster from China shared a specs sheet of the X10 Max.
The Honor X10 Max launch date confirms the July 2 unveil date and its front design. The phone can be seen sporting a waterdrop notch display. It is known that the phone is equipped with a 7.09-inch screen. There is an external speaker along with a microphone on the top side of the phone.
The leaked specs sheet of the Honor X10 Max reveals that it measures 174.46 x 84.91 x 8.3mm and it weighs 227 grams. The 7.09-inch produces a Full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels. Another tipsterLCD panel.
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The MediaTek Dimensity 800 5G SoC processor fuels the Honor X10 Max. It is housed with a 5,000mAh battery that supports 22.5W rapid charging. The RAM and storage configurations of the smartphone are not revealed in this leak.
The Android 10 OS along with Magic UI 3.1.1 runs on the Honor X10 Max. It has a front camera of 8-megapixel. The rear camera setup includes a primary shooter of 48-megapixel. For stereo output, the handset seems to be equipped with a bottom-firing speaker. The pricing of the Honor X10 Max is under wraps.
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