The Honor X10 is set to launch on May 20th in China so less than a week is now left for the unveiling. Honor itself has revealed a lot about the phone already, from the design to a couple of specs. Today, however, Ishan Agarwal shared the press renders of the phone in four colors along with the full specifications on Twitter.
It is expected that this is a successor to the Honor 9X and if that’s true, then it is a massive upgrade in almost every department, whether it is the cameras, the display, the SOC or the design.
The phone comes with a design similar to the recently launched Honor 30 series, at least from the rear. So, there is a rectangular camera module that houses triple cameras in it & the LED flash. The text on the camera module says “Super Night Vision” which suggests an impressive Night Mode on this device. There are four color options. The fingerprint scanner is there on the right side.
Coming to the specs, Ishan revealed that the Honor X10 comes with a 6.63-inch LCD panel with Full-HD+ resolution & 90Hz refresh rate. We already know that there is 180Hz touch-response-rate as well. Under the hood, there is the Kirin 820 5G SOC & 6GB RAM paired with 64/128GB storage. The phone is also IP5X dust and water-resistant.
The triple camera setup on the rear includes a primary 40 Megapixel camera & it is a Supersensing camera with RYYB sensor. As per previous information, it is the Sony IMX600y sensor. There is a secondary 8 Megapixel camera with f/2.4 aperture, which is an ultrawide camera. Finally, the phone has a third 2 Megapixel macro camera. There is a 16 Megapixel selfie camera.
Finally, the X10 comes with a 4,300mAh battery & 22.5W Fast Wired Charging via USB Type-C port. The image above also confirms the existence of a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top. Magic UI 3.1.1 runs out of the box & there is no support for GMS or Google Mobile Services.