Honor X10 is the next smartphone that is going to be launched by the manufacturer. Its speculations and leaks are being circulated all around the web from a couple of weeks. The official handle of Honor on the Weibo platform posted a picture regarding the features of display on their upcoming smartphone.
Honor 10X will arrive with a 90Hz refresh rate along with a 180Hz touch sampling rate as per the poster design. The other leaks that posted in the last few weeks suggest that the Honor 10X comes with a 6.63-inches IPS LCD panel with a Full HD+ resolution.
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Honor X10 Specifications
The Honor X10 is said to feature the Huawei’s self-designed and manufactured – Kirin 820 processor coupled with 8GB of RAM and 128 GB or 256 GB of internal storage. The smartphone is a Dual-mode 5G enabled device with the support of 9 significant bands that provide 5G services as of now.
The camera module that is going to take part in the Honor X10 is a customized 40MP sensor from Sony with a model number as IMX600Y, the secondary camera is an 8MP ultra-wide, and the third one is a 2MP Macro lens for shooting closer pictures. The front camera is a 16MP selfie shooter for portraits and video calling.
The Honor X10 is said to boast a battery capacity of 4,200mAh that supports fast charging ability up to 22.5W rate. The design is a glass-sandwich type that we all witnessed as a trend every contemporary smartphone adopted from the past two years. The Honor X10 rumored to run Android 10 with EMUI skin on top.
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The fingerprint sensor on Honor X10 is a side-mounted scanner that integrates within the power button. There’s an elder sibling too, which slated to launch with X10, which is the X10 Pro and are going to reveal with other Honor products like Honor band and MagicBook laptop at the launch event, which is commencing on May 20 in China.
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