Honor is rumored to bring X10 Pro and X10 Max in July and we've already learned some bits and pieces about them. However, the latest information comes from the brand CEO George Zhao, who revealed on Weibo that a large-screen product is incoming.
We are pretty sure he is speaking about bringing back the Max lineup that was a hit in China with the Honor 8X Max, but mysteriously disappeared when the Honor 9X family took over the market.Vanilla Honor X10
George Zhao explained that the Huawei brand went through many challenges with planned products, including the transition from 4G to 5G, but the commitment for a big device remains and will be on time. He rebutted claims that the 7” screen is challenging and the company might not be ready for the Dragon Boat Festival - a Chinese holiday, celebrating the summer solstice.
The Honor X10 Max is said to have a 7.09” display and should come with the Dimensity 800 chipset. Sources claim it will bring a 48MP main camera with 26mm lens and f/1.8 aperture. Price should be around CNY1,600, which is just about $225/€200, making it one of the cheaper 5G phones on the market.
What do you mean by: "lack of google services"? Does that mean there is no Play Store or you can't download the actual Play Store App?
"Max" branding for their largest screen device, I wonder where they got that from
Don't go for, because when they released both 8x Max and Y Max, they have never supported the devices. They still stuck on Android 8. Though they are powerful devices. Many problems appeared on them like battery, call failure, weak WiFi and data sign...