Huawei sub-brand Honor today announced it will unveil a new smartphone on May 20, dubbed Honor X10.
Honor took to Weibo to make this announcement, where it also shared a poster which confirms the X10 will support 5G networks.
The company didn't share any other details about the X10, but thanks to TENAA, we know the smartphone will be powered by the Kirin 820 SoC and pack a 6.63" LCD of FullHD+ resolution.
The Honor X10 will sport a 40MP Sony IMX600y main camera on the back which will be joined by an 8MP ultrawide and 2MP macro or depth modules. For selfies and video calls, you'll get a 16MP camera.
The X10 will feature a side-mounted fingerprint scanner and pack a 4,200 mAh battery that will draw power through a USB-C port at up to 22.5W.
More details about the Honor X10 should surface in the days leading to the official announcement.
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X10 will be priced in the range of 1600-2000 CNY($230-$285). If 4GB/64GB configuration is available, X10 can be priced at 1500 CNY($214). By the end of 2020, lower-priced models will move the price down to 1000 CNY ($140). The Honor executives are c...
X10 (with Kirin820, IMX600(RYYB), pop-up selfie) is in a way superior to Honor 30S (with Kirin820 and 64MP, 1/1.7" large sensor), and X10 will be priced much lower. Considering that Honor 30S is selling so well at this moment, X10 is surely another ...