Honor's X10 series was mentioned for the first time only yesterday and today we get a very detailed look at its first member - the Honor X10.
Courtesy of certification listings on China's MIIT and TENAA we have a good outline of the Honor X10's specs and even images of the phone from most angles.
The Honor X10 is powered by the Kirin 820 5G chipset, has a 6.63-inch IPS LCD of 2400x1080px resolution. There's a quad camera on the rear - the specs of the sensors are not revealed though. The phone measures 163.7x76.5x8.8mm and is equipped with a 4,200mAh battery with 22.5W wired charging support.
Like its chipset suggests the Honor X10 will indeed come with 5G capabilities.
The Honor X10 will be the successor to the Honor 9X and is expected to cost around the same CNY 1,000 (~€130, INR 10,700). Honor allegedly decided against calling the device the 10X so as to avoid confusion with the upcoming Redmi 10X.
Because S20 Ultra is not the first one to come up with rectangular camera setup?
This is a TENAA and MIIT listing, so by default, any of the phone screens listed there would be black. If the promo image's phone has a dark background or someplace cut off(reno3 pro 5G), that's a different story.