The Honor X10 seemingly came out nowhere on the rumor mill, and a visit to TENAA means we get a better look at the device. It also confirms that there is such a unit coming and we are not just hoping on a myth.
That said, the TENAA and MIT listing show us that this is a 6.63-inch device with LCD screen material and a Kirin 820 chipset under the hood. This chipset supports 5G, so we should be looking forward to having that on the device too.
We know that the phone will have four cameras on the back, but the listing does not tell us what they will be rated at. What we do know, though, is that the device will have a massive 4200mAh battery with support for 22.5W fast charging on board.
This is the phone that is supposed to take the mantle from the current Honor 9X. With these specs, we believe that it will do that just fine.
There is no official pricing for the unit yet, but it should follow the same pricing model that the Honor X series has kept to for a long time.