Come May 20; Honor will unveil the Honor X10 smartphone. The smartphone manufacturer is yet to give an official confirmation, but rumor has it that the company will be unveiling the Honor X10 Pro alongside the vanilla model.
The Honor X10 will be the successor of the Honor X9 Pro that was launched in 2019. A recent listing from TENAA revealed that the Honor X10 5G will sport a larger notch-less display compared to that on the X9 Pro. The company made it known today that the next-gen smartphone will support a higher refresh and touch sampling rate.
A higher refresh rate means you get a better viewing experience while scrolling through pages and during transitions than the traditional 60Hz display on most devices. Higher touch sampling rate promises swift registration of touch on the screen.
Since the appearance of the Honor X10 on TENAA last month, the specifications of the phone have been revealed. The device is going to launch as a 5G ready smartphone from the company.
According to the leaks, the X10 will sport a 6.63-inch notch-less display supporting Full HD+ resolution. The device will run on the Kirin 820 5G chipset. As for the RAM and storage, we are not entirely certain of the specifics but the phone may come with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of in-built storage.
The phone will ship with the EMUI based Android 10 OS. On the front side, the phone will likely feature a 16MP pop-up selfie snapper. A 40MP, 8MP and a 2MP triple camera set-up will grace the back of the phone.
The Honor X10 is expected to be powered by a 4,200mAh battery with support for 22.5W fast charging.