Honor X10’s official image posted online ahead of May 20 launch

Honor X10 - Feature Image

Honor is all set to announce its latest premium mid-range smartphone in China in the coming week. Dubbed the Honor X10, the smartphone recently received certification from TENAA and will reportedly be showcased in the country on May 20th. Per the leaks, the device is expected to pack a 90Hz refresh rate display, 5G connectivity, and an all-new Kirin 820G processor.

Honor X10 – What to expect? – Specifications 

As per its TENAA listing, the Honor X10 carries the model number TEL-AN00 and comes with a 6.63-inch FHD+ display. The smartphone allegedly comes equipped with a 40MP triple rear cameras setup and a 16MP pop-up selfie camera too. Coming to the rest of the hardware specs, the smartphone will reportedly feature a side-mounted fingerprint scanner as well and sip juice from a 4,200mAh battery. Furthermore, the 3C certification confirmed that the handset will come with support for 22.5W fast charging. 

Official images of the aforementioned Honor phone were posted on Weibo too, wherein, we can see the device in all its glory. Per the image, the rear camera setup of the smartphone will focus on night photography and use the company’s Super Night Vision tech. 

Additionally, the image also reveals the words, “RYYB”, inscribed below the camera module, which gives insight into the type of sensor Honor will be using in the rear cameras setup for the X10. The triple rear cameras will also be aided by AI tech as mentioned in the leaked photo. As for the rest of the features of the phone, the X10 will ship with a pop-up selfie camera, a 3.5mm audio jack, and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. 

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