As per new rumors, the Honor X10 will hit the markets in four variants. The smartphone is expected to be presented at a release event where the company could also announce the main features. But, until then, we can rely on the newest leaks that already created quite a buzz online. So, ahead of its release, let’s delve into some of the best details about Honor X10! Here is what you need to know.
Honor X10’s Leaked Specs and Features
Honor X10 is said to arrive on four variants based on memory configuration. The leak indicates that the device will flaunt a 6.63-inch display and a slimmer profile of only 8.8mm thickness. The smartphone appears to have reached its way to TENAA (the Chinese certification site), and is believed to have appeared on China’s MIIT certification website, as well.
Under the hood, the device might house the Kirin 820 SoC and a 4,200mAh battery. It could also arrive with a 22.5W fast-charging support and a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. Honor X10 is likely to run on Android 10 OS, topped with the company’s custom skin.
As for the camera features, it could sport at least a triple camera setup on the rear panel. The smartphone could measure 163.7×76.5×8.8mm. Other reports indicate that the device will surely arrive with high-end features and an enhanced mobile experience.
Some people have been confused about the smartphone’s name because it resembles the next-gen Redmi 10X. So Honor decided to name it Honor x10. However, such a thing should not matter as much as the fact that both devices might enter a fierce competition soon.
Honor X10’s Rumored Price Tag
Recent leak unveils that Honor X10 will hit the market with a price tag of 2,299 Yuan for the 4GB RAM and 128GB storage variant. The 6GB RAM and 128GB storage options will be 2,599 Yuan, while the highest version will have a price tag of 2,899 Yuan.
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