The praised Honor 10X lineup is getting ready to welcome a new variant soon, the Honor 10X Lite. The rumor mill has created quite the buzz online. So far, most of the upcoming smartphone’s specs have been unveiled.
The launch details are still unknown, but we know what to expect, thanks to a fresh report. Also, the Honor 10X Lite is said to pack a powerful processor and other sleek camera features. Here is what you need to know.
Honor 10X Lite Specs and Features Unveiled
The Honor 10X Lite’s design and features have been unveiled by the website WinFuture.de. There are also some leaked images that hint at a new punch-hole style upfront, a sleek gradient rear surface, and a mighty quad-camera setup.
Other design features include some changes for the power and volume keys. The power key, for instance, double up to house a fingerprint scanner. Another report suggests the handset will arrive in green and black shades.
Hardware and software details
Under the hood, the Honor 10X Lite is said to pack a mighty processor, the HiSilicon Kirin 710A SoC paired with 4GB RAM and 128GB onboard storage.
We still don’t know if the upcoming smartphone will arrive with other configurations. However, we should expect it to be shipped with Android 10 OS out-of-the-box.
The Honor 10X Lite is rumored to flaunt a 6.67-inch panel with 1080×2400 pixels and an FHD+ resolution. Upfront, the smartphone will feature a punch-hole with a sleek camera cutout at the center-top of the display.
Coming to photography capabilities, the Honor 10X Lite is said to house a quad-camera setup including a 48MP main sensor, an 8MP wide-angle shooter, and a pair of 2MP sensors for macro shots and depth mapping.
Upfront, a camera of 8MP with an f/2.2 aperture will capture the best selfies.
The Honor 10X Lite might get its fuel from a 5,000mAh battery with 22.5W fast charging support.
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