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[Update] Honor X10 Max and Honor 30 Youth Edition to Debut in Early July

Update: The leakster has claimed that the Honor X10 Max may debut on July 4 or July 5. He revealed that the X10 Max is codenamed as ‘King Kong’ while the Honor 30 Youth Edition has ‘Maxwell‘ codename. He had previously stated that the phone has a 48-megapixel triple camera system.

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Recent reports have revealed that Honor is planning to introduce more handset in the Honor X10 series. The company is expected to introduce Honor X10 Pro and Honor X10 Max. The Chinese manufacturer is also rumored to be working on the arrival of the Honor 30 Youth Edition. A Weibo account known for Huawei and Honor leaks has shared the arrival information of these smartphones.

The leak states that the Honor will be announcing the Honor 10X Max and Honor 30 Youth Edition at the beginning of July. As far as the Honor X10 Pro launch date is concerned, the tipster claims that it has not been finalized yet.

The Honor X10 Max is expected to arrive as a spiritual successor for the older Honor 8X Max phone. The leakster had recently revealed that the Honor X10 Max will be arriving with a gargantuan display of 7.09 inches.

As far as the X10 Pro is concerned, the X10 is expected to feature a 6.59-inch notch-less display and a pop-up selfie camera like the vanilla Honor X10. It is unclear whether the Honor X10 Max will also sport the same display design.

Rumors have it the Honor X10 Pro could be powered by the Kirin 820. The Honor 10X Max is likely to arrive with Dimensity 800 SoC.  There is no word on the specifications of the smartphone. While the X10 Pro and X10 Max are rumored to come with 5G capabilities, it is unclear whether the Honor 30 Youth Edition (Lite) will be a 4G or 5G device.

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