According to recent reports, Honor will be launching a large-screen device known as the Honor X10 Max on July 2nd. This device, bearing the model number KKG-AN00, has finally appears on Geekbench today along with some juicy information.
According to the listing, the Honor X10 Max will indeed be driven by the 5G-ready MediaTek Dimensity 800 SoC – the same chipset which will be powering the upcoming Honor 30 Lite. For the single-core and multi-cores performance, the Honor X10 Max has achieved an impressive scores of 2,584 points and 8,690 points respectively.
Although the Honor X10 Max was listed with 8GB RAM in Geekbench, but we’d learned from its earlier TENAA listing that the device will be offered in 6GB RAM as well. This will be accompanied with up to 128GB onboard storage.
Other than revealing its memory specification, its TENAA listing had also confirmed that the Honor X10 Max will be featuring a huge 7.09-inches dewdrop-notch display which boast a FHD+ screen resolution.
In the imaging department, it will sport a dual-cameras setup at the back comprising of a 48 megapixels main camera and a 2 megapixels depth sensor. This will be aided by an 8 megapixels selfie camera at the front.
To keep its lights on, the Honor X10 Max will be fitted with an ample 5,000mAh battery which comes with 22.5W fast-charging support. As usual, the device will boot on the latest EMUI 10.1 based on Android 10 (AOSP version).