Even though we are still four days away from the Honor X10 series official launch, but real life images of the device had already made its appearance on Chinese Weibo (as usual). These images revealed the device in three different colorways including Blue, Orange and Black.
As seen in the images, the upcoming Honor X10 will be fitted with a familiar-looking rectangular camera module at the back which shares a close resemblance to what we’d seen among the Honor 30 series smartphones.
According to its TENAA listing, the three cameras at the back will be consisting of a 40 megapixels main camera, 8 megapixels ultra-wide lens, as well as a 2 megapixels depth sensor. Recently, Honor had also confirmed that the main shooter will be a RYYB sensor which is capable of delivering impressive night shots.
Even though the live images didn’t reveal the front design of the Honor X10, but we’d already learned from its official renders that the device will be featuring a notch-less front display courtesy of its motorized pop-up module that houses its 16 megapixels selfie camera.
From what we’d learned so far, the Honor X10 will be arriving with a 6.63-inches LCD display which comes with support for FHD+ screen resolution and 90Hz screen refresh rate. The device will be driven by an octa-core Kirin 820 SoC which was also found among recent mid-ranger phones including the Honor 30S and Huawei Nova P40 Lite 5G.
At the helm, there will also be a generous 4,200mAh battery which carries support for 22.5W fast-charging. With regards to its pricing, recent leaks had revealed that the Honor X10 is expected to be priced at 1,799 Yuan (US$254) and 1,999 Yuan (US$283) respectively for its 6GB+64GB and 6GB+128GB models.