Recently, there were reports suggesting that Chinese giant Honor will be launching a new smartphone known as the Honor X20 Max in it’s home market in the upcoming weeks.
Now, the device itself had apparently been certified by the Chinese TENAA authority which moves it a step closer to it’s official launch. Although the listing itself has yet to reveal any information pertaining to it’s specs, but we’d already knew quite a fair bit about the phone thanks to it’s earlier leaks.
According to what we’d learned so far, the forthcoming Honor X20 Max smartphone is expected to feature a huge 7.2” display which will be accompanied by a massive 6,000mAh battery with 66W fast-charging support under the hood.
Unlike it’s Honor X10 Max predecessor which is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 800 chipset, the Honor X20 Max is said to be powered by an upgraded Dimensity 1100 silicon instead.
As for the rest of the specs, they remain largely under the wrap at the moment. However, we’ll probably learn more about them as we edge closer towards it’s actual unveiling.