Since it’s official separation from Huawei, Chinese smartphone maker Honor wasted no time to make it’s presence felt in the smartphone world with a series of high profile launches including the most recent Honor Magic3 series smartphones.
Now, there are new rumors suggesting that the company will soon be launching a new smartphone from it’s X20 series lineup known as the Honor X20 Max. This device, as you can probably tell from it’s name, will be succeeding last year’s Honor X10 Max.
According to the latest information from Weibo, the upcoming Honor X20 Max is tipped to feature a huge 7.2” display which will be accompanied by a massive 6,000mAh battery under the hood.
Unlike the Honor X10 Max which was powered by an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 800 chipset, the forthcoming model will reportedly adopt an upgraded Dimensity 1100 chip 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.