The Honor X10 is now official. The device was unveiled today in China. It will succeed the Honor 9X series announced last year.
The company has also changed the naming scheme for the series. Instead of Honor 10X, it’s now called Honor X10. This is most likely to avoid the name conflict with the next Redmi 10X series.
Honor X10 Specifications
The Honor X10 is powered by the Kirin 820 processor. It is a 7 nm octa-core chipset with a maximum frequency of 2.36 GHz with a 6-core Mali-G57 GPU. The Kirin 820 SoC offers up to 27% more CPU performance and 38% GPU performance compared to the last generation. The Honor X10 is available in three configurations – 6 + 64 GB, 6 + 128 GB and 8 + 128 GB.
Speaking of design, we get a 6.63-inch Full HD + LCD screen with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels on the device. We also benefit from a sleek design and a screen / body ratio of 93%, because the smartphone is equipped with a pop-up selfie camera. The X10 comes with a refresh rate of 90 Hz. The fingerprint scanner is integrated on the side.
On the back of the Honor X10, there is a custom Sony IMX600 40MP image sensor with a RYYB color filter, an 8MP ultra-wide shooter and a 2MP macro camera. At the front there is a 16MP pop-up selfie shooter.
In addition, the battery is rated at 4300 mAh with fast charging support of 22.5 W via the type C port. The device will run on Magic UI 3.1 which is built on Android 10 (AOSP). Other features include 5G SA / NSA, Bluetooth 5.1 and BLE and GPU Turbo.
Honor X10 Awards
|Configuration||Honor X10 Awards|
|6 + 64 GB||1,899 CNY (~ 20,300 Rs)|
|6 + 128 GB||2,199 CNY (~ 23,500 Rs)|
|8 + 128 GB||2,399 CNY (~ 25,600 Rs)|
The Honor X10 starts at CNY 1899 (~ Rs 20,300) for the basic variant with 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage and the 6 + 128 GB is priced at CNY 2,199 (~ Rs 23,500) and variant 8 + 128 GB is priced at CNY 2,399 (~ Rs 25,600). Color variants include black, gray, orange and blue. It will go on sale from May 26 in China.
The Honor X10 Pro was not announced at the event, and we expect it to be unveiled in the coming weeks.