HONOR is said to be planning on launching a new smartphone this month. To be precise, the Huawei sister brand reportedly posted via its official Weibo account that the phone will be known as the X10 and its announcement will take place on 20 May.
Officially, HONOR is keeping mum about the phone’s hardware and design. However, an initial report by GSMArena had turned up some details about the device. According to a listing on TENAA, the HONOR X10 will supposedly be powered by Huawei’s Kirin 820 5G chipset, have a 6.63-inch IPS LCD display, and reportedly be powered by a 4200mAh battery and support 22.5W wired charging.
Moving on to cameras, the HONOR X10 is said to house a main quad-camera module, comprising a 40MP Sony IMX600y main shooter, an 8MP ultra-wide, and two 2MP sensors that will most probably be a combination of a macro and depth sensor. Around the front, the phone’s selfie camera is expected to be a 16MP sensor. Another feature that the phone is expected to house is a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, similar to the one found on the HONOR 9X Pro.
That’s pretty much all we know about the phone. We’ll just have to wait until 20 May to officially learn more about the phone, or if it will even be arriving in Malaysia.