Leaks allegedly revealing the design and specifications of the upcoming Honor X10 smartphone has recently surfaced online, just days ahead of its launch. The new device is slated to be making its first debut in China on 20 May 2020.
The images that allegedly detailed the X10’s design were uploaded to Weibo – with one leak showcasing the device in a promotional poster, while the other presented it in supposed live images. The poster revealed that the upcoming smartphone features an all-screen notchless front display, which is made possible by the inclusion of a pop-up selfie camera module. On its back is a triple-camera setup housed in a rectangular camera island.
The live images of the Honor X10 somewhat confirmed the earlier leak’s reveal, albeit focusing mostly on the phone’s rear design. The second batch also seemingly revealed the colour choices for the device with blue, orange and black as the available options.
As for its hardware, known leaker Ishan Agarwal reported that the X10 features a 6.63-inch Full HD+ display with 90Hz refresh, Kirin 820 5G SoC, 6GB or RAM, up to 128GB internal storage, and 4,300mAh battery with 22.5W fast charging support. Its triple-camera setup includes a 40MP, 8MP and 2MP camera sensors, a side-mounted fingerprint sensor for security, and features IP5X rated weather proofing.
Confirming #HonorX10 5G Specs & HQ Renders:
-6.63" 90hz 2400×1080 397PPI Full HD+ LCD
-Kirin 820 5G
-4300mAH, 22.5W FC
-IP5X W&D Resistant
-Bluetooth 5.1 + LE
-Upto 256GB NM Card
-Fingerprint Sensor on Side pic.twitter.com/AQW3q1qA9X
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) May 14, 2020
We’ll eventually find out if these leaked details are accurate or not once the Honor X10 launches on 20 May. Its pricing and availability will likely be revealed at that time as well.