Coolpad X10

At today’s new product launch conference, the Coolpad X10 5G was officially unveiled. The machine is equipped with the domestic chip Unisoc T7510. The 4+128GB version is priced at 1,388 yuan, which is about $200. And the 6+128GB version is 1,588 yuan ($229). The pre-sale will officially start on August 20.

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As said, one of the most interesting features of this handset is the chip under the hood. As said at the beginning of the article, the Coolpad X10 5G sports a Unisoc T7510 chip. The latter supports dual-mode 5G. Thus, we are dealing with another cheap 5G-enabled smartphone. Also, the latter uses a 6.5-inch LCD water drop screen. Such a design makes the screen-to-body ratio reach up to 93.07%. The drop area carries a 13MP lens. On the opposite side, we can find a 21MP main lens + 5MP depth of field lens + 2MP sensor combination. The rear of the phone also hosts a fingerprint recognition solution. As for the batter, there is a 4600mAh battery.

Coolpad X10

In addition, the machine uses a 3D curved body made of glass. You can choose any from three color variants that include the Extreme Night Black, Streamer White, and Charm Blue.

Coolpad X10

Again back to the chip, the Unisoc T7510 is a 5G chip made by a Chinese manufacturer Unigroup Zhanrui. It adopts 4 x A75 at 2.0Hz + 4 x A55 at 1.8Hz design. Also, this chip integrates an Ivy V510 baseband, which supports SA & NSA dual-mode network and N41/N78/N79 and other 5G mainstream frequency bands.

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