Honor X10

This morning, the Honor brand officially announced that the Honor X10 full-speed screen will support 180Hz touch sampling rate and 90Hz screen refresh rate. With this statement, the company confirmed that it joins the party of high refresh rate and high touch sampling rate smartphones. And though it doesn’t sport the latest hardware (at least, the latest Qualcomm processor), it is expected to make a tough competition in the market.  

Apart from this, we have heard that the Honor X10 also supports up to 9 5G frequency bands. The Huawei Xi’an Research Institute Honor 5G Lab, officially inaugurated on May 11, participated in the planning, design, testing, and production of the Honor X10. The Honor X10 has invested more than 300 million yuan ($42.29 million) to access the Internet only for testing costs. The cumulative test has exceeded 500,000 hours, and the speed of dialing calls has exceeded 250,000.

The new Honor X series will be officially released on May 20. So far, Honor has several 5G product lines including V series and its original / digital series.

According to previous information, the Honor X10 will use a 6.63-inch 2400 × 1080 resolution LCD screen. Under the screen, it will carry the Kirin 820 5G chip and a built-in 4200mAh battery. The latter supports 22.5W fast charge. The phone also uses a side fingerprint recognition module, which supports 40 million RYYB high sensitivity.

The rest of the features we are aware of at the moment include a 40MP primary camera + 8MP + 2MP, a 16MP selfie camera, a 4GB/6GB/8GB RAM, and a 64GB/128GB/256GB internal storage. The phone also has a microSD card for external storage. It runs on the latest Android 10 out of the box, measures 163.7 x 76.5 x 8.8mm, and weighs about 203 grams.

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