Honor X10 5G

The follow-up to the Honor X10 series will have two variants – the Honor X10 Max and the Honor X10 Pro. But it seems that the former model is more attractive. And its attractiveness is not related to the better specs list. First, we learned that it will come with a Dimensity 800 chip. The company has had to choose this chip because of the capacity shortage of the higher-end Dimensity 1000+. And today, we got another information saying the Max version will be packed with a 7-inch screen. What’s amazing, the phone will use a customized display, which supports DCI-P3 wide color gamut.

The Weibo blogger, who disclosed this information, also mentioned that this glorious new big-screen phone will be the only 5G large-screen smartphone in 2020. At the same time, the device screen in the PPT shared by the blogger is relatively large. It adopts quite narrow orders on all sides. And there is no proactive opening. Judging from previous reports, this new Honor model with a 7-inch customized DCI-P3 wide color gamut screen should be the Honor X10 Max.

Honor X10 Max

What else do we know about the Honor X10 Max?

It is worth noting that the former President of the Honor Business Department Zhao Ming said in an interview with the media that Honor will launch a product that integrates Honor 8X Max and Honor Note 10. There has been every reason to think he hinted at the Honor X10 Max. And now, combining all news about this handset, we can admit that our assumptions were true.

Interestingly, the Honor 8X has had a Max version. But the company decided not to launch a Max variant for the last year’s Honor 9X. After an iteration, we see that the manufacturer has decided to bring a larger screen smartphone to its users.

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Argam Artashyan

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