Today, the Honor Mobile said that the Honor X10 Max comes with a built-in 5000mAh capacity battery. This is quite a big battery if comparing with other 5G models on the market. The battery capacity of most of them even doesn’t exceed 4000mAh. So in this sense, this handset may have a real advantage over its rivals.
According to the previously leaked information, the Honor X10 Max will use a 7.09-inch RGBW eye protection sunscreen, with a typical value of 780 nits screen brightness, and supports DCI-P3 movie-level wide color gamut. The latter allows the screen to display richer colors. In terms of cost, ‘large-screen phones over 7 inches have fewer panel cuts and the yield rate is only 70%-80%. So the wasted cost has increased tens of millions of R&D expenses.’
Apart from this, the Honor X10 Max will use a 7.09-inch 2280×1080 resolution waterdrop screen. The latter feature has been confirmed when the handset was spotted in a spy photo.
There are also dual speakers and a side fingerprint recognition module. Earlier, we have also heard the phone will support 22.5W fast charging, and what’s more important, it will come with a MediaTek Dimensity 800 chip. It is regrettable that it belongs to the entry-level dual-mode 5G level in terms of performance. But Honor has had no opportunities. We mean the iQOO Z1 has taken the entire capacity of the Dimensity 1000+ chips. So the only chip available at the moment is the Dimensity 800. If the follow-up model, the Honor X10 Max Pro sports the 1000+, there should be a good reputation and sales.
As should be informed, this handset will hit the market in a couple of days on July 2 along with the Honor 30 Lite.