Honor X10 Max to Launch On July 2, Specs leaked

Honor has finally set the date for the launch of its large phablet, the Honor X10 Max. The company’s president announced an official poster on Weibo that confirmed the launch, which is scheduled for July 2.

Honorary President Zhao Ming said in a Weibo article that the canvas would return after two years. He said the company’s intention is to offer users a full upgrade to the X series of smartphones. It will have a large, eye-catching screen every two years and will continue until 2020.

The message also included a catchword that gives an idea of ​​the appearance of the device. There is a drop indicator on the front. The earphone and front selfie shooter precede the notch.

Honor X10 Max To Launch On July 2, Specs Leaked

Interestingly, the speaker grilles and the main microphone seem to have taken the top spot here.
The Honor X10 Max phone itself is not new to anyone. Zhao himself joked earlier and announced that the company will launch a large-screen phablet and a pro version of the X10 series.

7.09-inch Display with a Wider Range of Colors

This was followed by several leaks that revealed the device’s specifications. The device should be equipped with a 7.09-inch FHD + screen with a resolution of 2280 × 1080 pixels. It should also cover the wider DCI-P3 color gamut, but we have to wait until the start to find out more.

Dimension 800 for better 5G connectivity

Honor chose Mediatek this time, probably to avoid an argument with the United States by hindering their release schedule. The Mediatek Dimensional 800 SoC is to supply the device with electricity. It is a powerful SoC based on a 7nm process with support for NSA / SA 5G with an aggregation of two operators.

This is said to improve the 5G network for perfect connectivity by 30% and continue the legacy of battery connectivity like the Honor X10. The recent leaks also indicated that the device would have a 48-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel front camera.

Honor X10 Max To Launch On July 2, Specs Leaked

A 5000 mAh battery with 22.5 W quick charge support will likely provide a backup. As usual, the X10 Max runs on the latest Magic UI 3.1 based on Android 10. In addition, we expect more leaks on the device and will have to play the upcoming game by July 2nd, where a lite version of the Honor 30 with the X10 Max is also expected to debut.

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