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Honor X10 Max 5G alleged launch date set for July 2, key specifications surfaces

We have already seen Honor X10 5G smartphone in China. Now, company will soon introduce its Max variant called Honor X10 Max. The mobile is believed to be successor to Honor 8X Max which was unveiled couple of years back.

According to the a Chinese tipster, Honor X10 Max is slated to go official on July 2. The tipster has released a poster confirming Honor X10 Max launch date and its key design aspects.

He went on to reveal that this upcoming smartphone will pack in side-mounted fingerprint sensor. The handset will offer enhanced audio video capabilities and come with dual stereo speakers. It will also have a large display with a tiny water-drop notch for front camera.

Another tipster has revealed several specifications of Honor X10 Max 5G. According to leaked specs sheet, the cell phone measures 174.46 x 84.91 x 8.3 mm and has weight of 227 grams.

Also expect Dual SIM support with 5G. The mobile boots on Android 10 with Magic UI 3.1.1. It will feature a large 7.09-inch multi-touch IPS LCD display with 2280 x 1080 pixels resolution at 19:9 aspect ratio.

Honor X10 Max 5G leaked live image -1

The Honor X10 Max is tipped to feature octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 800 5G (MT6873) SoC with Arm Mali-G57 MC4 GPU. The handset will be fueled by 5000mAh battery and will support 22.5W fast charging.

Details about RAM and storage variants were not revealed. We do know that it will house an 8MP front camera and 48MP primary rear camera with LED Flash.

We should get more details of Honor X10 Max in coming day so stay tuned.

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