A new leak purports to show the Honor X10's graphene-enhanced cooling system
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Despite its slightly incongruous name, the Honor X10 is currently acknowledged as the 9X's successor. As such, it is also likely to rock the Kirin 810's own next generation, which is 5G-enabled and does well against its Qualcomm and Samsung mid-range competition. Now, a prominent Weibo-based leaker claims that it may be able to hold its own during tasks such as gaming, too.
Digital Chat Station seems to have obtained a diagram showing how heat is intended to dissipate throughout the Honor X10's internals. The final layer of this cooling system takes up a decent chunk of the phone's rear-panel surface area, and is labelled as "graphene".
Therefore, it seems the X10 will get some next-level materials for its thermal management, which the brand could conceivably use to hype the phone. However, the tipster also notes (or is interpreted as doing so by Google Translate, rather) that this feature is nothing really new: it has also been seen in one of the premium Huawei Mate phablet series, apparently.