Honor X10: Kirin 820 mid-ranger leaks with a notch-less display, quad cameras and a large battery
Announced at the Global Mobile Internet Conference 2020 (GMIC 2020), the Honor X10 succeeds the well-received Honor 9X. Featuring a Kirin 820 SoC, the X10 will be the first in the series to support 5G connectivity. According to several TENAA listings spotted by DigitalChatStation, the X10 will also have a 6.63-inch display operating at 2,400 x 1,080 pixels. The appearance of a side-mounted fingerprint sensor all but confirms that the panel will be an LCD rather than an OLED, though.
Coming in at 163.7 x 76.5 x 5.8 mm, the X10 has a 4,200 mAh battery that supports up to 22.5 W fast charging. The images posted by TENAA confirm that the X10 will not have a punch-hole display, as a render previously suggested. Instead, Honor has gone with a notch-less display, hinting that the X10 will also have a pop-up camera.
With that said, it will include four rear-facing cameras. Based on the pictures below, the primary camera will be an RYYB sensor. TENAA shows the Honor X10 in two colours, too. Both appear to have gradient finishes, but it is difficult to make out their true appearance from these low-resolution pictures.