Specifications leak for the upcoming Honor X10 Max on TENAA: massive 7.1in display, Mediatek Dimensity, and 48MP dual camera
Leaked specifications for the upcoming Honor X10 Max - a device set to arrive on July 2nd - indicate that it’s shaping up to be a fairly competitive midrange device. The specs, leaked on the TENAA database, indicate that the Honor X10 Max will feature a massive 7.1in display and a 2GHz Dimensity chipset from Mediatek, likely the Mediatek Dimensity 800.
The Honor X10 Max will also feature a 48MP dual camera setup and a substantial 4900 mAh battery. Together with the Dimensity 800, the bulky battery should lead to excellent screen on time, with 22.5W fast charging enabling quick top-ups.
Honor announced that the Honor X10 Max is set to launch on July 2nd in the Chinese market. While pricing for the X10 Max has yet to be announced, the top-end Honor X10 sells for RMB 2,399, approximately US$340. It’s reasonable, then, to assume that the Honor X10 Max will debut at a sub-US$400 price point.