Today, the Honor has officially announced that the new upcoming Honor X10 will support up to 9 5G frequency bands. Also, the Honor vice president has confirmed that the latter will introduce the 5G capabilities of Honor X10, equipped with the new Kirin 820 5G chipset.
The vice president of Honor brand also introduces some new 5G features while announcing the new Honor X10. The upcoming phone’s (Honor X10) chipset, which is “Kirin 820 5G,” will be able to support NSA (Non-Standalone Access) / SA (Standalone Access) 5G dual-mode network. It will also support the current nine most giant frequency bands in the industry, which is entirely satisfying all network construction needs of the three major domestic operators (in China) and overseas roaming needs in the upcoming three years. It also supports 1T4R (one for transmission and four for reception) antennas, which is used for switching SRS (Sounding Reference Signal) antennas.
The Honor X10 has also achieved the fastest 5G speed in the current theory. Talk about the specs of Honor X10. According to our information, The Honor X10 thickness is 8.8mm and weighs about 203g. It also uses the large-area graphene heat dissipation technology for excellent gaming performance. It has a 6.63 inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 2400x1080p (FHD+). It is equipped with an all-new Kirin 820 chipset, which also supports 5G connectivity and already beaten the Snapdragon 855 and Kirin 980 in performance. The battery capacity of the phone is 4200 mAh and has 22.5W fast charging support. The phone will also use a front pop-up camera and four rear matrix cameras.
The pricing and storage of the phone are still unconfirmed. The Honor X10 is going to be launched on May 20.