As we reported, the new upcoming Honor X10 is launching on May 20. Recently, on May 15, this morning. A blogger on weibo.com released the diagram of the internal structure of the Honor X10 dual-track structure, lifting the camera also.
According to him, the dual-rail lifting camera we will see in the Honor X10 is more stable, but it is more expensive than the single-track structure. The advantage of using this technology is that the structure is more durable in this, and the middle is stressed while lifting the camera. The phone will be able to be used for a long time without any worry of track deviation.
In our previously, we reported that the new upcoming Honor X10 would use a 90Hz refresh rate display and will also have a support of 180Hz touch sampling rate. The new forthcoming phone will support up to 9 5G bands, which is the most in industry. It entirely satisfies all the network construction needs of the three major domestic operators (in China) and overseas roaming needs in the upcoming three years. The phone 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 features the all-new Kirin 820 chipset, which also supports 5G connectivity and already beaten the Snapdragon 855 and Kirin 980 in performance. The phone packs a 4200 mAh battery and supports 22.5W fast charging. The Honor X10 sports a triple camera setup on the back (40MP+8MP+8MP in Pro version, 40MP+8MP+2MP in base version) and a front pop-up camera.
The pricing and storage of the phone are still unconfirmed. The Honor X10 is going to be launched on May 20. If any news comes regarding this upcoming phone, you will be updated on our website. So, stay tuned with us.