Yesterday Honor CEO showed the Honor X10 at the GMIC conference and said the company will move towards a reasonably priced 5G smartphone. After that today a new device appears on the TENAA website. Now, according to tipster on Weibo, the next honor event will be held around May 18-19. We’re hoping Honor’s going to launch their new phone and other products on this event.
From the image displayed on the certification centre, it has a rectangular four-vertical camera at the rear with a flash. The right side of the phone has a volume button and a power button with a built-in fingerprint scanner. There is a speaker at the top of the screen.
Specifically, this Honor device passed the 3C certification last month. The most recent certification list includes TEL-AN00, TEL-AN00a, and TEL-TN00, possibly the Honor X10 series. The list further specifies that the dimensions of the phone are 63.7 x 76.5 x 8.8 mm. Honor X10 brings 6.63-inch IPS LCD Display with a resolution of 2340 ×1080 px. This device powered by an octa-core Kirin 820 chipset. Honor X10 comes with a 4200 mAh battery to power up the smartphone, which is charged through the USB-Type C port and possible support 22.5W fast charging. Also, this device brings a 3.5 mm headphone jack for smooth sound experience and runs on the latest Android 10 system (Android+HMS).
The price of the device is likely to be less than ¥ 2000 (~$283), this is too cheap compared to other 5G models. According to the latest listing information, this phone could launch by the end of May.
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