Honor officially launched the Honor X10 mobile phone, equipped with Kirin 820 5G SOC, using a 90Hz full-speed screen as the first 5G smartphone in the X series.
The Honor X10 5G uses a 6.63-inch 90Hz refresh rate full-speed screen, with a screen ratio of up to 92%, supports the German Rheinland TüV low blue light eye protection, can open the e-book mode with one click, and supports the 90fps high frame rate of many mainstream games, and has a 180Hz touch sampling rate, becoming the official Tencent WUCL competition official designated machine in 2020.
In terms of cameras, the Honor X10 is equipped with a 40 megapixel RYYB high-sensitivity image three-shot system, equipped with a 1 / 1.7-inch outsole, supports four-in-one super-large pixels, and has the same ISP5.0 processing power of the Kirin 990.
Honor X10 5G supports SA / NSA dual-mode 5G, and also supports the 9 largest 5G frequency bands in the industry. With the same model of Kirin 990, the download rate on the current network is 1003Mbps.
The Honor X10 5G comes in four different colors; Racing Blue, Light Speed Silver, Burning Power Orange, and Speed Black.
Honor X10 is equipped with the Kirin 820 5G SOC and it uses Magic UI 3.1 for the first time, with a certain delay engine, Kirin Gaming + 2.0, graphene cooling and other technologies. It comes with a built-in 4300mAh battery and supports 22.5W fast charging.
In terms of price, the Honor X10 5G mobile phone 6GB + 64GB is priced at $270/€245; 6GB + 128GB is priced at $309; 8GB + 128GB is priced at $340/€310.
The pre-sale is already up in China and sales will officially begin on May 26. Availability in other markets is currently unknown.