The Honor X10 Max 5G, scheduled to debut on July 2, is set to be powered by MediaTek’s 5G-capable Dimensity 800 chipset.
The Honor X10 Max 5G is shaping up to be Honor’s most significant release yet in the mid-range competition. Well, that would be the case if we’re going to consider its recent listing on a popular benchmarking platform.
Powered-up Dimensity 800 chip
The phone, which is slated to be unveiled a week from now, has finally surfaced on Geekbench, confirming its expected performance, alongside its key features and specifications.
The handset’s accompanying listing has revealed how the device’s CPU is faring against its rivals in the mid-range department. The phone, which bears the model number KKG-AN00, boasts 539 points in its single-core test, which suggests that it slots slightly below than the Snapdragon 765G-equipped Motorola Edge and LG Velvet.
Meanwhile, the Honor X10 Max 5G is behind the Samsung Galaxy A51 5G, which is powered by Samsung’s proprietary Exynos 980 chipset. The phone score of 677 points in the said test.
Nevertheless, the Honor smartphone intimated a promising output in its multi-core performance, generating 2,186 points. Note that the number is higher than the 1,800-1,900 ballpark of the other three aforementioned phones that they were able to produce.
Apart from its performance, the Honor X10 Max 5G’s Geekbench listing also confirmed some of its already-rumored features. These include an 8GB RAM, the octa-core processor, 5G-capable Dimensity 800 SoC, and Android 10.
Honor X10 Max 5G other rumored features
Previous reports indicate that Honor’s upcoming mid-range smartphone could launch with a massive 7.09-inch IPS LCD notched screen. The display is also slated to arrive with RGBW technology, which is said to allow improved brightness under direct sunlight.
On the other hand, the Honor X10 Max 5G could also feature a classic fingerprint reader that should be mounted on one of its sides.
In the Chinese market, the device is expected to debut with two RAM and ROM offerings. The phone will come with 6GB and 8GB RAM tiers, while its storage options are 64GB and 128GB.
Large battery but no Google Play Services
The phone should also come with an equally large 4,900mAh battery, set to charge over a USB Type-C port. The phone is also pegged to support 22.5W fast wired charging.
In the optics front, the smartphone could feature a dual-camera setup on its rear, consisting of a 48MP sensor as its primary module, and a 2MP camera for depth-sensing. Its selfie snapper is tipped to feature an 8MP sensor.
Like most Huawei and Honor phones in 2020, the phone won’t ship with Google Play Services.
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