The Huawei sub-brand is preparing to present new smartphones as early as the 2nd of July. And the big highlight goes to the Honor X10 Max, which will be a real phablet, with 7.09 inches.
This will be a device for those who like big smartphones, like the ‘old man’ Xiaomi Mi Max. And through a publication on the social network Weibo, we now learn about the design of this terminal.
These real images shared by Digit Chat Station reveal that the smartphone will arrive in three colors: black, blue and purple. Its rectangular camera module immediately resembles the Huawei P40. This will feature a 48MP main sensor and a 2MP macro lens, according to TENAA.
A visit to the Geekbench test platform shows that the equipment will have support for 5G, and will have the Mediatek Dimensity 800 processor. This gave it scores of 539 points in single-core, very close to the numbers achieved by the Snapdragon 765G processor. When we talk about multi-core, its 2186 points are higher than the numbers reached by the aforementioned processor.
As in the P and Mate lines, Huawei has admitted that it will use an RGBW screen on this device. This will give you high brightness and low consumption, which will be tested by its 5000mAh battery.
This will be a very attractive device for those who want to have a very generous smartphone in terms of size. However, the lack of Google services natively can alienate some of the stakeholders.
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