- The Honor X10 Max has appeared on TENAA with model number KKG-AN00
- Key Honor X10 Max specs may include a large 7.09-inch display and up to 128GB storage
Honor X10 Max is scheduled to launch on July 2nd in China. The handset is already up for reservations on the Chinese retailer site. Ahead of the launch, the Honor X10 Max full specifications and images have appeared on TENAA. The smartphone comes with the model number KKG-AN00 and will likely offer a massive 7.09-inch display, which would make it a phablet-like device. It was earlier spotted on China’s 3C certification with the same model number and 22.5W fast-charging support. The Honor X10 Max will be available in Speed Black, Speed Blue, and Light Speed Silver colours in China.
Honor X10 Max specifications
According to the TENAA listing, the Honor X10 Max specifications will include a 7.09-inch full HD+ IPS LCD display. It will be made by Japan Display and is expected to come with RBGw technology for improved brightness and reduced power consumption. It is said to be powered by a 2GHz processor coupled with 6GB, 8GB RAM and 64GB and 128GB storage options. The Honor X10 Max will run Android 10 OS with the latest Magic UI custom skin on top. It is tipped to weigh 227 grams and measures 176.46 x 84.91 x 8.3mm.
Talking about the optics, the Honor X10 Max is said to feature an 8-megapixel selfie camera. The dual cameras on the back are expected to include a 48MP primary lens and a 2MP secondary sensor. The phone will house a 4,900mAh battery capacity with 22.5W fast-charging support. The Honor X10 Max could have a side-mounted fingerprint sensor for security, as it doesn’t have a cutout at the back. Unfortunately, not much else is known about the phone at the moment, but we should know more going forward.