Honor X10 to Feature Sony IMX600Y Image Sensor and OLED Display, Key Specifications Tipped

Earlier it was reported that the upcoming Honor X10 was renamed from 10X so as to not confuse the phone with the upcoming Redmi 10X. A reputed tipster on Weibo had shared some key specifications about the device which included the primary camera sensor on the device. Now the official listing of the phone on the Chinese certification website TENNA has also been updated to show more specifications of the device.

Honor X10 specifications

The device is said to have a notch-free IPS LCD display on the front measuring 6.63-inches and having a resolution of 1080 x 2400. As for the selfie shooter, the Honor X10 is tipped to come with a pop-out camera like the OnePlus 7 Pro. The aspect ratio for the display is 20:9.

Under the hood, we see that the phone packs in a Kirin 820 5G chipset with a base frequency of 2.3GHz. Configuration-wise the phone will likely be arriving in China with up to 6GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. There will be an external microSD card slot to amp up the storage by an additional 512GB. The battery on the device is expected to be a 4,200mAh cell with a 22.5W fast charging support. The phone has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor for authentication purposes.

Talking cameras, tipster Digital Chat Station has said that the Honor X10 will be using Sony’s custom-made IMX600Y (RYYB) as the primary lens. Additionally, he also claimed that the phone would be able to take much better shots than its mid-range competitors since the ISP on the Kirin 820 is the same as the flagship Kirin 990. The main camera on the device is a 40MP sensor and it will be supported by 8MP ultra-wide sensor and a 2MP shooter which will probably be used for depth sensing. The elevating camera on the front is of a 16MP resolution.

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