Honor X10 Renders Reveal Full Design, Popup Selfie Camera and Side Mounted Fingerprint Scanner

Detailed renders of the Honor X10 have appeared days before the phone is set to be officially launched un China

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We know for a fact that Honor plans to launch a new handset called the Honor X10 on May 20. In fact, over the past few days, we have seen several leaks surrounding this phone. In our previous article, we reported about the Honor X10 appearing on the AI benchmark portal. Previously, the phone had also appeared on Geekbench. Thanks to these leaks, we had a basic idea about the specifications and features of the phone. While we did come across a few images of the handset in these leaks, detailed renders of the phone have only been released now — thanks to recent posts by folks over at PlayfulDroid (via VMall) and Chinese tech blog CNMO. These images reveal key design elements of the Honor X10.

Take a look at the detailed renders of the Honor X10 in the image gallery below.

As evident from the photos above, it is clear that the Honor X10 gets a large notch-less display with a prominent pop-up front-facing camera at the top. At the rear, we can see that the Honor X10 gets a triple camera setup with clear RYYB markings. The camera module also houses the single LED flash for low light shots. The phone does not appear to feature a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, which could indicate two things: either a side-mounted fingerprint scanner or an in-display fingerprint scanner. Previous leaks have already talked about the phone featuring a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

Thanks to previous leaks, we also know that the display on the Honor X10 measures 6.63-inches across and boasts of FHD+ resolution and 90Hz refresh rate. Previous TENAA listings have indicated the possibility of the phone using a 40MP + 8MP + 2MP camera setup. As you might have guessed, the 40MP RYYB sensor functions as the primary camera, while the 8MP sensor is used for ultra-wide-angle shots. Then 2MP sensor is for depth sensing purposes.

The Honor X10 is expected to feature the HiSilicon Kirin 820 SoC that supports 5G networks and will come powered by a decent-sized 4,100 mAh battery that supports  22.5W fast charging. Apart from the blue color option you saw in the renders above, the phone is expected to be also made available in a silver color variant.

Recent reports have also indicated that the Honor X10 could be offered in two variants; 6GB+64GB and 6GB+128GB for 1,799 Yuan (US$254) and 1,999 Yuan (US$283) respectively.