Yesterday, Honor had announced that it will be launching the Honor X10 Max smartphone on 2nd July in China. The brand had revealed that the phone will have a large screen and 5G connectivity. Other specs of the phone, although popped up through a leak, were not confirmed. That changes today as the Honor X10 Max had been listed on TENAA, which reveals all the specifications of the smartphone.
Honor X10 Max gets TENAA certification
The TENAA certification that we are talking about is for the model Honor KKG-AN00, which, we think, is the Honor X10 Max. The TENAA certification of Honor X10 Max reveals that the phone has a 7.09-inch LCD screen with 2280 x 1080 pixels resolution. The phone has a 48MP + 2MP dual-camera setup at the rear and an 8MP camera at the front.
According to the listing, the smartphone has an octa-core processor with a 2.0GHz base frequency. Reports online suggest that the processor could be the MediaTek Dimensity 800. The TENAA listing shows that the Honor X10 Max will be available in 6GB and 8GB RAM options and 64GB and 128GB storage options. On the software side of things, the phone comes with the Android 10 OS.
The listing also reveals that the Honor X10 Max has a 4900mAh battery, 5G connectivity and that the phone measures 174.462 x 84.91 x 8.3m and weighs 227 grams.
The TENAA listing also reveals the images of the Honor X10 Max. These images, as you can see, show that the phone has a U-shaped notch on the display, volume button, and what looks like a power button with a fingerprint scanner to the right, SIM card tray to the left, and a glossy back panel.
All the specifications of the Honor X10 Max that have been revealed on TENAA fall in line with what Digital Chat Station had revealed yesterday regarding the phone. We are yet to confirm if the phone ships Magic UI 3.1.1 and 22.5W charging as DCS had revealed yesterday.