Honor X10 Max Tipped to Launch in July Alongside Honor 30 Youth Edition in China

Two new handsets called the Honor X10 Max and the Honor 30 Youth Edition are likely to be launched soon

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Honor has been on a launch spree of late in China, where it recently launched the Honor X10. The company, however, has more plans for the X series and reportedly aims to launch several other handsets in the near future. As of now, we are aware of three handsets that could see the light of the day in the next few weeks. These phones include the Honor X10 Max and the Honor X10 Pro. We did carry a report about the Honor X10 Pro yesterday, where we noted that its specifications are near identical to the Honor 30 that was launched in April. Apart from these two models, the third X-series handset that the company plans to launch is the Honor X10 Max. What is interesting, however, is the fact that the Honor X10 Max is likely to be launched along with another new Honor device called the Honor 30 Youth Edition per a recent post on Weibo. In all, we are talking about four new Honor devices that could be launched very soon.

As of now, we do not have too many details about the specifications of these two handsets. What we do know is the possibility that these two handsets will mostly come powered by the Mediatek Dimensity 800 processor. As you might have possibly guessed by now, the Honor X10 Max is a large-screened device, and from what we know about the phone so far, it is expected to feature a massive 7-inch display making it almost tablet-sized. Thanks to a leaked image of the phone, we know that this display doesn’t seem to get a notch or a punch hole. This could mean that the device will most likely feature a pop-up front-facing camera.

As far as the Honor 30 Youth Edition is concerned, we do not have any information about this handset save for the fact that the phone is expected to be a ‘toned down’ version of the Honor 30 series. Both the handsets are expected to launch early July.


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