Honor X10 supports nine 5G network bands globally, live image suggests high refresh rate display

Honor X10 Featured Image

Honor X10 is successor to the Honor 9X that was launched in China and India in 2019. It was initially expected to launch as Honor 10X, but for some reasons, the company has renamed it Honor X10. Today, we have come with a plenty of information regarding the Honor X10, some from official sources and some from unofficial sources and all of them seem to be very interesting and for sure increase the hype around the smartphone for sure.

Firstly, the Honor X10 will support nine 5G network bands, making it an universal 5G smartphone that will meet the industry standards at least for next three years. The 5G network bands that the Honor X10 support include N1, N3, N38, N41, N77, N78, N79, N80, N84.

Honor X10 5G bands

Secondly, Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei explained the reason behind the name change of Honor 10X to Honor X10. According to him,

Honor X10 name change is not a simple number and letter of the alignment, more implied 10 times the speed of evolution, but also means that the Honor X series is stronger, the Honor X series camp expanded.”

Thirdly, Huawei Xi’an Research Institute Honor 5G Lab, which is working for the Honor X10 has cumulatively tested for 500,000 hours and made more than 250,000 calls, making it the more powerful 5G smartphone in the industry in terms of the 5G capabilities.

Honor x10 live image

Fourthly, the real-life image of the Honor X10 has leaked revealing us the front view. The image suggests the phone will have a high refresh rate screen.

To recall, the Honor X10 has recently payed visit to the Devil Camp on Mount Everest. At an altitude of 6,500 meters, the Honor X10 managed to withstand the harsh conditions and delivered great photos, videos and a maximum 5G speed of 1617Mbps.

Honor X10 Speed Test

According to some leaksters on Weibo, the Honor X10 uses Graphene Thermal design, which is also used in Huawei Mate 30 Pro. As Graphene has highest thermal conductivity, it can be an efficient thermal management system which is particularly required while intense gaming.

The Honor X10 is expected to use the HiSilicon Kirin 820 5G chipset, which is made using 7nm process. It will also use Sony IMX600y image sensor just like the Huawei Mate 30 series.

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