20 May 2020
UPDATE (May 6th, 2020):
The Honor X10 is now set for an official launch on May 20th. The launch poster confirms the device's name and launch date with no doubts. It also confirms support for 5G connectivity. This will be a China-only launch but we can expect to hear global release plans at the same presentation.
Original (April 30th, 2020)
Honor is reportedly working on a new 5G mid-range smartphone named Honor X10. This new phone is claimed to be an Honor 9X successor but for some reason, the model name has apparently been reversed. It was recently spotted on TENAA that revealed a few key specifications and product design.
The listing shows that Honor X10 features a 6.63-inch Full HD+ (2400 x 1080 pixels) IPS LCD display with a 20:9 aspect ratio. It is a full-screen display with no notch and no punch-hole. Under the hood, the processor is Kirin 820 5G that will make it a mid-range 5G smartphone. It will have 4GB, 6GB, and 8GB of RAM options along with 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB onboard storage options. All models will offer microSD card support as well.
The exact camera details are unknown but there is tipped to be a triple camera setup including a Sony IMX600 sensor. The front camera details are also missing for now. The battery capacity is said to be 4,200mAh with 22.5W fast charging support. The only other things known about the phone are 163.7x76.5x8.8mm dimensions and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.
The report does not mention when to expect Honor X10 launch but we suspect it should be around the corner. We will keep you updated on all the developments around the phone.