We can pretty much say that Honor’s year started in the last month with the release of Honor 30S. During this week, the company revealed the remaining members of the Honor 30 series, the Honor 30, 30 Pro and 30 Pro+. Now, the company will start to shift its focus to another successful lineup. The company has recently revealed that the Honor 9X has sold over 10 million units in China, so it’s natural to believe that the company will prepare a new worth successor for the handset. The company is yet to say anything about that, but today, a new render surfaced on the web allegedly revealing the Honor 10X Pro.
The high-quality image reveals a bezel-less smartphone with a punch-hole at the top-left corner housing the selfie snapper. Moving around to the back, we can spot a slim rectangular camera’s island comprising three sensors and an LED flash. A text written beside the sensors indicates that this setup is lead by a 64MP AI camera. Interestingly enough, this camera has the very same design of the yet to be announced Huawei Nova 7.
The same source also indicates that the phone will sport the Kirin 820 chipset. This chipset came with the Honor 30S and represents a great performance increase over the last year’s Kirin 810. Moreover, it adds seamless 5G connectivity, something that last year’s Honor 9X Pro lacks. Besides the newer chipset, the Honor 10X Pro is said to come with an OLED panel from BOE and 20W fast-charging. The latter bit would be really interesting since the Honor 9X is capped at 10W charging.
Of course, we recommend you to digest this news with a pinch or two of salt. After all, Honor is yet to confirm a new Honor X device.