Honor’s huge screen smartphone, Honor X10 Max, is scheduled to officially arrive on July 2. However, we already have a complete spec sheet of this smartphone. A few days ago, the company confirmed that this device will use an RGBW display. This feature is only found in Huawei’s flagships like the Mate and P series. Today, Honor released another poster that claims that the Honor X10 Max display will be clearly visible under sunlight.
The RGBW feature adds white sub-pixels to the original RGB three primary colors to become a four-color pixel design. Under the new pixel arrangement, the maximum brightness increases by 70%. The typical brightness of the Honor X10 Max screen hit 780 nits.
Xiong Junmin, vice president (product) of Honor Business Department, said that some indoor sub-pixels of Honor X10 Max can be turned on to reduce backlight and power consumption. Therefore, the difference between the power consumption of RGBW screens of the same size and RGB screens is significant. The unit power consumption of the Max screen is reduced by about 14%. Honor X10 Max uses a 5G network, while Honor 8X Max uses a 4G network. The power consumption of the former is better than the latter by 7%.
Honor X10 Max speculations
According to a recent GeekBench listing, the Honor X10 Max comes with a 7.09-inch LCD display and the resolution is 2280 x 1080. It uses a pearl screen design with a dimension of 174.462 × 84.91 × 8.3 (mm), weighing 227g. There are two cameras on the rear, a 48MP main camera and a 2MP macro shooter. On the front, this device comes with an 8MP shooter. In addition, this device may come with a MediaTek Dimensity 800 5G chip. We expect to see 6GB/8GB RAM and 64GB or 128GB ROM storage with support for storage expansion. Honor X10 Max also has a 5000 mAh capacity battery, supports 22.5W fast charge, and is pre-installed with Magic UI 3.1 system based on Android 10.
According to reports, this smartphone huge display is supplied by JDI. This screen supports 100% DCI-P3 color gamut and the highest brightness is 780nit. As we have said earlier, this 7.09-inch screen uses the RGBW technology that Huawei Mate and P series have used. Better screen brightness and power reduction are some of its advantages.
According to recent information, the display uses a waterdrop design and it will have a 2280 x 1080 resolution. Furthermore, this smartphone also comes with dual speakers as well as a side fingerprint sensor.
As for its processor, Honor will have to rely on MediaTek this time. Make no mistake about this, MediaTek’s Dimensity lineup is one of the best 5G chips in the market. It is ahead of Qualcomm’s mid-range 5G chips. This smartphone will use the Dimensity 800 5G SoC. According to the supply chain, this large display phone may become the world’s first 7-inch 5G mobile phone.