Honor has officially announced the Honor X10 5G. It’s a brand new, mid-range Honor device, aimed at bringing 5G to a new range of consumers. So, what exactly are we getting with the Honor X10 5G here? Let’s take a closer look at it to find out.
The Honor X10 5G is made of some nice glass and metal all around it. It measures in at 163.7 x 76.5 x 8.8mm, and it weighs 203 grams. Over on the side of the device we have side-facing fingerprint, which is our preferred location for it.
The Honor X10 5G has a Kirin 820 SoC with three memory configurations, those being 6GB/64GB, 6GB/128GB, and 8GB/128GB. There’s also expandable storage, and it supports microSD cards of up to 256GB.
On the back, we’ve got a triple camera setup made up of a 40MP main camera, an 8MP ultrawide sensor and a 2MP macro units. There’s also a 16MP front facing pop-up camera. On the front, we have a 6.63″ FullHD+ notchless IPS LCD with a 90Hz refresh rate.
When it comes to connectivity, the device comes with dual-mode 5G (SA/NSA), supporting a total of 9 5G frequency bands for an extensive range of coverage. Keeping everything powered and running is a 4,300mAh battery that charges at 22.5W.
For software, the Honor X10 runs Android 10, and this comes with Honor’s usual MagicUI 3.1.1 layered on top of it. There are also a bunch of software features, including Honor’s own GPU Turbo and Kirin Gaming+ 2.0 which utilizes AI modulation for better gaming performance.
So, what about pricing? The 6GB/64GB unit costs 1,899 yuan ($270) while the 6GB/128GB goes for 2,199 yuan ($310). The top of the line model with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage on the other hand will set you back at 2,399 yuan ($340). The device comes in Probing Black, Racing Blue, Orange and Lightspeed Silver.