The big Honor X10 Max is scheduled to arrive on July 2, and the phone has now been certified at TENAA. Although most of the specs already leaked, here’s what the specs sheet tells us – a big 7.09” LCD screen, big 5,000 mAh battery, but underwhelming amount of cameras – only two shooters on the back and one on the front.
The device is said to come with Dimensity 800 chipset, just like the Honor X10, according to some earlier rumors. TENAA does not reveal the platform, but it does say the CPU goes as high as 2.0 GHz, which is in line with the Mediatek chip that is 5G-enabled. RAM is either 6 GB or 8 GB, and storage is also two options – 64 GB or 128 GB.
The cameras on the Honor X10 Max are said to be 48 MP + 2 MP on the back and 8 MP on the front. The dual setup is likely a combination of a main camera and a depth sensor, which underlines the importance of the screen – the Huawei brand is clearly pitching this device as suitable for content consumption and not camera experience.