As expected, Honor formalizes its large 7-inch smartphone, the Honor X10 Max, positioned in the mid-range. If smartphones with screens larger than 6 inches are no longer rare, those with screens approaching 7 inches, the diagonal of a compact touch pad, are rarer.
The mobile device is also 5G compatible thanks to its SoC Dimensity 800 from MediaTek (octocore 2 GHz with ARM GPU Mali-G57) supported by 6 to 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, expandable by microSD card.
The Honor X10 Max incorporates the design of the models of the year with a double photo sensor housed in a large rectangle and comprising a main module of 48 megapixels and a 2 megapixel sensor for capturing depth data, with a flash in between.
The massive size of the smartphone allows it to house a 5000 mAh battery which should ensure good autonomy and whose recharge offers a power of 22.5W.
The fingerprint reader is located on the side and there will always be a 3.5mm jack. Compatible with WiFi and Bluetooth 5.1, the smartphone runs Android 10 with Magic UI 3.1 overlay and without Google mobile services (GMS).
The Honor X10 Max was presented in China and is marketed from this beginning of July at the price of 1899 yuan (about 239 €) in 6 GB RAM / 128 GB storage version and 2099 yuan (about 264 €) in 8 GB version RAM / 128 GB storage.
While waiting to see it possibly arriving on international markets, Honor offers many promotions on its smartphones but also its MagicBook laptops on its dedicated page.