Today, Huawei's sub brand, Honor, has announced the forthcoming arrival of the next Honor X10. On the same day, the Chinese blogger Digital Jun also released the internal structure of the photographic sector that we will find on the device.
Honor X10: New leak shows us the popup mechanism
According to the leak released by the Chinese blogger, the Honor X10's pop-up camera uses a double track to make everything safer. This will however make the structure more expensive than single track ones.
In any case, the advantage of the double track is clear enough. The pop-up camera mechanism will be much more stable, as well as lessening the stresses every time it is used. This means that there will be less wear in the long term, thus decreasing the worries of users who are not yet sure of the quality of the technology.
In the previous days, we discovered that the Honor X10 will be equipped with the Huawei Kirin 820 5G processor, with support for up to 9 5G frequency bands. In addition, the device will use a screen with a high refresh rate, specifically we are talking about 90Hz (therefore more fluid) and will support a touch sampling frequency of 180Hz. We will then have a 40MP image sensor produced by Sony with RYYB technology.
Finally, the smartphone will be powered by a built-in 4200mAh battery with support for fast charging at 22,5 W and will adopt a lateral fingerprint sensor.
The Honor X10 will officially be released on May 20.