The Honor X10 Max 5 G is expected to be formally revealed in the second half of next week and the Chinese telecom regulator TENAA has already passed certification. We are now being guided to a GeekBench listing a few days prior to launch.
The test provides us an insight into how the 5G-capable Dimension 800 chipset CPU (a.k.a. MT6873) compares with competitor midrange offerings. At 539 points in the single-core test the X10 Max 5G ranks marginally below the Moto Edge and LG Velvet fitted Snapdragon 765G (both at 586 in our study), with the Galaxy A51 5G (Exynos 980) ranking 677 points higher. The Honor strikes in multi-core results, its 2186pts being significantly higher than the other three phones listed in the 1800-to-1900 ballpark.
The Honor 10X Max 5 G is a true ‘Max’ device-it sports a 7.09-inch display and weighs 226 g in over the iPhone 11 Pro Max at a gram. Other established specs include a 5,000mAh 22.5W charging pack, a 48MP primary screen, and Android 10 deprived of Google Play Services.
On 2 July the Honor X10 Max 5G will become official.