Earlier this month, Honor unveiled Honor 30 Lite (Youth Edition) 5G and Honor X10 Max smartphones in China. A Weibo account that is known for Huawei leaks shared a live shot of a new smartphone. The phone can be seen flaunting a quad-camera system.
As can be seen in the image, the smartphone has a rectangle-shaped camera module on its back. It comprises of an LED flash and four cameras. The primary lens in the setup is 48-megapixel.
Honor is reportedly working on the launch of the Honor X10 Pro 5G smartphone. As the name goes, it could be an enhanced version of the Kirin 820 SoC powered Honor X10 5G in May. Soon after its launch, the Chinese firm had confirmed that it will be adding more members to the X10 family.
The company recently announced the Dimensity 800 5G SoC powered Honor X10 Max phone. There is a possibility that the above-shown phone could be the Honor X10 Pro fueled by the Kirin 820 5G. The X10 5G came with triple rear cameras. The Pro model could be coming with a quad-camera unit.
Rumors surrounding the Honor X10 Pro 5G could be coming with the same-sized display that is available on the X10 5G phone. Hence, it is likely that the Pro model could be equipped with a 6.63-inch IPS LCD screen with notch-less design. There is no word on the specifications of the X10 Pro 5G. Readers are advised to wait for further reports to know the identity of the phone since it could be a Huawei branded phone.