Today, Honor announced that its upcoming big-screen phone – Honor X10 Max will come with a high brightness RGBW display to provide users better content visibility under outdoor light scenarios.
What is RGBW Color Screen?
With an RGBW screen, each row of 3 colored pixels is alternated with a white pixel. This means that 25% of the screen is made up of color but of white light.
In work, the RGBW technology maximizes the brightness by 70% compared to the RGB screen. This means the content on the screen will be clearly visible even under direct sunlight.
To achieve power efficiency, the RGBW screen can only turn on some white sub-pixels in normal light or indoor areas, to reduce the backlight effect, which directly affects the power consumption up to 14%.
There’s another feature that Honor teased in a latest promo called Super Resolution Technology, which utilizes video content from low resolution such as 480P look clearer.
Honor X10 Max with a giant 7.09-inch display will launch on July 2 in China, the phones have completed its related certification such as TENAA, to match the launch date.
Honor X10 Max comes with a giant 7.09-inch LCD display with FHD+ resolution (1080 x 2280), and waterdrop notch design. The phone expands at 174.462×84.91×8.3(mm) and weighs 227g and includes a side fingerprint scanner.
Honor X10 Max features dual rear camera including a 48MP main + a 2MP macro camera. On the front side, it has an 8MP selfie camera.
This phone equips MediaTek Dimensity 800 5G chipset. The listing also has 6GB/8GB RAM options and 64GB/128GB storage variants (Supports expansion).
Honor X10 Max packs with a 4900mAh (5000mAh typical) battery that supports 22.5W fast charging. The phone runs the latest Android 10 (Magic UI 3.1).