The Honor X10 Max will have RGBW LCD panel for better brightness
We’ll see the Honor X10 Max on July 2nd. But, even though the date is still relatively distant, we know almost everything about this device, thanks to a series of leaks in the past few days.
The expectation is that Honor will launch its next giant phone (let’s stop calling them Phablets, good?) Nicknamed Honor X10 Max on July 2nd. But, even though the date is still relatively distant, we know almost everything about this device, thanks to a series of leaks in the past few days. In addition, the brand itself has also begun to officially reveal some specifications on the Chinese social network Weibo. Today, it revealed that this device will feature an RGBW LCD panel.
Typically, screens found on smartphones use the RGB pixel array. But the next Honor X10 Max will come with an RGBW screen .
What is RGBW and why does it matter?
LCD panels with RGB pixel arrangement (red, blue, green) produce white color, illuminating the pixels of the color mentioned above at their highest intensity. But part of the light is weakened due to the color filters.
On the other hand, RGBW LCD panels have a dedicated white sub-pixel. Thus, the overall brightness produced by these screens is better than the conventional RGB screens found on most smartphones.
The brand even displayed the brightness capabilities of the Honor X10 Max’s screen in a video. This particular video was filmed on Midsummer’s Day (June 21), when sunlight directly hit the Tropic of Cancer.
The Honor X10 Max’s screen will be 7.09 inches, and is, according to Honor, the perfect choice for consuming content and playing games. It will be powered by a Mediatek Dimensity 5G chipset, unlike the Kirin 820 present in the Honor X10.
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