Coolpad X10 5G mobile phone released, equipped with Tiger Ben T7510 processor

On August 12th, Coolpad officially launched its first 5G mobile phone product — Coolpad X10 5G, which is equipped with the domestic chip Tiger Ben T7510 processor and adopts a water drop full-screen design. The 4+128GB version is priced at 1,388 yuan (USD $198) , and the 6+128GB version is priced at 1,588 yuan (USD $227) , which will be officially launched on August 20.

According to reports, the Coolpad X10 5G mobile phone is equipped with the Tiger Ben T7510 processor, which is a 5G chip under Unigroup Zhanrui. It adopts 4 A75 2.0GHz large cores + 4 A55 1.8GHz small cores. The internal integrated Ivy V510 baseband supports SA. /NSA dual-mode networking and 5G mainstream frequency bands such as N41/N78/N79.

The fuselage is equipped with a 6.5-inch LCD water drop screen with a screen-to-body ratio of 93.07%. The back is designed with a 3D curved body made of glass. It has three different colors: night black, streamer white, and charm blue. It is also equipped with a 13 million pixel front lens, a rear 21 million pixel main camera + 5 million pixel depth of field + 2 million pixel intelligent imaging lens, a rear fingerprint recognition scheme, and a built-in 4600mAh high-capacity battery.

As the first 5G mobile phone launched by Coolpad, X10 5G is positioned at the entry-level low-end level. Although the configuration is not particularly eye-catching, the special point is that it is equipped with the domestically produced Huben T7510 5G chip. Its actual performance is still something to look forward to. , I believe that more low-end 5G mobile phone products will use domestic chips in the future, so that more consumers can upgrade to 5G mobile phones faster.