AI camera for photos with star appeal
The most outstanding feature of the new Honor flagship is probably the dual-lens main camera: the 24MP + 16MP camera impresses with its artificial intelligence and fast and efficient image recognition. This enables it to capture 22 objects and scenes in real time and differentiate between various motifs.
There is also an absolute novelty: semantic screen splitting. Various objects are categorized in a photo and optimally displayed accordingly. For example, if the best friend on holiday is photographed in front of the Grand Canyon in bright sunshine, Honor 10 recognizes the objects "person", "landscape" and "sky" thanks to AI. These objects are then individually optimized and then reassembled to create an excellent photo.
Optimum lighting for every selfie
If you want to stand out even more from the crowd, the 24 MP front camera is the ideal solution. To shoot the perfect portrait, Honor 10 uses face recognition that captures 126 points on the face. Each face is analyzed in detail and optimally brought into focus. In addition, there are five different lighting modes in the portrait mode of the main and front camera. Thus, for example, the light of a photo studio is simulated and the photos are given a certain star appeal. Honor has added the "4-in-1 Light Fusion" function as a great feature on-top. In a dark environment, the front camera intelligently synthesizes 1.8μm pixels. It can process four times the light-sensitive area so that it can also capture and brighten the face during night shots.
In addition to AI, Honor 10 also offers great augmented reality features: The fans and followers can create cool AR effects such as hearts, flashes or rainbows with different hand gestures with both the front and the main camera. In addition, there are 16 AR effects that can be triggered by the face, making masks or cat ears appear on the heads of the community, for example. In addition, Honor 10 provides 14 AR backgrounds that the community can easily create for itself.
Fingerprint sensor under glass
Another innovation that was previously reserved for more expensive smartphones: a fingerprint sensor under glass (but not under the screen). Alternatively, the Honor 10 can also be unlocked using the face unlock function.
An eye-catcher: the Aurora glass back
Honor 10 comes in the new colours "Phantom Blue" and "Phantom Green", which together with black and silver make up the look of the smartphone. The new Aurora glass back shows, depending on the angle, different colours that create a mysterious effect. This back fits seamlessly into the 7.7 mm thin glass housing, resulting in a four-sided rounded smartphone that fits comfortably in the hand. On the front of the smartphone, the 5.84 FHD+ display in the modern 19:9 format is just as elegant. The notch display thus offers an excellent screen-to-body ratio of 80%, which means that hardly any screen space is wasted.
Android 8.1 and EMUI 8.1 for top performance
To really stand out from the crowd, not only a beautiful exterior and excellent photos are enough; it also depends on inner values. With Android 8.1 and EMUI 8.1, Honor provides the latest software features.…more