Huawei Honor 10 has a notched IPS screen that is 5.84 inches in size and 19: 9 format. The screen of Honor 10 offers a resolution of 1080 × 2280 pixels. It’s screen is protected by Gorilla Glass technology and having a pixel density of 432 ppi. Here is the Huawei Honor 10 Review with all details by Picked Box.
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Performance and Design of Huawei Honor 10
Honor 10 takes its power from the Kirin 970 processor. Thanks to this processor, the phone is very successful in performance. The most striking feature is that it has a fingerprint reader embedded on the screen.
It has 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. The rear of Honor 10 features a 16 megapixel + 24 megapixel Dual Camera. The 24 megapixel front camera features an F/2.0 aperture and portrait mode.
The Processor: Kirin 970
RAM: 6 GB
Memory: 64 GB – 128 GB
Display Resolution: 1080 x 2280
Rear Camera: up to 5 megapixel (2592 x 1944 pixels)
Front Camera: 24 Megapixel
Operating system: Android OREO + EMUI
Battery: 3400 mAh
Huawei Honor 10’s size is 149.6 x 71.2 x 7.7 mm and it’s weight is 153 grams. The phone is powered by a 3400 mAh battery, while using a USB Type-C Port.
Camera Features of Huawei Honor 10
Huawei Honor 10 features an artificial dual rear camera with 24 MP+16 MP Resolution. Supported by an artificial intelligence unit, the rear camera can recognize more than 500 scenarios in 22 categories in real time. The camera recognizes the sky, plants, people and animals and instantly determines their position in the frame and optimizes the shooting settings.
In Honor 10, artificial intelligence is also integrated into the front camera. 24 MP Resolution front camera will benefit from artificial intelligence unit. With 3D Face Detection support, it detects more than 100 points on a human face and recognises details in pixel-level sharpness.
The front camera at Huawei Honor 10 also supports Studio lighting effects in various lighting conditions. With advanced face recognition, you can capture the fine details of everyone’s face in so-called ‘grofie’ shots while applying the perfect bokeh effect.