Honor 10 just landed with chameleon body, AI camera, and nice price

Honor 10 just landed with chameleon body, AI camera, and nice price

We also already did some exclusive hands-on pictures so if you want to know more, head over here to check it out. Glass and color on this device were created at the The Paris Aesthetics Center, resulting in the next-gen tones Phantom Blue and Phantom Green.

The colour variants are also very interesting with the Honor 10.

OnePlus 5T is among top competitors of Honor 10.

In addition to the screen cutout on top, Honor 10 also has a bottom bezel like the Huawei P20 smartphones.Honor 10 features Qualcomm's ultrasonic fingeprint sensor which is placed at the bottom bezel.

The Honor 10 takes a lot of inspiration from the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro, if you were to talk about looks and feel. The phone has dimensions of 149.6x71.2x7.7mm and weighs 153 grams. It's slightly heavier though, at 165g to the Honor 10's 153g. It also might have a larger battery capacity and it certainly has an appealing design. The Honor 10 may be the fourth phone from the Chinese brand's stables to have the Kirin 970 SoC, but for Honor and the Honor 10, it can be said that it's the boldest manifestation of the brand's AI-first vision. The device is powered by company's in-house octa-core Kirin 970 chipset along with Mali G72 MP12 GPU. That's a high-end chipset, so you can expect solid performance from either phone. The 4GB RAM and 64GB/128GB ROM storage gives sufficient space to stock all your exciting moments recorded in galleries, apps and files.

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The Indian price will be clear once the phone will be launch in India, possibly until the next Tuesday we will get more details on the phone.

Both phones run Android Oreo overlaid with EMUI 8.1, so there's nothing to choose there, and as they're both similarly new they may well get supported with updates for the same period of time.

The camera set-up isn't quite as extravagant as the P20 Pro, but it still packs a decent 24MP and 16MP dual-camera with f/1.8 aperture on the rear which then uses the NPU to adjust shots automatically. The backside camera works with "AI 2.0" technology, which means it's going to be able to identify locations by the objects it sees - we'll see about that. In the photography department, Honor 10 sports a dual-camera setup at the rear which includes a 16-megapixel and 24-megapixel sensors. It also comes with 3D'Portrait Lighting' feature. With Honor 10, the Business will Attempt to remain even more competitive.

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 (Rs 27,999) As for optics, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 houses a 12MP Sony IMX386 primary sensor with 4-axis OIS, f/2.0 aperture and dual tone LED flash. We will be bringing out the full review of the Honor 10, so stay tuned for that.