Honor 10 Launch: What You Need To Know
We are now officially less than 24 hours from the Honor 10’s grand unveiling in London tomorrow afternoon. You can live stream the event here, however prior to the big event, we’ve compiled a list of the most important things you need to know.
The Honor 10 is fuelled by the same processor as the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro.
The Kirin 970 was introduced by Huawei to bring AI features to their devices and ‘take them beyond the competition’. The chipset delivers about 25 times the performance of four Cortex-A73 Cores with 50 times greater energy efficiency. Indeed, it’s power demands are very low, meaning the Honor 10 will not over or under heat. In a benchmark test, an impressive 2000 images were processed a minute.
There IS a notch
It’s been debated by many. The Honor 10 WILL include a notch and similarly has a large fingerprint sensor below the screen. We hope that this inclusion will be drowned out by the device’s 5.84-inch, LCD Full HD display of 1080 x 2280, but the notch has gained many critics.
The device will feature Huawei’s AI 2.0 technology
Honor claims that this technology (possible due to the Kirin 970 processor), enables better portrait selfies, an advanced self-timer and enhanced face detection. AI uses automatic camera settings in order to take better quality pictures. The device will boast a 24MP front camera and a 24MP + 16MP dual shooter on the rear.
Available in a range of variants
We do not yet know the pricing structure of the Honor 10, however claims suggest that the device will be available with two memory variants; 64GB internal storage with 6GB, and 128GB with the same RAM offering.
Similarly, the device, which is rumoured to be crafted with aluminium and glass, will be available in four different colour options, reportedly; Mirage Purple, Mirage Blue, Magic Night Black and Grey Gull.