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The Honor 10 is unrivalled in AI photography and design
This sponsored post is brought to you by Honor.
Honor wants to stand-out in a crowded market of high-end smartphones. The recently-launched Honor 10 does just that, at least in two respects. With a unique design and AI supported photos, this flagship phone offers something different.
Thanks to innovative AI technology, both the front and rear cameras on the Honor 10 allow you to take professional-looking photos every time you shoot.
On the rear the Honor 10 boasts a 24MP and 16MP dual-lens AI camera, supported by the NPU processor in the Kirin 970 chipset. This AI technology allows the camera to recognize 500+ scenarios from 22 categories in real-time. It can pinpoint the outlines of various surrounding objects, like the sky, plants, people or even a waterfall, and identify their locations instantly.
This feature is supported by the industry-first Semantic Image Segmentation technology, which allows the Honor 10 to identify multiple objects in a single image. It is here where the Honor 10 really stands out from the crowd. Scene-specific parameters are automatically applied to each photo in real-time when taking a picture, making every photo you take a professional shot with just one click.
The camera settings are automatically optomized for every shot.
The front camera on the Honor 10 is also 24MP and utilizes AI technology. It supports 3D face recognition, optimizes facial details and detects over a hundred facial points to pixel-level accuracy.
The Honor 10 front camera also supports studio lighting effects with a range of lighting conditions. The advanced and precise facial recognition ensures an accurate bokeh, and captures subtle features of everyone’s face, even in a group shot. In a quest for the perfect selfie it’s the ideal companion.
The design of this smartphone is something to behold. The back of the Honor 10 is made up of 15 layers of 3D glass, providing a colorful radiance from every angle. This ‘aurora glass’ is a result of world-class industrial techniques and sophisticated engineering processes.
This effect is complemented by two iconic new colors specially created at The Paris Aesthetics Center: Phantom Blue and Phantom Green. If these vibrant choices are too flashy for you, the Honor 10 is also available in Midnight Black and Phantom Grey. Using a specialist design facility to create unique colors shows just how much consideration has gone in to the design of this smartphone.
On the face, the Honor 10 boasts a 5.84 inch FullView, Full HD+ screen, with a 19:9 bezel-less display and 86 percent screen-to-body ratio. It achieves this by embodying an industry-first ultrasonic fingerprint sensor under the glass. While the display only extends down to the sensor, the glass continues to the edge providing a flush, minimalist look.
The Honor 10 launched globally on 15 May. At £399.99 in the UK it’s significantly more affordable than most flagship smartphones. It’s certainly a lifestyle choice, so if you’re a fan of innovation, design, or just beautifully taken photos, then look no further.
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