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The Honor V10 leaked a few days ago, but the London event finally took place last night. So what’s there to know about the new smartphone?
The chipset, which consists of four high-powered A73 cores and four lightweight A53 cores, also packs a Neural Processing Unit for AI calculations. So what’s the Honor V10 doing with the machine learning grunt?
Well, Huawei’s Honor website lists AI voice assistance, a “wisdom assistant”, translation and face unlocking as a few tasks enabled by the NPU. At least that’s what Google Translate says.
The Honor V10 offers the same chipset and AI-powered experience as the Mate 10, but ups the main camera to 16MP
We also get the same AI-powered camera experience, being capable of recognising up to 13 scenes and adjusting settings accordingly. Speaking of camera features, you’re looking at a 16MP main shooter and a 20MP monochrome camera, both packing f/1.8 apertures from the looks of it. Look at the selfie camera and you’re getting a 13MP shooter.
Other noteworthy specs include Android Oreo, a 3750mAh battery, 5.99-inch 2160×1080 (18:9) LCD screen, 4GB or 6GB of RAM, 64GB or 128GB of storage, a front fingerprint scanner and (yes) a headphone jack.
Another interesting feature listed on the website includes a “game assistant” to improve visual quality, decrease latency and block alerts.
The 4GB/64GB Honor V10 is listed for RMB2699 (R5595 as a straight conversion).