HUAWEI’s “e-brand” Honor launched in Manila last week its latest flagship smartphone, Honor 10.
Honor introduced its latest handset with its sights on the millennial market. Initially priced at P23,990 (via e-commerce site, Shopee), the Honor 10 features artificial intelligence (AI) applied chiefly to the smartphone’s dual camera, with f1.8 aperture, and 4K video recording. Aside from a bokeh mode, which is increasingly becoming a standard feature among smartphones these days, the Honor 10 also boasts real-time recognition of over 500 scenarios across 22 categories, as well as a variety of shooting modes to select from.
In terms of its hardware, the Honor 10 is also powered by an independently built-in NPU processor with the 4GB RAM 128GB ROM storage that gives sufficient space to stock all your exciting moments recorded in galleries, applications and files. The Honor 10 also comes with Honor Super Charge 5V/4.5A with the 3,400 mAh (typical value) battery and can recharge 50% of power within 25 minutes.