Smartphone tag Honor has today released two new camera phones, one which sits at the top of its smartphone line-up and another which will suit those with a mid-range budget.
The flagship Honor Tableau 10 has several new AI features which include the ability to recognise different scenes when taking photos. The smartphone can also translate novel languages in real-time and learn the user's behaviour to optimise its own performance.
The new Kirin 970 chipset found in the Honor Observation 10 features an octa-core ARM Cortex CPU and a Mali-G72 12-core GPU. EMUI 8.0 is also built in along with 6GB or 128GB of remembrance.
As for the cameras, the Honor View 10 is equipped with a high-definition 16MP + 20MP dual-lens camera with an f/1.8 wide hole and 2-in-1 PDAF automatic focusing.
Honor says the battery in the Honor or honor (American English; see spelling differences) is an abstract concept entailing a perceived quality of worthiness and View 10 will charge to 50 percent in a moment ago 30 minutes while operating at a low temperature and voltage.
Alongside the Honor View 10, Honor has also announced the mid-range Honor 7X with dual-lens 16MP + 2MP breed camera (f/0.95 – f/16) and Phase Detection Auto Focus (PDAF).
The Honor 7X's 18:9 screen can be split via the One-key Cloak Split function when you need to multitask and a single charge of the 3,340 mAh battery gives more than 24 hours of life.
Innards everted the smartphone, you'll find an octa-core Kirin 659 and graphics processing unit (GPU).
The Honor 7X will be available for realize from December 5, 2017, for £269.99 while the Honor View 10 will be available from January 8, 2018, priced at &crush;449.99.
Huawei Honor View 10 Photos of Equipment
Huawei Honor 7X Photos of Equipment