Registrations for the Honor View 10 to begin from December 28

Honor V10

Today, Honor has announced that the registrations for the Honor View 10 smartphone will start from December 28 on Amazon.in

The Honor View 10 comes with the mobile chipset – Kirin 970 and it runs Android Oreo with EMUI 8.0. The Huawei Kirin 970 has an inbuilt NPU (neural-network processing unit) which helps in deep learning and is at the heart of the device. The View 10 will be available in Midnight Black and Navy Blue. 

The AI-supported Kirin 970 chipset has the ability to understand what you do. It uses its intelligence while you click pictures and makes the photos look better. The facial recognition technology will help you keep your smartphone secured. 

The phone comes with a custom-tuned Microsoft Translator app which claims to do calculations 3x faster than other Android phones thanks to its NPU. It also has the capacity for enhanced power saving when the phone is not in use. The smartphone supports 6GB of RAM and comes with 128GB of internal storage.

It is equipped with a 3,750 mAh battery, which supports fast charging. 

Honor View 10

           The Honor V10 will arrive in India on January 8, read all about it.

P Sanjeev (Vice-President Sales) Huawei India-Consumer Business Group said, “Honor time and again has stirred up the smartphones industry in India, by introducing smartphone equipped with innovation and cutting-edge technologies. The Honor View 10 will redefine what a smartphone can do and showcase the superior performance of Kirin 970’s smart AI engine. We are delighted to announce the registration date today so that our consumers don’t have to wait anymore,” 

The smartphone has a 16MP + 20MP dual-lens camera setup with f/1.8 wide aperture on the primary lens. It also has a two-in-one PDAF automatic focusing tech.

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