Chinese smartphone-maker Huawei continues to surprise the tech-hungry world with its highly innovative smartphone designs that can rival the Cupertino and Seoul based tech giants’ portfolio. The Honor View 10 may not have the Galaxy badge or the Apple logo, but it sure has all the bragging rights in the world to be considered as one of the planet’s best.
In a world that is super crazy about super-thin, bezel-less and ultra-powerful smartphones, the View 10 comes off as a venerable alternative to mainstream handsets complete with an aluminum body and a scratch-resistant front glass. With close to 79 percent of its body occupied by an 18:9 aspect ratio 5.99-inch Full View LTPS IPS LCD display with 1080×2160 pixels for a pixel density of 403, the View 10 truly deserves an honor for screen display elegance.
Perhaps the only lament of major phone geeks about the View 10 and Huawei, in general, is its use of a non-Snapdragon or non-MediaTek processor. Instead, it creates its own chip, the HiSilicon Kirin 970, to go with 4 cores each of A73 and A53 Cortexes mated to a G71 MP12 from Mali. This should be enough to run a variety of intensely-rich games and multimedia experiences running on the Oreo especially when the 6GB RAM spec sheet is adhered to.
At the back of the Honor View 10 is a dual camera system coming with a 20-megapixel black-and-white monochrome shooter mated to a 16-megapixel RGB with an aperture of f/1.8. Shutterbugs will love the phase detection system and 2x lossless zoom in lieu of a DSLR’s optical zoom. Up front is a 13-megapixel shooter with a f/2.0 aperture for perfect selfies.
The Huawei Honor View 10 is no iPhone. It’s no Galaxy either. However, the View 10 does come with its own unique charm.
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