Honor just confirmed yesterday that the X10 will arrive with a 90Hz display and a 180Hz touch-sensing digitizer. On the same news day, camera details of the Honor X10 revealed along with information about a camera with a periscope. Honor’s teased a few photo samples today, several taken with the Honor X10. The images have been posted to the handle of Honor’s Weibo and show the low-light capabilities of the camera.
The post also details the shooting location conditions which were right across from Mount Everest. The temperature was minus 20 C and above sea level at 5,200 metres. The scene looks rather dark as it was at 1:52AM.
In view of these conditions, the details captured are well-detailed in the snowy areas of the bottom and left side of the frame. The mountain peak in the distance is also clear. You can clearly see the reflection of the moonlight in the water as well. Overall, the image looks natural, but it feels like the real-life brightness of the scene is somewhere between the first and second images.
The 40MP IMX600Y did especially well to capture the scene, judging from those images (which were compressed when uploaded). The Honor X10 is equipped with an RYYB filter, so the camera is more sensitive to light, and this main camera setup is based on the same Huawei P30 Pro primary camera.
A full launch of the Honor X10 Pro is planned on May 20th. The chipset operated by Kirin 820 and is scheduled to arrive with 5G support. Reports suggest an ultra-wide camera with 8MP and a macro camera with 2MP. Other reported specs include a 6.63-inch FHD+ LCD screen, a 22.5W fast-charging 4300 mAh battery, 6 GB + 64 GB memory, and a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.