We are deep into the mid festive slump but, for some of us, work has to carry on for a few more days before the shenanigans of the New Year begin. In an effort to cheer you all up, I have been busy taking pictures of the soon-to-be-released Honor View 10.
This is the phone that is going to be pitching itself against the likes of the One Plus 5T when it hits the shelves in the next few weeks.
I have been pretty impressed with the camera on this phone as it has been able to catch some very good pictures in a mix of conditions. The day that I was taking most of these pictures was, to be fair, a sunny and crisp winters morning. I have not yet had the chance to test the phone in very low light conditions.
Here are a few shots to enjoy..
Here are a couple that were taken in black and white using the Monochrome mode.
As you can see the Monochrome sensor does a really good job catching the contrasting light levels, even when used to take photos into the sun. This would normally blow out the RGB sensor.
Since I started writing this article I also captured a few low light shots of our basement at Coolsmartphone Towers. They are not the most exciting picture in the world but they at least give you an idea of the sort of detail that can be picked up by the camera.
I have to say that overall I am pretty impressed by the camera. It is returning some good high-quality shots and is in my opinion punching well into the Huawei Mate 10 Pro category for images. This is not all that surprising given that the hardware is very similar between the two.
I will need to test the camera further to be totally conclusive but, from these initial first impressions, I am very happy.
I hope that you enjoy the pictures and rest assured that my full review is being prepared at the moment.
Oh and Happy New Year to one and all!