19 April 2018
In recent times, Huawei and Honor have released smartphones with the special focus on the photography aspect. It has packed them with great camera sensors and a lot of software-based features. Honor is now reported to be taking the whole thing one step ahead with the release of Honor 10. It is said to release the Honor 10 with multi-scene detection support.
The report is coming from XDA citing a well-known and credible developer duraraa who claims to have seen a document detailing some of the Honor 10 camera technology. He refrained from sharing the document itself but shared all the important details to explain what exactly Honor has in store for users. It mentions that the Honor 10 will come with semantic image segmentation mode which will allow it to detect multiple scenes within a photo.
It will use this technology to apply appropriate filters to make the photo better than normal. There are camera samples below showing the same shot captured without and with the use of the technology. The best part is that the all of this and processing is said to take place on the device itself. Honor is said to be making use of Kirin 970's NPU for achieving this.
It should be noted that there is no way to confirm whether these claims are legit or not. We will most likely to have to wait until the Honor 10 launch to know that which is scheduled for April 19th. It means there are only three days to know what exactly Honor has in store for us.