On Sunday, Honor hosted an event at CES to showcase the View 10’s AI-related features. At the event was a Microsoft Technical Fellow and AI expert who has worked with Honor to bring unique NPU applications, including live offline translation capabilities, to the View 10. In addition, Honor has been answering questions in the the Q&A thread in the forums, so if you have anything else you want to know, go post there.
Over the past week we’ve been collecting questions posed by the community, and we were able to ask several of those questions live at the event. Honor has provided prizes for the best ones, including two smart scales, three Honor wristbands, and yes, two Honor View 10 phones.
The winners of the phones are: shashi_cool and iamsabresh. Congratulations! Their questions were:
Can artificial intelligence-based translation learn new slang words and styles to improve translation output? Can the output be personalized? For example, we talk with friends in different ways than we communicate more formally with others.
I am interested with the View 10’s capabilities as a point and shoot device. As a person who loves taking pictures (eg: street, views, landscapes and such), how confident are you with your NPU and AI when it comes to taking pictures? How is it compared to your competitors?
|Honor View 10||Specs|
|Chipset||Kirin 970 with NPU|
|RAM/ROM||6GB RAM/128GB ROM|
|Display||5.99″ Honor FullView 18:9 1080 x 2160p|
|Camera||16+20MP Rear, 13MP Front (both AI-powered)|