Skip to content

How does Honor 10X Lite take pictures? | PHOTO mania

We recently reviewed the Honor 10X Lite, so it’s time to take a closer look at how to take photos. The Honor 10X Lite has a 48 MP main sensor, 8 MP ultra-widescreen and two 2 MP sensors.

Honor 10X Lite: Specifications

The main 48 MP lens has a brightness of 1.8, a sensor size of 1 / 2.0 ″ and a single pixel size of 0.8 micrometers. Supports autofocus with phase detection. The ultra-wide sensor has 8 MP, a brightness of 2.4 and an angle of view of 120˚. The size of the sensor is 1 / 4.0 ″ and the size of the individual pixels is 1.12 micrometers. Finally, two more 2-megapixel sensors remain, which are a macro and a depth sensor. Both have an identical luminosity of 2.4.

Cameras: 48 MP, f / 1.8, 26mm (main), 1 / 2.0 ″, 0.8µm, PDAF
8 MP, f / 2.4, 120˚ (ultra wide), 1 / 4.0 ″, 1.12µm
2 MP, f / 2.4, (macro)
2 MP, f / 2.4, (depth)
8 MP, f / 2.0, (selfie)
Video: 1080p 30/60 fps, Selfie: 1080p 30 fps

Honor 10X Lite: Gallery

The gallery contains mostly standard features, which you will find in most mobile phones. In the More category, you will find additional elements, such as Super macro mode (ie ordinary macro), High resolution (creating photos with a resolution of 48 MP) and then only things that you will find in almost every mobile phone.

An interesting addition is artificial intelligence (AI), which can identify the scene and adjust its camera settings. Huawei claims that it can identify more than 20 scenes in this way. I managed to find only a few of them – Dog, Cat, Autumn Leaves, Sunrise / Sunset, Snow, Greenery, Plant, Food, Interior, Text and maybe a few others that I will not remember.


As you can see, photos taken through the main lens and in enough light are very good. Other photos (macro, night photos or ultra-wide) are no longer of such quality. Even photos from the front camera can capture quite a decent amount of detail in enough ambient light.


Honor 10X Lite can record FullHD videos at 30 or 60 frames per second. It’s a common value in this price range, as well as the fact that the phone doesn’t even have electronic video stabilization. The result is shaky videos like the ones below:

Show off your photos

Do you own Honor 10X Lite? Show what photos you took with him in our PHOTO Mania. In addition to bragging to the world about your great photography skills, you can help others buy a phone by giving them more photos to decide.

Feel free to contribute your photos to PHOTO Mania, even if you don’t own this phone. Every week we select photos for our Reader’s Photo of the Week poll.

How does the competition take photos?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.