BANGKOK, May 31, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Aurora is not an unfamiliar word to most people. In chilly area near the Arctic Circle, aurora takes place nearly every day. It’s stunning and beautiful and many people make seeing aurora once in their life as one of the biggest dreams. There are also many assumptions and legends about what it consists of. It’s not always easy to see aurora, however, people in Thailandcan see the aurora with the arrival of Honor 10 on 23rd May in Bangkok.
In Ancient Roman myth, Aurora is a beautiful goddess. She is the goddess of the dawn since in Greek, Aurora (Έως) also stands for the first light from dark night to day. Every morning she flies to the sky and announces the arrival of dawn to the world. People are grateful to Aurora since she brings hope and life to the world. Nowadays, aurora is considered as a beautiful gift and people spend lifetime seeing aurora once to embrace hope and life.
In Thailand, many famous travelers go to Finland to see aurora and take beautiful pictures. They share the breath-taking photos in their social accounts and therefore, even more people are expecting to see it. Except for its stunning beauty, they also believe that if they can see aurora, even just once, they would be lucky forever. If couples can see aurora together, they would be bound together forever.
However, it’s not always easy to see aurora. Sometimes even if you fly for hours to go to Finland, you still have to wait for days to get a glimpse of ever changing colors of aurora due to the unstable weather.
But now, you don’t have to fly for hours to get close to Arctic Circle but can see the aurora just inThailand. With the arrival of Honor 10 on 23rd May in Bangkok, two major ground-breaking and industry leading smartphone technologies were brought to consumers. One is advanced AI technology, and this is applied primarily to Honor 10’s smartphone photography and endorsed by Speos, the leader of higher education in professional photography in France. The other is the new CMF design technology which shapes the phone into a real beauty.
As the latest member of the Honor-N series family, Honor 10 represents the brand’s best design capability. Honor 10 designers combined their love for aesthetics with a passion for engineering when developing the glass phone design. They were inspired by the contemporary use of aerial net sculptures, made of layers upon layers which create depth and impact, where light flows freely and reveals a spectacular shape of lightness. When turning the Honor 10, you can see different colors from different angles.
“Color directly influences the soul. Color is the keyboard, the eyes are the hammers, the soul is the piano with many strings.” says Wassily Kandinsky, Russian painter and art theorist.
Immersed in art history and the digital world, the Honor 10 brings a stunning combination of colors to consumers — the Phantom Blue and Phantom Green. These two iconic and ground-breaking colors were created at The Paris Aesthetics Center, where the creativity and enthusiasm of Honor engineers and designers came to life.
These ever-changing colors offers the same beauty of aurora. This summer, if you want to own your aurora, you can go to Lazada (https://bit.ly/2xk56kP) and pre-order an Honor 10 from 24th May to 5thJune. You can also feel the stunning colors of Honor 10 by yourself in CSC and TG FONE stores and pre-order from 24th May to 7th June. Color, Materials, Finish (CMF) is an area of industrial design.
 It is also available in Midnight Black and Glacier Grey.
Honor is a leading smartphone e-brand under the Huawei Group. In line with its slogan, “For the Brave”, the brand was created to meet the needs of digital natives through internet-optimized products that offer superior user experiences, inspire action, foster creativity and empower the youthto achieve their dreams. In doing this, Honor has set itself apart by showcasing its own bravery to do things differently and taking the steps needed to usher in the latest technologies and innovations for its customers.
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