THe GoPro Hero 10 will feature a GP2 processor, which will significantly boost performance with support for 5.3K videos shot at 60fps and 4K videos at 120fps.
GoPro has been the most popular action cam for almost a decade now. The company has been releasing its new iteration of action cam every year without fail. Even last year, amidst the pandemic, the GoPro Hero 9 was released at the regular schedule, i.e., in September. Now, the company is gearing up to launch the much-awaited GoPro Hero 10 soon.
According to marketing materials and packaging seen by WinFuture, the upcoming action cam will feature a GP2 processor, which will provide a significant boost in performance with support for 5.3K videos shot at 60fps and 4K videos at 120fps. That's an improvement from 5K30 and 4K60 on last year's flagship.
The Hero 10 Black can also record super slow-motion at 2.7K and 240fps for even more motion control but at reduced resolution. There's also an improvement in the image sensor, as it will come with 23 megapixels, compared to 20 megapixels last year.
GoPro's excellent in-camera software stabilization will also receive an update to HyperSmooth 4.0 and TimeWarp 3.0 for time-lapse videos. It would be able to offer "gimbal-like stabilization," as per the leaked GoPro marketing materials. Features like watertight housing up to a depth of 10 meters, touch and voice control, and front and rear displays carry over from last year. The device's pricing has not been revealed yet, but it is expected to remain at the same $399 range.