Almost everything related to GoPro Hero10 Black leaks ahead of launch

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It looks like GoPro is prepping to launch its next-generation Hero action camera. To recall, the company had unveiled the Hero 9 Black action camera in India last year around October. It came with a new design, added display on the front, included support for an add-on super ultrawide camera and more. This time around, as per the leaks, the GoPro Hero 10 isn’t getting a major design overhaul. However, the company is tipped to be adding new features to the device.

According to a WinFuture report, the GoPro Hero10 Black will look similar to the Hero9. It might be the same size, retain the front display and offer the same looks. However, we can notice a change in the colour scheme. The GoPro logo is now coloured in the company’s blue colour. That being said, most of the major changes lie inside the camera. The device is touted to come equipped with a new GP2 processor, which is said to bring a significant boost in performance that will support refresh rates.

The GoPro Hero10 Black could have support for a 5.3K video recording at 60fps, 4K recording at 120fps and 2.7K recording at 240fps. Moreover, it is getting a sensor upgrade too. As per the report, the upcoming GoPro camera will offer a maximum photo resolution of 23MP, as compared to 20MP on the Hero 9 Black. Moreover, the upcoming GoPro camera is said to come with HyperSmooth 4.0 to offer “gimbal-like stabilisation.”

Other features include 10 metres of water resistance, TimeWarp 3.0, support for RAW photos, SuperPhoto, HDR, etc. There is no word on the pricing and availability at the moment. The device could be launched on September 15. The GoPro Hero10 Black price is tipped to be around 539.99 euros (approx. ₹47,000) without the annual GoPro Quik subscription. The price seems to have been increased by 50 euros as compared to the predecessor. “One possible reason for this could be due to the chip crisis and bottlenecks of poor availability of various components and materials,” says the report.