Huawei Reveals AI-Powered Faster Phone Chip That Will Beat Apple And Samsung
Huawei is aiming to use artificial intelligence-powered features such as instant image recognition. This feature from Huawei is aimed to take on rivals Samsung and Apple when it releases its new flagship smartphone, Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, next month.
Huawei's chief executive of consumer business, Richard Yu, on Saturday revealed a powerful new mobile phone chip Huawei is betting on for its upcoming flagship smartphone Mate 10 and other high-end phones. The chip is aimed to deliver faster processing and lower power consumption, as reported by Business Standard.
Huawei is said to launch the Mate 10 flagship and its sister phone, the Mate 10 Pro, in Munich on October 16, Richard Yu said. He also declined to detail new features, but the smartphone is expected to boast large, 6-inch-plus full-screen displays.
According to Yu, the Artificial intelligence (AI) will come inbuilt into its new chips, which can help make phones more personalized, or anticipate the actions and interests of their users. For examples, Richard Yu has explained that Artificial intelligence can facilitate real-time language translation, heed voice commands, or take advantage of augmented reality, which overlays text, sounds, graphics and video on real-world images phone users see in front of them, as reported by Venture Beat.
Huawei has described the new Artificial Intelligence chip as the first Neural Processing Unit (NPU) for flagships. This chip will bring together classic computing, graphics, image and digital signal processing power, that have typically needed separate chips, taking up more space and slowing interaction between features within phones.
The Huawei is aiming to use Kirin chips to differentiate its smartphone flagships from a broad set of competitors, including Samsung, who are overwhelming depends on the rival Snapdragon chips from Qualcomm. Only Apple and Huawei, among major smartphone makers currently, depended on their own core processors.
Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 Will Reportedly Feature Snapdragon 836 SoC And Android 8.0 Oreo
Xiaomi will take the wraps off a new Mi Mix 2 in Beijing on September 11 and a new leak suggests the device will be powered by a Snapdragon 836 processor.
Xiaomi Mi A1 Appears On Geekbench [Specs and Features]
Xiaomi is planning to launch a new series of a smartphone with dual cameras on September 5. The smartphone is expected to be the first Android One handset from the company designed in collaboration with Google.
Apple iPhone 8 Releasing on September 12: Everything We Know So Far
Apple will likely reveal the iPhone 8 during the company’s press event on September 12, which will take place at 10 a.m PST in the Steve Jobs Theater at the new Apple Park campus in Cupertino.
Moto X4 Promo Videos Are Here! Full Specs and Features
Moto X4, the new Motorola smartphone, has been unveiled at IFA 2017. Motorola Moto X4 comes with dual-rear cameras with some smart features built-in.
How to Start Your Photography Career: Check Out these Best Smartphones 2020
Instead of buying yourself a camera, why not start with a phone to begin your photography career?
MORE IN ITECHPOST
Android Users Now Have Dark Mode in G Suite Apps: Here's How to Enable It And Why It's Important
Have you wanted to have night mode on the G Suite apps? Look no further, dark mode is now coming to the G Suite apps on Android! Here's how you can enable it and why you need it.
[Watch] NASA Announces Week Update: What Happened to the Artemis Program?
Could we be closer to getting to the moon? NASA provides updates on the progress.
How to Be a Good Team Owner in the New 'F1 2020'
With the new Formula 1 racing game developed by Codemasters about to be released to the general public, players are wondering in anticipation of what makes this F1 2020 game different from its predecessors.