​Huawei Mate 10: The World’s First Kirin AI Processor

Posted on 11 December 2017 Tags: Android, Mobile Phones, smart phones

It wouldn’t be wrong to say that Huawei has a potential to compete with tech giants like Apple, Google, and Samsung. The company has not just upgraded the device’s specs, but considerably improved its performance as well.

The good part with their new Huawei Mate 10 is that you can enjoy premium smartphone quality at a low budget. Now, Huawei Mate 10 has debuted with Huawei’s Kirin 970 processor and dual-camera phone co-engineered with German company Leica. Let’s find out what are the other features this device offers.

Specifications

The Mate 10 is one of the fastest phones on the market. The brand has equipped it with Huawei’s Kirin 970 processor. The manufacturer states that the processor runs with a neural processing unit (NPU), which helps with AI and offers additional processing power.

The handset is sleek and attractive. The screen is big and beautiful – 5.9 inch, which is actually useful when it comes to reading or watching TV shows and movies with a 2,560×1, 440-pixel resolution. The bezels are slim and less annoying. The Mate 10 comes with 4GB of RAM. It offers thrilling 4,000mAh battery, which is good enough to run your device for several hours.

Dual-lens Cameras

The dual-lens cameras are a treat for casual photographers. Now you can capture high-quality photos and yes, selfies too. Since Huawei had launched the dual-lens cameras months before the release of iPhone 7, now standing out amongst its rivals, the brand incorporated technology from Leica, a high-end German photography company to give you a jaw-dropping photography experience.

You will get a combination of 12 and 20-megapixel lens on the back along with 8-megapixel wide-angle selfie camera on the front. What is even more exciting? The company says AI power, loaded in the Mate 10, will enable the device to identify various scenarios including food, cats, dogs, flowers, and people. It will optimize the camera accordingly as well.

Photo by: Huawei

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