Recently advertised as “the real AI phone”, the “EntireView” flagship set to unveil on October 16 is all of a sudden called as “not a smartphone” in a 50-second video.
The world’s third-largest mobile device manufacturer during the first half of the current year surely wants to put on a show to introduce a product that could strengthen its newly gained second position.
This game-changing gadget “sees”, “thinks” and “learns” with built-in AI, increasing the user’s productivity by nearly following patterns and habits, intuitively providing help and support to become a true “intelligent machine.”
That’s both interesting and unclear enough to make us curious about the Kirin 970 “mobile AI computing platform.” After all, artificial intelligence and machine learning are amazingly significant areas of development for smartphones and computers in general, but all these concepts still tend to feel gimmicky and experimental for the time being.
Maybe the upcoming Huawei flagship can take the technology to the next level very soon, making the Mate 10 (Pro) feel “alive”, with the potential to “unlock your potential.” If not, at least we know it’s coming to pack quite a punch, ditch bezels almost altogether, reach mind-blowing download speeds and take sharp photos with minimal effort.
Maybe Huawei can truly take the technology to the next level in just a few weeks, making the Mate 10 (Pro) feel “alive”, filled up with the potential to “unlock your potential.” If not, at least we know it’s going to be something beyond a smartphone, ditch bezels almost altogether, reach incredible download speeds and take sharp photos with less effort.