Between a controversy and the other, CES 2018 of Las Vegas the CEO of Huawei, Richard Yu, talked about the company's future. At the US fair there was much talk of Mate 10 Pro, awarded by the team of Android Authority as "Smartphone of the Year". In this regard, he has given an interview to the well-known American portal, revealing details on the future smartphone flagship.
Huawei P11 coming with triple camera and AI functions
Since the launch of Huawei P9 we could witness a certain transformation of the brand. The terminal came presented to the public and with a dual chamber that, although it was not the first on a telephone, has in some way revolutionized the market. Since then, the company has focused heavily on the photographic quality of its devices.
And it does not surprise us, therefore, to hear about a possible Huawei P11 with lots of triple room and functions related toartificial intelligence. The Richard Yu, during the interview, said that these are the next "battlefields" for companies that want to innovate in the near future. Specifically, his goal is to bring on mobile features from DSLR related to focal length e zoom.
Huawei Mate 10 Pro - Review
- OLED display from 6 inches diagonal with resolution Full HD + 2160 x 1080 pixels, 402 PPI density and technology HDR10;
- dimensions of 154.2 x 74.5 x 7.9 mm for 178 g;
- HiSilicon octa-core processor Kirin 970;
- ARM GPU Mali-G72 MP12;
- 6 GB of LPDDR4X-1833 dual channel RAM;
- 128 GB internal memory UFS 2.1;
- rear fingerprint reader;
- dual camera back from 12 + 20 mega-pixel with opening f/ 1.6, hybrid autofocus, OIS stabilization and dual tone dual LED flash;
- front camera from 8 mega-pixels;
- certificazione IP67;
- support dual SIM 4G Full Active LTE Cat.18, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac Dual Band, Bluetooth, NFC, GPS / A-GPS / GLONASS / BeiDou;
- battery by 4000 mAh with SuperCharge charging;
- operating system Android 8.0 Oreo with interface EMUI 8.0.
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