Honor, one of the twin mark smartphone brands possessed by Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, revealed a string of new technologies on Monday to exhibit its proceeded with effort in pushing forward the technical boundaries for smart phones.
The move came as Honor accomplished 150 percent year-on-year development in overseas markets while keeping up its situation as China’s leading ecommerce smartphone brand.
Xiong Junmin, general supervisor of Honor product, said the organization has created Link Turbo innovation, an artificial intelligence powered feature that permits simultaneous downloading by means of Wi-Fi and 4G systems for greatest throughput.
The feature will allow Honor’s smartphones to conveniently switch from Wi-Fi to 4G when the former becomes slow, reducing the trouble of switching between the two manually when the connection speed changes.
The company said on Monday that its Honor V20 model, due to be released on Dec 26, will include an all-screen display with just a circular front camera cutout. Such a design will offer an impressive screen-to-body ratio since it features a hole in the display for the front camera. The hole will be about just 4.5 millimeters in width, outdoing its competitors’ 6 millimeters, Honor said.
In 2018, Honor accomplished 150 percent year-on-year development in overseas markets. More significantly, it has achieved the main five of every various foreign countries. In Russia, for example, it is now the No 2 smartphone vendor, as per company Canalys research.
The company reported on Monday that its Honor 10 model is currently officially available in Hong Kong, marking its first foray into the region.
Michael Gold, editorial manager of The Economist Intelligence Unit, a market research unit affiliated with The Economist magazine, said artificial intelligence is widely regarded the most important supply-chain innovation in the next five years.
Product design development and product quality could be most positively affected from AI Advancements, as per the unit’s survey of around 325 respondents, a large portion of whom are presidents and senior executives in China, Germany, Japan, South Korea and the United States.