The Honor Magic 2 smartphone that comes with a retractable slide has launched in Beijing, China.
Huawei’s newest providing from its sub-brand has a slider design that hides its entrance cameras to supply a close to full-view display screen for its 6.39-inch show. Customers can slide the cameras out for selfies.
It’s the successor to the Honor Magic — by which the corporate highlighted its synthetic intelligence (AI) options — that was launched in 2016.
The Honor Magic 2 has 24-megapixel triple-lens digicam in its rear, and the retractable 16-megapixel triple-lens entrance digicam that additionally affords 3D facial recognition.
The smartphone boasts a Huawei flagship Kirin 980 processor, in-display fingerprint sensors, and its Yoyo digital assistant.
Gross sales of the cellphone will start in China on November 6.
The Honor Watch was unveiled alongside the Magic 2. It’s the first smartwatch from Huawei to hold the Honor model, and comes with a 1.2-inch AMOLED display screen, double-sided straps, and a coronary heart price monitor. The smartwatch will roll out in January 2019.
In August, Huawei additionally launched the Honor Play, a smartphone marketed as a gaming cellphone, in Asia.
Huawei has efficiently packed mid-range telephones with flagship features, and has chipped away at Samsung’s market share.
Regardless of its sluggish share efficiency, Xiaomi noticed a notable smartphone cargo progress in 2018 because it accomplished its annual goal two months forward of plan.
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Huawei’s push into synthetic intelligence know-how has seen it unveil two chips, a neural networks compute structure, a improvement toolkit, and a cloud coaching framework throughout AI.
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