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The Huawei P20’s AI features will come to the Mate 10 through Android 8.1 update

For owners of the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, Huawei is giving you access to the additional artificial intelligence-detected scenes introduced in the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro. The caveat is you’ll have to wait for the Android 8.1 Oreo update to hit your device. These AI-detected scenes help take the guesswork out of what settings are needed for a specific scene. Huawei introduced six on top of the 13 already available in the Mate 10s, including fireworks, document scan, waterfall, group photo, natural colors, and macro.

But if this isn’t a feature you want, the Mate 10s will also soon get the P20s’ ability to disable scene recognition. This option isn’t available to the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro at the moment. Huawei’s Richard Yu did give a specific timeline though when the update will come to these devices.

Source: Android Authority


There will be a Porsche Design version of the Huawei Mate 10

Aside from Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, it looks like we’re getting a pricier model, too. A new teaser from the Chinese company’s Facebook page shows the Huawei logo beside the Porsche Design logo. It comes with the text: “The most advanced technology meets the most expressive design on 16.10.2017. #Huaweimate10 #PorscheDesign.” We, of course, can expect a premium build and an infinitely higher price tag with this model. And if we base it off the Mate 9 Porsche Design, this model should be based off the Mate 10 Pro. We just have a few days before we discover what these new devices are made off.

Source: Huawei Mobile Romania | Via: GSMArena


Huawei Mate 10 will run on Android Oreo out of the box

As with most new flagships coming out, we rightfully expect the Huawei Mate 10 to run the latest Android version out of the box. And we aren’t going to be disappointed. Huawei just confirmed on its Weibo account (a Chinese microblogging site similar to Twitter) that the upcoming Mate 10 will run Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. The short clip showed the AI-focused chipset Huawei is equipping the Mate 10 with has the company’s logo and Android Oreo mascot alongside each other. An accompanying text reads: “Equipped with Android 8.0 to give you a better Android experience. With the powerful combination on October 16 #HuaweiMate10 #Munich.”

Source: GSMArena


New Huawei teaser claims Mate 10 is not a smartphone

What is it then, you ask? “An intelligent machine.” At least that is what Huawei is claiming its upcoming Mate 10 to be. It makes sense for the company to be pushing the artificial intelligence aspect of its new devices as the new Kirin 970 processor powering the new devices come built with a dedicated neural processing unit for on-device AI capabilities. We will get to hear about this intelligent machine next month when Huawei unveils it at an October 16th event.

Source: GSMArena