Huawei is jumping into the high-end market of smartphones with its latest roll-out
Huawei chairman Richard Yu told that his company’s 20 years-plus experience in mobile infrastructure gives them an edge in providing quick connections because of the OMAP processors, he said during his address at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Yu also claimed that 1800mAh and 1670mAh batteries will provide a 30% increase in battery life over other competing smartphones.
The smartphone also comes with Dolby Mobile 3.0 Plus 5.1 surround sound capability, coupled with its Bluetooth 3.0 HS, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, HDMI, dual-microphone noise reduction and dual LEDs and other fittings, and is available in at least three colours.
Huawei is jumping into the high-end market of smartphones with its latest roll-out, with the devices set to sell in China, Europe, North America, Australia, Middle East and Asia-Pacific at launch.
The smartphone is equipped to take up to five shots of a group of people and combine those into the best snap based on the appearance of each of the subjects, thanks to in-built face-recognition technology – apart from panoramic image-stitching, in-camera image editing, low-light enhancement and more.