Huawei’s new flagship smartphones, the Huawei Mate 20 Series is setting a whole new benchmark for smartphones and representing a milestone in the history of Huawei Mate Series with its many innovative and practically handy features that proven to be useful with our everyday life.

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Even in recent years, Huawei is already surging ahead as a tech leader and leading the smartphone industry with many “world’s firsts” including the World’s First Leica Dual Camera with P9, World’s First AI Processor Smartphone with HUAWEI Mate 10 Series, World’s First Leica Triple Camera with P20 Pro.

“In recent years, HUAWEI has been leading the AI trends with numerous breakthroughs. We aim to strengthen our footprint in surging ahead as a tech leader with our continuous investment in technological inventions innovations,” said Bill Liu, Country Director, HUAWEI Malaysia.

Setting a new bar, the latest HUAWEI Mate 20 Series becomes the first to be powered by the world’s first 7nm Mobile Artificial Intelligence (AI) chipset Kirin 980 – the densest and highest performing system on chip (SoC) to date.

The smartphones also feature other revolutionary innovations including Dual-NPU, Leica Triple Camera with Leica Ultra Wide Angle Lens, AI-enhanced filmmaking features, HUAWEI SuperCharge supporting high-speed charging of up to 40W, Wireless Reverse Charging, as well as the Android P-based EMUI 9.0.

But instead of the technical sides of the phones, let’s take a look at how the smartphones can be helpful in our everyday life!

1. Calorie Counter

Nowadays, a lot of people are trying to watch their weight by controlling the food they consumed. So with Huawei Mate 20’s built-in HiVision calorie calculator called the AI Calorie counter, users can now scan a food item with the camera to get a calorie reading. All they need to do is simply point their camera at the food using the HiVision feature and they will get an estimated calorie count of the food they’re eating. The app is applicable to around 100 types of food at the moment.

2. Real-time Translator

If you’re used to typing or copy-and-pasting foreign texts to Google Translate to get the translations, now there’s an easier and quicker way to do that with Huawei Mate 20 series’ HiVision Translate. Huawei’s AI-enabled camera is able to translate text on physical items such as menus or signs in real-time. Users simply need to point their camera at a foreign text and get real-time translation on the spot. The feature only work in portrait mode and it currently supports 10 languages; Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, French, Russian, Italian, German and Portuguese.

3. Object Identification

Using the same AI feature for calorie counting, Huawei’s HiVision Identify can scan and identify different objects from plants to animals, cars, arts and even landmarks. The feature is able to identify over 1,500 scenes from 25 categories, 3 times more than the older models. Even if you the object you scan maybe outside of the categories, the feature will usually direct you to the closest image of the item using Microsoft. So this feature is pretty much like Google Search but much more convenient and simpler.

4. Dual-frequency GPS

Huawei Mate 20 Series supports dual-band (L1+L5) GPS positioning technology. The AI GPS Satellite Selection technology enhances the positioning accuracy across a wide range of scenarios. So even if you drove into a tunnel, got lost in a cave or got stranded in the middle of a forest, you will still have your GPS connection as Huawei Mate 20 supports the world’s fastest Wi-Fi connection speeds of up to 1.4Gbps. With such feature, you only need 10 seconds to download a 2GB footage.

5. Share Battery Power

Next time, if your friend forgot to bring their charger or power bank, you can just borrow them your Huawei Mate 20. Because the new Huawei series can work as a power bank where it is capable of sharing battery power wirelessly with its Wireless Reverse Charge feature. This means that you can use the your phone to charge other devices that support Qi wireless charging even its its rivals iPhones, Samsung Galaxies, and any other wireless-charging capable devices.

6. AI Shopping

 

Shopping becomes so much easier and faster with Huawei Mate 20 Series’ HiVision Shopping. With the feature, users simply need to tap on “Shopping” and point your camera at the item you desire until HiVision identifies it. Your smartphone will then show you a variety of similar products based on what it recognises and also the online resources of where you can buy it from, and how much the item costs. You may not get the exact results you want from the AI recognition, but it will give you a list of similar items.

Available in 6.53-inch, 6.39-inch and 7.2-inch sizes, the Huawei Mate 20 Series encompasses four devices: Huawei Mate 20, Huawei Mate 20 Pro, Huawei Mate 20 X and Porche Design Huawei Mate 20 RS.

HUAWEI Mate 20 series price details :

  • HUAWEI Mate 20 : RRP – RM 2,799
  • HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro : RRP – RM 3,599
  • HUAWEI Mate 20 X : RRP – RM 3,199

Colours that are available in Malaysia :

  • Mate 20 : Black and Blue
  • Mate 20 Pro : Emerald Green, Twilight and Black
  • Mate 20 X : Blue and Phantom Silver

For more information, please visit Huawei’s official website.

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