[embedded content] Yesterday we were attending one of the most important presentations of the year for the high-end telephone segment.…
Yesterday we were attending one of the most important presentations of the year for the high-end telephone segment. After months of waiting and rumors of all kinds, Huawei presented its trio of smartphones for the first half of the year , formed by Huawei P20 , P20 Pro Y P20 Lite .
If there was a detail that caught the attention of those present at the event, beyond spectacular photographic section of the model Pro , was the great technical similarity of the two high-end models, with respect to the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro , and is that the two families share both processor and RAM memory and storage capabilities, and integrate a similar version of EMUI, although an older version in the case of the members of the saga mate.
However, after the event, Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s consumer division, wanted to send a reassuring message to all those holding a Mate 10 or Mate 10 Pro, ensuring that the EMUI 8.1 version based on Android 8.1, will bring the news related to the artificial intelligence of the P20 and P20 Pro, to the Mate 10.
When the Mate 10 were presented at the end of 2017, Huawei already emphasized the artificial intelligence capabilities that the devices were equipped with , thanks to its Kirin 970 processor with dedicated neuronal processing unit. One of the most interesting features at the software level was the detection of scenes integrated in the camera, capable of recognizing up to 13 different scenes and automatically adjust the parameters of the camera to obtain a perfect capture.
Yesterday, however, came the Huawei P20 with its improved scene detection , with support for nothing less than 19 different scenes , adding fireworks, waterfalls, and even documents that could be scanned from the camera. In addition, they were incorporated new smart systems to improve the experience when taking photos , which relied on the high computational power of the Kirin 970 and its NPU.
But according to confirm us since Android Authority , both this system, and the rest of the IA-based features of the P20 and P20 pro, will reach the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, through the update to Android 8.1 Oreo that should come along in the coming months. This is a movement similar to the one that LG has carried out with its LG V30, making available to users the news at the software level of the new V30S + ThinQ .
At the moment, yes, it has not been specified when the arrival of Android 8.1 with EMUI 8.1 is scheduled for Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro . We assume that the update will not be too much rohar, taking into account the good tour of Huawei at the level of support that has us accustomed in recent years.
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