New Software Update for HUAWEI Mate 10!
HUAWEI, world’s no. 2 smartphone maker, today announced a new software update for Mate 10. The latest version for HUAWEI Mate 10 is recognised as ALP-L29 220.127.116.11 (C636) and is available for upgrade from 30 October 2017. This edition comes with the newly added Microsoft Translator Application to enhance user experience.
Microsoft Translator Application offers personal translation capability with over 60 languages. As a free upgrade for the HUAWEI Mate 10, it plays a vital role for business elites, especially those who are always on business trips and on-the-go. It can help translate text, voice, conversation and camera photos without requiring internet access. As internet restriction may apply when one is abroad, users can download preferred languages beforehand for offline translation.
The HUAWEI Mate 10 is built with the world’s first Artificial Intelligence (AI) processor – the Kirin 970. By combining the power of cloud with the speed and responsiveness of native AI processing, the translation capability on smartphone has never been easier. Featuring a dedicated Neural Processing Unit (NPU), the latest upgrade will not only lessen your communication barriers and increase your productivity, it will also enhance the system stability and power consumption of the phone
said by Matthew Ng, Deputy Country Director, HUAWEI Consumer Business Group Malaysia.
Kirin 970 is powered by an 8-core CPU and a new generation 12-core GPU. Constructed using a 10nm advanced process, the chipset packs 5.5 billion transistors into an area of only one cm². Compared to a quad-core Cortex-A73 CPU cluster, the Kirin 970’s new heterogeneous computing architecture delivers up to 25x the performance with 50x greater efficiency. Simply put, the Kirin 970 can perform the same AI computing tasks faster and with far less power.
Powered by HUAWEI’s EMUI 8.0 and Android™ 8.0, the intelligent device features a Smart Screen function for an intelligent split-screen interface to run two apps side by side and support for a full desktop experience – either mirroring or extending the smartphone display, while personal notifications, calls and messages remain private.
Source: Huawei Malaysia
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