A.I. and machine learning are new topics that comes up when talking about new flagship phones. The Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro w/ the new Kirin 970 chip are the first to have dedicated neural processing unit (not just cloud) and it is interesting.
|Huawei Mate 10 is touted to be an intelligent phone|
Related: Huawei Mate 10 Unboxing and First Impressions ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/2017/11/huawei-mate-10-impressions.html)
The most common question we get nowadays is what machine learning or A.I. is for. Let us show you things that make the Huawei Mate 10 series step up from a “smart” phone to an intelligent one.
|The Mate 10’s A.I. handles power management 50 X better |
1. A.I. computed battery usage – The Mate 10 series boasts that it can deliver an energy efficient performance that is 50 times better than any power management system around. Over time, it will learn when an app or feature will not be used. It will then optimize the system and minimize the energy allocated to those de-prioritized apps and features. For example, you fell asleep with an app open. Usually, this will drain your battery but with Huawei’s A.I, those apps will be analyzed and unimportant apps and features will be closed. You can expect a longer battery life each day and expect it to be maintained or improved by the A.I.
|The A.I can recognize what you are trying to take a photo of|
2. Object Recognition – It can even give you information about your subject such as the calorie content of your food. It adjust the most optimized camera settings to give you the best possible photos of your subject.
|The A.I automatically optimizes the camera settings according to the scene and subject|
3. Camera A.I. – The Mate 10 series showcased one of the best A.I scene and object recognition when taking photos so far.
The camera app of the Mate 10 can recognize 13 different objects and scenes and it intelligently optimize picture settings to deliver the sharpest and crispiest images most of the time.
The A.I. can recognize what you are trying to take a photo of i.e. your cat, dog or food.
Shooting at night time, it will adjust the shutter speed and ISO of the camera so that the photo will look its best. Huawei also boasted that the A.I. also assists when it comes to zoom so that you can get lossless zoom capability.
|Multitasking is faster since the A.I recognizes your habits and ready the app you need|
4. Productivity – Over time, the Mate 10 will learn about your habits. It will learn your most used apps and when you usually open it and have it ready for you. It provides a seamless experience of having apps ready for use when you need it. EMUI also has the ability to clean and optimize itself so that it feels like it just came out of the box even after months or years of usage.
5. A.I. translation – This is a great feature that a lot more phones should have out of the box. If you are a citizen of the world and you love to travel then this will be the number one feature that you should know. All you have to do is open the translator app, tap the camera icon, choose a language and then take a photo of the text. It will then be translated for you. It is as easy as 1-2-3. This is a really useful feature that is a bit take for granted.
A lot of you may say that this does not seem to be a lot of new features. Yes, for now. The keyword that you need to remember when you talk about A.I and machine learning is “learning”.
Learning is a constant process and these, my friends, are just the tip of the iceberg.
Huawei and Apple opened the floodgates for NPUs and AI. Just like the bezel-less craze, this can take off be a main feature in every single smartphone in the near future. In time, app developers will integrate A.I. functionality in their apps and that’s when we can see what the future holds for machine learning.
Previous this 12 months when the OnePlus 5 ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/reviews/oneplus-5-review/) was once introduced, it gave the impression that some customers had spotted a unusual impact at the show when scrolling. It virtually gave the impression to be jelly-like in nature ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/2017/06/oneplus-5-jelly-scrolling-effect/) and gave off the semblance that perhaps the telephone was once lagging (it wasn’t). It was once an peculiar impact and the excellent news is that the OnePlus 5T may steer clear of that factor ^(https://androidandme.com/2017/11/news/oneplus-5t-unlikely-to-feature-annoying-jelly-scrolling-issue/).
In keeping with the parents at XDA ^(https://www.xda-developers.com/oneplus-5t-no-jelly-scrolling/) who took a have a look at the telephone’s kernel, it sort of feels that the show of the OnePlus 5T has been fixed extra “historically” this time, which means that the jelly impact must now not be provide. For the ones unfamiliar, the jelly factor perceived to must do with the show of the OnePlus 5 having been put in the wrong way up (on function) ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/2017/06/upside-down-display-oneplus-5-jelly/), and for the reason that the OnePlus 5T’s show is claimed to were put in “historically”, probably this implies the jelly impact is long gone.
OnePlus had claimed that the problem was once now not a defect ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/2017/06/oneplus-5-jelly-scrolling-not-defect/), however on the identical time we will be able to consider that customers most likely weren’t too extremely joyful about it both, defect or now not. It kind of feels that with the OnePlus 5T the corporate would possibly have learnt from their errors, despite the fact that we’ve got but to try the telephone ourselves so we will be able to’t be 100% certain if the jelly scrolling impact is long gone.
The OnePlus 5T is lately set for a free up at the 21st of November ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/2017/11/oneplus-5t-specs-price-and-release-date/) the place it’ll be priced beginning at $499.
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