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Will Huawei discuss its AI-centered superphone on September 2nd at IFA?

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Will Huawei discuss its AI-centered superphone on September 2nd at IFA?
The other day, Huawei sent out a tweet that asked if the future is intelligent. The company plans on answering the question on September 2nd during IFA in Berlin. And how it answers the question might be interesting. Last November, Huawei CEO Richard Yu spoke about a superphone that would be "a double of you." Thus, the superphone would have "abilities matching or exceeding those of a human’s eyes, ears, tongue, nose, body and mind." To see this become reality, Huawei has been spending on four key areas including the device, connectivity, the cloud and chipsets.

Speaking of chipsets, Huawei's AI-included application processor will launch in the second half of this year. It will combine the CPU, GPU and AI. This is obviously a major part of Huawei's AI blueprint. Which CPU and GPU will be employed in this AP is unknown at the moment. Huawei CEO Yu previously noted that the company's EMUI Android skin offers deep machine learning and "smart computing" capabilities. The combination of AI powered software and hardware will go a long way toward creating this superphone that Yu has touched on, and might touch on again at IFA.

Meanwhile, we might hear some information related to the Huawei Mate 10 and Huawei Mate 10 Pro on September 2nd. Don't expect the Mate 10 series to be unveiled at IFA; word around the water cooler is that the Mate 10 series will be announced on October 10th.


source: @HuaweiMobile via AndroidAuthority

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