Huawei has been using its in-house developed Kirin chipsets on its devices since a few years now. With the advent of artificial intelligence, Huawei is now looking to launch a mobile application processor featuring a CPU, GPU, and an AI chip.
It’s been 30 years since China’s first KFC outlet opened. To commemorate this landmark feat, the retail giant has decided to offer up a limited edition smartphone in partnership with Huawei. The phone is colored entirely in Red and comes with the iconic Colonel Sanders marking on the back panel.
A year on (from the P9) and a subtle shift in emphasis for the latest Huawei consumer flagship – the company has gone all out for the most profitable sector of the market, traditionally dominated by Apple with the iPhone. Here we have front-mounted fingerprint sensor and home control, rounded aluminium unibody that’s almost indistinguishable from the iPhone 6S, plus a raft of cosmetic options – and a suitably iPhone-like bump up in price by over £100. Which is not to say that the P10, reviewed here, isn’t a great little smartphone – it is. It’s just perhaps not the one you should actually choose.
In addition to the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus, Huawei also launched the successor to the Huawei Watch: the Huawei Watch 2 and Watch 2 Classic. The two different variants of the smartwatch offer widely different features and cater to a wider range of consumers.
Digital personal assistants are seeing an all new, refreshed focus from companies all over the globe.