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Keeping up to par with technology updates

Kalesi Mele
Friday, December 01, 2017

STAYING up to par with technological advancements, Huawei on Wednesday, launched the Huawei Mate 10 at Rhumba Restaurant in Nadi.

The phone features the world's first Artificial Intelligence Processor for smartphones with a dedicated Neural Network Processing Unit.

Huawei director for Consumer Business Group — South Pacific Michael Townsley said these features were designed to make a faster, more customised mobile experience.

"As we enter the age of intelligence, AI is no longer a virtual concept but something that intertwines with our daily life," he said.

"AI can enhance user experience, provide valuable services and improve product performance."

The model also possesses a Leica Dual Camera.

The company had collaborated with local partners Vodafone Fiji for yesterday's launch.

Vodafone Fiji chief commercial officer Ronald Prasad said they were grateful to be part of the launch.

"Huawei are strong valued partners and we are grateful to work with them to unveil yet another world's first," he said.

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