Huawei Confirms Honor V10 with Artificial Intelligence to launch in 2018
Huawei has revealed that the Honor V10 device will launch in 2018 with an Artificial Intelligence feature loaded on it.
The tech company made this known at the ongoing IFA 2017 event which is holding in Berlin.
The Chinese manufacturer which is also expected to launch the much-awaited Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro in October revealed that the Honor V10 will come with an Artificial Intelligence assistant in 2018 amongst other top of the line features to boast of.
The recent confirmation comes after the tech company pulled back the curtains on its chipset, the Kirin 970 SoC which comes to market as the first mobile computing unit to feature a built-in AI computing neural processing unit (NPU).
The company also revealed that the upcoming Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro will be the first smartphones in the world to feature the latest chipset.
The Honor V10 which will be launched next year will come as a much-needed successor to the Honor V9 which is powered by the Kirin 960 processor and comes packing a 6GB RAM under the hood.
It has been speculated that the successor device may come packing as much as 8GB of RAM paired with the latest Kirin 970 chipset
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