Huawei's Mate 10 Smartphone With Leica is Available to Pre-Order

Also coming with improved AI functions.

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After releasing a more affordable camera recently, another Leica product is now available to pre-order. The brand has teamed up with Huawei on the Huawei Mate 10, with Chinese technology company recruiting Leica to co-engineer the dual-lens camera. Furthermore, the camera comes with an advanced zoom, optical image stabilization and lenses that reportedly feature the “world’s largest aperture.”

As well as the Leica camera, another stand out feature of the phone is the world’s first Kirin AI processor. This new processor is set to give the phone a better performance and energy efficiency for AI-related tasks, while it also allows the phone to give real-time answers to its users. This new capacity will power functions including Real-Time Scene and Object Recognition and the AI Accelerated Translator. The Huawei Mate 10 is available to pre-order from retailers including B&H Photos and Amazon now for around $800 USD. In other smartphone news, Apple has posted its highest ever quarter one earnings.

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