Huawei to bring AI Cinema feature to upcoming Mate series in India

Huawei to bring AI Cinema feature to upcoming Mate series in India


Huawei AI Cinema leverages AI processing capabilities and the Huawei Mate 20 smartphone will have this feature with pre-set modes such as: AI Colour, Vintage, Fresh, Suspense and Background Blur.

Huawei to bring AI Cinema feature to upcoming Mate series in Indi...

Huawei has announced that it will bring AI Cinema feature to the upcoming Mate series in India. The company says that the feature leverages AI processing capabilities and the Huawei Mate 20 smartphone will have this feature with pre-set modes such as: AI Colour, Vintage, Fresh, Suspense and Background Blur. In addition, the devices with this feature will also be able to identify and isolate the colours of a subject by desaturating other parts in the photo.

Read the complete press release below

To enable the consumers to capture immersive videos, Huawei Consumer Business Group, India is introducing AI-powered real time cinema effects with its most anticipated flagship series. The upcoming devices will support the adjustment of hue, saturation, and brightness, providing the fundamental and essential elements of video.

Huawei has been a pioneer and has introduced the art to redefine intelligent photography. With the upcoming launch, the company is leveraging the powerful AI processing capabilities, HUAWEI Mate series feature professional filmmaking skills, making it possible for even novice filmmakers to create blockbuster. The device will feature pre-set modes such as: AI Colour, Vintage, Fresh, Suspense and Background Blur. In addition, the devices will also identify and isolate the colors of a subject by desaturation everything else. This feature makes for a stunning visual impact, allowing consumers to create a cinematic piece.

Huawei Mate series to offer the classic 21:9 movie ratio and is equipped with AI HDR to create immersive videos of superior clarity. The upcoming device sports a new Leica Ultra Wide Angle Lens and has a focal length equivalent to a 16mm full frame camera lens. An ultra-wide angle lens enables users to capture an impressively wide perspective even within the confines of tight spaces. The images captured are crisp, clean and have a high contrast, which gives the image a three-dimensional effect.

Combining the power of hardware and software, Huawei is offering mixed splashes of color into what was largely a black-and-white, similar to what was visible with Sin City‘s color-processing prowess. Offering advanced innovation in photography, Huawei is pushing the boundaries of what is possible with an AI-infused smartphone.





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