Huawei Technologies Co Ltd unveiled an artificial-intelligence-enabled smartphone on Friday, as the world's third biggest handset maker ramped up its resources to experiment with cutting-edge technology and new industrial design.
Honor Magic, released by Huawei's sub-brand Honor, comes with dual cameras in both the front and the rear. It is also equipped with the Shenzhen-based firm's latest fast-charging technology which promises over 90 percent of battery strength with a half-hour charge, faster than most rival products.
The new model, priced around 3,700 yuan ($531), comes amid increasing concerns about whether the smartphone sector has hit the ceiling point for innovation, as products increasingly look and operate similarly。