Huawei provided the following information:
Users will now be able to optimise their selfies, as the phone brings the power of AI to front-facing cameras.
“Last year, Huawei introduced the AI scene recognition for phone cameras with its Mate 10 Pro,” says Akhram Mohamed, Chief Technology Officer of Huawei Consumer Business Group South Africa. “This meant that users were able to take good photos for a variety of scenes – whether it be a beach, a sunset, or a favourite pet – because the camera was able to identify, in real-time, precisely what it was shooting, and therefore set the best parameters for that scene. Now, with the Huawei Mate 20 Lite, Huawei is bringing the same kind of intelligent photography to its selfie camera.”
The Huawei Mate 20 Lite uses its two AI-powered front-facing cameras to recognise scenery behind the person capturing the photo to optimise the image. Once a background is identified, the camera automatically adjusts the colour, contrast, brightness, and exposure to produce the best possible photo for that specific subject. In addition, Huawei’s new AI and beauty algorithm with facial recognition ensures the user is always able to capture the best possible version of themselves.
The front-facing camera also offers AI and 3D Qmoji, which mirror your facial expressions using different characters. Qmoji provide users with a fun and playfully animated alter-ego to take selfies that you can share to social media as a GIF or video with one click.
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