tdlr; The Honor Magic V2 will be launched on July 12, announced Honor CEO George Zhao.
The idea of artificial intelligence (AI) has grown in popularity in recent years, thanks to massive models that have engaging and more “human-like” modes of communication while outperforming many previous AI assistants. These giant models can only perform simple question-and-answer operations and are often difficult to use. Consumers in general want useful, tightly integrated mobile assistants that can perform difficult tasks. Honor, an innovative mobile phone company, wants to make a difference.
The Honor Magic V2 will go on sale in China on July 12, according to Honor CEO Goerge Zhao, who made the announcement during a keynote speech at MWC Shanghai. He urged the industry to work together to challenge the Apple-dominated status quo. To do this, Honor will use AI capabilities and take the lead in implementing large-scale AI models on the end-user side. A comprehensive “personal model” that encompasses the entire user experience is the goal of this ambitious project. It aims to create highly individualized, humanized, and privacy-protected goods.
Features of the upcoming Honor Magic V2
To implement features such as multimodal interaction, accurate intent recognition, and closed-loop completion of challenging tasks, Honor’s mobile devices will leverage the power of big AI models. Honor’s long-standing commitment to AI integration is reinforced by this tactical approach. The original Honor Magic phone made a name for itself as a leader in mobile AI technology back in 2016. With the MagicLive intelligent system installed, the mobile assistant became the user’s all-inclusive ‘housekeeper’, taking care of work, play, shopping, travel, and more.
Despite the industry’s lack of understanding of AI at the time, Honor had already recognized its promise and combined it with the impressive Kirin 950 processor to deliver a number of clever features. Some notable examples were the automatic deactivation of the screen when the phone was put down and its activation when picked up. Owners could access message information on the lock screen while keeping it hidden from others thanks to the Face Code feature, which enabled active facial recognition.
Since becoming an autonomous company, Honor has continued to place a high priority on its AI capabilities. Its attention also extends to the remarkable Glory Eagle Eye camera, GPU Turbo X, Link Turbo X, and Magic Live intelligent engine. The overall AI system, MagicOS, which they unveiled last year, has improved its AI capabilities in various facets of the user experience.
According to George Zhao’s insights, the Honor Magic V2 is on its way to becoming the first mass-produced model to have a huge model, dominating the international market in this field. As it promises to push the boundaries of mobile technology and AI integration, interest in its release is growing. The Honor Magic V2 is a highly anticipated milestone in the industry due to Honor’s dedication to innovation and focus on providing a smooth and intelligent user experience. Since coming back to life after its split from Huawei, the manufacturer has quickly managed to achieve quite impressive growth in both European countries and Latin America. Latin America experienced a 700% increase compared to 2022, entering the top five in Colombia and Peru, and comfortable sales in Panama and Guatemala according to Counterpoint Research. According to the analyst firm, the brand is likely to grow faster in key markets this year, such as Europe, a market in which Honor had a strong footprint in a few years back.
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