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7 ways Huawei is a game-changer in the modern smartphone arena

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With its vision in bringing digital to every person, home and organization, Huawei was able to establish its brand here in the Philippines and in the world as one of the leaders of smartphones currently. How was this possible?
7 ways Huawei is a game-changer in the modern smartphone arena
Huawei P30 Pro flagship

This Chinese tech giant allocated billions for its research and development that it was able to bag the 6th spot for top companies that had the most R&D investment two years ago.

This prestige has nothing to do with celebrity endorsements but it is due to the fact that they build products and solutions that are highly based on their consumer's lifestyle and needs.

Let's take a look and appreciate what Huawei has accomplished to give its tech consumers:

7 ways Huawei is a game-changer in the modern smartphone arena

Twilight of P20 Pro
Twilight of P20 Pro

1. Gradient color design trend - This gradient design is not only stylish but also interesting and this trend was pioneered by Huawei upon releasing P20 and Nova 3 series. Gradient colors are undeniably standout in a crowd, no wonder brands like Samsung, Vivo, OPPO, and Xiaomi followed the suit.
The Mate 10
The Mate 10

2. Chipsets/processor with NPU for AI - In 2017, Huawei introduced the first chipset with a dedicated neural processing unit or NPU, the Kirin 970. The purpose of this component is to execute machine-learning tasks that enabled the smartphone (Mate 10 in this case) to scan and translate words in pictures captured with Microsoft's translator. Simply put, the phone can process simultaneously with less chance of lags whenever the user searches an image or utilizes the translator since NPU is dedicated to these tasks.

After this tech addition, Apple and Samsung also decided to focus on AI performance. Apple had the same idea in A12 Bionic chips while Exynos 9820 is the NPU for Galaxy S10.
Super Camera Phone
Super Camera Phone

3.  Better camera performance - Another point for Huawei in terms of innovation is the fact that it aimed to undertake users' fancies in selfie and landscape photography then became successful in doing so.

First, it partnered with Leica, a premium German camera brand in 2016.

The tech giant was able to promote both dual-camera photography and triple-camera photography years ago, starting with P20 Pro. Just this year, Huawei P30 Pro was launched as "Super Camera Phone" and it is equipped with quad Leica cameras at its rear.

Although scene detection was possible on Sony phones in the past, Huawei improved it with its machine-learning approach.

This feature capacitates Mate 20 to recognize different scenes and objects while smooth adjusting settings. As a result, you have a better photo with more vivid colors this probably convinced Oppo, Samsung, and Xiaomi to follow the course.

The Nokia Lumia sparked the appeal of high megapixel but it was Huawei that revive the consumer's interest with the launch of P20 Pro with a 40MP Leica primary camera. Nowadays, you can choose from different local brands if you want a shooter as high as 48MP.

Now, Huawei even has the super zoom mode with up to 50x digital zoom. Again, Huawei is one of the first with a periscope type lens for zooming.
Low light no problem
Low light no problem

4.  Handheld low light photography - Night photography using smartphones meant a demanding process considering the need for a tripod for taking long-exposure images. This is where Huawei P20 Pro came into the picture, with artificial Intelligence Stabilization (AIS) for its night mode technology. This mode allows the Huawei P20 camera to capture one or more images using different camera settings then combines them through software stitching to produce low-light photos that are still amazing.

Later on, Google, Samsung, Vivo, OPPO, Xiaomi, and more strived to improve enhance the night mode feature of their flagship phones.

By the way, Huawei is also the first with ISO 409600 in the pro mode and handheld silky water mode!
SuperCharge
SuperCharge

5. Safe super-fast charging - It was the year 2016 when the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 explosion and it happened during the charging of the device.

Huawei presumably saw the need for safety assurance by complying with the strict standards of TÜV Rheinland. The company now provides the SuperCharge, a low-voltage charging solution that auto-adjust charging speed depending on the capacity of the device and the charger.

OPPO got the same idea with the importance of safety certification, thus it also submitted to TÜV Rheinland for SuperVOOC flash charging.
Mate 20 Pro's reverse wireless charging
Mate 20 Pro's reverse wireless charging

6. Reverse wireless charging - Fast charging is arguably a thing from the past when it comes to the latest smartphones but Huawei introduced a new charging feature with the Mate 20 Pro.

At first, many perceived this unimportant because of two reasons: affordable power banks and improved battery capacity.

But the thing is, the company emphasizes that this feature is for emergency cases only, and not an alternative for fully charging the device as it slower compared to the standard method. This could be useful during blackouts and calamities and your friend forgot to bring a power bank.

After that, Samsung adapted reverse wireless charging Galaxy S10+ as its Power Share while Apple is planning to add this to its upcoming flagship models.
Mate X foldable phone with Balong 5000 inside
Mate X foldable phone with Balong 5000 inside

7. Multi-modem with Balong 5000 chipset - Although Samsung was the first to pioneer in the multi-mode 5G modem, Huawei did not disappoint with the release of Balong 5000. This is the first modem to support both standalone and non-standalone network architectures, and this is significant progress from basic LTE. Aside from delivering superior connectivity, it might improve battery life compared to using two modems (5G networks built atop the LTE network).

Balong 5000 is currently available Mate 20 X 5G and Mate X foldable phone.

For us, these are solid reasons why Huawei is a pioneer and a game-changer in every sense of the word.

Now that Huawei is back on track, it is safe to bet that we can expect them to produce more innovative solutions in the near future.

Did we miss anything from this list?  Let us know in the comments!
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