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  1. Huawei is turning to artificial intelligence in the hope of getting one up on its rivals, including Apple and Samsung. The firm has announced that its next smartphone, the Mate 10, will come with its own Kirin 970 chipset with AI processing capabilities – marking the first time a Neural Processing Unit has been used in a smartphone. The chipset means that instead of relying on AI in the cloud, the smartphone will have its own sensing abilities within the device. Speaking to Reuters at the IFA conference in Berlin, Richard Yu, chief of consumer products at Huawei, said: 'Compared with Samsung and Apple, we have advantages. 'Users are in for much faster (feature) performance, longer battery life and more compact design.' As well as giving the smartphone AI capabilities, the Kirin 970 chip will also give the Mate 10 50 per cent longer battery life, according to Huawei. The Mate 10 will be unveiled on 16 October, one month after Apple reveals its highly-anticipated iPhone 8. This isn't the first time that Mr Yu has claimed that the next Huawei device will outperform the next iPhone. In July, he claimed that the Mate 10 would take better pictures, charge faster and have a better battery life than the iPhone 8.
  2. There have been some interesting special edition smartphones over the years, not all of which were as cool as the superhero-themed Galaxy devices from Samsung or the R2-D2 Droid 2. I mean, there was a horrendously ugly Hello Kitty HTC Butterfly S. The latest special edition phone from Huawei is so weird it manages to be kind of cool. You might even call it "finger-licking good." It's a KFC-branded Android smartphone, released in China to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the chain's existence there. KFC originated in the U.S., but it's now the largest restaurant chain in China with more than 5,000 locations as of early 2017. In fact, KFC is known as one of the most power foreign brands in the entire country. Put simply, the Chinese people love KFC. It only makes sense that the 30th anniversary (1987 to present) would warrant some sort of celebration, and one of China's biggest smartphone makers stepped up. The special edition red KFC phone is a version of the Huawei Enjoy 7 Plus, which is a mid-range phone that's only available in limited markets. It has a 5.5-inch 720p display, a Snapdragon 435 SoC, a 12MP camera, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage. There's also a fingerprint sensor on the back of the device. The sensor shares the back with a laser-etched Colonel Sanders logo on the special edition phone. This is clearly the most important spec of all. Only 5,000 will be made.
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