At this year's IFA, Honor announced a new color option for Honor 20 Pro, a wider market availability for its Honor Band 5 and also a new smart app that helps visually impaired users to read text.
The app is called PocketVision and it's powered by Honor's AI and the high-resolution camera on the Honor 20-series smartphones. The app can help people with impaired vision to read documents, menus and everything in between. There are three available modes so far - Text-to-Speech Mode, Zoom-In Mode and Negative Image Mode.
The first one is pretty self-explanatory - you point at a text and the phone reads it out loud. It works in English, Portuguese, Spanish, Chinese, Italian and German using the HiAI platform and Optical Character Recognition (OCR) by converting pictures into text.
The Zoom-In Mode utilizes the 48MP main camera on the Honor 20 family and the 8MP telephoto lens to zoom in on the text using the volume buttons delivering great text clarity. And lastly, the Negative Image Mode provides a wide range of color filters to enhance the image by improving the contrast of the text.
PocketVision is available at Huawei's AppGallery and can be installed on all Honor smartphones, but it will work best on the Honor 20-series.
It seems the innovation is already moved from USA to Asia (was Korea and now China). The era of Chinese brand will be unstopable, and Apple will be the new BB. Congratulation Huawei.
Huawei will be number one soon... Congratulation Huawei, you did it.
Finally our smartphones getting smart ;)