Huawei introduced its digital assistant
The Asian company unveiled Celia, a tool that through artificial intelligence will simplify the lives of its users
Huawei unveiled its digital assistant, Celia, on Thursday, which uses artificial intelligence and the different elements of the ‘smartphone’ to simplify the user’s life, along with news from the ecosystem of the company’s own software.
With the voice command, ‘Hey, Celia’, the user can activate the assistant, which will help him to make a call, to set alarms or notifications, but also to identify objects in photographs and discover where they can be purchased or through the camera, what is being viewed or how many calories a certain dish has.
Along with Celia, Huawei presented its EMUI 10.1 operating system, which will be present in the new ‘smartphones’ of the P40 family and introduces new themes and 3D elements for the ‘always on’ screen.
The company investigated the way users touch and slide their fingers across the screen to improve accuracy and fluency in its new software.
EMUI 10.1 is part of the software ecosystem that the Chinese company is building outside of Google’s Mobile Services. Huwei Mobile Services is present in more than 170 countries and regions of the world, has more than 400 million active users per month, as detailed by the company, and has the participation of more than 1.3 million developers and partners.