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Honor will have Google AI features on its upcoming smartphones


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Honor will have
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AI features on its upcoming smartphones

Honor already has a number of smartphones on the market that fold like a book, such as the Magic V2 that was launched in July 2023 shown here. The ******** tech company is now preparing to launch a vertical-folding style smartphone, its CEO George Zhao told CNBC at the Mobile World Congress.

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******** smartphone maker Honor on Wednesday became one of the first device makers to say it will bring

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’s artificial intelligence features to its upcoming devices.

Honor will integrate generative AI experiences into its forthcoming hardware, which will be powered by

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Cloud, the company said.

A spokesperson for the ******** firm told CNBC that this would include

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’s AI assistant Gemini, as well as Imagen 2, a text-to-image generation tool.

Smartphone makers are attempting to bring AI features to their phones, in a bid to get users to upgrade to their latest flagship devices.

The integration with

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’s AI features builds on Honor already running the U.S. firm’s operating system Android on its smartphones. Designing advanced generative AI features can be difficult for individual smartphone makers, so partnering with
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gives them a shortcut to the latest generative AI apps that employ the tech.

Honor is among just a handful of companies to commit to

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’s AI tools. In January, Samsung announced a partnership with
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Cloud to bring Gemini Pro and Imagen 2 to its devices.

Honor has been talking up AI features in its devices this year. In February, the company launched the Magic 6 Pro with a feature powered by the company’s own AI that allows users to open an app just by looking at their phone. A user can stare as a notification pops up at the top of the screen, prompting the eye-tracking tech to open up the relevant app.





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