A phone for shutterbugs
You can now make the night come to life with Huawei's new P8 smartphone.
The low-light shooting modes of the 13 megapixel rear-facing camerawere engineered to allow users to capture beautiful photographs even in low-light and high-contrast environments.
Yesterday, China's Huawei Technologies launched the smartphone at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre.
The smartphone's "Director Mode" was also showcased during the launch.
In this mode, users can direct and control up to three other Android devices when shooting a video clip.
Branded as one of the industry's first professional-level video function on a smartphone, users can shoot from four angles simultaneously and synchronise video clip editing.
Mr Richard Yu, 46, chief executive officer of Huawei's consumer business group, said the smartphone is a delightful surprise for users who love taking pictures.
"The P8 smartphone will bring smartphone cameras to a whole new level," he said.
"Users can now enjoy a better camera experience. They can take pictures of fast moving cars and water."
Besides its camera functions, the 6.4mm thin smartphone was also designed to provide solutions to common problems faced by users.
The phone's "search phone by voice" function allows users to easily locate their misplaced devices by calling out loud. Their smartphone will respond through its speakers.
Also, users may no longer fear losing their network connection in crowded places as its custom Signal+ technology was built to ensure a continuous strong network connection.
The P8 smartphone has also been praised for its revolutionary touch screen experience, where users can capture a full-length screen shot by double tapping the screens with a knuckle.
Mr Henry Hsu, 47, chief operating officer for Huawei's consumer business group, said the P8 is an engaging smartphone which can help users capture new memories.
"We want consumers to know that the P8 smartphone is a friendly product," he said.
"And we want to celebrate with them their personal moments - be it their 'I do's or their kids' first steps - through the P8."