New update enhances mobile experience with Huawei Mate 10 Lite

Users can now unlock the phone in 800 milliseconds
The face unlock optionrecords supposedly more than 1,000 data points on your face.
The face unlock optionrecords supposedly more than 1,000 data points on your face.


Huawei has introduced two software upgrades for Mate 10 Lite devices - an AR lens feature for creative selfies and a face unlock option, to unlock the device in 800 milliseconds.

Using advanced facial recognition software, the face unlock option records supposedly more than 1,000 data points on your face to prevent photos and videos of your face being used to unlock the phone. This data is stored within the Kirin Processor’s Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) to ensure maximum security. In addition, the setting only works when eyes are open.

With the AR lens selfie feature, users can now be more creative than ever with selfies and photos, with options that range from self-created backgrounds, real-life landmark backgrounds, to super-imposed images and special effects.

Device owners can go for system update to avail these features.

Huawei Mate 10 Lite is available in Prestige Gold, Graphite Black and Aurora Blue colours at a price of 1,199 AED. In UAE, people can purchase it at the Huawei brand store located on level 2 at The Dubai Mall in Downtown Dubai and across leading retailers.

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