At the current year’s IFA, Honor reported another shading choice for Honor 20 Pro, a more extensive market accessibility for its Honor Band 5 and furthermore another savvy application that encourages outwardly disabled clients to peruse content.
The application is called PocketVision and it’s fueled by Honor’s AI and the high-goals camera on the Honor 20-arrangement cell phones. The application can help individuals with disabled vision to peruse reports, menus and everything in the middle. There are three accessible modes up until this point – Text-to-Speech Mode, Zoom-In Mode and Negative Image Mode.
The first is truly clear as crystal – you point at a content and the telephone understands it for all to hear. It works in English, Portuguese, Spanish, Chinese, Italian and German utilizing the HiAI stage and Optical Character Recognition (OCR) by changing over pictures into content.
The Zoom-In Mode uses the 48MP primary camera on the Honor 20 family and the 8MP zooming focal point to focus in on the content utilizing the volume catches conveying incredible content lucidity. What’s more, in conclusion, the Negative Image Mode gives a wide scope of shading channels to upgrade the picture by improving the difference of the content.
PocketVision is accessible at Huawei’s AppGallery and can be introduced on all Honor cell phones, yet it will work best on the Honor 20-arrangement.