Photography experts recently elected the king of smartphone photography, which according to the prestigious DXOMARK ranking is the Mate 50 Pro model from Huawei. However, the photo system is far from the only feature in which it excels. The reigning flagship also offers other useful functions that you may not have even known about – and they will certainly be appreciated by any fan of new technologies.
It quite often happens that users often underestimate their storage size requirements when buying a smartphone. Memory accumulation is directly proportional to the use of a smartphone, and especially when using applications, the storage space decreases rapidly. Finally, within six months to one year of using the smartphone, we find that we have almost no capacity left in the storage and it’s time to delete it. Although today there are various applications or third-party solutions that can help with cleaning the storage, it is generally difficult for most users, and therefore they prefer to do it mechanically, which is not only time-consuming, but also annoying in a way.
To help users free up more storage space without stress, Huawei introduced SuperStorage technology to help maximize your storage space. The very first storage compression technology can save up to 20 GB of space. For example, SuperStorage can automatically detect duplicate files and little-used applications, giving the user the option of compression in the Huawei Optimiser application. Another advantage is that if there are multiple copies of the same file on the smartphone, for example the same image sent to group chats across different applications, the SuperStorage function can recognize these files and compress them into one so that only one storage space is occupied.
In addition, the system can also identify applications that the user has not used regularly for a long time. When the user needs to use the application again, it can be decompressed in real time. SuperStorage is hassle-free because file deduplication and application compression do not affect the normal use of the smartphone, so it does not limit the user in any way.
Smartphone battery life affects the overall user experience. But what we often don’t realize when using a smartphone is the level of energy consumption we spend while watching our favorite content, listening to music, or playing mobile games. The tipping point only occurs when the smartphone’s battery reaches a critical level. Therefore, Huawei R&D engineers came up with the idea of developing a feature that will allow smartphones to work for a longer time before turning off, even when the battery is almost completely drained. When a smartphone’s battery level reaches a critical level, it often turns off automatically. But at Huawei, they found that for most smartphones available on the market, there are actually significant milliamp hours of power left, albeit with a reduced voltage that limits power-intensive tasks.
Therefore, they took up the challenge of creating a smartphone that can continue to operate even when it is at a critical battery level, thus extending battery life in emergency situations.
Current smartphones available in the market often correspond directly in proportion to the current battery level. When the battery level is left only in the lower percentage range, the battery voltage drops from the normal state of 4.45 V to a low voltage level of 3.4 V. After the battery power is reduced during this low power state, the smartphone will no longer turn on for use.
The Huawei Mate 50 Pro has undergone a hardware update to improve the overall impression of battery life. Since Huawei smartphones use high-quality batteries, the powerful algorithm introduced in EMUI 13 together with the SuperEnergy Boosting technology allows the smartphone to adequately draw energy in a low-power state, even when the voltage is from 3.0 V to 3.4 V (+ / accuracy -0.1 IN). This allows users to turn on the smartphone, extending its use in the event of an emergency.
“SuperHub” is the equivalent of a file caching box. Users can move any files such as images, documents, texts and other files requested by users to SuperHub and quickly share them when they need to use it. It breaks the barriers between third-party software and is compatible with many file formats, allowing efficient and convenient file transfer.
Traditional smartphone clipboard allows users to copy only one piece of information at a time with one content format. For efficiency, it cannot span multiple file formats or be compatible with richer content formats. SuperHub allows users to copy files between applications, allowing file formats to be mixed.
For example, users can select text in a browser or select an image in a note, then drag them to SuperHub and share them directly with friends. You can even copy a presentation package from File Manager to SuperHub and quickly share it to your PC via your smartphone, ensuring seamless data transfer between PC and smartphone. This saves the user the process of switching back and forth between multiple software and copying multiple times.
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