9 problems every Lebanese with a smartphone can relate to - The961

9 problems every Lebanese with a smartphone can relate to

It's not only business people who need to be on the go 24/7, everyone's in a hurry these days. Time waits for no one. That’s why everything needs to happen fast. Quick deliveries, high-speed internet, instant money transfers, etc.
One thing we need above all is a phone that caters to our fast-paced lifestyle. We’re not always that lucky though… Here are some of the problems all of us with smartphones can relate to:

When your phone is taking more time than traffic in Beirut

You could make it to Jounieh and back, got married and had three children, before your app opens properly.But what’s the reason behind such a slow phone? The secret lies in the processor of the phone. Huawei recently revealed the Kirin 970 which is the world's first dedicated mobile A.I. processing unit. What does that mean? That means the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, with Kirin 970, are the fastest performing and most rapid responding intelligent mobiles on the market today.

Unsatisfactory selfies that could disappoint your Teta!

No matter what angle you take your picture from, you will always look different and rather strange… you get several “you look better in real life” comments, and even though it's quite flattering, you still feel embarrassed. But trust me, you need to try the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro camera. Their newly featured Leica Dual Camera with SUMMILUX-H lenses make up the world’s most advanced photographic technology to create artistic photos in Leica image style.

Battery life disappearing as fast as your salary!

Where did it all go? It was just here and now it’s gone. But Huawei, who has been at work for decades, found a solution to improving battery life. Both the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro have a 4000 mAh long-lasting battery. That’s the largest battery size among the most popular phones out there. Under that sleek appealing casing is an eight-layer cooling system to protect them from overheating. Moreover, the device includes a one-touch ultra power saving mode, which is more convenient than going into your settings and scrolling down to the battery option.

Lowering your brightness to save battery, then squinting at your screen...

Yeah, I see you. Don’t act like you’re innocent. Lowering your brightness is like lowering your standards people!
Well, do whatever floats your boat. Play all the neat tricks for saving your battery. But I just thought I’d mention how the latest Huawei mobile A.I computing platform can actually adjust how it uses its battery based on the way you use the phone. Basically, it will quickly learn and identify you as belonging to one of four categories: camera, business, travel and mobile gamer. For example, if you’re a mobile gamer, it’ll optimize its Smart Power Management to suit your activity.

Forgetting your charger at home is your worst nightmare!

Here’s a modern-day horror story for ya: You were too lazy to plug your phone into the charger last night. Then this morning, you left the house in a hurry. You just realized you’re on 20% battery. You left your charger at home.Here’s when the horror story turns into a fairytale, defying the rules of basic storytelling: You come across the Huawei Mate 10 which dropped in Lebanon mid-November. Now you have a phone where a 10-minute charge could power support a whole day of use. The end.
Personally, this is a better story than the ones my grandma used to tell.

When a website won’t load, especially when you’re in a hurry!!!

You need your vitally important information fast! Like the number to the Tomatomatic in your district, ASAP! Before your co-workers change their mind about lunch, again. Of course, you completely forgot that you can dial 1544. Oh well.Huawei is all about speed of light loading and processing. The Huawei Mate 10 is claiming to be the fastest device ever. You won’t need to wait for images, websites or apps to load anymore. You could download movies, stream videos and share photos and the phone’s speed will remain unfazed.

Waiting hours for your phone to fully charge.....

With HUAWEI SuperCharge, you can charge up to 20 percent in 10 minutes and 58 percent in just half an hour. It also has the world’s first TÜV safety certified charging, which is the strictest certification of its kind. It makes sure that users have a safe and fast charging experience that’s harmless even while the device is being used.

When your phone lags and you realize you need a restock of Xanax...

Especially when you’re trying to show someone photos from your latest trip. Or of your pet or child. Or your cousin’s wedding.
Just how fast is the Huawei Mate 10? Well, put to the benchmark test, it was able to process 2,000 images/minute! So if you’re phone lags the Huawei Mate 10 and Huawei Mate 10 pro will work like magic for you.  

The unbearable blur when trying to get a close-up shot!

Your phone’s auto-focus seriously doesn’t get it. By the time it gets the right focus, that rare little butterfly will have flown away into a mysterious vortex, and all you’ll have is a blur of blue from the “Palos Verdes Blue”.  It also makes you want to just drop your phone!The new dual ISP in Huawei Mate 10 and mate 10 pro definitely gets my first prize in that photography competition. The new cameras are capable of finding and identifying objects and scenery in real-time. Once the background is identified, the New Leica dual camera adjusts itself to produce the best possible photo.
Improving in mobile technology is far from a rat race. Every single day we step closer to the future. Today, Huawei just leapt into it with the mobile A.I power of Kirin 970. The Huawei Mate 10 Pro’s intelligent power and speed are some of the things we need in our lives right now. I’m glad that life in this fast-paced society has inspired top mobile manufacturers to meet the needs of our hustle and bustle lifestyle.I know what I’ll be asking Santa for Christmas this year!

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