July 6, 2015 (LBO) – Chinese telecoms maker Huawei together with Singer Sri Lanka launched its newest addition to the smart phone segment “Huawei P8” in Colombo recently.
“The Huawei P8 is inspired by the best of human design from different cultures across the centuries and embodies the human spirit of exploration and beauty,” Henry Liu, Country Head of Huawei Device Sri Lanka said.
“Global sales of the Huawei P6 have totaled 5 million units in 60 countries and the Huawei P7 surpassed 4 million sales across more than 100 countries in just six months,”
“The success of the Huawei P6 and P7 indicates a strong potential demand for the Huawei P8.”
The phone priced at 69999 rupees comes with four color options: silver, gold, black and grey.
The phone is 6.4mm thin, with dual SIM cards, captures a full-length screen shot by double-tapping a knuckle, while drawing a circle on the screen quickly captures content.
Additionally, the phone has the “search phone by voice” function, which allows users to call out to their misplaced smartphone with phone responding through its speaker to identify.
The device contains a 2680mAh battery and with Kirin 930 Octa-Core 64-bit chipset, delivering performance that outpaces the smartphone market by 20 percent.
Features include: Industry-leading Optical Image Stabilizer technology up to 1.2°, enabling high-quality photos and videos, and managing camera shake so images are consistently sharp and the world’s first four-color RGBW sensor which enhances brightness by 32 percent in high contrast lighting situations, reduces it by 78 percent in low light environments. DSLR-level independent image processor enabling noise reduction when shooting and intelligent detection of a high-contrast lighting environment.