Ladies and gentlemen, the future is here. Taking a big leap in the evolution of cell phones, the secretive amongst you will now be able to keep your deepest and darkest locked up with the Huawei Mate 10 Lite’s own iteration on facial recognition, offering users unparalleled privacy over their phone’s contents thanks to its newest software update. How, you ask? Simple; you let the front camera map out your face with over 1000 points of facial information and that’s pretty much it. You can now unlock your phone using Huawei’s slick facial recognition software just by looking at your screen. And it goes even further by hiding your content and notifications from anybody else’s prying eyes; it’s all for your eyes only. Privacy matters a lot to us here at CairoScene, so this is something we really appreciate.

But this is not all for the revolutionary Mate 10 Lite. Not to get too deep into the plethora of powerful bits and pieces that make the Mate 10 Lite what it is - suffice to say, it’s a beast of a performer. So don’t be fooled by the Mate 10 Lite’s variant; with Huawei’s gorgeous proprietary FullView display and a generously sharp array of 4 cameras and at a bargain price, it’s been a hot seller the world over.

 

Furthermore, Huawei also gives proud Mate 10 Lite owners a new addition to Lite’s already impressive selfie game; the AR lens gives folks the ability to superimpose themselves onto photos of their favourite celebs, locales or designer couches; giving selfies a fun and fresh augmented reality spin, and all on a nice budget. You can get your hands on the update starting February 9th.

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