Chinese smartphone maker Honor launched a new app powered by AI PocketVision at IFA 2019, which aims to help people read hard-to-read documents, menus, and other texts.
“By launching this app, we hope to create an enhanced reading experience for people around the world, enable a greater sense of independence, and give people with low vision the confidence to unlock their potential and pursue them.
Passions, "said George Zhao, Honorary President in a statement.
There are three modes available so far: text-to-speech mode, zoom mode and negative image mode, XDA developers reported Saturday.
Text-to-speech mode helps convert images to text faster and more accurately, and then tells you text from books, documents, menus, and more easily.
Zoom In mode allows users to enlarge text using the volume buttons on their device. Temporary negative image mode; Provides a variety of color filters to refine text.
PocketVision can be downloaded from Huawei AppGallery and supports English, Portuguese, German, Spanish, Italian and Chinese.
Additionally, the company has partnered with the Royal National Institute of the Blind (RNIB) to help raise awareness of the obstacles faced by people with blind and partial vision.
The company said the application can be downloaded in full honor. smartphones, but it works smoothly on Honor 20 and honor 20 Pro smartphones.