Honor V8 and 8 will have watermark on captured photos soon

Initially, only the Honor 8 and Honor V8 smartphones will have the watermark on the captured photos. This feature will be available to smartphones in a firmware update that will be released soon. It is not yet known how the watermark will be, but it is believed that it will only be the name of the device in the lower left corner and may appear more subtly than the Xiaomi Mi 6.

Honor 8: Technical Specifications

Display:5.2-inch screen using Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) for displaying content
RAM:3 or 4 GB of RAM
ROM:32 or 64 GB of memory for internal storage
Chipset:HiSilicon Kirin 950 chipset, in 64-bit architecture (made by Huawei itself)
GPU:ARM Mali-T880 as graphics card
Main camera:Dual 12 megapixel master camera (f / 2.2 aperture and laser autofocus)
Front camera:8-megapixel front camera (f / 2.4 aperture)
Features:Rear-panel fingerprint reader
Battery:3,000 mAh battery
OS:Released with Android 6.0 Marshmallow as operating system, modified by Huawei's own interface, EMUI 4.1

Honor V8: Technical Specifications

Display:5.7-inch screen with Quad HD resolution (2560 x 1440)
Chipset:Kirin 955 chipset with eight processing cores
GPU:Mali-T880 MP4 GPU
ROM:32 GB internal storage
Main camera:Dual 12 megapixel main camera
Front camera:8 megapixel front camera
Features:Fingerprint reader
Battery:3,500 mAh battery
OS:Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Currently, some smartphones are coming to the market with a feature that can irritate users: the watermark on the photos captured with the device. This is the case of Mi 6, which shows in the lower left corner of each image taken the phrase “shot on Mi 6”, as you can see in this comparison. Now, joining Xiaomi, Huawei has announced that it will make the same feature available on some of its smartphones.

Honor V8 and 8 will have watermark on captured photos soon

It is not yet known when Huawei will make this update available for the two smartphones, but that is likely to happen in the coming days. According to what has been revealed, it will arrive via OTA (Over the Air), that is, the owners of Honor 8 or Honor V8 will receive a notification when the update is available.

Source: Gizmochina


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