Honor 200 will feature these new AI features with Android 14-based MagicOS 8.0

HTech is set to expand its smartphone portfolio with the launch of the Honor 200 series in India. The company has confirmed that the upcoming smartphones will run on Android 14-based Magic OS 8.0, which the company claims is the world's first intent-based UI. The Chinese smartphone maker has promised that the latest operating system is designed to deliver a better AI-driven experience that will be powered by Honor's proprietary MagicLM on-device AI large language model.

With features such as AI Large Language Model, MagicLM, along with AI capabilities such as Magic Capsule, Magic Portal, and Magic Ring, the Honor 200 series is expected to boost productivity and enhance the overall user experience.

MagicOS 8.0: Availability
The MagicOS 8.0 UI will be introduced with the Honor 200 series. However, the company has confirmed that MagicOS 8.0 has already been rolled out to Honor 90 users and it will be rolled out to Honor X9B customers within this month.

AI features available with MagicOS 8.0

The Magic Portal feature will be able to understand messages and guide users to relevant apps.
In addition, MagicOS 8.0 also features AI Smart Folders and AI Blur that help enhance usability and privacy. In addition, Smart Folders makes accessing apps faster, while AI Blur protects sensitive information in screenshots.

The Magic Ring feature will enhance user digital interaction by simplifying multitasking on the device with a swipe, allowing easy access and management of multiple apps. It will support 8 services such as network sharing, screen sharing, keyboard and mouse sharing, camera sharing, window sharing, file sharing, call sharing and notification sharing.

Whether you're using a PC, tablet or smartphone, MagicRing will streamline your workflow by integrating these functions across different screens. It's like having a unified control center for all your devices, boosting productivity and convenience wherever you are.

Magic Anywhere Door will provide a streamlined file transfer experience through simple drag-and-drop operations. By long-pressing text, images, files, and videos, it will allow users to drag them left or right on the screen to store them, making it possible to handle important information in a quick and efficient manner.

The new 3-finger swipe will also make accessing content collection easier. It will allow users to initiate a global search on smartphone, laptop, and tablet screens by swiping down with three fingers.

Magic Capsule, a versatile touchscreen interface, will simplify access to essential functions such as calls and alarms, eliminating the need to navigate between multiple apps. It will also keep users updated on important information such as timers and order status.

Other features of MagicOS 8.0 include the Magic Lock Screen that will provide Always On Display on the full screen and the Parallel Spaces feature to provide enhanced security that works independently with fully isolated contacts and notifications, equipped with a connected App Gallery.

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