Hilarity ensued on noontime show "It's Showtime" as James Reid showed off his quirky and entertaining side by turning himself into an animated sticker.
The singer-songwriter used the QMoji feature of the newly-minted Huawei Nova 3i, which lets users become digital characters such as cats, pigs, and others.
The Nova 3i, a 6.3-inch smartphone, is a product of Huawei's aim to take the helm in the cameraphone industry.
It has 16-megapixel (MP) and 2-MP dual rear cameras as well as 24-MP and 2-MP dual front cameras that could create a natural bokeh effect.
The phone uses artificial intelligence (AI) engineered for its four cameras for an immersive photography experience.
'Showtime' host Karylle also shared her fascination with the Huawei Nova 3i.
"Hindi ba mahilig tayong kumuha ng picture ng mga kinakain natin," said Karylle, who is apparently fond of capturing photos as shown on her Instagram account with more than 4,000 posts.
"Sa AI recognition feature, automatic na mag-aadjust ang phone camera settings to get the best possible picture of your favorite food," she added.
The AI-powered smartphone can also personalize the users' experience with its smart shopping and image searching functions.
When purchasing online, shoppers can search for an item using its image.
The phone's AI image organization also makes sorting photos by date, place, and person easier.
The Huawei Nova 3i comes with 128 GB of storage capacity, which is suited for people who often take photos and videos.
The smartphone is priced at P15,990 and can be purchased in Black and Iris Purple colors.
Those who pre-order until July 27 will get a free bluetooth speaker worth P2,990. Get your own Nova 3i from Huawei Store, Lazada or Globe!
To know more about Nova 3i and pre-order details, visit https://consumer.huawei.com/ph/."
More information about Nova 3i can also be found on Facebook and Instagram.
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