Huawei is aiming to bring touch-free smartphones to users, as the company boosts its research and development spending. A touch-free smartphones will allow the devices to read users’ hand gestures in order to initiate commands. Touchscreen smartphones and tablets currently allow for the use of several fingers to issue certain commands when pressed on the display. But users only have five fingers on a hand, limiting the number of commands that can be made. Using hand gestures would allow users more easily to control the smartphone’s graphical user interface. Huawei, however, expects this functionality will need a powerful graphics processor and also two front-facing cameras, the technology will likely to start on tablets device first. Last year, Apple has already seeked a similar patents for this, and SONY has also announced a new Android-based smartphone comes with ‘floating touch’ navigation. So whatever Huawei is up to, motion-sensing technology will properly be the ‘next big thing’.
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