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26 Oct, 2023
1 min time to read

Honor has introduced its latest flagship phone, the Honor Magic 6, at the 2023 Snapdragon Summit.

Alongside powerful AI capabilities, the device boasts a unique feature called "Magic Capsule," enabling users to interact with the phone using their eyes.

During the keynote presentation, Honor demonstrated the Magic Capsule feature, showcasing how users could open apps simply by changing the direction of their gaze. This eye-tracking technology aims to provide a new way of interacting with smartphones.

Magic Capsule, described as "eye-tracking based multimodal interaction," integrates Qualcomm's on-device AI and virtual assistant. Users can ask the assistant to perform tasks such as sorting and creating videos from their device's content, highlighting the device's AI capabilities.

While the concept of eye-tracking interaction is intriguing, there are concerns about privacy implications and real-world usability. The demo video presented during the keynote left many questions unanswered, making it unclear how effectively Magic Capsule will work in practice.

Despite these challenges, the introduction of such innovative technology by Honor showcases the company's commitment to pushing the boundaries of smartphone interaction beyond traditional touch controls. As the Honor Magic 6 is expected to ship in the coming weeks, users can anticipate experiencing this eye-tracking feature firsthand.