Huawei XMAGE is not just a mobile imaging system but it is a whole new technology that helps consumers capture the real beauty of the world and the XMAGE Trend report 2023 is proof that showcased at MWC 2023.
At MWC 2023 event in Barcelona, Huawei unveiled the first-ever XMAGE Trend Report since the launch of Huawei XMAGE in 2022. According to Huawei, this mobile imagery brand has clearly defined the structure of Huawei’s Mobile imaging strategy including innovation, user experience, and culture exploration.
Huawei has uploaded the full XMAGE 2023 Report (Link) on the official Huawei website and the images selected for the report are based on the following themes:
- Built Environment
- Cultural heritage
- Sustainable future
“Images have become the common language of today, and mobile phones play an increasingly important role in this new trend,” said Li Changzhu, Vice President of Strategy Marketing, Huawei Consumer BG, and a judge of the Huawei NEXT IMAGE Awards.
The submission for this award is based on works generated from the submission to the NEXT IMAGE awards, sorted from the images taken with the XMAGE smartphone.
“Huawei XMAGE aims to bring a new era of mobile imagery, and we spare no efforts in forging a strong imagery culture via innovation, which brings users a superior experience,” Li emphasized.
Every year, consumers take over 1.4 trillion photos, among these 89% are photographed by a smartphone, which is a huge number as compared to other mediums of photography.
To event is marked by senior leaders from the field of culture and arts, top photographers, visual sociologists, and student representatives who shared their views on innovation and culture, key findings in the report, and the future of mobile imagery.
“Technologies and arts, including architecture, can work together to create amazing results. The Huawei report illustrates this powerfully,” said Benedetta Tagliabue, Founder, and CEO of EMBT Architects. “I am pleased to see that Huawei is leading such efforts in inspiring users worldwide and exploring the future direction for mobile imagery.” she added.