The Huawei Eyes on Display feature is amazing technology

With the launch of each Huawei flagship, the company introduces new technologies that favor consumers and try to give them the best possible user experience. Eyes on Display (EOD) is one such feature that not only improves your user experience but also offers you a new kind of interactivity for your Huawei smartphone.

Huawei Eyes on Display was first introduced with EMUI 11 during the 2020 launch of the Huawei Mate 40 Pro. The company designed this feature around the gesture and depth sensors built into the large pill-shaped notch on the front of the smartphone.

Behind the scenes, the Eyes on Display feature is powered by the Huawei Kirin 9000’s NPU unit and Da Vinci NPU architecture, which keeps it stable and noting the Huawei Mate 40 Pro user’s perfect movement.

How it works:

It’s simple, whenever a user looks at the screen or comes within range of the sensor, the display activates an always-on display theme. The phone keeps the always-on display activated as long as you face the direction or the phone’s display.

On the other hand, the display quickly disables the screen as soon as you move your face outward. This is a pretty useful and easy-to-use feature that helps reduce battery consumption and save even more.

Remarkably and intelligently, the feature shows no activity when you put your palm in front of the sensor. Instead, it perfectly detects movements of the face or eyes, which seems incredible in smartphone technologies.

Huawei Eyes on Display feature

Even the iPhone can’t do that, um… The iPhone does not come with Always On Display.

Ok, back to topic.

How to activate:

Huawei Mate 40 Pro series consumers would find this feature enabled by default, but it can be accessed by going to Settings > Home screen & wallpaper > then tapping Display mode and selecting Smart for Eyes on Display feature.

Use on other phones:

Since the launch of the Huawei Mate 40 series, Huawei has not released a new model in the lineup due to some supply chain issues. However, we are waiting for the next flagship of the Mate series – the Huawei Mate 50 series, which could be launched in August. Read more about this story in the article linked below.

Huawei Mate 50 comes in three models, new information is here

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