Chinese smartphone maker makes first smartphone that can recognize faces

The Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi has unveiled its first smartphone which can recognize the face of a user using artificial intelligence.

The new smartphone, called Xiaomi Mi 3, is equipped with artificial intelligence that can be used to help users interact with the smartphone in a way that would not be possible with other phones.

The company is aiming to have its Mi 3 smart phone be used in India as well.

Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun told the conference on Monday that the smartphone can be customized to your needs.

“You can even have your own custom face to make the experience better,” Lei said.

The Xiaomi Mi3 is made by Xiaomi, one of the world’s top smartphone makers.

Xiaomi has launched a range of devices over the past two years including the Xiaomi Mi Note, Xiaomi Mi 6 and Xiaomi Mi X. Xiaomi also makes the popular Mi 5, which is the only device Xiaomi sells in India.

The smartphone is powered by a Snapdragon 617 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage and a 3000mAh battery.

Xiaomi says the smartphone has an IP68 rating, making it water resistant.

The Xiaomi Mi phone was launched in India in March, and Xiaomi says it expects to sell its first batch of Mi phones in India by April.

The Mi 3 comes with the company’s own camera app, called Mi Camera.

Xiaomi claims that its camera app can recognize up to 60 different faces.

“The Mi Camera is a natural experience for us and our team,” Lei told reporters.

Lei says the Mi camera will be used for a number of applications, including for facial recognition, location and other purposes.

“The Xiaomi camera app will be available to millions of people and we will be using it to help people share selfies, photos and videos,” he said.

Xiaomi Mi camera app Xiaomi Mi Mi camera has been downloaded over 100 million times.

Xiaomi is now targeting over 100 markets.

Lei said Xiaomi Mi cameras will also be sold in other markets like China and other Asian countries.