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TECNO Dynamic 1 is an AI-powered ‘robotic dog’ companion

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Top smartphone vendor Transsion‘s TECNO sub-brand, has unveiled another groundbreaking creation in the form of an AI-enhanced robotic dog at MWC [Mobile World Congress] 2024 here in Barcelona, Spain.

The TECNO Dynamic 1 embodies the brand’s “Stop At Nothing” philosophy, showcasing the possibilities of human-machine interaction in a way that’s both visually appealing and functionally advanced.

And no, it’s not just a toy — it’s more than that. It’s a companion. Inspired by the agility of the German Shepherd, the Dynamic 1 is designed to enhance everyday life with smart home entertainment, assistance, and even educational potential. With a powerful torque output of 45 N.m/kg and a sophisticated joint cooling, it can effortlessly climb stairs, bow, shake “hands,” and perform other realistic dog-like movements.

The TECNO Dynamic 1 at MWC 2024

It’s intelligent and responsive, too. The TECNO Dynamic 1 features what the company calls AI HyperSense Fusion System. Combine that with an Intel RealSense D430 depth camera and an array of sensors, and you get exceptional stability and obstacle avoidance for safe navigation. Its 8-core ARM CPU ensures dynamic movement and rapid recovery from falls. You’ll appreciate the intuitive control options: a dedicated app, a remote control, and an advanced voice-recognition technology powered by four microphones.

TECNO’s robotic dog is built for endurance and convenience. With 64GB of onboard storage, Wi-Fi 6, and Bluetooth 5.2, the Dynamic 1 delivers robust, seamless performance. The 15,000mAh battery offers a generous 90 minutes of runtime. Its modular design allows for quick, hot-swappable battery changes to keep playtime uninterrupted. Safety is also prioritized here. Think integrated protection against common electrical issues.

So is this the future of robotics? The TECNO Dynamic 1 represents a significant milestone in the development of consumer-focused robotics and AI. It’s a testament to the brand’s dedication to cutting-edge technology.

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Editor-in-chief: Alora Uy Guerrero has 22 years of experience as an editor for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. She took time off journalism to manage OPPO’s digital-marketing campaigns. When not busy with her babies, she’s working on Revü, a passion project — or probably traveling or obsessing over her favorite bands, movies, TV shows, and basketball teams.