Huawei has launched the “ThaiPicStory” campaign, inviting people to capture the essence of being Thai and break a Guinness World Record with the Huawei P10/P10 Plus, a smartphone with a front-back dual camera from Leica.
The “ThaiPicStory” campaign will run from Thursday to July 31, and the photos captured by Thai people will be gathered by Huawei to break a Guinness World Record for the largest digital exhibition.
Tossaporn Nisthanon, deputy country director for the Huawei Consumer Business Group (Thailand), said: “Huawei P10 and P10 Plus were created to revolutionise smartphone photography, as they are the world’s first smartphones with a Leica front camera and Leica dual rear camera, allowing consumers to capture portraits beautifully.
“Additionally, Huawei P10 and P10 Plus come with monochrome bokeh, Leica selfie and studio quality modes. Consumers may gain first-hand experience of these modes from the experience booth, which will be provided in strategic locations.
Chanvit Khieonavavongsa, chief marketing officer of the Huawei Consumer Business Group (Thailand), added: “For our campaign marketing plan, we have appointed two brand ambassadors, Gunn Svasti Na Ayutthaya, a rising star, and Ploy Chermarn Boonyasak, a leading Thai actress.”
Republished with permission from The Nation