Tag: Huawei

  • Huawei presents 10 most important location energy trends

    Huawei presents 10 most important location energy trends

    Huawei Digital Power today launched its white paper on the top ten site energy trends. They drive telecom operators’ transition to green energy and were explained in detail by Li Shaolong, President of Huawei Site Power Facility Domain. Trend 1: From consumer to producerHuawei_Top_10_Site_Power_TrendsHuawei_Top_10_Site_Power_Trends Operators and tower companies (towercos) are transforming from pure energy consumers…

  • Petal Maps and Tawasal SuperApp join forces to provide advanced mapping services

    Petal Maps and Tawasal SuperApp join forces to provide advanced mapping services

    Petal Maps, Huawei’s navigation system, signed a memorandum of understanding with Tawasal, a leading communications technology innovator in the UAE, on December 26. The goal of the collaboration is to provide improved map services for users of both parties who are expanding internationally. The signing ceremony was attended by Abdul Jabbar Al Sayegh, Head of…

  • Holiday Gift Guide Featuring Huawei’s Latest Lifestyle Tech Trends

    Holiday Gift Guide Featuring Huawei’s Latest Lifestyle Tech Trends

    As the holiday season approaches, it’s time again to hit the stores to surprise your loved ones. Whether it is a gift of love and appreciation expressed at Christmas or a good luck gift to help one usher in a brand new New Year, we all want to present a gift that is practical in…

  • Huawei Mate 60 follows its Pro sibling…

    Huawei Mate 60 follows its Pro sibling…

    Huawei Mate 60 followed its Pro sibling as it launches in China. The device has a single version of 12GB RAM and 512GB of storage and costs CNY 5999. It came in the same colors and IP68 rating as its sibling. However, the vanilla version is smaller with a smaller display – a 6.69-inch OLED…

  • Huawei Mate 60 Pro launches in China

    Huawei Mate 60 Pro launches in China

    Huawei Mate 60 Pro has been quietly launched in China. The company listed on its website without any formal announcement or promotional activities. It is priced at CNY 6999 for the single 12GB+512GB variant and is available in green, purple, white, and black colors. The front of the device is adorned with a 6.82-inch OLED…

  • GOOGLE APPS COME TO HUAWEI & HONOR PHONES

    If you buy a new Honor or Huawei phone, you will not be able to access Google apps, thanks to US regulations that prohibit. And while it is possible to install Google apps on a Huawei or Honor phone, the process is rather long-winded – it’s a pain in the ass basically. With the Googlefier app, a new app created by XDA…

  • The impact of walking away from Huawei

    Relationships between global governments and Huawei have been nuanced to say the least in recent months. From the UK to India and most recently Sweden, the dominoes are falling as the Chinese telecoms giant is banned from 5G networks in an increasing number of countries. Expelling Huawei from India is certainly one of the most…

  • Evolution of Huawei phones

    Huawei didn’t start at the top. When Huawei first began producing phones, it entered a crowded market, and its phones were often offered under the banner of different brands. But, Huawei became a success story in short order, quickly rising through the ranks, introducing its own top-of-the-line smartphones, and soaring past the competition to become…

  • Huawei says it’s running out of chips

    Huawei, the world’s biggest smartphone vendor, says it’s running out of processor chips because of US sanctions against the company, The Associated Press reported. And according to Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business unit, as of next month the Chinese phone manufacturer will no longer be able to make its own Kirin chipsets due to the…

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