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On July 27th, HUAWEI will unveil HarmonyOS 3, its next major operating system. This will be the company’s next major OS, powering a variety of products such as smartphones, tablets, and IoT devices. Furthermore, HUAWEI will release new products on the same day, ensuring the company’s “All Scenario” approach. It is unknown when all the products will be revealed.

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— Huawei Mobile (@HuaweiMobile) July 18, 2022

Simultaneously, HUAWEI has confirmed the Summer 2022 Smart Office Launch for global users after announcing the release of HarmonyOS 3 for China via Weibo. We hope that the same event that is taking place in China will be translated into English and broadcast live on the company’s social channels.

HarmonyOS 3 is the successor to HarmonyOS 2, which was released a year ago, in June 2021. HarmonyOS 3 will also expand on HUAWEI’s tagline “One As All, All As One.” We can anticipate much more innovative cross-device communication approaches and innovative features in the new operating system.

Since HarmonyOS 2 is based on EMUI 12 for global users, it’s unclear whether HUAWEI will release the HarmonyOS 3 for global users in the current situation. So, we have to wait until July 27th to see what happens.

The HUAWEI HarmonyOS 3 and New Products Launch event is set for 13:30 CET / 7:30PM China time (5:30 PM IST).

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Killexams : The Huawei P50: An immersive audiovisual experience

Cameras don’t just capture images, they immortalise the moments they capture. The Huawei P50 forms part of the P50 series, which is the first line-up in the industry to support Huawei XD Optics — enabling smartphones to go beyond the limits of physics. It embodies Huawei’s brand of imaging and video technology.

Huawei is committed to the pursuit of best-in-class camera technology and picture quality. 

Here are four reasons why the Huawei P50 makes the perfect smartphone, taking your video and image content creation to the next level. 

1. True-steady superzoom camera matrix brings distant objects closer

If you want to photograph faraway objects but can’t get closer to them, you can use the zoom lens on the Huawei P50. It supports up to 80 times zoom range with a periscope zoom lens. The smartphone supports a new generation of artificial intelligence image stabilisation technology, which is complemented by new optical image stabilisation hardware to offer an improved experience.

2. The true-chroma image engine brings perfect colour 

In addition to the Huawei P50 series’ brilliant capabilities such as lowlight and zoom photography, the P50 offers true-chroma shots by producing a picture as you see it.  With a 50% better ability to distinguish ambient light and 20% better average colour accuracy, the Huawei P50 has the best colour performance.

3. Huawei XD Optics: Revolutionary physics-defying innovation

The P50 is supported by Huawei XD Optics, which offers a novel approach to addressing image quality improvement. This unprecedented solution is poised to start a new industry trend that will assist users to take better photos.

For the first time, the image processing capabilities are added to the optical imaging system, correcting the optical differentials and restoring the details in images. This solution surpasses the limits of optical design, allowing the Huawei P50 series to boost image signal by 20%. 

The Huawei P50 combines the advanced capabilities of multiple lenses, 10-channel multi-spectrum sensor and super high-definition image processing engine, with the true-chroma image engine to create a versatile mobile imaging solution. 

The super dual-matrix camera works together with the Huawei XD optics technology and the improved XD fusion pro to unleash the power of the multi-camera system — delivering a whole new experience in mobile photography. From colours to image quality, focusing speed and image stabilisation, every aspect of mobile photography has been improved, enabling users to easily capture stunning photos and videos.

The Huawei P50 depicts excellence that exceeds your expectations, its cutting-edge technologies and exceptional camera quality ensure you deliver outstanding images and videos. This is complemented by the 6.5-inch screen that is individually tuned to show you a true-to-life world, in the palm of your hands.  

You can purchase the Huawei P50 on the Huawei online store and in all retailers. It’s prized at R16,999 and you can receive a pair of Huawei Freebuds 4i valued at R1,499 T’s & C’s apply.

This article was paid for by Huawei. 

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Killexams : UNESCO-Huawei Technology-enabled Open Schools for All Project Progress Reviewed in Cross-country Seminar

The three-year project is being implemented in Ghana, Ethiopia, and Egypt to ensure the continuity and quality of learning under normal and crisis situations.

SHENZHEN, China, July 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ --  A three-day cross-country seminar hosted in Accra, Ghana on the subject of the Technology-enabled Open Schools for All (TeOSS) project drew to a close on July 7.

Following the official launch of the TeOSS project on 25 November 2021, the seminar was co-organized by Huawei and UNESCO as part of the project's implementation phase. The event included a progress report on the first phase of the project, including results so far, and discussed the implementation of the second phase.

UNESCO is assisting the Ministries of Education and other partners in Egypt, Ethiopia, and Ghana with the delivery of the three-year TeOSS project, which will run until August 2023. Developed under the framework of the UNESCO-Huawei Funds-in-Trust, the project spans the design, pilot testing, and scaling-up of open technology-enabled school systems. Including curricula, teacher-student interaction, and social care, these systems will be accessible in schools, homes, and other venues, ensuring education continuity and quality even if a crisis such as the pandemic occurs.

"There three axes to steer the digital revolution, which are all reflected in this project: to ensure connectivity for all; to build free, public digital learning content and platforms; and to focus on how technology can enhance pedagogical innovation and change," said Stefania Giannini, Assistant Director-General for Education, UNESCO.

Planned in close collaboration with the governments of Egypt, Ghana, and Ethiopia and aligned with their respective national strategies, each TeOSS project has been developed to meet specific local needs.

In Egypt, an ICT skills framework has been developed for teachers and students in K12 schools. Digital courseware development experts and primary and junior high school teachers will receive training, and a National Distance Learning Centre will be established for use by educators nationwide to ensure continuity in professional development.

"Since Egypt launched its new system, the President has provided unprecedented commitment to modernize the country's education model," said Dr. Hanem Ahmed, Head of International Cooperation for the Minister of Education and Technical Education of the Arab Republic of Egypt on behalf of H.E. Dr. Tarek Shawki, Minister of Education and Technical Education of the Arab Republic of Egypt.

The TeOSS project in Ethiopia is focusing on ICT infrastructure build-out to connect pilot schools, train teachers and students, and build a Learning Management System integrated with a Teacher Training Platform.

"The project perfectly aligns with Ethiopia's national strategies regarding the need to use ICT and digital content in our system. We will also scale up this system by adopting and customizing all activities according to the local context," said Dr. Zelalem Assefa, CEO of ICT and Digital Education for the Ministry of Education of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.

In Ghana, the focus is on creating digital content for all subjects, as well as providing training for teachers and students of primary and junior high schools. The project is also building an e-repository that teachers can use to upload content and which learners can access online and offline with little or no supervision.

"We need to be able to embrace technology to enhance our education delivery. If we want to be able to achieve SDG-4, we need digital platforms as an enabler and leverage to achieve that," said John Ntim Fordjour, Deputy Minister of Education, on behalf of H.E. Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, Minister of Education of the Republic of Ghana.

TeOSS is aligned with the Tech4Education domain of Huawei's digital inclusion initiative TECH4ALL, which aims to drive education equity and quality with technology, and is working to enhance digital access, Strengthen digital skills, and develop high-quality courses. Huawei ICT Academy program is designed to help cultivate ICT talent by improving digital skills.

"To achieve global education equity and share education resources, Huawei has launched the comprehensive one-stop service platform 'Huawei Talent'," said Zhang Jing, Senior Director of Huawei Education Talent Ecosystem, Huawei ICT Academy Development. "To bridge the gap between talent supply and demand in the digital era, Huawei is building talent alliances, improving skills, developing talent standards, and promoting the value of talent to help the world become more digital."

Technology is already demonstrating intrinsic value in transforming education, a value that will continue to grow in the future.

"Digital technology has become a new driver of productivity that supports innovation in education models, the transformation of education methodologies, and smarter education environments," said Kevin Zhang, CMO of ICT Infrastructure for Huawei. "We are exploring how to apply AI, such as computer vision, natural language processing, and speech processing, to education. Innovative technology can help solve the world's most pressing challenges. And we must continue working together to innovate."

The collaborative and innovative approach of the TeOSS project is helping to create inclusive, equitable, and quality education for all and underpin lifelong learning opportunities. It will empower nations to rethink education and underpin a new generation of digital schools and digital learners.

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Killexams : The new HUAWEI P50 can take your audio-visual experience to new heights

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Killexams : Huawei P50 debuts new camera tech

Cameras don’t just capture images, they immortalise the moments they capture. The Huawei P50 embodies Huawei’s brand of imaging and video technology, and this generation adds several improvements. 

Huawei says it has always been committed to the pursuit of best-in-class camera technology and picture quality. It provided the following information on the latest features of the P50 series:

True-Steady SuperZoom camera matrix to bring faraway objects up close

If you want to photograph faraway objects but can’t get closer to them, you can use the zoom lens on Huawei P50 to do just that. The Huawei P50 supports up to 80 time zoom range with a periscope zoom lens. The Huawei P50 supports a new generation of Artificial Image Stabilisation (AIS) Pro image stabilisation technology, that is complemented by the new Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) hardware to offer vastly improved stabilisation experiences.

True-Chroma Image Engine to provide accurate colour 

On top of excelling in the areas that the Huawei P Series are known for, such as low light and zoom photography, the Huawei P50 offers True-Chroma Shot by producing a picture, just as you see it.  With a 50% better ability to distinguish ambient light and 20% better average colour accuracy, the Huawei P50 has the best colour performance.

Huawei XD Optics: Revolutionary physics-defying innovation

The Huawei P50 is supported by Huawei XD Optics, which offers a novel approach to addressing image quality improvement. This solution is poised to start a new industry trend that will ultimately assist consumers take better photos. For the first time, the image processing capabilities are added to the optical imaging system, correcting the optical differentials and restoring the details in images. This solution surpasses the limits of optical design, allowing the Huawei P50 Series to boost image signal by 20%.

Dual-Matrix Camera: a whole new world 

The Huawei P50 introduces the first Dual-Matrix Camera system. Huawei has opted for a more integrated approach that is unlike any single-lens solution popular in the industry. The Huawei P50 combines the advanced capabilities of multiple lenses, 10-channel multi-spectrum sensor and super high-definition image processing engine, with the True-Chroma Image Engine to create an incredibly versatile mobile imaging solution. 

The super Dual-Matrix Camera works together with Huawei’s revolutionary Huawei XD Optics technology and the improved XD Fusion Pro to unleash the power of the multi-camera system, delivering a whole new experience in mobile photography. From colours to image quality, focusing speed and image stabilisation, every aspect of mobile photography has been improved, enabling users to easily capture stunning photos and videos.

The Huawei P50 depicts excellence that exceeds your expectations, its cutting-edge technologies and exceptional camera quality, ensure that you deliver outstanding images and videos. This is complemented by the 6.5-inch screen⁠ that is individually tuned to show you a true-to-life world, in the palm of your hands.  

You can also purchase the Huawei P50, which is now available on the Huawei store (online) and in all retailers. It’s priced at R16 999 and you can receive a pair of Huawei Freebuds 4i valued at R1 499. T’s & C’s apply.

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Killexams : Get the very best audio-visual experience with the new Huawei P50

Cameras don’t just capture images, they immortalise the moments they capture. The Huawei P50 embodies Huawei’s own brand of imaging and video technology. The Huawei P50 forms part of the Huawei P50 series, which is the first line-up in the industry to support Huawei XD Optics that allow smartphones to go beyond the limits of physics.

Huawei has always been committed to the pursuit of best-in-class camera technology and picture quality. Here’s why we suggest you should immerse yourself in the audio-visual experience that the Huawei P50 offers, by taking your video and image content creation to greater heights.

True-Steady SuperZoom camera matrix to bring faraway objects up close

If you want to photograph faraway objects but can’t get closer to them, you can use the zoom lens on Huawei P50 to do just that. The Huawei P50 supports up to 80x zoom with a periscope zoom lens. The Huawei P50 supports a new generation of AIS Pro image stabilisation technology, complemented by the all-new OIS hardware to offer vastly improved stabilisation experiences.

True-Chroma Image Engine to bring perfect colour

On top of excelling in the areas that the Huawei P Series is known for, such as low light and zoom photography, the Huawei P50 offers True-Chroma Shot by producing a picture, just as you see it. With a 50% improved ability to distinguish ambient light and 20% improved average colour accuracy, the Huawei P50 has the best colour performance.

Huawei XD Optics: revolutionary, physics-defying innovation

The Huawei P50 is supported by Huawei XD Optics, which offers a novel approach to addressing image quality improvement. This unprecedented solution is poised to start a new industry trend that will ultimately assist consumers take better photos. For the first time, the image processing capabilities are added to the optical imaging system, correcting the optical differentials and restoring the details in images. This solution surpasses the limits of optical design, allowing the Huawei P50 Series to boost image signal by 20%.

Dual-Matrix Camera: a whole new world

The Huawei P50 introduces the first Dual-Matrix Camera system. Huawei has opted for a more integrated approach that is unlike any single-lens solution popular in the industry. The Huawei P50 combines the advanced capabilities of multiple lenses, 10-channel multi-spectrum sensor and super high-definition image processing engine, with the True-Chroma Image Engine to create an incredibly versatile mobile imaging solution.

The super Dual-Matrix Camera works together with Huawei’s revolutionary Huawei XD Optics technology and the improved XD Fusion Pro to unleash the power of the multi-camera system, delivering a whole new experience in mobile photography. From colours to image quality, focusing speed and image stabilisation, every aspect of mobile photography has been improved, enabling users to easily capture stunning photos and videos.

The Huawei P50 depicts excellence that exceeds your expectations. Its cutting-edge technologies and exceptional camera quality ensure that you deliver outstanding images and videos. This is complemented by the 6.5-inch screen⁠ that is individually tuned to show you a true-to-life world, in the palm of your hands.

You can purchase the Huawei P50, which is now available on the Huawei store (online) as well as in all good retailers. It’s priced at R16 999 and you can receive a pair of Huawei Freebuds 4i valued at R1 499. Ts&Cs apply.

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Killexams : R100m cloud SME investment as Huawei accelerates cloud plans

Huawei has announced that its third data centre availability zone is set to go live three years ahead of schedule, as well as its R100-million Cloud Spark programme, which is set to provide support to more than 1 000 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) over the next three years.

Both of these announcements are part of Huawei Cloud’s “Everything as a Service” approach, which is being adopted locally and globally.

Jay Zhou MD of Huawei Cloud South Africa.

Speaking at the Huawei Eco-Connect event, held last week at the Sandton Convention Centre, Jay Zhou MD of Huawei Cloud South Africa, explained that the “everything as a service” approach brings together traditional cloud offerings such as Infrastructure as a Service, Technology as a Service, and Expertise as a Service. Key to this approach is thinking cloud-native, acting cloud-native, and applying an all-digital, all-cloud, AI-driven mindset.

This, he says, is crucial to meeting the future head on.

“In the future, sensors will replace our hands and feet and the cameras will replace our eyes,” he says, adding: “Students in rural areas will have the same learning experience as students in the city.”

But all of those things require significant computing power and the best way to provide that power is through the cloud. It’s hardly surprising then, that while investment in traditional IT infrastructure has fallen, investment in cloud computing has grown 32% in South Africa. It’s that growth that has helped Huawei keep growing its availability zones (AZs) in South Africa. Having opened its first one in 2019, its third AZ will halve cloud latency to 20ms.

Huawei also recognises that it’s critical that it’s not just corporates that benefit from Huawei Cloud’s “Everything as a Service” vision but SMEs too. This is part of the reason it’s launched its R100-million Cloud Spark initiative.

Cloud Spark is a hybrid accelerator programme for tech startups and SMEs. While there are key vertical focus areas, it is open to other SMEs outside those areas. Run in partnership with the Silicon Cape organisation, it will provide financial, technical, training support, and go-to-market support for all programme participants.

The event also saw several Huawei Cloud customers detail their experiences with the company.

“What struck me about Huawei is that they are really invested in the business,” says Willem Groenewald, CEO of the Automobile Association of South Africa (AA), which used Huawei Cloud to transform from a legacy organisation into a digitally capable organisation effectively able to Strengthen road safety for South African drivers, passengers, and pedestrians.

Altron SI CSO Ross Matthee, meanwhile, points out that, as well as using Huawei Cloud for customer deployments, it has moved its own internal systems to Huawei Cloud.

“Our partnership with Huawei is a 10-year relationship,” he says. ”The last year and a bit has been on an accelerated track with Huawei Cloud.”

U-Learning, meanwhile, is an online education provider which has been in business since 2006, with more than 10 million users in academic, corporate, and education verticals around the world. Its vision is to bring smart education to every classroom.

“We deploy all of our platforms in Asia, Latin America, and Africa using Huawei Cloud,” says Christina Ng, GM of U Learning.

In the long term, Huawei Cloud hopes to keep fostering these kinds of success stories.

“We are going to build a smart ecosystem in South Africa for South Africa,” Zhou concludes.

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Killexams : Huawei, Kipchoge launch campaign to inspire youths

Huawei has partnered with the greatest marathon runner in history, Eliud Kipchoge to inspire young people to be resilient and hardworking.

The campaign will see the technology firm instill core values associated with the marathoner including perseverance, dedication and agility.

In 2019, Kipchoge became the first person in the world to successfully complete a marathon under two hours.

Dubbed the Ineos 1:59 Challenge, the Kenyan athlete broke the two-hour mark for running the marathon distance.

He is also the 2016 and 2020 Olympic marathon champion, and holds the world record in the marathon with a time of 2:01:39 set at the 2018 Berlin Marathon.

According to him to get better in training perseverance is very key.

“With dedication we become more innovative getting better each day individually and collectively. With perseverance, dedication and agility, we can pursue our goals and become champions in our worlds,” said Kipchoge.

These are the same values that has seen Huawei grow to serve more than three billion people globally in just thirty years.

Huawei is a key ICT infrastructure provider powering the incredible success story of Kenya’s Silicon Savannah and digital economy.

Steve Kamuya, director Enterprise Business at Huawei, is one of the top officials who has embraced those attributes to rise  through the ranks at Huawei over 17 years.

"The success I have personally had in Huawei, and of the company in Kenya overall, has been due to taking the same approach of persevering to overcome challenges, and dedicating ourselves non-stop to developing the best technologies, people and service for Kenya," Kamuya said.

Kipchoge has been dedicated to being the world’s greatest marathon runner since he was a child with a rigorous training regime, persevered despite numerous setbacks, and demonstrated incredible agility in breaking the world record.

This has been the same case for Huawei as they have been dedicated to the growth of the ICT industry and Kenya’s development for over twenty years.

The company has helped to build communication networks reaching almost every Kenyan with trade, health, education and entertainment services.

Maureen Mwaniki, Huawei vice-director of Programs Management said they strongly believe technology is the path to a successful future for Kenyan youth and are committed to doing more to inspire and support them for decades to come.

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Killexams : Huawei South Africa to Invest $5.8-Million in SMEs as Part of New Cloud Plans

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Killexams : Huawei MateBook D15 — value and performance in sleek design

Huawei is well known for its innovative smartphones, but in accurate years, the company has put an emphasis on its range of laptops and audio accessories. I’ve reviewed and been impressed with Huawei’s flagship MateBook ‘Pro’ models, but this week's review is on the more affordable MateBook D15 from late 2021.

The MateBook D15 inherits the same design language found on the MateBook X Pro models. It has a sturdy aluminium body that feels rigid despite being relatively thin at just under 17mm thick. It weighs 1.56kg (depending on the configuration), which makes it easy to recommend to those who need a thin and light laptop for college.

The included 65W USB-C charger is like a large phone charger and comes with a thick cable that has a standard USB-C connection on both ends. The latter is also very handy for charging phones, or other devices with a USB-C port.

The laptop has a lot of ports, including 1 USB 3.2 Gen 1, 2 USB 2.0, 1 USB-C, 1 full-size HDMI, and a 3.5mm 2-in-1 headset and microphone connection. The D15 does not have a Thunderbolt port and while it would have been handy, you don’t often see it in laptops in this price range.

Like their more expensive models, the power button has a fingerprint sensor that works fast and reliably.

The keyboard features textured keys with decent spacing and a reasonable amount of travel for a tactile response while typing. There’s no keypad, but most users won’t miss this.

The bezels around the screen are small, although the bottom is much larger with the Huawei branding in the middle.

Like all the other Huawei laptops I’ve tested, the 720p webcam is seated in the middle of the top row of function keys. This is a novel approach that keeps the top screen bezel thin and you can quickly hide the camera for extra privacy — press down on this special key and the camera pops up. While the low angle isn’t always flattering since it’s looking up your nose, I’ve never found it to be any real issue for occasional use.

You get dual speakers on the base of the laptop and these sound fine when placed on a flat surface, but lack any real bass. Also, I found that when placed on your lap, the sound was a little hollow. That said, it’s nice to see a 3.5mm headphone jack included.

Display

The 15.6-inches IPS FHD has a matte screen that reduces glare but also reduces clarity a little. It doesn’t get overly bright at 250 nits of maximum brightness, which is fine for use indoors but not nearly bright enough to use outdoors. Off-access viewing angles are not great either, but as long as you’re looking directly at it, which is most of the time, it’s fine.

Performance

The MateBook D15 is not a gaming or performance beast, but it is more than capable of performing regular office-type tasks with ease. My review model came with 8GB of RAM, 128GB for the main drive and a more generous 512GB for a second storage drive, along with an 11th Gen Intel Core i5 CPU. This is the minimum amount of RAM required to run Windows efficiently, but in practice, it worked well for its intended purpose.

The D15 is only good for some light gaming since it doesn’t come with discrete graphics. Instead, you get Intel Iris Xe graphics onboard.

The small 42Wh battery helps to keep the battery light, but also means it won’t last all day without a recharge. You should expect between 4-5 hours with typical usage, but of course, this is incredibly dependent on screen brightness, CPU usage, speaker volume, WiFi, and so on. The 65W charger is light and easy to bring with you and it can charge the laptop battery to 53% in just 30 minutes.

Verdict

The Huawei MateBook D15 is light and portable, with a good selection of ports and features. The 65W charger is excellent and its performance is more than adequate for all but power users or gamers.

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