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H19-307 Huawei Certified Pre-sales Specialist - Server (HCPA-Server)

Certification: HCPA-Server (Huawei Certified Pre-Sales Associate-Server)
Exam Code: H19-307
Duration: 90 mins
Pass score: 60/100
Exam Type: Prometric

HCPA-Server certification is targeted at sale of Huawei enterprise IT Server products. The HCPA-Server certification curriculum includes, but is not limited to the following: Huawei sales infrastructure knowledge, market objectives and localization, product basic characteristic and luminescent spot, foundation cases and typical scene applications and so on. With HCPA-Server certification,you demonstrate a basic understanding of general requirements of customers and typical application scenarios of the products, and can sell the Huawei server products. With engineers who are HCPA-Server certified, enterprises are able to sale, guide the Huawei enterprise IT Server products, can carry on the typical solution creation, and can satisfy customer's general business requirements for these products.

On completion of this program, the participants will be able to:
- Have an overview of Huawei and Huawei enterprise BG
- Server products knowledge
- Guide and sale Huawei Server products independently, and be able to make typical solutions to meet the customers' general business needs.

Module 1: Huawei FusionServer
Module 2: Huawei FusionServer X6800
Module 3: Huawei ES3000 SSD
Module 4: Huawei FusionCube
Module 5: Huawei FusionServer X6000
Module 6: Huawei Server Intelligent Full-Lifecycle Management
Module 7: Rack Server

Huawei Certified Pre-sales Specialist - Server (HCPA-Server)
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Killexams : Huawei plan - BingNews Search results Killexams : Huawei plan - BingNews Killexams : Huawei to launch updated home-grown operating system HarmonyOS 3 amid US sanctions as China seeks tech self-sufficiency No result found, try new keyword!The sanctions-hit Chinese telecoms giant says it plans to launch an updated version of its self-developed operating system this month The Android alternative, released nearly three years ago, has ... Sun, 17 Jul 2022 18:30:22 -0500 en text/html Killexams : Huawei increases cloud sector share as domestic market booms

Chinese technology company Huawei cemented its position as the country’s second-largest cloud service provider in the first quarter of 2022, according to a report released this month by technology analysts Canalys.

Huawei Cloud grew by 11 per cent during this time to take an overall market share of 18 per cent.

“It has won the cooperation of more than 100 enterprises through ecological integration with Huawei’s terminal business (PCs, smartphones and IoT) since it launched its ‘cloud-to-cloud collaboration’ strategy last year,” Canalys said.

“Huawei Cloud announced it will expand the business model of ecological integration of Huawei Cloud and the terminal business to more scenarios in 2022, including the integration of Huawei Cloud and IT Cloud, and the integration of Huawei Cloud and third parties,” it added.

Furthermore, the company is also expanding its Cloud Partner Programme, which includes the reclassification of partners into eight distinct roles, with each role being assigned different resourcing and training schedules.

Alibaba Cloud retained its position as the leading cloud service provider in the country, representing 36.7 per cent of all expenditure during the first quarter of 2022, an improvement of 12 per cent year-on-year.

“Alibaba Cloud is China’s perennial market share leader, and it continues to grow. Its overseas expansion is proceeding as planned, with Alibaba having announced the official opening of its data centre in South Korea on 30 March 2022,” Canalys explained.

Overall spending on cloud infrastructure services in mainland China rose by 21 per cent year-on-year during this period of time, reaching $7.3 billion, $1.3 billion higher than a year before. This represents 13 per cent of global cloud infrastructure expenditure.

China’s accelerated implementation of its national New Infrastructure plan, combined with the private sector’s intense digital transformation plans, has enabled cloud service providers to continue to thrive, despite the challenges posed by the pandemic.

Moreover, according to analysts, despite cloud service providers catching up with one another in terms of service capabilities, the sector continues to target new opportunities by offering additional, complementary services, based on industry experience.

“Cloud has become a popular choice for IT enterprises and cloud services are moving up the stack from data centre offerings to more industry-specific solutions,” Canalys Research Analyst Yi Zhang said.

“Strategies of multi-cloud deployments and multi-service provider delivery are common in the market, and cloud vendors and ISVs from vertical industries are increasingly looking to build more flexible portfolios,” Zhang added.

Furthermore, Canalys vice president Alex Smith said that “currently, China’s hyperscalers are rapidly expanding their abilities to provide solutions for specific industry customers”.

“But they are not doing this alone, instead, they are growing their bases of specialized ecosystem partners across different vertical industries to achieve both technical and industry-specific problem-solving capabilities,” Smith concluded.

Sat, 16 Jul 2022 18:00:00 -0500 Kyriacos Nicolaou en-GB text/html
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 Excellerate 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.

Mon, 11 Jul 2022 22:39:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : Huawei Unveils nova 10 and 10 Pro Alongside Its Own Tracker Tag

Huawei recently expanded the nova Series yet again by unveiling the new nova 10 and nova 10 Pro. At a glance, they looked so similar to each other which came as no surprise since the Chinese tech giant has indeed equipped both phones with plenty of identical features.

For example, both models are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 4G processor. The same also goes for their rear camera module which is  inclusive of a 50MP f/1.9 main camera, 8MP f/2.2 ultra-wide camera, and 2MP depth sensor.

A closeup of the nova 10 Series’ camera module. [Image: Huawei.]
The selfie camera for nova 10 Pro (L) vs standard nova 10 (R). [Image: Huawei.]
The simplest way to differentiate them apart is by looking at their selfie camera. This is because only the nova 10 Pro comes with a dedicated 8MP f/2.2 portrait camera alongside the 60MP f/2.4 main selfie camera while the standard model only has the 60MP camera.

Hence, we believe this is why the nova 10 Pro also has a slightly larger Full HD+ 120Hz OLED screen at 6.78-inch as opposed to the 6.67-inch screen on the standard model. Additionally, the Pro model’s selfie camera is located on the top left corner section of its screen instead of the top centre as per the standard nova 10.

Huawei nova 10
These four colours are meant for both Pro and standard models. [Image: Huawei.]
Furthermore, the Pro version has also been equipped with a 4500mAh battery while the standard edition has a smaller 4000mAh battery. Not to forget, the Pro model can support the Huawei SuperCharge charger with a power rating of up to 100W but the standard model is limited to 66W although that is still not shabby at all.

Last but not least, they are also priced differently with the nova 10 Pro starting at CNY3,699 (~RM2,441) for the 128GB version while the 256GB option costs CNY3,999 (~RM2,640). For the standard model, the 128GB version goes for CNY2,699 (~RM1,782) and as you may expect, the 256GB is priced slightly higher at CNY2,999 (~RM1,980).

Huawei Tag
The 6-gram tracker has a thickness of only 5.6mm, according to the company. [Image: Huawei.]
Meanwhile, the company has also become the latest tech giant to join the tracker market. Similar to the tracker released by the likes of Apple and Samsung, the new Huawei Tag is a Bluetooth and NFC tracker that takes advantage of connected Huawei devices across the land to allow users to locate the device.

Users can activate Huawei Tag’s sound alert once they are nearby it so that the tracker can be physically located and picked up immediately. Powered by a user-replaceable CR2032 battery, Huawei claimed that its new IP67-rated tracker can last for up to one year before users have to change its battery.

Huawei Tag
[Image: Huawei.]
Price-wise, the Huawei Tag costs CNY99 (~RM66) each or CNY299 (~RM198) for a pack of four. At the moment, it is not known if Huawei has a plan to release the tracker as well as nova 10 Series devices in Malaysia.
Mon, 04 Jul 2022 21:15:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : Huawei Introduces Watch Fit 2

Huawei has launched the new Huawei Watch Fit 2 in New Zealand today, the latest addition to its WATCH FIT series.

Originally launched in 2020, the series encourages users to explore new types of exercise through a range of animated fitness courses, workout modes and scientific health tracking features. With its lightweight feel and sleek design, it ushered in a new era of smartwatch, challenging users to scale up their fitness with a device that’s as stylish as it is useful.

The fitness animation and audio coach have been upgraded for a more immersive audio experience, while a host of health functions – monitoring everything from heart rate, to blood oxygen, to sleep – help users effortlessly keep track of their health all day, every day.

Each edition of the Huawei Watch Fit 2 comes with a unique choice of colours. Huawei Watch Fit Active Edition continues the design of the previous generation, in Sakura Pink, Isle Blue, and Midnight Black.

The design is smoother and sleeker than before. The 1.74-inch display is 18.6% larger than the previous iteration, with 336 PPI and 336 x 480-pixel resolution providing rich and vivid colours, so it’s easy to take in every detail at a glance. The display also features Huawei’s new chessboard design, which allows users to zoom in and out, effortlessly and intuitively.

Huawei Watch Fit 2 now comes with a speaker, in addition to the microphone. Calls can be pushed from users’ smartphone to their smartwatch via Bluetooth, so they can chat on the go, wherever they are. They can also add frequently used contacts in the Huawei Health App, to make it easy to call loved ones. If users can’t answer a call, they can send the caller a customised message with a single tap.

The dual-band, five-system GNSS is also great news for runners, as it increases the accuracy of motion trajectory. Sports Field mode tracks mileage and pace more precisely, while the new Route Import and Export function allows users to import their route into the smartwatch through the Huawei Health app. Users can also share their routes with friends and invite them to join in, helping to keep running fun – or more competitive.

The Huawei Health App has a range of other ways to promote a healthy lifestyle. Users can use the Healthy Living Management, to create a unique wellness plan, including daily steps, water intake, workouts and more; which the app reminds them of every day, offering positive feedback to keep users feeling good about maintaining a healthy lifestyle. There’s even a stand-up reminder with audio and animation, to help users remember to stay active throughout their day.

The smartwatch also tracks a range of health data, with Huawei’s upgraded Huawei TruSeen 5.0 heart rate monitoring technology accurately measuring users’ BPM and blood oxygen saturation (SpO2); and the ability to track sleep patterns. The smartwatch can analyse the different stages of each night’s sleep, identify a range of different sleep problems and offer solutions.

Other health features include menstrual cycle management, which assesses the user's heart rate, skin temperature and breathing rate to accurately predict their period and remind them of it beforehand, so they can always stay prepared. The Huawei Watch Fit 2 also helps manage stress, reminding users to slow down and breathe when they’re starting to feel overwhelmed.

The Huawei Watch Fit 2 is packed with intelligent features specifically designed to help users work out anytime, anywhere; including 97 workout modes for everything from running and cycling, to weight training, dancing, ball games, winter sports and more. There’s also a built-in animated fitness coach for 7 selected modes, offering easy-to-follow audio instructions and demonstrations – including warm-up and cool down – making it easy users to fit their workouts into their lives and track their progress as they go.

It also features Huawei’s Running Ability Index (RAI), which analyses a user’s height, age, weight, fitness and running experience to create a professional-level training plan. The data is then automatically analysed, and the training suggestions are adjusted, based on the user’s progress – so they’re constantly improving and working towards their goals.

The Huawei Watch Fit 2 Active Edition in Sakura Pink, Isle Blue, and Midnight Black is available for RRP NZ$ 269.00 at participating national.

Wed, 13 Jul 2022 17:07:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Huawei Band 7 review


The Huawei Band 7 is for those that want a smartwatch that’s compact enough to wear every day can go a long time on a charge and covers all of the basic functionality. And the fact that it doesn’t break the bank makes it all the more interesting.

Coming in Black, Green, Pink, and Red, and priced at €59/£50, this is one of the more affordable options on the market.

Huawei Band 7 review

What makes the Huawei Band 7 impressive, is the long list of features it managed to fit in that price tag. It’s watertight up to 50 meters, just 16g (28g with the strap), supports 96 workout modes, tracks heart rate, blood oxygen, and sleep, displays notifications, and has up to 14 days of battery life. But most of all, this is a very comfortable wearable that you’ll forget is on your wrist for hours on end.

The Huawei Band 7 comes in a simple box with a proprietary magnetic charger.

Huawei Band 7 review


The Huawei Band 7 is very light, but also very sturdy. The low weight is achieved by not using any metal on the casing, which Huawei claims is made out of polymer materials. You’d be forgiven for thinking the case itself is metal, though, as it makes a very plausible impression.

Huawei Band 7 review

Upfront, there’s a 1.47-inch 194x368px AMOLED display. The rectangular shape makes the display seem bigger than it is, while the viewing experience is great - vivid colors and great contrast. The display is also plenty bright for even the strongest of sunny days. There is no automatic max brightness option, though.

Huawei Band 7 review

There’s a setting to dim the display at night, which is a great feature for those who plan on wearing the Band 7 to bed and use its sleep tracking functionality.

There’s also the all-important Always-on display, and you get a choice of five watch faces - four digital and one analog.

Huawei Band 7 review

The glass on top of the display is slightly curved from top to bottom, and the screen ends on a bevel where it meets the frame, making for a comfortable, edge-free touching experience.

Huawei Band 7 review

The casing is dark grey on our Black model. There’s a single button on the right side of the Huawei Band 7 that brings up the workout modes. A second tap brings you back home.

Huawei Band 7 review

Looking on the underside of the Huawei Band 7 reveals the optical heart rate sensor and the two pins for the proprietary magnetic charger.

Huawei Band 7 review

This is also where you access the pins to remove the strap. It’s a proprietary shape, so you can’t use a standard watch strap. You need to push the pin down to remove the strap, which is a bit hard to do because the strap bows down into the pin. It’s not something we expect many people will do often, so it’s not an issue.

Huawei Band 7 review

Third-party straps are readily available through online retailers, which is great.

Software, fitness and sleep tracking, battery life

The Huawei Band 7 runs a real-time OS that brings features on the homescreen and doesn't have any installable apps. It’s not properly smart in the sense that you can't easily expand its functionality.

Huawei Band 7 review

Instead, a watch screen acts as your app. By default, you get a screen for the heart rate, the SpO2 reading, Weather, Music control, and the activity widget. You can choose which screens show up and reorder them, but weirdly it’s not done through the screen itself (unlike many smartwatches where a long press on a screen would allow you to remove or move it). You need to go into the settings menu, which is unintuitive and tedious.

Huawei Band 7 review

Another irk is that you can’t change the function of the side button, nor add a long-press action.

The Huawei Health app is available through the Play Store, but once you’ve set it up, Huawei will prompt you to get the latest version from its website. There’s an iOS app as well.

There 10 preinstalled watch faces and more than 4 thousand through the Health app. Most are of good quality.

Huawei Band 7 review

But lack of features also translates into simplicity. Once you’ve set up the Huawei Band 7 or get used to its default state, it will do a fine job of showing you what you want to see.

Let’s talk notifications. You can get the Band 7 to show notifications from every app, but you’ll only be able to return an answer in some apps. For instance, you can’t answer in Viber, but you can in Messenger, and then only with preset phrases like OK, NO, YES, etc. or with an emoji.

Huawei Band 7 review

Fitness tracking is very robust. You have 96 workout modes at your disposal, which covers all that this reviewer does. You get detailed analytics during the workout. There’s a nifty graph that tells you how engaged you are, based on your heart rate.

Huawei Band 7 review

I did a side-by-side comparison with my trusty smartwatch, which I carry every day, and found the Huawei Band 7 to be slightly more consistent. While my other wearable would occasionally jump up or down in memorizing by bpm, the Huawei Band 7 was steadier.

Huawei Band 7 review

I’m confident that the Band 7 was accurate in tracking my progress.

I tracked my sleep with the Huawei Band 7 and once again compared it to my tried and tested smartwatch. Here the Band 7 wasn’t as accurate.

It thinks you’ve gone asleep the minute you lie-down, whereas my other watch would correctly track how much time has passed before I actually drift asleep. That resulted in my usual device saying I slept for just over 6 hours, while the Band 7 said I slept just over 7. On that particular night, I slept for 6 hours.

Huawei Band 7 review

The other issue is the seemingly overly-exaggerated deep sleep data. One night, the Huawei Band 7 says I’ve had nearly two hours, while my other watch tracked 40 minutes. I consistently got a memorizing of over 2 hours per night with the Huawei Band 7.

Overall, the Huawei Band 7 gave me superb sleep scores even on nights when I know I didn’t get a good night's sleep. If you’re serious about bettering your sleep, the Huawei Band 7 won’t supply you the needed insight and you’ll think you’re sleeping great.

Finishing on a very high note, let’s talk battery life. Huawei claims up to 14 days of typical use. We got 8 days of heavy use - around 5 days with notifications on with an always-on display enabled and 4 workouts. The other 3 days the Band 7 was set to raise to wake the screen, notifications off. We have little doubt that the Huawei Band 7 would last almost, if not a full 14 days if you just use it as a watch.


The Huawei Band 7 is one of the best options for a capable smart wearable at an affordable price. It’s well-built, has a solid featureset, and robust health and fitness tracking abilities.

Huawei Band 7 review

The battery life is great, in keeping with this type of device. There’s a color for everyone, and the price is very competitive. The only strong rival to the Huawei Band 7 is the Xiaomi Smart Band 7, which shares the price point and is just as capable. So you’d need to decide which of these wearables is more to your liking.

Overall, you can’t go wrong with the Huawei Band 7 and we’d definitely recommend it to a friend!

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Killexams : Huawei announces 2022 strategies to boost Thailand’s cloud ecosystem

Thai partners empowered and celebrated at HUAWEI CLOUD Thailand Partner Summit 2022

published : 11 Jul 2022 at 15:34

Huawei Cloud Thailand Partner Summit 2022 held in Bangkok on 11 July 2022, heard Huawei announce its partner policies, enablement plan and certifications in 2022.

HUAWEI CLOUD Partner Award Ceremony was held  together with the summit to honor to celebrate the success of Huawei’s Thai partners. The objective of the summit and awards ceremony of expanding Thailand’s cloud ecosystem and further supporting Thailand to become an ASEAN digital hub was thereby achieved.

Huawei Cloud introduced the Huawei Cloud Partner network (1 + 2 + 6) strategy at ‘Huawei Cloud Thailand Partner Summit 2022’, including one Partner ID, two collaboration frameworks(GoCloud and GrowCloud), and its six roles(System Integrator, Software Partner, Service Partner, Device Partner, Learning Partner, Distributor) at the summit, according to Mr. Weeraphat Kongkul, Partner Business Development Manager of Huawei Cloud.

“The main goal of Huawei’s ‘2022 GoCloud Partner Network and Policies’ is to encourage partners to leverage Huawei Cloud capabilities to build products, solutions, and services on Huawei Cloud,” he said.

He explained that there are five programs to support partners in this direction:

1.Startup (Spark) Program for global start-ups

2.Huawei Cloud Developer Program to encourage developers and universities to learn on Huawei Cloud and build products and services based on Huawei Cloud

3.SaaS Partner Program to provide abundant cloud resources and preferences, helping Software-as-a-Service partners carry out business around the world and share business success

4.HMS Ecosystem Support Program

5.Huawei Cloud Marketplace Program to enable promotion via direct sales teams, and enhance online content and traffic-building to Excellerate the quality of sales channels

As for the ‘2022 GrowCloud Partner Network and Policies’, they will focus on motivating Partners and Huawei to obtain business opportunities by:

1.Joining: Specify the sales plan and join the corresponding partner program

2.Going to Market: Collaborate with partners to develop more opportunities

3.Selling: Sales funds and campaigns help partners grow rapidly

4.Benefiting: Diverse incentives help competent partners to gain more benefits

In a speech at the event, Mr. Abel Deng, CEO of Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. said: “Huawei always regards Thailand as a strategic market. Over the past 23 years, we have maintained our mission of ‘Grow in Thailand, Contribute to Thailand’ and ‘Cloud First’ strategy to create the best localised service experience, including Thai official website, Thai baht payment, and local service team. I am proud that Huawei is the only international cloud vendor that has built three local data centres here. By keeping investing in Thailand, we will continue to enable Thailand to be the ASEAN digital hub.”

Abel Deng, CEO of Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

At Huawei Cloud Thailand Partner Award Ceremony 2021 totally eight partners won awards: True Internet Data Center Co., Ltd., won the Country Partner of the Year 2021 award; Atos IT Solutions and Services Ltd., won the Global Partner of the Year 2021 award; Humanica Public Company Limited won ISV Partner of the Year 2021; VONOSIS, a local distributor of Huawei Cloud in Thailand and promoted to Huawei’s premier partner tier this year, won Service Partner of the Year 2021; and Sirius Technologies Pte. Ltd., won Rookie Partner of the Year 2021.

Moreover, as an Advance partner, Metro’s revenue grew significantly, winning it Innovation Partner of the Year 2021; Netizen Company Limited won top 3st SAP local partner for Enterprise and SAP Partner of the Year 2021; and Internet Based Business Group Company Limited won Big Data Partner of the Year 2021.

HUAWEI CLOUD Thailand Partner Awards Ceremony

“Thank you for working with HUAWEI CLOUD to overcome every challenge and embrace every opportunity,” Mr. Abel Deng said. “Huawei remains committed to its Cloud First and Everything as a Service strategy in Thailand as the country dives into digitalisation of industries. In this transformative process, the partner ecosystem plays a crucial role. We will continuously support the growth of partner services and build a dedicated local cloud business team.”

Sun, 10 Jul 2022 20:34:00 -0500 text/html
Killexams : Huawei South Africa to Invest $5.8-Million in SMEs as Part of New Cloud Plans

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Killexams : The Huawei Watch D is a new smartwatch that can read your blood pressure

Huawei wants to help get people moving again, having recently launched a new range of wearables, including the Huawei Watch D, a device that can measure blood pressure via your wrist.

Huawei Watch D

The Huawei Watch D is the company’s flagship smartwatch. It uses a high-resolution pressure sensor to accurately measure blood pressure to within 3mmHg, according to Huawei. In addition to blood pressure monitoring, the Huawei Watch D also includes heart rate, sleep, and stress measurement features considered standard in the smartwatch space. There are also 70 workout modes alongside its 7-day battery life. 

Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro

Huawei Watch GT3 Pro
The Huawei Watch GT3 Pro.

Another new entry in the Huawei wearable range is the Watch GT 3 Pro, which adopts a more classic, rounded watch design than other models. This smartwatch has a 14-day battery life and more than 100 personalised workouts, including specialist sports such as skiing and golf. Ideal for wearing for watersports, the Watch GT 3 Pro can be used as deep as 30 metres underwater using its Free Diving Mode. Among its other health features are heart rate and oxygen saturation monitoring as well.

Huawei Watch Fit 2

Huawei Fit 2
The Huawei Fit 2.

Huawei also released the Watch Fit 2, a smartwatch aimed at bringing awareness to your daily wellbeing. This model has 97 workout modes and a battery designed for 10 days of moderate use. One interesting point of difference is the in-built animated coach that guides you through seven different workout modes. As part of this, the coach provides audio instructions and demonstrations to help you exercise properly. Another big focus of the Watch Fit 2 is pairing with the Healthy Living Management ecosystem within the Huawei Health app. Here, you can create a wellness plan tailored to your needs, including factors like water consumption, step tracking and workouts.

Huawei Band 7

At the budget end of the scale, the smaller Huawei Band 7 still retains plenty of the tracking features used by the more expensive models. Sleep, stress, menstrual, and heart monitoring are included, as are 96 workout modes and various smart features.

Huawei Band 7
The Huawei Band 7.

Ranging between $159 and $999 at retail, each new Huawei smartwatch is available now across various tech outlets, including the company’s first Melbourne store which opened earlier in the month.

Huawei Watch specifications

Model Huawei Watch D Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro Huawei Watch Fit 2 Huawei Band 7
Dimensions 51 x 38 x 13.6 mm 46.6 mm x 46.6 mm x 10.9 mm 46 x 33.5 x 10.8 mm 44.35 x 26 x 9.99 mm
Display 1.64-inch AMOLED colour screen 1.43-inch AMOLED colour screen 1.74-inch AMOLED colour screen 1.47-inch AMOLED
Sensors Accelerometer,
Optical heart rate,
Ambient light,
Differential pressure,
Optical heart rate,
9-axis IMU (Accelerometer, Gyroscope, and Geomagnetic), Optical heart rate Accelerometer,
Optical heart rate
Waterproof rating IP68 IP68, 5ATM, Dive (up to 30 meters) 5 ATM water-resistant 5 ATM water-resistant
Battery life (typical use) 7 days 14 days 10 days 14 days
Colours Black Gray Leather (Titanium), White (Ceramic) Midnight Black, Sakura Pink and Isle Blue (Active Edition), Moon White (Classic Edition) Black, green, pink and red
Price $799 $899 (Titanium), $999 (Ceramic) $299 (Active Edition), $349 (Classic Edition) $159
Availability Bing Lee, JB Hi-Fi, Huawei, Amazon, MobileCiti Bing Lee, JB Hi-Fi, Huawei, Amazon, MobileCiti Bing Lee, JB Hi-Fi, Huawei, Amazon, MobileCiti Huawei, Amazon, MobileCiti

As competition continues heating up between smartwatch manufacturers, Huawei seems to have most demographics covered. At a starting price of $299, the Watch Fit 2 appears to saddle the best balance of price and features for everyday users, although the more premium options likely appeal to hardcore fitness enthusiasts.

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Thu, 14 Jul 2022 14:22:00 -0500 en-AU text/html
Killexams : Huawei’s E-Payment Tool Will Not Compete With Alipay, WeChat Wallet, Exec Says

(Yicai Global) July 15 -- Huawei’s Digital Payment Service will become an important framework for Huawei Technologies’ Harmony ecosystem and will not be used as a tool to compete with other mobile payment giants, the president of the Chinese tech giant’s payment business group told Yicai Global recently.

Huawei, which obtained a mobile payment license last year, has no plans to make a high-profile entrance into the finance sector and does not intend to seize market share in the short run, Ma Chuanyong said.

The Digital Payment Service already has over 100 million monthly active users. But people usually mistake it for Huawei Pay, which is a smartphone payment service rolled out in conjunction with the country’s biggest bank card provider China UnionPay, Ma said.

“Charging commissions is the main way that third-party payment companies earn money, but Shenzhen-based Huawei is more interested in the added value of payment services that will introduce customers to other Huawei apps and create loyalty to the Harmony ecosystem,” Ma said.

For Huawei, payment modes in the mobile era will significantly change. Future payment scenarios will be on mobile phones, watches, or automobiles rather than by scanning a QR code, Ma said. For example, Huawei smartphone users who drive into a gas station will be able to refuel their cars without even getting out of their auto by ordering and paying through their cell phones.

At present, Tencent Holdings’ WeChat Wallet and Alibaba Group Holding’s Alipay take up over 90 percent of the mobile payment market, and the rest is mostly occupied by smartphone makers. Both Xiaomi Corp. and Oppo Mobile Telecommunications, for example, have financial subsidiaries that offer loan and financing services.

But other internet giants such as e-retailer Pinduoduo, online travel agency Trip.Com Group, TikTok operator ByteDance Technology and short video platform Kuaishou Technology will soon muscle into brand new fields such as payment licenses and ecosystems.

Huawei entered the payment sector in 2011 targeting settlement services for apps on the Huawei AppGallery. The firm started to provide payment services in Singapore and the United Arab Emirates in 2016 and at same time released bank card payments, e-wallets and e-bank payment services.

Editor: Kim Taylor

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