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Leading ICT company, Huawei has been commended by the Deputy Education Minister, Rev. John Ntim Fordjour, for the pivotal role it plays in harnessing the potential of ICT to promote equitable and inclusive education for all, through its Technology-enabled Open School System (TeOSS) project.

The Technology-enabled Open School Systems (TeOSS) is an initiative in partnership with UNESCO, the Ministry of Education through the Ghana Education Service (GES) and Centre for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling (CENDULOS) as well as other key players in Ghana, Egypt and Ethiopia.

The project which is aimed at building robust crisis-resilient school systems seeks to connect school and home-based learning, to ensure the continuity and quality of learning under normal or crisis situations.

It also seeks to empower beneficiaries through enhanced connectivity, digital skills, and professional development over a period of three years. 

Speaking at the just-ended UNESCO-Huawei Cross Country Seminar held in Accra, the Deputy Minister, elaborated on the government and Ministry’s commitment to collaborate further with Huawei, UNESCO and other development partners to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 4 which focuses on ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promoting life-long learning.

Rev John Ntim Fordjour elaborated that, to meet the key targets of SDG Goal 4, more digital platforms are needed as an enabler and the leverage to achieve them.

He said government has put in a lot of effort through industry partnerships to reach every place where learners are found.

“We are excited about this discussion going on with Huawei Ghana and the team of experts that are sharing ideas and supporting this very brilliant intervention that the Ministry is undertaking,” he said.

He thanked the UNESCO Ghana Country Director, Diallo Abdulmahamahne and the Ghana team for their consistent support geared towards transforming Ghana’s education sector.

The Technology-enabled Open School project which was officially launched on November 25, 2021, is expected to benefit primary school students, Junior High School students, out-of-school children and vulnerable groups in Ghana.

Since its inception, the project has been piloted at 10 schools across 10 regions in the country. Under the pilot, educators and learners had access to online and offline resources to ensure that schools based in communities without internet access and electricity could benefit from the project.

As a company focused on accelerating the digital skills and the development of ICT talents in Ghana, Huawei through strategic partnerships has trained over 50,000 Ghanaians in advanced ICT courses like Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Routing and Switching, Coding, Financial Technology and Cloud Computing under its Women in Tech initiative.

This year, under its LEAP (Leadership Entrepreneurship Advancement Possibility) program, Huawei organised its maiden ICT Job Fair in collaboration with key government ministries and successfully provided employment opportunities for over 200 tertiary students.

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Killexams : Huawei Offers ICT Training to Over 600 Students

Emma Okonji
Huawei has successfully trained more than 600 students through the ‘Seeds for the Future’ program in 14 sub-Saharan African countries covering emerging ICT technologies such as 5G, cloud computing, and Artificial Intelligence (AI), helping them get job ready for the digital economy era, the company said in.a statement.

‘Seeds for the Future’ is Huawei’s global Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) flagship program.
Launched in 2008, it aims to help nurture local talent, promote knowledge transfer, increase people’s understanding and interest in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry, and encourage countries and regions to participate in the digital community building.

By 2021, the program has been implemented in 131 countries and territories worldwide, with nearly 9,000 students participating. Since 2014, the program has been held in sub-Saharan African countries. So far, 25 countries in Africa, including Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya and Ghana, have participated in the training, which has so far benefitted more than 1,000 students.

In this year’s training, Huawei has paid more attention to bridging the gender divide in science and technology training. More than one-third of the total number of ‘Seeds for the Future’ candidates were women.

According to the Mobile Economy in sub-Saharan Africa 2020 report, released by the Global Association for Mobile Telecommunications Systems, sub-Saharan Africa is the fastest growing region in the world, and African countries have entered a rapid development of the digital economy era. In this process, ICT technologies are an important engine that drives countries’ development, and mastering of ICT technologies is the engine’s key.

Through programs such as Seeds for the Future, Huawei cultivates ICT knowledge and skills for local youth. During COVID-19 pandemic, the program took place via online learning, and in person where possible. Students were offered the flexibility to access several ICT courses online at their own pace. They were invited to participate in science and technology roundtables, and interact with youth around the world in real time. Through 5G live broadcasts, students were able to join guided tours of Huawei exhibition halls and historic cultural sites in China.

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Killexams : 2022 Huawei Developer Competition opens with a call to developers worldwide who want to innovate

2022 Huawei Developer Competition now underway with a prize pool of 2.2 million yuan

The competition invites global developers to overcome five major world-level challenges

With a total prize pool of 2.2 million yuan the 2022 Huawei Developer Competition·Spark Infinity is now open for registration

SINGAPORE, July 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- At the latest Huawei Partner and Developer Conference, the 2022 edition of Huawei Developer Competition opened for registration. Themed "Spark Infinity", the event comes with a Cloud Foundation Track and is open to six regions around the globe: China, Asia Pacific, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa (both Sub-Saharan & North Africa), and Europe. Developers from all over the world are invited to challenge cutting-edge propositions in the field of ICT with a total prize pool of 2.2 million yuan.

Huawei Developer Competition 2022 - take the challenge and apply now
Huawei Developer Competition 2022 - take the challenge and apply now

Arthur C. Clarke, author of 2001: A Space Odyssey, once said, "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." The developers who go all the way are the ones who create magic with codes. As the top ICT event in Huawei's ICT group, the Huawei Developer Competition aims to provide full access to technical achievements in various industrial fields to developers, encouraging them to deliver full play to their imagination and innovative spirit to develop ICT technologies that address problems in the real world and create unlimited value, while leading the digital future and building a smart world together with Huawei.

The competition invites professionals in many fields, including authoritative technology experts, scholars from universities, senior management of investment institutions, influential tech media and Huawei's key technical leaders, to join the panel of experts and provide the most professional and forward-looking guidance to global participants. Huawei's mentor group will also host a series of lectures and roadshows featuring discussions on AI, IoT, PaaS, database, media and other courses during which they will share their technical know-how and practical experience, as a way of providing technical support for the participating teams and individuals.

Focusing on cutting-edge technologies and popular business scenarios

The Cloud Foundation Track includes four key events: Cloud Application Innovation, World Challenges, Code for Outer Space, and Autonomous Vehicles, of which, the first two will be available outside China.

Cloud Application Innovation: Huawei Cloud provides 40+ industry-leading capabilities covering all aspects of AI, IoT, PaaS, media and database. Participants are required to use at least one of these technologies to build innovative solutions or solve real problems, with no limitation on scenarios and encouraging free creation.

World Challenges: Huawei has selected problems involving five major areas on the cloud: computing, database, media, network and storage. Participants need to solve the problems based on references and technical concerns.

Code for Outer Space: Based on tons of satellite data, satellite computing equipment specifications, and satellite sensor equipment provided by the organizers of the competition, contestants need to complete the development of applications which have a use in connection with satellites, with no limitation on subject. The winning project will be deployed to multiple satellites in the Tiansuan Constellation program through the Cloud Native Satellite Computing Platform, which was co-designed by Huawei Cloud and Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT), as a part of the Sea of Stars.

Autonomous Vehicles: With the syllabu being Traffic Signal Example Segmentation, the challenge will put more focus on traffic light signal recognition, lane line detection, crosswalk detection, speed limit sign recognition, construction sign recognition and obstacle detection. The algorithms for traffic light signals, crosswalk and speed limit sign detection must be developed based on the AI development platform ModelArts.

The 2 million yuan prize pool, plus other incentives, is waiting for developers to join the challenge

The contest is divided into the following stages: Registration and Submission, Preliminary, Semi-finals, and Finals. The call for entries started on June 15 and will continue through September 2022. The submissions will be evaluated by the expert panel in terms of technical architecture, functional completeness, innovation, business prospects and other aspects, and the list of winners will be announced. The organizer provides a total prize pool of 2.2 million yuan for the Cloud Foundation Track.

In addition to the generous prize money, this year's competition also comes with strong policy support for developers. The organizing committee has made available Huawei's capabilities in AI, PaaS, IoT, media, database and other fields. Each participating team will be provided with an unlimited number of Huawei Cloud resource vouchers, which can deliver them access to learning resources and Huawei Cloud developer certifications, while helping them efficiently develop innovative applications.

Moreover, outstanding participants have a chance to develop a commercial success through Huawei Cloud platforms, such as through the cloud store KooGallery, a vehicle that helps developers increase their product visibility, monetization and profitability, and the Startup Program, which aims to identify high-quality startups and provide them with training and business coaching, deep multi-faceted cooperation, and full life-cycle incubation. In addition, participants using Huawei Cloud platforms to develop applications can enjoy a series of support policies, receive a significant number of test vouchers and peer-to-peer expert mentoring, as well as the fulfillment of cloud deployments.

For more than 30 years, Huawei has been committed to technological innovation, making new breakthroughs and using technology to propel the world forward. As the cloud base of the intelligent world, Huawei Cloud provides a huge opportunity for developers to realize their vision of making everything as a service and creating new value together.

If you are a developer who is ambitious with a passion for innovation, a developer taking a stand for truth in the face of complex problems, a developer engaged in dedicated work in real scenarios, and a developer having the courage to reach new heights, welcome to the challenge.

For more information about the competition, please visit the official website: https://competition.huaweicloud.com/intl/en-us/developer2022.html

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Killexams : Huawei gives over 600 students ICT training across Africa in 2021

Huawei has successfully trained more than 600 students through the “Seeds for the Future” program in 14 sub-Saharan countries covering emerging ICT technologies such as 5G, cloud computing, and AI, helping them get job ready for the digital economy era.

Seeds for the Future is Huawei’s global CSR flagship program. Launched in 2008, it aims to help nurture local talent, promote knowledge transfer, increase people’s understanding and interest in the ICT industry, and encourage countries and regions to participate in the digital community building.

By 2021, the program has been implemented in 131 countries and territories worldwide, with nearly 9,000 students participating. Since 2014, the program has been held in sub-Saharan African countries. So far, 25 countries in Africa, including Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya and Ghana, have participated in the training, which has so far benefitted more than 1,000 students.

In this year’s training, Huawei has paid more attention to bridging the gender divide in science and technology training. More than one-third of the total number of Seeds candidates were women.

According to the Mobile Economy in Sub-Saharan Africa 2020 report, released by the Global Association for Mobile Telecommunications Systems, sub-Saharan Africa is the fastest growing region in the world, and African countries have entered a rapid developmentof the digital economy era. In this process, ICT technologies are an important engine that drives countries’ development, and mastering of ICT technologies is the engine’s key.

Through programs such as Seeds for the Future, Huawei cultivates ICT knowledge and skills for local youth. During COVID-19 pandemic, the program took place via online learning, and in person where possible. Students were offered the flexibility to access several ICT courses online at their own pace. They were invited to participate in science and technology roundtables, and interact with youth around the world in real time. Through 5G live broadcasts, students were able to join guided tours of Huawei exhibition halls and historic cultural sites in China.

Meanwhile, under the guidance of professional mentors from the Huawei’s Tech4Good program, they were encouraged to design solutions to solve developmental challenges facing eachof their countries, and realize the value of practical application of the theory they had learned.

Other highlights include: In Ghana, nine ICT training sessions were held in junior high schools, senior high schools and universities. Currently, the ICT training program is still under way. In Madagascar, it provided basic digital skills and training to more than 30 women.

Governments in sub-Saharan Africa have also given high interest to the project. The South African government has included a series of talent development initiatives, including Seeds for the Future, in its national digital economy master plan. The heads of state of Uganda, Mauritius, and Malawi have highly praised Huawei’s talent development plan. The President of Mauritius, Prithvirajsing Roopun said Huawei’s project would help build a national ICT talent team, strengthen youth employment capabilities, and support the National Digital Mauritius 2030 Strategic Plan.

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Killexams : “Technology-enabled Open Schools for All” project: Reviewing progress and the future of digital learning

A cross-country seminar, held from 5 to 7 July 2022 in Accra, Ghana and online, was organized by UNESCO to present the activities and first results of the UNESCO-Huawei “Technology-enabled Open Schools for All” project, and to guide the second implementation phase of the project until August 2023. The seminar was the first international hybrid event under the project since its launch on 25 November 2021.

Around 125 participants, including high level government representatives, international experts and UN Agencies, gathered to share their perspectives and views on digital open school models and on the project.

The project coordination teams from the three implementing countries, Egypt, Ethiopia and Ghana, together with the programme coordination team from UNESCO HQ, met in person and shared their experiences and lessons learnt from the first phase of implementation. The Ghanaian government led the discussions on the subject, informed by several exact national events, such as the Maiden National Digital & Distance Learning (NDDL) Conference organized by the Centre for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling in Ghana (CENDLOS) in June 2022 in Accra, Ghana.

Stories from the project beneficiaries

The seminar was an occasion to deliver voice to the direct beneficiaries of the project, particularly to the head teachers of the 10 selected primary schools for the pilot in Ghana. Several of them described the current challenges that their schools are facing to develop an open digital education system, such as the lack of digital technology devices, and reflected on how the project plays a key role in bridging this digital gap. Ms Duho Patience Yaa, Head Teacher of the Akatsi No.1 Basic School, one of the pilot schools in Ghana, stated that in her school “teachers know how to use laptops and projectors, but that opportunity was not openly motivated in them. This project will therefore help them to make use of and Excellerate the skills they have already acquired.”  

The Technology-enabled Open Schools for All project is key to allowing all children, including the most vulnerable, to access learning content. Testimonies from the Akropong School for the Blind’s Head Teacher, Ms Veronica Derry and the ICT Teacher, Mr Maxwell Asante, explained the importance of "guiding students with visual impediments in the use of ICT, which is not easy. Their learning through ICT devices is solely based on the use of the computer keyboard, but you need to guide the child through the keyboard layout for them to be able to understand where every key is and know how to use it."

Participants of the cross-country seminar also had a chance to listen to the stories from the Ethiopian beneficiaries, particularly those who took part in some of the first project activities for the training of teachers. According to the Ethiopian teacher Zinabu Yilma, “The training has inspired me. Before I came to this training, we were already thinking at my school about how to deliver teaching through different platforms. But when I came here it was kind of alarming for me! I realized we must hurry!”

Malak Zaalouk, Director of the Middle East Institute of Higher Education in Cairo shared her perspectives on the main outcome of the project in Egypt - the future Distance Learning Centre hosted by the Professional Academy of Teachers - which “will represent a hub for connecting professionals and peer communities of learners and create opportunities for teachers to become technological literate." 

These perspectives demonstrate the profound impact of the project in the three countries. In Ghana, the project currently benefits over 1,000 teachers and 3,000 students in 10 selected pilot basic schools, in addition to enhancing educative national platforms targeting all students and educators in the country. In Ethiopia, the project benefits 12,000 students and 250 educators from 24 selected pilot secondary schools and enhances access to educative national platforms and digital content for all secondary students and educators in the country. In Egypt, it provides support to 950,000 K-12 educators through the establishment of a National Distance Learning Centre. Key partners are Ministries of Education, National Institutions and Centres, beneficiary countries and experts from the UNESCO-KFIT project.

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Killexams : Huawei cloud, digital power teams onboard 60 fresh graduates No result found, try new keyword!Huawei Technologies Bangladesh recently recruited 60 fresh graduates for its cloud and digital power teams to create opportunities for the youth to work in the ICT sector.Huawei started the process of ... Sat, 06 Aug 2022 12:00:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.msn.com/en-xl/asia/bangladesh/huawei-cloud-digital-power-teams-onboard-60-fresh-graduates/ar-AA10pu3b Killexams : Best Huawei laptops: The top-rated Huawei notebooks

Introduction

If you’re in the market for a new laptop and Huawei seems like the brand you’re going with, we’ve come up with a list of all the best Huawei options that you can buy right now.

It’s safe to say that we’re very familiar with Huawei at this stage, as our team of experts have thoroughly reviewed countless laptops over the years, with a fair few falling under the Huawei brand.

We’ve made sure to make this list as diverse as possible, so you can find the laptop that’s right for you. There are varying sizes of screen, weight, battery life and specs here, so you know all the options that the company offers.

And if you can’t find anything here that you like right now, make sure you bookmark this page and come back soon, as we will be updating this list every time we test a new Huawei laptop that impresses us. We’re in the process of reviewing the latest MateBook 16s laptop right now, though you can check out our first impressions of the laptop by clicking on the link prior.

And if you decide that you want to look at laptops beyond the Huawei brand, then you can take a look at our best lists for the Best Laptops, as well as Best Budget Laptop, Best Student Laptop, Best Chromebook, Best MacBook and Best Gaming Laptop, so there should be something for everyone.

How we test

Learn more about how we test laptops

Every laptop we review goes through a series of uniform checks designed to gauge key things including build quality, performance, screen quality and battery life. 

These include formal synthetic benchmarks and scripted tests, plus a series of real-world checks, such as how well it runs the most frequently used apps. 

We also make sure to use every laptop we review as our primary device for at least a week to ensure our review is as accurate as possible.

Huawei MateBook X Pro (2022)

Best overall Huawei laptop

Pros

  • Intuitive trackpad gestures
  • Vibrant and bright display
  • Thin and lightweight design
  • Powerful processor

Cons

  • Expensive considering lack of discrete GPU
  • Doesn’t include 12th-gen Intel processor
  • Mediocre battery life

The Huawei MateBook X Pro (2022) is one of the best Huawei laptop options we’ve ever tested, bringing in everything we loved from the MateBook 14s but with an 11th-Generation Intel i7 processor which provided a speedy performance during our review. In our benchmarks, the MateBook X Pro outperformed its predecessor and even beat out the LG Gram 17 (2021) in our PCMark 10 benchmark.

We thought this laptop boasted an amazing build quality, with no flex in the chassis and a sleek design that is reminiscent of Apple’s MacBook Pro series. It weighs in at 1.38kg, with the heft making it feel sturdy and durable while still being perfectly serviceable as a portable device. Our reviewer claimed they had no issues carrying it from work and home, making it a good choice for anyone who is currently hybrid working.

The trackpad is one of the best features on this laptop, with haptic touchpad gestures allowing you to change the volume, take a screenshot and scrub through text. We thought this was incredibly intuitive and streamlines the experience of using the laptop, making small actions like muting music or moving forward in a video incredibly easy.

The 14.2-inch screen was also vibrant, with a refresh rate of 90Hz. The 10-point-multi-touchscreen was responsive and makes navigating pictures and maps much more fluid. We would recommend the MateBook X Pro to anyone after a mature work laptop, as it loads up incredibly quickly and the bright screen can also be used for streaming your favourite shows.

Reviewer: Gemma Ryles
Full review: Huawei MateBook X Pro (2022) review

Huawei MateBook 14s

Best value Huawei laptop

Pros

  • Beautiful display with great resolution
  • Lightweight and very portable
  • High-quality keyboard
  • Webcam issues from the MateBook 16 has been fixed

Cons

  • Sometimes goes to sleep when unplugged
  • Fan can get a little noisy
  • No option for a discrete GPU

Sporting the same 14.2-inch screen as the MateBook X Pro (2022), the Huawei MateBook 14s offers a similar experience to the Pro but at a more affordable price point.

The 3:2 aspect ratio made it easy to have multiple work tabs open without the screen feeling too cluttered, with our reviewer also loving the touchscreen capabilities. Anyone who needs to scour maps or look through big excel sheets will definitely appreciate this feature, and the sturdy build quality makes this a perfect laptop for on-the-go working since it fits easily in most backpacks.

It comes with up to an 11th-Generation Intel Core i7 H-Series processor which beat out the MateBook X Pro (2021) in our testing. While it does pack an integrated GPU that limits graphically intensive work like video editing or 3D rendering, the Intel Iris Xe Graphics will still allow for light photo-editing and casual gaming – although we would recommend this more to anyone after a productivity work laptop.

The MateBook 14s is a great choice, with a portable design that can be taken to and from the office and a bright screen that can handle multiple tabs open at once. However, if you’re looking for a larger screen to work on, check out our next entry on the MateBook D 16, which comes with a punchy 16-inch display.

Reviewer: Gemma Ryles
Full review: Huawei MateBook 14s review

Huawei MateBook D 16 (2022)

Best big-screen Huawei laptop

Pros

  • Large and vibrant display
  • Speedy 12th-Gen Intel processor
  • Relatively cheap price
  • Great port selection

Cons

  • Poor battery life
  • Annoying trackpad placement

Moving onto the largest laptop on this list, the Huawei MateBook D 16 packs a massive 16-inch screen that comes with a 16:10 aspect ratio. It also has a 90% screen-to-body ratio, which gives the laptop a premium look – more stylish than other chunkier laptops, like the Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 – and makes it easier to have more tabs open on the screen without it feeling overcrowded.

The large screen also has a 1920×1200 resolution, which our review noted was sharp and vibrant. In our benchmarks, we also saw the screen reach 328.5 nits, with a contrast of 1442:2. This falls slightly short of the MateBook 16, though it ensured a clear difference between dark and bright imagery for great picture quality.

It also packs a 12th-Generation Intel Core processor, which we thought allowed for speedy load-up times. It was able to handle multiple Chrome tabs, Spotify and YouTube being opened at once without faltering, making it an ideal productivity laptop.

Plus, the large and tactile keyboard is full-sized, giving users access to a numeric keyboard. Anyone who regularly works with numbers or spreadsheets will find this helpful, and we liked how quiet it was to use.

Reviewer: Gemma Ryles
Full review: Huawei MateBook D 16 review

Huawei MateBook E

Best hybrid Huawei laptop

Pros

  • Two-in-one laptop
  • Huawei keyboard comes included
  • Support for Huawei M-Pencil
  • Amazing colour accuracy
  • Responsive touch screen

Cons

  • Slightly heavier than you may expect
  • Disaspointing battery
  • Keyboard can be unresponsive
  • Not enough ports

The Huawei MateBook E (2022) is the best Huawei laptop with a 2-in-1 design, which means it can bew used as both a tablet and a laptop. It comes bundled with the Huawei Keyboard, while you can also buy the M-Pencil to doodle and draw with more precision, although the screen was still perfectly responsive when using your finger.

The 12.6-inch screen uses OLED technology, which our reviewer thought was vibrant, with the blacks looking deeper and colours looking punchier. Our tests backed this up, as the screen came out with a high brightness of 418 nits and a perfect contrast. It also scored great in our colour accuracy tests, meaning that any creative professionals will be fine using the MateBook E for photo editing and other colour-sensitive work.

Furthermore, our reviewer found that this laptop rarely ever stalled and could handle simple tasks like web browsing, word processing and video streaming with ease. The versatile design means it can be configured in multiple ways, allowing users to switch from productivity work to watching a movie seamlessly.

While we wouldn’t recommend the MateBook E for any creatives that want to engage in intensive work (like video editing or 3D rendering) due to the lack of discrete GPU, we think it’s ideal for anyone who values portability and versatility.

Reviewer: Gemma Ryles
Full review: Huawei MateBook E review

FAQs

What is an SSD?

The SSD (solid state drive) is essentially the component that determines how much storage your laptop has. A 512GB SSD is the norm these days, with anything less making storage space feel cramped if you download a lot of music, photos and videos.

What is a hybrid laptop?

A 2-in-1 laptop is a device that has a flexible hinge, allowing it to be folded up into a tablet form. These laptops often have stylus support too, making them good options for doodlers and creatives.

What is RAM?

RAM (Random Access Memory) is computer memory that helps the processor offer a smooth performance. 8GB seems to be the default for laptops these days, with anything less potentially seeing noticeable slowdowns for your computer when performing multiple tasks.

What is Thunderbolt?

Thunderbolt is a port technology that is typically found through USB-C connections. Thunderbolt is signalled with a small lightning bolt icon and can allow for multi-purpose functions such as power delivery, display output and data transfer for an all-in-one solution.

What is Intel Evo?

Intel Evo was first introduced in 2020 and is the second edition of the Intel Athena programme, which is essentially branding found on certain laptops that pass a number of tests set by Intel. Intel also requires its Evo laptops to have Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, as well as Thunderbolt 4 ports and USB-C charging, alongside a few other highlights.

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Killexams : Huawei MateBook D 16 (2022) Review

The Huawei MateBook D 16 (2022) is a 16-inch laptop that packs powerful performance for both day-to-day tasks and entry-level content creation. The large screen is ideal for video streaming, while still being just about light enough to port around. However, the poor battery life is a concern for those who want to work on the go.

Pros

  • Large and vibrant display
  • Speedy 12th-Gen Intel processor
  • Relatively cheap price
  • Great port selection

Cons

  • Poor battery life
  • Annoying trackpad placement

Availability

  • UKRRP: £749.99
  • USAunavailable
  • EuropeRRP: €1296
  • CanadaRRP: CA$1619
  • AustraliaTBC
  • Windows 11Comes with Windows 11 preinstalled
  • 12th-Generation Intel processorCan be configured up to the i7-12700H processor

Introduction

The Huawei MateBook D 16 is a large 16-inch laptop that’s available at a surprisingly low price.

The model I tested came with a 12th-Generation Intel Core i7-12700H processor, which is priced at just £999.99. Settle for the Intel Core i5 model instead, and can buy this laptop for £749.99.

It’s difficult to find a high-quality 13-inch laptop at that latter price, never mind one with a huge 16-inch screen to Excellerate multitasking and video streaming.

But do the specs really translate to great value? I’ve been using this laptop for the last few weeks, so here are my thoughts.

Design

  • Same MateBook design we’re used to
  • Odd trackpad placement
  • Full sized keyboard

It looks like Huawei isn’t willing to mix it up with the designs of the MateBook series, as the MateBook D 16 has almost the exact same look as every other laptop in the series. And while that’s not inherently a bad thing, I do wish the company would differentiate from the norm on occasion.

This laptop can be brought in one colour: Space Grey. I really hope the next laptop from the company has some more exciting colour options, as, despite the sleek and professional look, I do feel like they lack a little personality. The MateBook 14s comes in a beautiful Spruce Green colour, and I don’t see why that option wasn’t presented here.

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But despite my preferences, the metal design is well-built and looks mature. It feels very sturdy and durable, though there is a slight flex on the aluminium chassis if you press down too hard.

Weighing in at 1.7kg, this laptop is reasonably light considering the large display and I’ve had few issues taking it to and from work. While I wouldn’t recommend taking it on any long-haul journeys, I think it’s a solid choice for anyone who is currently hybrid working and needs a big screen. That said, you can find far lighter alternatives with the same screen size, with the LG Gram 16 a great example at just 1.2kg.

The port selection is vast: two USB-C (one with Thunderbolt support), two USB-A ports, an HDMI and a 3.5mm audio jack. I really appreciated all the ports as it meant I didn’t have to worry about dongles during my workday.

Side by side of the ports on the Huawei MateBook D 16
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As with all the other MateBook laptops I’ve reviewed, I really like the keyboard. It took some time for me to get used to the full-sized design, but I thought the travel and feedback felt good, as well as being shockingly quiet.

The webcam is also no longer housed inside the keyboard unlike the MateBook 16, with Huawei seeing the error of its ways and returning it the top screen bezel. The Full HD 1080p camera is sharp enough to conduct work calls, but struggled more in darker environments. Since there is no IR sensor, there is no support for Windows Hello face unlock, though I was perfectly happy using the reliable fingerprint sensor built into the power button instead.

The keyboard and trackpad
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The trackpad let me down slightly, as I feel like it is oddly placed. The just off-centre design makes it more awkward to access and sometimes aggravated my wrist strain, though I did get more used to it over time. It is also very clicky and responsive, and I felt like I had a high level of control.

Screen

  • Large and bright display
  • No touchscreen
  • 16:10 aspect ratio and 1920×1200 resolution

The main feature of this laptop has to be its massive screen. The 16-inch display has a 16:10 aspect ratio, giving it enough vertical space to work with multiple tabs open at once. This is also helped by the 90% screen-to-body ratio, which gives the laptop a premium look.

The 1920×1200 resolution produces a sharp and crisp image and is more impressive than a Full HD (1920×1080) display. While it’s no surprise that you don’t get the option for OLED or 4K at this price, I really would have liked to see a touchscreen. While it’s not a necessity, I find that many productivity workers can massively benefit from a touchscreen, and I was remiss to see it lacking here.

The screen and TR logo on the Huawei MateBook D 16
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When watching video on the laptop, I felt that the screen was fairly bright and looked vibrant. To test my real-world claims, I used a colourimeter to collect results.

Huawei claims that the MateBook D 16 can reach up to 300 nits of brightness. Our tests beat out that score, with a maximum brightness of 328.25 nits. This means the laptop display is easily bright enough for use both indoors and outdoors.

The contrast came in at 1442:1, which falls short of the MateBook 16‘s 1734:1 but it is still impressive overall, ensuring a clear difference between dark and bright imagery for vibrant picture quality.

Since the screen is so large, I enjoyed watching the likes of YouTube and Dinsey Plus on the MateBook D 16 and found that the colours looked natural and punchy, with no noticeable red or blue hues distorting the picture.

Doctor Who picture quailty on Huawei MateBook laptop
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But while the screen is great for productivity tasks and video streaming, this laptop does fall short when it comes to content creation. While this is not surprising given the price point, it’s still worth noting. The 94.5% sRGB score is the most impressive, though both the Adobe RGB and DCI-P3 tests fell short, at 66.7% and 68.5%, respectively.

While this should not discourage you from watching content on this laptop, it is not ideal for colour-sensitive work and shouldn’t be used by creative professionals. The slim range of colours means it won’t able to accurately display photos or videos to the same standard as a MacBook Pro.

Despite the MateBook D 16 not passing the content creation test, it still packs a fantastic screen which I thought looked great during movies and TV shows. The sheer size is ideal for both work and play.

Performance

  • Packs Intel’s 12th Gen processor
  • No option for a discrete GPU
  • Loads up extremely quickly

The Huawei MateBook D 16 is available in two flavours when it comes to the processor: the Intel i5-12450H and the Intel i7-12700H. My machine came with the H-Series i7 solution, providing a remarkably fast performance for a £999.99 laptop.

Looking at the benchmark table below, the MateBook D 16 performed well, coming in second in terms of Geekbench 5’s multi-core test, even beating out the MacBook Air M1. The fact that it has a H-Series (high performance) processor also means it’s noticeably faster than the 2022 iteration of the LG Gram 16. So while LG’s laptop may be lighter, the Huawei option here makes up for that with processing power.

Huawei MateBook D 16 Huawei MateBook 16s LG Gram 16 (2022) MacBook Air M1
Processor Intel Core i7-12700H Intel Core i7-12700H Intel Core i7-1260P Apple M1
Geekbench 5 single-core 1748 1771 1622 1731
Geekbench 5 multi-core 9618 9801 8234 7308
PCMark 10 5621 5649 5222 N/A
3DMark Time Spy 1916 2113 1363 N/A

With such fast processing power, we’d even recommend this laptop for entry-level Photoshop workloads. Although the absence of a discrete GPU will of course limit its creative output, as well as its gaming capabilities. Since this is being pushed as a productivity device this is no surprise.

My machine ran pretty quietly, even when I had Chrome tabs, Spotify and YouTube opened at once. It did tend to get hot on the bottom, though it never really spread to the rest of the laptop or became too hot that it was unmanageable.

The MateBook D 16 comes with either 8GB or 16GB RAM, and 512GB of storage. While this is more than enough for the average user, it would have been nice to have the option for a 1TB SSD.

SSD speeds were a little underwhelming compared to modern rivals, coming in with a read and write score of 3519.63MB/s and 2186.55MB/s, respectively. This means you’ll get average speeds when saving or loading data on the drive, such as booting up the laptop or opening an installed app.

Battery life

  • Reached 6 hours and 21 minutes in testing
  • 60Wh battery

Huawei has slapped a supremely powerful chip inside the Huawei MateBook D 16, but there is sadly a trade-off to this. The battery life is poor for a productivity laptop, lasting just 6 hours and 21 minutes during our PCMark 10 Office battery benchmark.

It’s not the best battery life out there and was a disappointment, though I wouldn’t let it put you off the laptop altogether. It wasn’t an issue as long as I remembered to bring my charger to work for the occasional top-up, and turning on Battery Saver mode and lowering the screen brightness did help it last longer.

But you will be able to find better battery life elsewhere. The older MateBook 16 lasted for 13 hours in the same test, while the LG Gram 16 (2022) kept on chugging for 10 hours and 53 minutes.

Close up of the lggo on the Huawei MateBook D 16
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Should you buy it?

You want a large work or education laptop:

The MateBook D 16 is a great choice of laptop for anyone that wants a roomy screen and a full-sized keyboard. It’s not as heavy as you would expect and packs plenty of ports, making it most ideal for anyone that is currently hybrid working or learning.

You want a great battery life:

The MateBook D 16 offers a fantastic performance for the price, but that powerful chip requires a lot of power. As a result, the battery will struggle to last much longer than six hours.

Final Thoughts

The Huawei MateBook D 16 comes with a large and vibrant screen, which is ideal for productivity work as well as watching media. While the design isn’t ground-breaking, it is sleek and sturdy, offering up multiple ports that come in handy during the workday.

The 12th Generation H-Series Intel processor is remarkably fast for a laptop at this price, capable of blazing through day-to-day workloads as well as tackling entry-level content creation.

But to achieve such a speedy performance, Huawei had to make a compromise to battery life, which won’t be ideal to anyone who plans on working out of reach from a plug socket.

How we test

Every laptop we review goes through a series of uniform checks designed to gauge key things including build quality, performance, screen quality and battery life. 

These include formal synthetic benchmarks and scripted tests, plus a series of real-world checks, such as how well it runs popular apps.

We used as our main laptop for at least a week.

Tested the performance via both benchmark tests and real-world use.

We tested the screen with a colorimeter and real-world use.

We tested the battery with a benchmark test and real-world use.

FAQs

Can you buy the MateBook D 16 in the UK?

Yes, this laptop is available to buy in the UK though it cannot be purchased in America from Huawei directly.

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As part of this mission, whenever we review a product we send the company a series of questions to help us gauge and make transparent the impact the device has on the environment.

We currently haven’t received answers to the questions on this product, but will update this page the moment we do. You can see a detailed breakdown of the questions we ask and why in our sustainability info page.

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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 17, 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.

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.

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, Excellerate 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 : Huawei annual Seeds for the Future program opens for 2022 edition in Lebanon

(MENAFN- BCW Global) Lebanon, July XX 2022,The 2022 edition of the annual Huawei Seeds for the Future program has opened in Lebanon, inviting university students to explore Huawei's cutting-edge technology, experience traditional and modern Chinese culture, and enhance their professional development. This year also sees the return of the Tech4Good initiativefor the second year, a program that asks students to identify a social issue and propose a technical solution based on the ICT skills they learn throughout the program.

This year will see more than27 students participate from various reputable Universities in Lebanon.

The Seeds for the Future program has been held in Lebanon since 2018. In 2021, 30 students from multiple universities in Lebanon attended the program, out of which 26 graduated, giving Lebanon a graduation rate of 86% againsta worldwide average of 73%.Last year also sawa team fromLebanonemergeamong ten finalists in the Tech4Good Global competition, selected from 79 initial submissions globally through a competitive online voting process. The team's "Intelligent Firefighting System" proposed a firefighting solution combining existing systems with drones, using 5G, IoT and AI to react automatically to wildfires before they spread.

The opening ceremony in Beirut was attended by Hassan Mourad, Head of Education Committee at the Lebanese Parliament, who noted the challenge posed by the knowledge divide, resulting in different and unequal opportunities to contribute effectively to society."The pandemic has served as a wake-up callthat the digital divide and inequalities within and across countries can no longer be addressed partially. What will be necessary is a sustained effort to democratize access to digital technologies."

"That is why initiative such as the Huawei Seeds for the Future Program is essential and highly commended, not least for its outreach to young people that gives them an excellent opportunity to explore the digital world and take their learning into exciting new areas of ICT," he added.

In his keynote speech, Mohamad Sharara, Huawei Public Relations and Government Affairs Director, Lebanon,stressed on the importance ofempowering Lebanon's youth with global knowledge and new skills that will significantly support Lebanon's economic revival and digital transformation journey, saying: "As a global technology provider, we feel we have a responsibility to advance digital skills globally, and here in Lebanon specifically, where current challengesimpose an additional responsibility to build an advanced ICT infrastructure and use new technologies to boost socio-economic growth."

"The Seeds for the Future education program is very special as it marks one of Huawei's significant investments in our wonderful country and demonstrates our commitment to nurturing local ICT talents who will become the future ICT leaders of Lebanon and the region's growing digital economy," he added.

As of July 2022, the Seeds for the Future program has been implemented in 137 countries and regions, reaching more than 12,000 students from over 500 universities and gaining endorsement from more than 180 heads of state and high-level government officials globally.
Huawei remains committed to working with our local partners to pursue more opportunities for talented young people to develop the ICT talent ecosystem through education and training

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