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[Wroclaw, Poland, October 17, 2022] Around 300 students from 11 countries completed a three-day on-site Training Camp initiated by the International Collegiate Programming Contest University Commons (ICPCU) on Sunday. Co-hosted by the University of Wrolcaw and Huawei, the camp aims to provide top-notch programming training for college-aged enthusiasts of mathematical modeling, algorithms, programming and data structure.

Ready, steady, go!

From October 14th to 16th in Miłocin Park in Pierwoszów, near Wroclaw, teams of students and young programmers met to practice and Boost their skills under the watchful eyes of supervisors, coaches and mathematical talents from around the world. For the first time in history of this global initiative, the 3-day educational program took place in Poland. More than 40 teams, some connected online while others joining on-site, were attracted to compete in algorithm programming during 3 training sessions led by experts. These courses allow the participants to practice and Boost their skills before the next stage of the finals. It was an exciting opportunity to meet new people, learn from others and get to know the practices and theories taught in different countries (such as Romania, Czech Republic or Israel).

"Huawei will continue to support contests & boot camps, and provide professional coaching to the ICPC community. We would also like to share with all of you real-world industrial problems that need to be solved in order to enable a fully-connected & intelligent world. Together, we can learn & grow through ICPC, and drive technological progress!" Zhou Hong, President of the Institute of Strategic Research at Huawei said.

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2022 ICPC Europe Training Camp powered by Huawei held in Poland

Huawei is committed to open research platform

One of the ongoing goals of Huawei is to actively support the local talent ecosystem. Huawei is committed to open research platforms that are oriented to the future of information terminals, computing, and connectivity. Huawei’s research and development in technologies and products is inevitably connected with mathematics, algorithms and software challenges, especially in the field of optics, wireless structures and mobile phones. Observations of similar Huawei-powered contests dedicated to young talents lead to the conclusion that students consider Huawei’s fields of work such as Cloud, social-app software and financial transactions as the best areas for practicing their skills in programming and mathematical modeling.

"The training camp is not only a meeting of minds, but also a platform for communications. Its value lies not only in the content, but also in the connections made through the training camps. Huawei has opened a window of opportunity for ICPC volunteers to participate in these activities without having to bear the financial burden." ICPC Global Executive Director. Dr. William B. Poucher said.

"ICPC Foundation training initiatives are crucial for raising new talent, aspirations, bringing people together and building new systems and services that will serve our neighbors. ICPC is about finding solutions to problems. Huawei has been supporting this initiative for several years, which allowed it to successfully grow, and provide opportunities for many students and coaches in different regions of the world. Only together, with academia and industry, we can make this world a better place, establish opportunities for next generations of problem solvers and find smart solutions for global needs." Veronika Soboleva, Director of ICPC Foundation Development said.

Equal education is the key to the digital inclusiveness

Huawei is committed to the eradication of inequality in the access to the new technologies – and therefore aims for a total inclusivity of the digital world. One of the most effective strategies that Huawei can introduce in this regard is to provide the opportunity to educate the youngsters from across the world. The company’s flagship educational program Seeds for the Future, which starts in just a few weeks, is one of its many initiatives providing the students with exposure on AI, Cloud or alternative energy resources. In just 2021, Huawei had cooperated globally with more than 300 universities and more than 900 research institutions. Huawei will also launch over 10 Tech Arena competitions in dozens of European countries.

"As an unswerving pioneer in digitalization, Huawei believes digitalization will be the key to unlocking a brighter future. This progress will become much easier if we involved the top talents in discipline design, school-enterprise joint training, science and technology competitions and other all-round and multi-level top talent discovery and cultivation initiatives. This is why just in 2021, Huawei invested RMB 2.7 billion in university cooperation, cooperating with more than 300 universities and more than 900 research institutions around the world," said Guo Shuaisheng, head of Huawei's Warsaw Research Center.

In Poland, Huawei has recently signed an agreement with WSB University in Dąbrowa Górnicza to provide students access to more practical courses, interesting conferences and more up-to-date study plans. It is just one of many collaborations that Huawei has conducted with Polish universities. The company has had talent cultivation programs such as co-developed deep learning courses for Warsaw university, algorithm research program in University of Jagiellonian, and other upcoming training program in Wroclaw University, Warsaw University of Technology, the Poznań University of Technology or Koźmiński University.

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Killexams : Huawei MEA Innovation Day highlights how collaboration can unleash innovation for a sustainable digital future in Oman

Oman: Huawei, a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices, held the second annual Huawei Innovation Day with customers, partners and technology experts from the Middle East and Africa. Held in parallel with GITEX GLOBAL 2022, the Huawei MEA Innovation Day 2022 was organized in partnership with the Arab ICT Organization (AICTO) under the theme of "Collaboration to Unleash Innovation for Sustainable Digital Future". The annual event gathered the region's government leaders from different sectors, industry analysts, ICT ecosystem partners and international standardization, and Huawei's senior leadership team.

Jeff Wang, Global President of Public Affairs and Communications Huawei, delivered the opening keynote speech to highlight Huawei's commitment to supporting the MEA digital transformation and ICT sustainability future.

Participating in a panel discussion that covered the importance of empowering the role of women in technology, Dr. Eman Said Al Abri, Dean of the College of Computing and Information Sciences, the University of Technology and Applied Sciences, Oman, said, “I'm delighted to be part of Huawei MEA Innovation Day 2022. Online education and work-from-home environments have eliminated the physical barriers that held back women from achieving their full potential in the Middle East and Africa. Now, we can further leverage technology to boost inclusivity through online training and upskilling.” She added, “As a university, we see the immense value of engaging the government and private sector in preparing our students for the job market and closing the gap between theory and practical knowledge. Additionally, industry training and professional certificates effectively empower students with practical knowledge to further their careers.”

The panel, moderated by Caroline Faraj, CNN VP and CNN Arabic Editor-in-Chief, was attended by Dr. Fatma Taher, IEEE UAE Section Chair, Dr. Mardin Abdullah Anwar, Director of ICT and Statistics at Salahuddin University, Erbil, Iraq, and Rania Halimeh, Regional Director, META, Logical Operations. Panelists discussed the importance of improving university curriculums and programs in light of ICT accelerated innovation, and filling the talent gap in cybersecurity, among other topics.

H.E. Eng. Mohamed Ben Amor, Secretary General of the Arab ICT Organization (AICTO), the event partner, delivered the keynote speech, highlighting the importance of collaboration between various regional stakeholders and global partners to build an integrated ICT ecosystem for a sustainable digital economy. "We are delighted with this collaboration with Huawei around an insightful subject increasingly becoming the keystone for sustainable technological development," H.E Ben Amor stated, adding, "If "innovation" was always and will remain the engine of economic and social progress with a profound transformational impact on our lives, technological innovation will be, without any doubt, the compulsory way towards a better digital future. Therefore, we highly trust that technological innovation will help transform challenges into opportunities and shorten the path to achieving our common goals. This requires, in particular, a strong regional and international cooperation framework to strengthen national and regional innovation systems and models leading to innovative and sustainable technological initiatives."

Steven Yi, President of Huawei Middle East & Africa, added: "We are honored with the distinguished audience in our Innovation Day MEA 2022. Our mission remains to bring the broadest ICT ecosystem together to inspire change and deliver socioeconomic growth. We are hopeful the lessons we take from the event will help bring us closer to an open, intelligent world that has been our mission from Day 1."

Additionally, various keynotes were also delivered by H.E. Dr. Fadia Kiwan, Director General of Arab Women Organization, H.E. Dr. Khaled Wali, Director of the ICT Department at the League of Arab States,  H.E. Eng. Mohamed Ben Amor, Secretary General of the Arab ICT Organization, , H.E. Dr. Mohammed Al-Ohali, President of KFU (King Faisal University) and Jawad Abbasi, Head of MENA, GSMA.

The second panel discussion, hosted by Toni Eid, founder of Telecom Review Group & CEO of Trace Media, covered the importance of open partnerships and collaborations for shared success in building the ICT Ecosystem in MEA, the role of Digital Power in telecom networks, and green solutions in cloud. The panel was attended by H.E. Dr. Elsadig Gamaleldeen Elsadig Karar, Director General of the Telecommunications and Post Regulatory Authority of Sudan (TPRA), Dr. Jassim Haji, President, International Group of Artificial Intelligence and Dr. Ammar Al Husaini, Deputy Director General at Central Agency for Information Technology, Kuwait.

Shunli Wang, Huawei's Vice President in the Middle East delivered the closing remarks during the event, and highlighted the need to lead new ways for public-private sector collaborations to drive shared success and "Unleash Innovation for a Sustainable Digital Future in MEA region". Wang also mentioned Huawei’s focus on 5.5G which will soon become a reality, enabling a 10 Gbps experience and a hundred billion connections. 


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Our vision and mission is to bring digital to every person, home, and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world. To this end, we will drive ubiquitous connectivity and promote equal access to networks; bring cloud and artificial intelligence to all four corners of the earth to provide superior computing power where you need it when you need it; build digital platforms to help all industries and organizations become more agile, efficient, and dynamic; redefine user experience with AI, making it more personalized for people in all aspects of their life, whether they're at home, in the office, or on the go.

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Fri, 14 Oct 2022 19:47:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : NCC Boss Applauds Huawei for Boosting ICT Education in Nigeria

Huawei Technologies Company Nigeria Limited has donated a computer laboratory to the Government Senior Secondary School (GSS), in Danbatta, Kano State. The laboratory is named after the Executive Vice Chairman (EVC), Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta.

The NCC Boss who expressed his profound gratitude to Huawei Technologies for choosing to donate the “Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta Computer Laboratory” to his alma mater, also applauded the efforts of the company as he regarded the donation as an important ICT project which shows Huawei’s commitment to boost ICT education in Nigeria.

Inside the “Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta Computer Laboratory”

He noted that the facility will not only bring invaluable benefits to the students and teachers of the GSS in Danbatta, but also impact other neighbouring schools. It is expected that the schools will utilise the tech facility to prepare their pupils for the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) and other educational purposes.

Prof. Danbatta charged the students and others desirous of acquiring for upgrading their knowledge of ICT to avail themselves of the ample opportunity provided by the new facility within their own domain.

He also recognised Huawei’s effort to partner with the NCC’s commitment toward digitising Nigeria’s economy. According to him, the Commission will continue to be at the forefront of implementing Federal Government’s policies aimed at achieving the goal.

At the event, the Director, Public Relation of Huawei Nigeria, Lola Fafore, observed that the fully-fledged computer laboratory donated to the school is equipped with free 4G internet service for 90 days as well as computer-based testing (CBT) training applications for JAMB installed in the computers for the benefit of the students.

She said, as part of the company’s contribution to Nigeria through corporate social responsibility, Huawei would continue to promote digital inclusion, especially through provision of access to technology.

“As a company, Huawei looks forward to making more contributions to Nigeria by supporting the NCC in bridging the digital connectivity divide, training talents, building capacity, knowledge transfer and supporting the process of achieving a fully-digital economy,” she said.

L-R: the Executive Vice Chairman (EVC), Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta and the Director, Public Relation of Huawei Nigeria, Lola Fafore.

Also speaking at the occasion, the Chairman of Danbatta Charity Foundation (DCF), Alhaji Nasiru Danguda, commended the NCC for attracting major development projects to the community, thereby opening unprecedented windows of opportunity for the people.

Danguda said, “This is not the first time Huawei is donating this kind of project in Danbatta as Maimunatu Girls Secondary School is also a previous beneficiary. We, the people of Danbatta, are grateful to Huawei and are also proud that we have Prof Danbatta making us proud with his outstanding performance at NCC, which has attracted us to global giants like Huawei.”

The inauguration ceremony was organised by DCF in conjunction with four other organisations, namely Zauren Tuntuba, a non-for-profit organisation; Danbatta Academic Forum (DAF); Danbatta Reporters; and, Duniya Ba Hutu.

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Killexams : Huawei sets its sights on regional digital transformation

Global tech powerhouse Huawei Technologies is concentrating on digital infrastructure, sustainable development and a strong ecosystem as part of its strategies to deepen cooperation with Asia-Pacific nations, including Thailand, in boosting its digital power.

According to ICT market research firm McKinsey, the pandemic accelerated the digital economy by seven years globally and by 10 years in Asia-Pacific.

"We want to be a key contributor to the digital economy in Asia-Pacific," Simon Lin, president of Huawei Asia-Pacific, told the Bangkok Post in an exclusive interview. "We need to build digital intelligence and green Asia-Pacific together."

He said Huawei invested heavily in R&D and innovation solutions for the ICT industry over the past two years. In 2021 the company allotted 22.4% of its revenue to R&D.

To deepen its cooperation with countries in the region, the company highlighted three core aspects.

The first lies in digital infrastructure, including communication equipment, data centres and cloud platforms.

"We need to digitalise traditional industries and create value for customers," Mr Lin said.

"Industries need digital infrastructure that offers a more intelligent network to provide more digital services to society, not only being connected, but also improving quality of life."

He said the company also provides automated artificial intelligence functions for network operation to make the network more effective at supporting new digital services and business models.

"This is our vision -- to use technology to change the world," Mr Lin said.

The second strategy involves sustainable development, which is widely supported by countries many around the world.

Huawei Digital Power integrates digital and power electronics technologies and enables energy digitalisation for a greener future. One example is working with partners to instal smart photovoltaic rooftops on 1,200 stores in Thailand, he said.

The third strategy involves building an open and healthy ecosystem by using innovative platforms to support industry digitalisation.

In Thailand, Huawei and the Digital Economy Promotion Agency have jointly developed the Thailand 5G Ecosystem Innovation Centre as an incubation and digital innovation development accelerator.

The country also has the 5G Alliance to serve 5G ecosystem development.

"We need to create value for our customers," Mr Lin said.

"When the Asia-Pacific market is booming, we will see a very fruitful result."


He praised Thailand for its plan to make the digital economy constitute 30% of the country's GDP by 2027, saying this could turn the nation into the Asean leader for digital economy development.

"Huawei aims to be a major contributor to the Thai digital economy by working together with carriers to provide digital infrastructure," said Mr Lin.

He said the 5G network covers 78% of the Thai population, and this can be raised to 98% in five years.

Huawei can support carriers developing the fibre-optical network in Thailand to Boost home internet connection coverage, said Mr Lin.

The company can also provide network security technology through data centres, cloud services and WiFi 6.

He said Huawei can provide a platform for global independent software vendors and app developers, enabling them to enter the Thai market.

Participants take part in Huawei's Digital Bus project aimed at enhancing the digital skills of workers.


According to Mr Lin, there are 700 million users of 5G services and 2 million 5G cell sites globally.

When user penetration reaches 16%, it will drive positive business results for carriers. If 5G traffic reaches 20% of total network traffic, telecom carriers would reach a break-even point for 5G business, he said.

In Thailand, with continued support of 5G policies, investment and the ecosystem, Huawei expects 5G traffic to reach 20% of total network traffic by the end of this year, with 5G user penetration of 20%.

By the end of 2025, the 5G network is expected to cover 92% of the Thai population, with 5G user penetration and 5G traffic forecast to exceed 50%.

"We will see more exciting innovation from mobile operators with augmented reality and virtual reality features, cloud gaming and rich content, which are driving customers to migrate to 5G," said Mr Lin.


He said all of Asia-Pacific, including Thailand, is concentrating on building digital skills for people.

Last year Huawei signed a memorandum of understanding with the Asean Foundation to train 500,000 digital workers over five years with an investment fund of US$50 million.

"Towards this goal, we need long-term and systematic efforts. Our talent initiatives focus on three main areas, covering leadership, skills and knowledge," said Mr Lin.

"Through Asean Academies in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, we have trained over 17,000 local officials. For the upskilling and reskilling of ICT practitioners, we have trained almost 120,000 people."

For young talent, the company has several programmes to promote knowledge transfer, including the Seeds for the Future project, which this year saw 120 students from 16 Asia-Pacific countries gather in Thailand to learn ICT technologies.

"We believe the foundation of all talent initiatives is value creation for society," he said. "In the fourth quarter, Huawei's Digital Bus training programme will go to six more provinces in Thailand to train 1,000 rural doctors and volunteers."

Sun, 09 Oct 2022 20:18:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : HUAWEI launches HUAWEI nova 10 Pro in Qatar


* A beautiful trendy flagship smartphone with the ultimate front camera and fastest charging

Huawei Consumer Business Group (BG) recently announced the launch of the HUAWEI nova 10 Pro, a beautiful trendy flagship smartphone with the ultimate front camera and fastest charging that meet the contemporary, ever-evolving trends among future-minded youth of today. The 10th generation of nova inherits the design of the HUAWEI nova Series, bringing together innovative design and cutting-edge craftsmanship. It takes on the dazzling and chic Star Orbit Ring classic design. More especially, the smartphone has evolved its front camera capabilities with new added features, allowing nova users to express themselves more confidently while staying in trend.

The HUAWEI nova 10 Pro will be available in an exciting Colour No. 10 as well as in a premium and subtle Starry Black colourways in Qatar on October 20 with pre-orders starting on October 13 at a price of 2399 QR from Huawei’s online platforms as well as Huawei’s experience store at Palace Vendome and Doha Festival City.

The nova moniker is derived from the Latin word "novas", signifying that every rising star is born to shine, akin to the passion of youth when chasing their dreams of a better future. Created on the foundation of innovative technology, every generation of the HUAWEI nova series strives to represents the ideology of an innovative piece of technology that has an on-trend design, powerful cameras, excellent performance and offers smart interaction experiences. With that ideology in mind comes the launch of the new HUAWEI nova 10 Series, taking the series into its 10th generation. As of July 2022, the nova Series has accumulated a total of more than 200 million users worldwide.



Dazzles from Every Angle: chic and lightweight design

The HUAWEI nova 10 Pro comes in an attractive Colour No. 10 in addition to Starry Black colourways[1]. Both of these two colours represents a distinct aesthetic style, and they both adhere to a trendy, youthful design philosophy. Colour No. 10. depicts exquisite and elegant aesthetics. Combining the chic metallic silver colour with the golden Star Orbit Ring and Icon, the 3D curved display of the phone is complemented, sparkling with layer upon layer to showcase fascinating colour changes under different light and shadow.

The HUAWEI nova 10 Pro innovatively adapts a double colour coating process to enhance the design language of the Star Orbit Ring, creating a sense of harmony and symmetry. The Star Orbit Ring fuses technology and fashion. Lastly, the HUAWEI nova 10 Pro features a brand-new COP encapsulation technology, allowing the display’s bottom bezel to measure just 2.56mm each allowing for a more immersive visual experience for users.


Celebrate the beauty in detail with dynamic portrait photography

With the HUAWEI Multi-Vision Photography, the HUAWEI nova 10 Pro sports high-quality dual front camera lenses. One lens features the industry’s first front-facing 60MP Ultra-Wide Autofocus Camera, supporting 100-degree wide angle and 4K video quality, which offers excellent resolution and light sensitivity. Additionally, the front-facing 8MP Portrait Close-up Camera, another industry’s first, supports 2X optical zoom and up to 5X digital zoom, which allows users to shoot 0.7X~5X zoom videos. Users can freely adjust the zoom range with the nearest effective focal length of 14cm to better present the scene and to Boost the vlog-shooting experience, thus expanding the limits of human perception and bringing you the ultimate close-up portrait experience.

The HUAWEI nova 10 Pro also sports the industry’s first front camera built with Instant AF with Quad Phased Detection (QPD), where every single pixel is dedicated to photography and focus. Compared to a common autofocus lens, it promises a 30 percent increase in focus speed, which also greatly improves the resolution of wide-angle images by 119 percent. Coupled with the Portrait Close-up Camera and using autofocus on the main subject, close-up portraits now achieve a 150 percent increase in resolution. HUAWEI nova 10 Pro supports a Dual-View video function, which can utilise multiple cameras of the smartphone to shoot simultaneously, offering a multi-camera shooting experience with the combination of dual front cameras, front and rear camera, as well as picture in picture shooting. Thanks to the powerful dual autofocus capability of the HUAWEI nova 10 Pro, users can keep their appearances in the frame while showcasing their facial details and accessories.

The AI Texture Skin Algorithm together with XD Fusion frame composition also improves mobile photography for every scenario: front-lighting, backlighting and multi-exposure high dynamic range (HDR) shots to achieve delicate Front SLR-Level Bokeh effects, helping users to capture clear and high-quality close-up portraits at a click of the shutter. Thanks to the 0.7X~5X Free Zoom, the HUAWEI nova 10 Pro captures 54mm portrait focal length, 27mm wide-angle focal length and 19mm ultra-wide-angle focal length, bringing consistent and excellent image quality from any distance to perfectly meet the users’ needs for all-scenario portrait selfies in different focal lengths with a smartphone.


Level up with fast charging, heat dissipation, gaming, and faster downloading

The HUAWEI nova 10 Pro supports the 100W HUAWEI SuperCharge that is firstly equipped with the new Turbo Mode, breaking the power consumption limits for instant charging. It only takes 10 minutes to charge the phone from 20 to 60 percent, while fully charging the phone in just 20 minutes – the same duration it takes to load up a new game. The battery capacity largely determines the battery life of the phone. Packing in a larger battery capacity in a slim body, the HUAWEI nova 10 Pro is equipped with a more power-efficient 4500mAh large battery capacity. The phone provides a long-lasting battery life even with heavy use, assuring users a worry-free experience.

The HUAWEI nova 10 Pro features Ultra-Generation VC Liquid Cooling, which brings heat dissipation with better speed and uniformity.

In terms of gaming experience, the HUAWEI nova 10 Pro features the new Touch Turbo 2.0. Users can simply shake the phone to trigger any corresponding key operation, which effectively improves the user experience of mobile games. The HUAWEI nova 10 Pro is also equipped with Stereo Dual Speakers. Built with the Histen ultra-wide sound field, users can also enjoy an immersive audio and video experience, whether it is listening to music, watching movies or playing games.


Ultra Vision Photography

The HUAWEI nova 10 Pro rear camera is also equipped with a 50MP RYYB Ultra Vision Camera setup, which consists of a 50MP Ultra Vision photography main camera, an 8MP Ultra-Wide Macro Camera, and a Portrait Depth Camera. The rear camera of the HUAWEI nova 10 Pro also supports Instant AF with QPD. When taking photos of people, users can select the Follow Focus feature in the ‘Vlog’ Category under ‘Effects’. When a single person is shown on the frame, the camera focus frame will automatically lock in the subject. With multiple parties in the frame, users can click on the main subject and, when the camera focus frame turns yellow, the subject is locked into view. There is also a Portrait Video function, which makes portrait Bokeh look more natural. Both the front and rear cameras of the HUAWEI nova 10 Pro support Motion Blur function. With this feature, users can now take photographs with blurred backgrounds. The smartphone also comes with an AI Snapshot feature that can process elements, such as people, sky, buildings, and plants, to enhance the overall look and feel of photos, eThe Super Night Shot feature is also supported on the HUAWEI nova 10, bringing excellent details beyond the perception of human eyes in dark scenes, as well as leveraging its powerful light sensing capabilities and pixel-grade reconstruction technology, to increase the brightness of dark areas. The HUAWEI nova 10 Pro also is equipped with Huawei’s flagship-grade RYYB colour filter array, which replaces the green pixels in the sensor with yellow pixels, increasing light intake by 40%. Camera light sensitivity supports up to ISO 400000,


120Hz Original-Colour Curved Display

Be it playing games, watching videos or browsing photos, the HUAWEI nova 10 Pro focuses on vivid screen displays and detail enhancement, allowing users to immerse themselves in a visual feast. The HUAWEI nova 10 Pro supports 1.07 billion colours, a high refresh rate of up to 120Hz, and 300Hz touch sampling rate which offer users a smoother user experience, whether it is daily operations, web browsing or other smartphone interactions.. Through the Display Turbo image quality enhancement technology, the HUAWEI nova 10 Pro can intelligently analyse portraits based on AI deep learnings, and also supports real-time calculation to optimise face definition in short videos by up to 50%. The HUAWEI nova 10 Pro also supports the P3 colour gamut for a larger colour gamut coverage; the display also supports 1.07 billion colours, bringing delicate colours to life on screen with smooth transitions.


Visionary and Inspirational User Experience

Thanks to the Super Device features, Huawei has consolidated different menus into the Control Panel with a simple swipe users can explore the Control Panel and get quick access to audio playback, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth settings, as well as making it easier to control multiple devices as if they were controlling just one device.

For example, users can tap on the HUAWEI MatePad icon to activate Smartphone-Tablet Multi-screen Collaboration; tap the HUAWEI MateBook icon for Smartphone-PC Multi-screen Collaboration or tap the HUAWEI FreeBuds icon to seamlessly switch their audio output to their Huawei earbuds.

With the Distributed File System, the HUAWEI nova 10 Pro can also function as a wirelessly connected external storage unit for the PC, meaning users can access the files they want more easily than ever before. Users may also conveniently share their screen during a video and even mark key places, to bring important insights directly into view.

Tue, 11 Oct 2022 00:23:00 -0500 ar text/html
Killexams : Huawei May Relaunch 5G Phones Next Year, Report Says

Huawei reportedly plans to relaunch 5G phones as early as next year in an effort to regain market share that was lost in the fallout from US sanctions. 

Financial Times report published Thursday says Huawei may try to circumvent US sanctions by redesigning its smartphone to accommodate "less advanced" chipsets made by Chinese companies that will enable 5G. However, this approach risks impacting user experience, the report says. Prior to Washington tightening sanctions, a Huawei subsidiary designed the chipsets before it was manufactured by leading chipmaker Taiwan Semiconductor. 

The report went on to say that Huawei was also considering phone cases with built-in modules that enable 5G connectivity. Such cases are already on the market.

Huawei pointed to the restrictions on what it can offer and how that affects its operations.

"Huawei strictly follows the law in all countries where we operate. As a result of sanctions, we can only offer consumers 4G smartphones," a Huawei spokesperson told CNET in an email on Friday. "Despite this, we will continue to innovate and keep bringing a better user experience to consumers."

Earlier this year, Huawei launched a nearly $2,000 foldable phone, called the Mate XS 2, but it's only compatible with 4G networks in this era of 5G, the next-generation wireless technology.

Analysts say that even if Huawei manages to launch new 5G phones, it'll face an uphill battle in reclaiming international market share without Google. US sanctions have also restricted Huawei's access to Google, which means its phones do not run popular apps such as the Google Play Store or Gmail. 

In 2021, Huawei's revenues for its smartphone-led consumer business plunged by 50% compared to the year before.

The US has long alleged that Huawei maintains a tight relationship with the Chinese government, creating fear that equipment from these manufacturers could be used to spy on other countries and companies. Huawei has repeatedly denied that its products pose a security threat.

In 2020, the Trump administration leveled tougher sanctions on Huawei, which restricted any foreign semiconductor company from selling chips developed using US technology to the Chinese firm, without first obtaining a license to do so.

Thu, 06 Oct 2022 19:26:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : The new generation of the HUAWEI nova series are now available in stores

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Killexams : The HUAWEI nova Y90 launches in South Africa No result found, try new keyword!Thanks to the 128GB large storage of HUAWEI nova Y90, users have access to ample storage for their favourite apps, games or files for work and study. This means you can work, study and enjoy ... Wed, 12 Oct 2022 18:09:00 -0500 en-US text/html Killexams : The HUAWEI nova 10 Pro and HUAWEI nova 10 – Now available in South Africa No result found, try new keyword!Thanks to the Super Device features, Huawei has consolidated different menus into the Control Panel with a simple swipe; users can explore the Control Panel and get quick access to audio playback ... Mon, 03 Oct 2022 20:45:00 -0500 en-US text/html Killexams : Huawei Hi Nova 10 5G could launch on October 20 No result found, try new keyword!Back in July, the Chinese tech giant, Huawei, launched two new smartphones—Huawei Nova 10 and Nova 10 Pro—under the new Nova 10 series. Both handsets supported only 4G connectivity. Thu, 06 Oct 2022 06:30:00 -0500 en-US text/html
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