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Killexams : Huawei Associate-Network health - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/SU0-211 Search results Killexams : Huawei Associate-Network health - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/SU0-211 https://killexams.com/exam_list/Huawei Killexams : Huawei will empower China to 'steal' American 'intellectual property': Joe Rogan No result found, try new keyword!Huawei had some amazing phones that they were using... really like high-end phones. But they also had network devices that were stealing data. They were using them as spy devices," Rogan said during ... Wed, 27 Jul 2022 12:32:15 -0500 en-us text/html https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/huawei-will-empower-china-to-steal-american-intellectual-property-joe-rogan/ar-AA102VGA Killexams : 12 Nigerian Students Qualify for Huawei Global ICT Competition

Twelve Nigerian students from the University of Ibadan, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, and University of Port Harcourt have qualified for the Huawei Global ICT competition following an excellent performance in the cloud and network examination at the just concluded Huawei sub-Saharan Africa region ICT competition finals.

The Huawei ICT Competition, which generally covers examination on the latest ICT technologies such as cloud computing, artificial intelligence, mobile networks and big data, is believed to be the biggest of its kind in Africa featuring 123 student-talents from 13 countries in sub-Saharan Africa, grouped into 41 teams (28 network track and 13 cloud track teams).

At the sub-Saharan regional finals, the students compete for 18 prizes and 12 admission tickets for the Huawei Global ICT Competition Final in October 2020, which will attract more than 300 other student-talents from 66 countries across the globe.

Team Nigeria had 15 students grouped into five teams who competed under the network and cloud segment. The Nigerian students had a great performance which guaranteed four of the Nigerian teams’ tickets to the Global ICT Competition.

Two teams emerged first position and third position respectively in the Cloud examination, while two other teams of the Nigerian students emerged second position in the Network examination.

Due to the pandemic, the Huawei ICT sub-Saharan regional competition was held virtually. The Nigerian students participated from the Huawei Technologies Nigeria offices in Abuja and Lagos respectively.

The Huawei ICT competition which is established to foster ICT learning in Africa and bridge the gap between theoretical study and practical experience typically comprises of a national preliminary contest, regional semi-final and a Global final. Following a successful run at the national finals of the Huawei ICT Competition which was held on December 10th 2019 and had over 23,000 Nigerian students in the contest, 15 students were selected to represent Nigeria at the sub-Saharan Africa Region ICT competition finals which held on September 10th and 11th, 2020 to determine those who will be selected to participate the Huawei Global ICT Competition finals.

One of the Huawei Channel Training Managers for ICT Talent Ecosystem Development in Nigeria, Mr. Weilei, said: “The Huawei ICT competition was first launched in Nigeria in 2017 and currently runs under the Huawei ICT Academy which is in collaboration with more than 90 Nigerian universities. The Huawei ICT Academy was established to train students for free in the latest internationally relevant ICT skills in subjects such as Networks, Cloud Computing and Big Data. As at today, over 10,000 Nigerian students have benefitted.”

He added that “there are 150 instructors from partnering institutions, with 120 of them acquiring various Huawei certifications in different technology track and 250 training classes in various technology tracks, in Routing & switching, storage, cloud services, big data, W-Lan, security and AI delivered by Huawei certified instructors.”
Director, Huawei Nigeria Enterprise D&S Department, Ms. Melissa Chen, said: “The competition-related training has helped over 300 students receive job offers. In Nigeria alone, over 3,000 Nigerian students trained by Huawei have successfully passed the Huawei professional certification exams. Huawei hopes to skill up more than 700,000 ICT professionals by 2023. The aim is to bridge the ICT talent gap, advance the digital transformation of industries, and bring digital to every person, home and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world.”

Mr. Kenneth Igwe, another of the Huawei Channel Training Managers for ICT Talent Ecosystem Development in Nigeria, explained how the students were trained adequately for the examination by Huawei certified instructors, following hands-on trainings/internship with the company. He said: “Prior to the ICT competition, Huawei Technologies Nigeria took time out to train 9 of the 15 students who were also given internship opportunities with the company in Abuja and Lagos. Meanwhile, all the students had also been trained since January for this competition and many of them already acquired HCIA, HCIP and HCIP which are globally recognised certifications in various Huawei technology Courses.”

The students and instructors were glad to have qualified to represent Nigeria at the Huawei Global ICT competition which will be held later in the year 2020.

“I am excited we have qualified for the global finals since we have been preparing for this for over 8 months. Huawei gave us free access to their cloud services and also free vouchers to write the HCIP Cloud Services Certification and also support from their engineers” – Abdullahi Muhammad Khalifa, Cloud Team, student from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, said.

“Huawei offered us internship opportunities which exposed us to real life projects and has played a major role towards our success in the regional final even as we look forward to a greater performance at the global finals. Connection, Glory, Future, the theme of the Huawei ICT Competition says it all. I am looking forward to the glory of becoming a world champion which will make the future brighter for me,” Ugheoke Anthony Oshiobugie, Network team student from the University of Port Harcourt, said.

“I feel very excited to be participating in the Huawei ICT Global Finals. It took a lot of time and effort to come this far and I am glad our team’s perseverance yielded great results. Huawei provided us with a suitable learning environment during our six weeks internship where we learnt about the emerging technologies such as Cloud and Storage,” Mustapha Abdullahi Jimoh, Cloud Team, and student from Ahamadu Bello University, Zaria, said.

“I am very excited to represent Nigeria in the global final and I will put more effort to bring the Gold medal home. Huawei has helped me in attaining my HCIA and HCIP R&S certifications and I also participated in a lot of rigorous trainings organized by Huawei including but not limited to HCIE training. These certifications and trainings really go a long way” – Abideen Bolaji Olaide (Network Team, student from University of Ibadan)
“I am so excited and honoured to represent Nigeria in the global finals, it has been an awesome experience so far. I was part of the boot camp at the Huawei office Abuja for about 2 months where we (I and my team) were extensively trained and well equipped for the regional finals. I am definitely looking forward to coming out in flying colours and making Nigeria proud at the global finals.” – Ukasanya Elma Tejiri (Network Team, student from University of Port Harcourt).

“What an intensive support from Huawei through the provision of quality trainings and test vouchers right from the associate level to the expert level also the provision of quick access to study guides.” – Badiru Toheeb Adeniyi (Network Team, student from University of Ibadan).

“This competition made me learn a lot of things. Previously, I could not configure a Huawei enterprise router via the CLI. But after preparing for this competition, I have been able to configure, install and integrate some enterprise links using Huawei enterprise routers. The preparation for this competition has enabled me to master most of the syntax for setting up a Huawei router/switches via CLI. The Huawei Academy has been so helpful in our preparation for the Regional finals through well-planned online classes, lucid presentation via Meet/Zoom mobile Apps and excellent tutors. During the classes, we were given all the materials needed for the exam” – Ohagim Chinemere (Network Team, student from University of Port Harcourt).

“This platform has enabled me broaden my knowledge in computer networking, information and network security. It has also kept me abreast on trending network protocols and procedures and how I can secure information properly hereby ensuring the triple A (authentication, authorization and accounting) to protect data and information using the 3 major components (CIA Triad) confidentiality, integrity and availability. This competition has also helped my knowledge and the level of experience acquired during the course and has enabled me have an outstanding edge of knowledge and professional qualification over other IT computer personnel’s in networking and security” – Nwala Uchechi Blessing (Network Team, Student from University of Port Harcourt).

“Looking at the performance of the students, I am just so happy. I am encouraged by the way they embrace this challenge, and always look forward to even more challenges. Huawei really helped in preparing us for the finals by making a pool of learning resources available online which we can always refer to at any time. More preparation time would go a long way for the students as they anticipate the global finals. A great performance is what I look forward to.,” Adebayo, Samuel Oluwafemi, Network Team, and Instructor from University of Port Harcourt, said.

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Killexams : Exclusive-U.S. probes China's Huawei over equipment near missile silos No result found, try new keyword!WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Biden administration is investigating Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei over concerns that U.S. cell towers fitted with its gear could capture sensitive ... Wed, 20 Jul 2022 22:21:00 -0500 en text/html https://gazette.com/news/us-world/exclusive-u-s-probes-chinas-huawei-over-equipment-near-missile-silos/article_6d1a833d-f64d-5831-81f2-7d0c941b9f1b.html Killexams : Taiwan dominates the world’s supply of computer chips – no wonder the US is worried

One aspect of Nancy Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan that has been largely overlooked is her meeting with Mark Lui, chairman of the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation (TSMC). Pelosi’s trip coincided with US efforts to convince TSMC – the world’s largest chip manufacturer, on which the US is heavily dependent – to establish a manufacturing base in the US and to stop making advanced chips for Chinese companies.

US support for Taiwan has historically been based on Washington’s opposition to communist rule in Beijing, and Taiwan’s resistance to absorption by China. But in accurate years, Taiwan’s autonomy has become a vital geopolitical interest for the US because of the island’s dominance of the semiconductor manufacturing market.

Semiconductors – also known as computer chips or just chips – are integral to all the networked devices that have become embedded into our lives. They also have advanced military applications.

Transformational, super-fast 5G internet is enabling a world of connected devices of every kind (the “Internet of Things”) and a new generation of networked weapons. With this in mind, US officials began to realise during the Trump administration that US semiconductor design companies, such as Intel, were heavily dependent on Asian-based supply chains for the manufacturing of their products.

In particular, Taiwan’s position in the world of semiconductor manufacturing is a bit like Saudi Arabia’s status in OPEC. TSMC has a 53% market share of the global foundry market (factories contracted to make chips designed in other countries). Other Taiwan-based manufacturers claim a further 10% of the market.

As a result, the Biden administration’s 100-Day Supply Chain Review Report says, “The United States is heavily dependent on a single company – TSMC – for producing its leading-edge chips.” The fact that only TSMC and Samsung (South Korea) can make the most advanced semiconductors (five nanometres in size) “puts at risk the ability to supply current and future [US] national security and critical infrastructure needs” .

This means that China’s long-term goal of reunifying with Taiwan is now more threatening to US interests. In the 1971 Shanghai Communique and the 1979 Taiwan Relations Act, the US recognised that people in both mainland China and Taiwan believed that there was “One China” and that they both belonged to it. But for the US it is unthinkable that TSMC could one day be in territory controlled by Beijing.

For this reason, the US has been trying to attract TSMC to the US to increase domestic chip production capacity. In 2021, with the support of the Biden administration, the company bought a site in Arizona on which to build a US foundry. This is scheduled to be completed in 2024.

The US Congress has just passed the Chips and Science Act, which provides US$52 billion (£43 billion) in subsidies to support semiconductor manufacturing in the US. But companies will only receive Chips Act funding if they agree not to manufacture advanced semiconductors for Chinese companies.

This means that TSMC and others may well have to choose between doing business in China and in the US because the cost of manufacturing in the US is deemed to be too high without government subsidies.

TSMC: the world’s largest manufacturer of semiconductors. EPA-EFE/David Chang

This is all part of a broader “tech war” between the US and China, in which the US is aiming to constrain China’s technological development and prevent it from exercising a global tech leadership role.

In 2020, the Trump administration imposed crushing sanctions on the Chinese tech giant Huawei that were designed to cut the company off from TSMC, on which it was reliant for the production of high-end semiconductors needed for its 5G infrastructure business.

Huawei was the world’s leading provider of 5G network equipment but the US feared its Chinese origins posed a security risk (though this claim has been questioned). The sanctions are still in place because both Republicans and Democrats want to stop other countries from using Huawei’s 5G equipment.

The British government had initially decided to use Huawei equipment in certain parts of the UK’s 5G network. The Trump administration’s sanctions forced London to reverse that decision.

A key US goal appears to be ending its dependency on supply chains in China or Taiwan for “emerging and foundational technologies”, which includes advanced semiconductors needed for 5G systems, but may include other advanced tech in future.

Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan was about more than just Taiwan’s critical place in the “tech war”. But the dominance of its most important company has given the island a new and critical geopolitical importance that is likely to heighten existing tensions between the US and China over the status of the island. It has also intensified US efforts to “reshore” its semiconductor supply chain.

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Killexams : #TECH: Huawei APAC Smart Office Launch 2022 spectacles a range of smart office flagship devices No result found, try new keyword!Huawei showcased a full spectrum of its new smart office flagship products during its APAC Smart Office Launch 2022. Wed, 27 Jul 2022 17:19:34 -0500 en-my text/html https://www.msn.com/en-my/news/techandscience/numbertech-huawei-apac-smart-office-launch-2022-spectacles-a-range-of-smart-office-flagship-devices/ar-AA103kps Killexams : Huawei empowers Nigerian youths through global ICT Competition, certification

Three Nigerian students are set to win the sums of N1 Million, N700,000 and N500,000 respectively in the ongoing 2021 Huawei global ICT competition ending on November 7.

The winners will also get a chance to be awarded internship opportunities, get free Huawei devices including laptops and smart devises as well as Huawei Certification vouchers. One of the vital part of the competition is a roadshow – an avenue to intimate the students about the ICT Competition as well as the ICT Academy program.

“The Huawei ICT Competition is a competitive ICT talent exchange event developed by Huawei for University and College students globally to promote the healthy development of the ICT talent ecosystem and support the integration of industry and education. Nigerian students have participated in this competition since 2018, with over 40,000 Nigerian students registering for the competition cumulatively since 2018. Nigerian students reached the 3rd position in the Global final in 2018-2019.

“In the 2019-2020 competition, students from Ahmadu Bello University, University of Port Harcourt and University of Ibadan clinched 2 of the grand prizes in the Cloud and Network Track,” Mr Kenneth Ogwe, the ICT Talent Ecosystem manager said in a statement issued at the end of the awareness road show.

“This is part of Huawei’s CSR programs under which the company is unrelenting in investing heavily in nurturing local ICT talent to compete equally with counterparts from across the globe. This is in addition to growing the local ICT talent ecosystem, strengthening capacity building and increasing people’s digital competence.” he said.

“Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, Huawei Nigeria did not relent in its efforts in ensuring Nigerian students register under its Authorized Information and Network Academy and get thoroughly trained in core ICT skills. Trainings and classes are online based, engaging hundreds of students across the country on their computer screens from the comfort of their homes.

“Over 15,000 Nigerian students have been trained for free under the Huawei ICT Academy program on subjects such as Networks, Cloud Computing and Big Data. This program also provides Nigerian students with access to globally recognized career certificates at three levels; Huawei Certified ICT Associate, Professional and Expert (HCIA, HCIP and HCIE),” Mr. Ogwe said.

The competition affords students the opportunity for talent building in the ICT Talent Ecosystem. Students are given the platform to enhance their ICT knowledge, practical and application skills, stimulate their innovation skills and creativity and acquire a globally acceptable certification.

During the competition, students choose between the Network and the Cloud track. Under the Network track students compete in networking technologies including Routing and Switching, Security and WLAN while the Cloud Track features newer technologies such as Big Data, Cloud Computing, Cloud Service, Storage and Artificial Intelligence.

Huawei has so far partnered with over 110 institutions across the country, providing training to more than 5,000 students annually. In 2021, Huawei extended its partnership to over 20 universities across the country to provide training on emerging technologies.

“The Huawei ICT Competition has become an opportunity for students in related fields to connect and compete with fellow students in the country and globally, learn the latest technologies and also get an opportunity to win prizes. Most especially, it allows them to bridge the gap between theoretical study and practical industry experience,” he added.

The registration for the ICT Competition commenced in July and ends on the 7th of November. The students will sit for the Preliminary test slated for the November 8th, 2021 thereafter followed by the National Final by the end of November 2021.

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Killexams : 5 best smartwatches in UAE, for 2022

Smartwatches are an expensive way to tell time, and you might be thinking: Are they worth the hype and investment? If you consider the host of features that come with this smart timepiece, the price point is little cause for deliberation.

For one, rest easy knowing your phone can stay at home, where you know it's safe and sound. While some smartwatches pair with smartphones using a short-range Bluetooth connection, other advanced models communicate directly with your cellular network. This means you get to make and receive important calls and even text straight from your wrist, independently of your smartphone.

Another plus is the built-in NFC (Near Field Communication) function, which allows us to make contactless payments. Given the current climate, paying with a flick of your wrist is much safer, compared to swiping and tapping on the phone. Take the Apple Watch, for example. There are fewer touchpoints involved in activating Apple Pay on the smartwatch than on an iPhone, where unlocking the card requires a pin or a touch ID.

Smartwatches are not just an extension of the smartphone; they also monitor your health, play music and tell you where you are. Looking for fitness trackers, instead? Check out this list for all the best options. Given all these benefits, we just had to dive right in and come up with a list of the best smartwatches on the market. Many of them are Amazon Prime-eligible, so if you're a member, you can receive it the day after you purchase it.

1. Best Overall: Apple Watch Series 7 (GPS + Cellular, 41mm)

Pros

  • IP6X dust resistance, and swimproof in up to 50 metres of depth
  • Call and text from the smartwatch using cellular connectivity
  • Stream Apple Music, podcasts and audiobooks
  • Takes your electrocardiogram (ECG)
  • Pay with Apple Pay

Cons

  • Best compatibility with iPhones
  • Expensive

The new Apple Watch Series 7 has increased its screen size by 20 per cent as compared to its predecessor and continues to be dust- and water-resistant. This model in the series gives you cellular connectivity, so that you can go on your morning runs without the hassle of a phone. Then there's the convenience of Apple Pay, GPS (Global Positioning System) and streaming services on your wrist, making the watch a must-have wearable device for iOS users. Track all your physical activities with the Apple Watch by using the Activity Rings, which show if you were cycling, running, lifting or simply walking around the house. Since this smartwatch is Apple’s venture into the healthcare sector, you can even measure blood oxygen, take an electrocardiogram (ECG) and get notifications regarding irregular heart rhythms.

Bonus: Buy with zero per cent instalments and pay Dh138.17 for 12 months with select banks.

Warranty: Amazon offers a one-year extended warranty for Dh97 and a two-year extended warranty for Dh160.

2. Best for Samsung Users: SAMSUNG Galaxy Watch3

Pros

  • Classic design for formal wear
  • Bluetooth connectivity for calls and texts
  • 120 home workout programs
  • Tracks blood pressure, sleep, heart rate and more
  • IP68 dust resistance and water-resistant in up to 50 metres of depth
  • Built-in GPS

Cons

  • Short battery life
  • Best compatibility with Samsung-only phones
  • Some features are region specific

Samsung Galaxy Watch3 boasts a deceptively classic timepiece design. Its traditional buckle closure, leather strap and rotating bezel belie an array of smart features, from sleep monitoring to text messaging. Though this variant comes without cellular support, it lets you text, call and check emails via a Bluetooth connection. But this also means your smartphone needs to be within a certain range, like in your pocket or nearby, on the table. If you're trying to get back into your fitness routine, start small with more than 120 home workout programmes on the Galaxy Watch3. The watch's algorithm even helps you Excellerate your running form by analysing the metrics over a period of time. Besides measuring the blood pressure, heart rate, sleep and more, the gadget detects accidents like falls and sends an SOS to your emergency contact right away.

Bonus: Buy with zero per cent instalments and pay Dh45.25 for 12 months with select banks.

Warranty: Amazon offers a one-year extended warranty for Dh35 and a two-year extended warranty for Dh57.

3. Best for Android Users: Amazfit GTS 2 Smartwatch

Pros

  • Receive calls and texts over Bluetooth
  • Battery life of up to seven days
  • Built-in Alexa
  • 3GB of local storage
  • Waterproof in up to 50 metres of depth

Cons

  • Battery life is shorter than stated
  • Cannot make calls, only receives them

Several reviews marvel at how lightweight this smart timepiece is, given that it lets you answer calls and read texts, as well. The Amazfit GTS 2 connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth and delivers surprising clarity through its built-in speakers. Thanks to its 3GB worth of local storage, you can carry some of your favourite playlists around while you're out and about without the phone. Keep up to date with important appointments and pencil in more through Alexa, your everyday life assistant. Amazfit GTS 2 offers you a whopping 90 built-in sports modes. It doesn’t end there – the smartwatch can survive in up to 50 metres of water. Sports enthusiasts will be able to track their sleep, heart rate, stress levels and burned calories according to distance travelled via the integrated GPS.

Bonus: Buy with zero per cent instalments and pay Dh46.25 for 12 months with select banks.

4. Best Budget: HUAWEI WATCH GT 2 Pro Smartwatch

Pros

  • Receive, reject or mute calls via Bluetooth
  • 100-plus workout modes
  • Reverse charges from phone
  • Store up to 500 songs
  • Shows moon phases, sunset and sunrise times
  • Classic design

Cons

  • Cannot initiate calls
  • Best compatibility with Android smartphones only
  • No NFC payment

The Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro is a multifunctional piece of gadget for under-the-sky explorers. It warns you if the weather has taken a turn for the worse by tapping into the built-in altitude barometer. You'll also find the times for moonrise, moonset, sunrise and sunset right on your wrist, along with the current moon phase. Sans cellular connection, the watch easily pairs with your smartphone via Bluetooth and takes calls, but do note that you cannot dial back or send texts. Even after heavy use, the watch will keep functioning for at least eight days without needing charge. And, rest assured, your go-to workout is somewhere in here, because there are over 100 modes to choose from. And if you can’t seem to take the perfect group selfie, prop up your phone camera and then tap the remote shutter on the watch for a steady shot.

Bonus: Buy with zero per cent instalments and pay Dh43.75 for 12 months with select banks.

Warranty: Amazon offers a one-year extended warranty for Dh35 and a two-year extended warranty for Dh57.

5. Best Bluetooth Connectivity: Garmin Venu 2 Plus

Pros

  • Make and receive calls via Bluetooth
  • AMOLED (active-matrix organic light-emitting diodes) screen delivers deep contrast
  • Reply to texts using voice commands
  • 25-plus fitness apps with animated workouts
  • Up to nine days of battery life
  • Contactless payment

Cons

  • Android 10 OS does not support voice assistant on the Venu 2 Plus
  • Expensive

The Garmin Venu 2 Plus may not be a pocket-friendly find, but its strong Bluetooth connection allows you to make and receive calls from both iOS and Android devices. Whatever your voice assistant may be on the phone, from Alexa to Siri, the watch instantly listens and replies to text using just commands. For this price point, you can also expect to make contactless payments from your wrist. However, Garmin does point out on its website that some Android 10-supported smartphones might not be able to use the voice assistant feature. It mentions the Huawei and Honor phone series in this list. As far as health monitoring is concerned, the Venu 2 Plus has more than 25 preloaded GPS and indoor sports apps, which feature animated workouts as a visual aid.

Bonus: Buy with zero per cent instalments and pay Dh109.93 for 12 months with select banks.

Our recommendations are independently chosen by Gulf News editors. If you decide to shop through links on our website, we may earn an affiliate commission, as we are part of Amazon Services LLC Associates Program.

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Killexams : Huawei opens Melbourne store

The store features 40 innovative, high-tech, and aesthetically delightful PC, audio, and wearable products - that can be touched, tried, and purchased.

This includes brand new health-focused wearables like the Huawei Watch GT3 Pro in titanium and ceramic, the health-redefining Watch D which can monitor blood pressure, the stylish Watch Fit 2, and the upgraded ultra-thin Band 7, as well as the stylish Sound Joy portable speaker.

Lockdowns initially delayed Huawei's expansion plans but the new Huawei Authorised Experience Store has happily now opened, and can be found at G-153 The Glen Shopping Centre, 235 Springvale Rd, Glen Waverley, Victoria 3150.

Huawei Consumer Business managing director Dickson Yang said Huawei has ambitious long-term goals in Australia and plans to open more stores across the country. “The objective has always been to grow our presence in Australia, but due to the pandemic, our expansion was slightly stunted but now that the future looks bright, we are looking to expand into other states if there are no major disruptions," he said.

“Huawei listens to our consumers and we want to make our market-leading products easily accessible to all Australians who value innovative technology, and we are excited to be bringing this experience to Melbourne consumers," Yang stated,

As well as enjoying the new store and experiences, Melbourne shoppers can take advantage of Huawei's end-of-financial-year offers with discounts and offers across a range of wearables, audio, and PCs from now through to 20 July 2022.

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