Fake Huawei Mobile Gimbal seller fined with 7,46,592 USD
Recently, a mobile accessory seller has been fined 5 million yuan (7,46,592 USD) fine for selling a mobile gimbal with unauthorized Huawei materials including logo, and fake trademark-related information.
According to the information, the gimbal seller took this step to boost sales and added Huawei to the name of the product, while showing fake certified seller channel certification. With the help of genuine Huawei consumers, Huawei took a notice of this situation and filed a lawsuit against the fake gimble seller.
In support, Court has also acknowledged that the seller was violating Huawei’s right and found that it was a direct infringement of Huawei’s trademark under the law. Therefore, the court has ordered and fined the seller 5 million yuan (7,46,592 USD) in punitive damages.
The final calculation of the punitive damages payable by the fake seller company was more than 6.2 million yuan. Since this amount has exceeded Huawei’s claim, the court fully supports Huawei’s claim of 5 million yuan.
What’s a Gimble?
A gimbal is pivoting support that allows you to rotate an object along a single axis. A common 3-axis gimbal allows a camera mounted on it to be independent of the movement of the one holding the gimbal. These 3 axes are identified as pitch, yaw, and roll.
The pitch axis (i.e., tilt) refers to the up and down movement of a subject. A good example of when to work with the tilt is when you’re trying to capture objects falling down, or a subject coming down the stairs.
The yaw axis (i.e., pan) refers to left to right movement and can be used to capture objects moving horizontally. And the roll axis (i.e., dutch angle) allows for capturing objects with off-center or unleveled angles.
These 3 axis gimbals ensure that a camera’s motion is stabilized regardless of the movement, which is why they’re great for videographers.
Huawei Mate 50 series may not upgrade to second-gen satellite communication
Huawei first launched satellite communication technology with the Huawei Mate 50 series and the company may not upgrade this phone to second-gen satellite features.
Huawei CBG COO, He Gang gave us the answer that the eligibility to upgrade over second generation satellite is related to the phone’s performance. He may be talking about the hardware as the new devices equip better antennas.
He further added that the company has no current plans to upgrade Huawei Mate 50 and Mate Xs 2 to second-gen satellite communication. However, there is more reason that he mentioned in this matter.
Now the Beidou satellite communication is in the public testing stage, about 30 free sending and receiving are provided every month, and many friends are wondering how long this policy will last. If commercial, what is the approximate price?
He gange said that Huawei is not an operator and cannot operate this satellite communication business. The current state of technology is in the stage of crowd-testing.
This includes testing with multiple organizations and providing such a free service to everyone in the way of crowd testing.
As for the commercial price, how to operate in the future will still be only decided by the operators and not by Huawei. The Huawei COO emphasized that Huawei is actively participating to cultivate a better tech industry and crowd-testing technologies. This will lead to the better of future organizations and achieve technological breakthroughs.
Huawei P60 series, Mate X3, and Watch Ultimate are equipped with second-generation satellite communication. This allows the users to send and receive an emergency SMS via satellite without a mobile network. However, the first-gen tech only allows one-way SMS.
Huawei P60 series and Mate X3 frame is made by BYD
Huawei P60 and Mate X3 are packed with top-notch hardware specs and it’s revealed that China’s BYD electronics made key components of these flagship phones including the frame and the rear cover.
According to the information, BYD electronics has been confirmed to make the lightweight and stylish frame for the Huawei P60 series and Mate X3 foldable phone.
Specifically, BYD made some extra efforts for the Huawei Mate X3, the company has come up with the slimmest and lightest frame, which sets a new record for weight reduction in any foldable smartphone.
Notably, BYD uses aviation-grade wing aluminum to create a light and thin foldable frame in the industry. The entire thickness of the middle frame is only 0.3mm.
On the other hand, the weight of two middle frame parts only weighs 38 grams, which is equivalent to the ordinary smartphone frame. However, the contribution of this component is crucial in reducing the weight of the entire smartphone.
Furthermore, BYD has continuously tested the hinge with the frame to ensure its stability and reliability with the waterproof ratings.
Looking at the design, BYD brought up the new fingerprint-proof rear panel, which comprises both a glass and frost feeling. The new design reflects an Ambilight effect from multiple angles when it comes in the contact with light.
To create such a design, the BYD Electronics development team formulated a verification plan for product characteristics. It uses the evaporation coating solution to successfully achieve color and performance.
BYD Electronic Company Limited is a Chinese company manufacturing handset components and assembling mobile phones for its customers. The company has also designed equipment for previous flagship devices such as Huawei Mate 50 and P50 Pro.
Huawei P60 Art is pricy? Huawei said customers are buying it fast
Huawei P60 series comes in three versions – P60, P60 Pro, and P60 Art. The last version is quite pricy and stands at 8988 yuan (1300+ USD). On that, Huawei said customers are buying the Huawei P60 Art pretty fast.
He Gang, COO of Huawei Consumer Business said that Huawei P60 Art is designed for certain types of customers and it’s already sold out during pre-sale. This shows that there are people waiting for such design innovation and grabbing it in the first place.
He Gang also said in terms of pricing, there’s no difference. The only thing that matters, is whether the customers will find it according to their preferences. This is why the P60, P60 Pro, and P60 Art are released. These are separate devices with different designs and specifications. The COO further emphasized that people can find their suitable selection and buy it right away.
Huawei P60 Art:
Compared to the standard and Pro models, the Huawei P60 Art has a unique look. The phone is designed by the Huawei Paris Institute of Aesthetics. Meanwhile, the rear camera shape is inspired by an island.
Therefore, the appearance is unmatching by the other two models. Meanwhile, the blue color options and the light reflection make it feel like an island floating on the sea.
Hence, the entire Huawei P60 Art brings a new user experience that falls under a separate customer category. He said that some consumers will like it, and others may not and this is totally fine with us.
Looking at the specifications, Huawei P60 Art equips a triple camera system of a 48MP main camera with variable aperture and XMAGE technologies. The ultra-wide angle is using a 40MP sensor to take accurate photographs. The phone has a large 5100mAh battery that you can recharge with an 88W super fast charger.