Huawei is reviewing its relationship with FedEx, the US package delivery service that’s available worldwide, due to the claim that FedEx has delivered two of its important in wrong addresses.
According to Reuters, Huawei on Friday said that FedEx diverted two packages sent from Japan and addressed to Huawei in China to the US, and attempted to divert two more packages sent from Vietnam to Huawei offices elsewhere in Asia, all without authorization.
As a proof, Huawei also sent images of FedEx tracking records to Reuters. Although, the documents cannot be verified due to FedEx’s customer information disclosure policy.
Huawei said the four packages only contained documents and there was no technology.
The two packages sent on May 19 and May 20 from Tokyo, intended for Huawei in China, ended up in Memphis, Tennessee, the headquarters of the U.S. company, by May 23, according to images of FedEx tracking records shown to Reuters by Huawei.
The two packages originating from Hanoi on May 17, destined for Huawei’s Hong Kong and Singapore offices, were held up after arriving in local FedEx stations in Hong Kong and Singapore on May 21 for “delivery exception,” according to other images Huawei showed Reuters.
“The recent experiences where important commercial documents sent via FedEx were not delivered to their destination, and instead were either diverted to or were requested to be diverted to, FedEx in the United States, undermines our confidence,” Joe Kelly, Huawei spokesman.
“We will now have to review our logistics and document delivery support requirements as a direct result of these incidents,” he added.
In response, FedEx said they’ve not interacted with such activity to divert any packages.
FedEx spokeswoman Maury Donahue told Reuters “the packages were “misrouted in error” and that FedEx was not requested to divert them by any other party.”
“This is an isolated issue limited to a very small number of packages,” said FedEx, referring to the four parcels affected. “We are aware of all shipments at issue and are working directly with our customers to return the packages to their possession.”
The company said it has lodged a formal complaint with China’s postal regulator, which it said is investigating the incident.
US banned new equipments made by Huawei
It’s been a long time since the US administration is making accusations against Huawei and banned it as a national security threat. But there’s a new addition to this story.
According to Reuters, US federal communication on Friday said to adopt final rules and banned the sale or import of new equipment made by Huawei citing “an unacceptable risk” to U.S national security.
Other than Huawei, the US fed accused and stopped sales from China’s surveillance equipment maker Dahua Tech, Hikvision, and telecom firm Hytera communication.
FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel said these rules are an important part of the US’s ongoing actions to protect the American people from national security threats involving telecommunications. However, Jessica didn’t cite any evidence of espionage.
So far, Huawei has not commented on this decision but the company has been continuously denying posing a security risk to the U.S.
FCC proposed such a ban on equipment and devices in a list of companies proposed last year. However, it’s derived from Entity List.
In 2019, the former U.S. president, Donald Trump announced the Entity List. It targets tech giants such as Huawei from getting key U.S. technologies to build new products such as smartphones or network equipment.
In the following year, FCC designated Huawei as a national security threat alongside ZTE. The US ordered to the removal of Huawei from the country’s network infrastructure. On the hand, the commission has passed a bill to provide 1.8 billion USD in assistance for service providers to remove Huawei-made gears.
Still, U.S. carriers need more funds than the actual one that was announced by the FCC. The subsidy will only cover around 20-40% of the equipment, while they’ll have to pay the rest of the price from their own funds.
The new ban on Huawei and other Chinese companies may create some headlines for the U.S. in the name of national security. Yet, the US is not showing any evidence of how Huawei poses national security.
Download Huawei Petal Search app (188.8.131.521)
Petal Search is an amazing app and it continues to fill shoes as an all-in-one app compared to the Google app. Here we are completing a rundown of Huawei Petal Search features and how you can download the latest version 184.108.40.2061.
The story of Petal Search started as a search engine but Huawei quickly added a lot of new features to this all in one mobile app. Beginning with the home screen, the app brings you a search bar with the ability to search via text input, voice, and image.
You have some categories for quick searches such as Top Apps, News, Sports, and Trending. That’s not it, the home page will offer you the latest news feed from different publications.
Once you tap on the nearby tab, there’s a whole lot you can see in there ready for you to explore. Yeah, this page is dedicated to services related to nearby places. These include top eating destinations, accommodations, shopping, beauty & salon, Toys & games, finance, transport, education, and health care.
Furthermore, you can search nearby places related to these categories via text or voice queries.
Petal Search makes it easy for you to search for what you want with features such as the camera. Yes, there’s a camera feature that will let you visually search on any on-view object for shopping, identity, translation, or bar code.
Petal Search is exceeding some bars, isn’t it?
Aside from these amazing accessibilities in a single app, Petal Search gets you an inbuilt shop. Yeah, the app also lets you shop for your favorite items and there’s a featured section that will tell you about the top offers on products.
Huawei is sending a new 220.127.116.111 app update for the Petal Search app that comes with landscape view support for mobile and tablet user interface. It also has new customization options for the homepage.
Furthermore, the Petal Search 18.104.22.1681 brings you optimizations as well as a multi-feature button called – On-Screen Lens.
Below you can download the latest version.
- Download Huawei Petal Search 22.214.171.1241 (Link)
Huawei Nova 20 and Nova 20 Pro chipset info leaked
Huawei Nova series will soon deliver its next device, Nova 20 and there are some inputs about its chipset already on the horizon. Yes, it’s exciting to know that Huawei has started preparing for new Nova smartphones.
A Weibo tipster suggests that Huawei Nova 20 and Nova 20 Pro will come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 and Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset respectively. The mobile processor for Pro model will be a low-frequency version. On the other hand, the tipster has not mentioned any other important specs of smartphones.
In comparison, Huawei Nova 10 and Nova 10 Pro brought Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G octa-core chip. It uses 4 × Cortex-A78 at 2.4 GHz + 4 × Cortex-A55 at 1.8 GHz architecture.
Upgrading the chipset in Huawei Nova 20 series will be a big sign of development for the consumers as well as performance. Currently, we don’t have any information on the specifications of these devices but we can look into Nova 10 series:
Huawei Nova 10 and Nova 10 Pro:
Huawei Nova 10 brings features a 6.67-inch and Nova 10 Pro with 6.78-inch OLED. The screen has a curved edge with a pill and center hole punch design.
Both of these models share the same rear camera system including 50 MP Ultra Vision Photography (f/1.9 aperture), 8 MP Ultra-Wide Marco Camera (f/2.2 aperture), and 2 MP Portrait Depth Camera (f/2.4 aperture).
The camera design is eye-catching and you will adore the aesthetics of that vertical ring camera design.
What’s interesting? The Huawei Nova 10 and Nova 10 Pro offers powerful selfie camera. It has a 60MP ultra-wide angle selfie camera (f/2.4 aperture) on the standard. While the Pro model brings an additional 8MP portrait close-up camera with 5X zoom-in capability.
These Nova 10 models pack big batteries that could recharge fast featuring 66W and a whopping 100W supercharge.
These are just some specs on paper but there is a lot these two smartphones could achieve in reality. That’s why we’re excited about the Huawei Nova 20 series and we’ll get to hear more as we move toward its launch.
(source – Weibo)