Huawei’s 5G foldable phone – the Huawei Mate X is finally launched and will be on sale starting next month in China, while its global launch has remained under consideration says a report.
In a statement to CNBC, a Huawei spokesperson said the company is still under discussion to come up with a launch date for the global market.
“Our strategy is based on carriers’ 5G roll out in different regions. So far, Huawei is making the Huawei Mate X available in the China market from November 15th. A global launch plan is under review,” the spokesperson said.
This smartphone sports a foldable OLED display that measures 8-inches while unfolded and during the fold, the display parts 6.6 inches for the front side, 6.38 inches for the backside.
Huawei Mate X in China priced at 16,999 CNY (2400 USD, 2160 EUR) and will be available on sale starting November 15th at 10:08 China time. Huawei will also launch Huawei Mate Xs with Kirin 990 in March 2020.
Huawei User Health Control Technology for gamers can detect health status
Huawei has published a lot of new and innovative patents but the latest one could automatically detect the user health status of gamers and it’s quite interesting to be called “User Health Control Technology”.
According to the patent information, Huawei has published a new patent with the Chinese intellectual property office that is named “User Health Management and Control Method and Electronic Equipment”, with the publication number CN113764095A.
The patent description reveals that Huawei has a procedure to control the health of gamers and electronic devices.
The gamers’ health management and control system is applied to an electronic device, the electronic device is provided with an ECG signal acquisition module.
The Huawei health management and control process includes – collecting a first ECG signal, based on the first ECG signal to identify the player to log in Identity, if the identity authentication is passed, log in to the game.
Collect the second electrocardiogram signal of the current game play. Identify the identity of the current game player in real-time according to the second electrocardiogram signal and control the game duration of the current game play. The method adopted by Huawei’s patent can effectively control the health of gamers.
(Via – ithome)
Cloud XR services requires over 10ms and 4Gbps downlink for immersive experience: Huawei Chairman
At the 2021 China Unicom Partner Conference, Hu Huukon, Huawei‘s rotating chairman delivered a keynote speech, saying that network connectivity works as the foundation of digital infrastructure and is the foundation for development and innovation of the digital economy.
Hu Houkun pointed out that the first thing to do is to provide faster connections. The user’s pursuit of experience is endless, which places higher demands on the network. The Huawei chairman took the Cloud XR service as an example. To achieve an immersive experience, a delay of no more than 10ms and a downlink rate of no less than 4Gbps are required.
The previous report reveals that the connection should expand the scope of the connection object. According to the forecast of Huawei’s Global Industry Outlook report, by 2030, the total number of global connections will exceed 200 billion.
Hu Houkun also said that the connection should be smarter, safer, and more reliable, and should take a low-carbon balanced development path.
(Source – ithome)
Huawei Hubble is now shareholder in Suzhou Jingtuo semiconductor firm
Huawei Hubble is fully focused on making investments in the semiconductor industry and continuously expanding its stakes. According to the latest information, Huawei Hubble has bought shares in various China-based semiconductor firms including Suzhou Jingtuo.
As per the China Intellectual Property database, Suzhou Jingtuo Semiconductor Technology’s capital has increased by 25% accounted for 1.25 million yuan. Now, its registered capital is 6.25 million.
More interestingly, Huawei Hubble is now one of the shareholders in Suzhou Jingtuo. It is a kind of limited partnership. Furthermore, Huawei Hubble also invested in photoresist company Xuzhou Bokang and technology and Qingdao Tianren Micronano.
About Suzhou Jingtuo:
Suzhou Jingtuo firm was founded in August 2020 and the legal representative is Ai Fanfan. Its business field includes manufacturing of special equipment for semiconductor devices, sales of special equipment for semiconductor devices, photovoltaic equipment and components manufacturing, software development, technology development, and more.
For investment, Huawei has built an independent and controllable supply chain in the semiconductor market with its Shenzhen-based Hubble Technology. This subsidiary is fully focused on making investments in the semiconductor industry, including IC design, electronic design automation (EDA), and so on virtually covering every part of this market.