We have the latest warning from Google and it is not good for Huawei smartphone users. Google believes that the Chinese company can not provide the level of security it has for the Android OS. A Huawei-modified version of Android OS would be more susceptible to being hacked, according to FT.
According to the report, Google thinks Huawei’s OS will have more bugs in it than the Google one. There will be more risk of being hacked.
“Google has been arguing that by stopping it from dealing with Huawei, the US risks creating two kinds of Android operating system: the genuine version and a hybrid one. The hybrid one is likely to have more bugs in it than the Google one, and so could put Huawei phones more at risk of being hacked, not least by China.” FT reported.
Huawei is a big company and it has millions of users globally. Before making anything official it must confirm the security of the software or device.
After Apple, Samsung wants to follow Huawei for Satellite Communication feature
Huawei and its satellite communication feature are tremendously trending around the world. Apple has also used this feature in iPhone 14 series. And it looks like, it’s time for Samsung to copy Huawei regarding satellite communication features.
Huawei technologies have always been a surprise to the world. Whether it is a new imaging system or design-oriented features, the company has served users with some awesome and eye-catching gadgets and attributes.
If we talk about the recent edition, the Chinese manufacturer has initiated a satellite communication feature with Mate 50 series. Following the lead, Apple also jumped on the ground and brought the respective part in its latest release (iPhone 14).
Ultimately, the two giant tech makers made the satellite subject quite popular in the market. And as a famous tech player, Samsung doesn’t want to remain behind in this race and is also planning to follow the same satellite communication path as Huawei.
Samsung – A new member in satellite connectivity!
According to the newest information, the Korean company might introduce satellite connectivity functions to its high-profile Galaxy smartphones. Though Samsung is just planning for the moment, we can’t say how much time it will take to bring the feature to the surface.
On the other hand, the information also suggests that Samsung could turn its face to another satellite connectivity provider rather than Globalstar. Since Apple has already shaken its hands with Globalstar for receiving 85% of its current and future network capacity. Hence, it doesn’t seem like there is any space left for Samsung.
Yet, other satellite connectivity providers could help Samsung in this aspect. As per the reports, the company can take help from Starlink services to implement the satellite features on its handset products. But confirmation from the company side still awaits.
Speaking of the satellite communication feature, Apple has such techniques that can send a short SOS message in just 15 seconds. However, the condition is that the function is only applicable under a clear sky. Otherwise, it can take more than minutes. Overall, we can say that Huawei scored much better in this subject than others.
(source – Phonearena)
Satellite Communication for Huawei Mate 50 series starts testing
Are you looking to purchase the Huawei Mate 50 smartphone? If yes, then here is a piece of great news for you. The company has opened the public beta recruitment of satellite communication for the dynamic Huawei Mate 50 series.
In the huge family of Huawei smartphones, the Mate 50 models are the first one that exhibits satellite-oriented features. To bring these features to the doorsteps of Mate 50 users, Huawei has opened the public beta recruitment of satellite communication.
Recently, Huawei shared a post on its official Weibo channel. On diving into the depths, we found that the post carries information regarding the satellite communication public beta. Besides, it also escorts a video describing the steps for the signup process.
The post reads that the Beidou Satellite feature will be recruiting public testing and verification from September 21st. Users of the Huawei Mate 50 series can apply by using the My Huawei app.
How to signup for the satellite communication public beta?
To access this feature on your Mate 50 smartphone, open the My Huawei app. Select the Beidou Public test section on the application’s homepage. Now tap on the Sign-up button and fill up all the mandatory details. Once done, click on submit option.
To send and utilize satellite messages, users will require the Changlian app. Open the application and select the Beidou satellite message service number. Next, click on the New Message tab, and select the recipient where you want to send it.
Another significant piece of information is that you can experience 30 free messages every month. Moreover, the new 30 messages balance will reset at 24:00 on the last day of every month. So don’t miss this opportunity and enroll yourself in this beneficial public beta.
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Open-Source Technology will play vital role in future: Huawei
Huawei is hyping up its efforts to meet the new digital technology era. In doing so, the company is introducing several solutions that can help every operator to indulge in this beneficial procedure. Apart from these solutions, Huawei also believes that Open-Source Technology will play a worthwhile role in a sustainable future.
The Chinese manufacturer recently appeared at the Open Source Summit Europe event. At this event, the chief strategy officer of Huawei – Bryan Che said the following statement about the usage and advantages of Open-Source Technology:
“Open-Source Technology can play an important role in tackling the climate emergency by offering greater opportunities for collaboration and shared learning on key issues. We need the creativity and applications of open-source technology to solve big issues.” said Che
Bryan Che also assured us that open-source research can be a real change in the world of cloud operations, services, and devices. Consequently, the respective tech facilities will bring new advancements in the fields of global sustainability.
Open-Source and Sustainability
So far, Huawei is serving in the open-source project since 2010. The company has also donated its efforts to Gitee which is the largest open-source software repository in China. To date, the Chinese manufacturer is the 10th largest contributor to GitHub.
Another indicative project to which Huawei has contributed is OpenHarmony. The company has granted the code of the open-source operating system to the OpenAtom Foundation of China.
Till now, the company has made its presence in numerous collaborative projects to enhance open-source security. Even at present, the Chinese tech maker is focusing on some new techniques that aim to bring some crucial modifications to the security practices around the open-source community.
Huawei believes that Open-Source solutions will help in bridging the gap between the global economy. Besides, this solution will mainly focus on sustainable growth. Hence, every individual will remain at an advantage with this technology.