Here’s everything about old Huawei phone memory upgrade plan
Recently, Huawei launched the Huawei smartphone memory upgrade plan for the older device in order to resolve the memory management on low-memory devices. This plan offers three storage options of 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB covering almost years old devices such as Mate 9 and P10 with the Krinn 960 SoC.
The main purpose of the company behind this hardware upgrade plan is to grant a little longer life to these devices and let the user cherished their moments with the phones for a long time. The devices not only upgrade their storage capacity but also prepares smartphones for HarmonyOS upgrade.
Coming to the memory upgrade plan, it’ll cover both Huawei and Honor devices with an upgrade cycle of 10 – 15 days. Besides, Huawei also providing the Huawei Mate 30 smartphone as a backup device to keep their data safe. The series which are decided for this hardware upgrade plan are mentioned below with their corresponding replacement campaign.
- Huawei Mate and P Series – from July 2021
- Huawei Nova and Enjoy Series – from August to September 2021
- Honor Smartphones – from October to December 2021
By the spring, devices selected from these series can enjoy the memory upgrade by walking in the offline stores, where the company staff can provide them needed help. Furthermore, users can also consider the suggestions from the mini-program repaired service app. (Check Full Device List Here)
However, one thing to note that the upgrade plan is currently only available in China and may expand for global users but it’s not confirmed at the moment.
Check more information below.
Memory Upgrade Cost:
Users can upgrade three device capacities including 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB at the discounted price that is charged on the basis of storage after the upgrade. Among all the memory options the 256GB seems to fit for all kinds of usage and is suitable for hardware compatibility as well. Below you can check the cost for memory upgrade-
- Starting with 369 Yuan for 128GB of memory
- Starting with 529 Yuan for 256GB of memory
- Starting with 999 Yuan for 512GB of memory
Below you can check the detailed pricing of each model along with their memory variants.
Somehow this campaign will prove to be a great help in the establishment of the HarmonyOS as it only relies on the company smartphone for the moment. Besides, Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group has announced that HarmonyOS has been installed on over 40 million devices showing the steady development of the operating system.
However, the smartphone chip shortage is still a problem in the smartphone industry and with Huawei’s current situation it only gets worst. The rise in the self-sufficient semiconductor chain is the only hope for the company to shine again.
(Source – MyDrivers)
Huawei Mate X3 is super thin: Huawei CEO
There are just a few days before the launch of the Huawei Mate X3 and the CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group promoted this upcoming flagship’s weight and thickness and called it a super thin device.
In an exclusive interview published via the Huawei Weibo account, Huawei Mobile CEO told that the new folding phone Mate X3 has achieved both in terms of body thickness and body weight, which is close to the level of an eatable bar.
In addition, the smartphone has an optimized screen, including the reliability of the hinge and drop resistance. Also, Huawei has made these changes without sacrificing the performance of this device.
Huawei is promoting this upcoming foldable device as a big change in the mobile industry. The company last released Mate X2 two years ago and now Huawei is ready to bring a new addition.
A past leak reveals that Huawei Mate X3 will come with a 7.85-inch main foldable display. On the other hand, the phone will help users to operate with a 6.45-inch cover screen once closed.
The Mate X3 is equipped with an 8-inch foldable screen with 16.7 million colors, an OLED flexible panel, a 90Hz refresh rate, a 180 Hz touch sampling rate, and a screen resolution of 2480 x 2200 pixels.
The display is sliced in Mate X3, which could lead to a slim design and support the phone’s lightweight feature. You can read more about the Huawei Mate X3 in the article linked below.
Huawei Mate X3 will bring 7.85 inch main display, smaller than Mate X2
Huawei P60 Series 5G case gets certified
Huawei P60 series will launch on March 23 and it will only bring 4G but there could come with a new 5G case. This addition recently got certified by China Compulsory Certification (3C).
3C certified a new SOYEA Technology device with model SY108-698. The company for this device is well known for its 5G case designed for the Huawei P50 and Mate 50 series. And SY108-698 is likely to be the case for the upcoming Huawei P60 series.
However, we need to know more information about this case, as there are no confirmations available about its launch. Still, we can wait as the Huawei P60 series will require a 5G case in order to provide a 5G experience.
Until then, let’s check the details of the Huawei P50 and Mate 50 Series 5G case.
This 5G case product equips an eSIM chip. Besides, it also consists of a 5G modem and some advanced functions that change a 4G device into 5G.
It weighs 52 grams with a large surface thickness of 3.2mm. Alongside, it has gained a simple and elegant light gray and black color over the leather material.
Users who want to use a 5G phone case need to select the main SIM card first. Then enable the eSIM facility with the main card support. Thereafter, follow the on-screen instructions pop-up by the cover to get 5G network access.
Netizens having fun with Huawei P60 camera design
Yesterday, Huawei officially revealed the Huawei P60 series camera design and netizens are having good fun around with lots of creative work and comparison.
According to the image, the Huawei P60 series comes with a rectangular shape main camera. It has triple lenses placed vertically and the middle one rests inside a large ring shape. This new design resembles the combination of the P50 and P40 series.
Coming back to the fun stuff, the Huawei P60 series camera arrangement is now being compared to a Koala with a matching facial structure. Some even compared the camera with a polar bear. While others changed the arrangement from vertical to horizontal.
Other than that, we also saw creative work over the upcoming Huawei FreeBuds 5 alongside beans and nuts. This is a fun way to welcome the change Huawei made in the earbuds as well as their appearance.
These are pretty interesting content and the tech community, as well as consumers, come forward to have a good time together.
Huawei P60 series will launch on March 23, and there will be new technologies heading our way along with many other products. We are super hyped for the devices.
Check out the article linked below for more details.