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HMS Core 6.0 launched with HarmonyOS support, new media, 3D modeling, and other kits



On July 15, Huawei launched HMS Core 6.0 on the official website of Huawei Developers Alliance. As promised, Huawei added a number of new open capabilities to application developers and upgrading existing features and services.

HMS Core 6.0 also opens a number of services including membership, video clips, audio clips, etc. At present, the HMS Core 6.0 APK built into the user’s device has been fully upgraded. Developers can log in to the official website of the Huawei Developer Alliance to download and use various services.

HMS Core:

Huawei Mobile Service is a set of Huawei’s software, hardware, and cloud open capabilities for Huawei’s partners and app developers to create unique. It aims to deliver the alternatives of GMS and libraries for HMS developers.

It has always been developer-centric, and constantly opens up Huawei’s core technologies and capabilities to more developers, providing consistent high-quality applications for cross-platform and cross-device applications experience.

HMS Core supports the development of applications and services including web applications, fast applications, Android, HarmonyOS, etc. Also, it supports calls on devices such as tablets, smart screens, smartwatches, and car machines. In addition, HMS Core provides a wealth of third-party development frameworks, such as React Native, Cordova, etc.

HMS Core 6.0:

HMS Core 6.0 further opens up Huawei’s advanced technologies in media applications, graphics rendering, and network acceleration.

In the media field, a new multimedia pipeline service (AV Pipeline Kit) has been added to help developers solve the pain points of difficult audio and video application development as well as high power consumption through audio and video development frameworks, video over-dividing, and sound event detection plug-ins.

The 3D modeling capability (3D Modeling Kit) is opened in the graphics field, which provides developers with AI-based object modeling and material production capabilities. Users only need ordinary RGB cameras, and 3D models can be efficiently generated through mobile phones.

Commercial and animation production apps instantly get interesting interactions. Currently, this capability supports the entire Android platform.

In addition, among the existing graphics computing services (CG Kit), the industry has realized the dynamic light and shadow fog effect “volume fog” based on volume rendering technology for the first time on the mobile device and helping mobile games improve the realism and expressiveness of indoor scenes. This feature has also been opened to all Android devices that support Vulkan.

In the field of communications where Huawei has an advantage, Network Kit has upgraded the AI ​​network environment prediction, which can optimize network parameters based on business network access rules and differentiated network requirements, reducing the network latency of applications by more than 20%.

Amy is our firmware and software specialist, she keeps her eagle eyes open for new software rollouts, beta programs, and other software related activities as well as new smartphone launch.