Huawei is already testing the HMS Core framework and HMS core applications in China to replace Google Mobile Services (GMS) apps. And very soon, the HMS Core app will also be installed on your smartphone by replacing Huawei Mobile Services.
As early beta testers, we got to test the new HMS Core framework (application). After installing the application, we found that the HMS Core has replaced the existing Huawei Mobile Services app.
After some research, we found that the name of the app and icon are modified, and the original “Huawei Mobile Services” is renamed to “HMS Core”. However, in the background, it’s still working as Huawei Mobile Services, which may be a reason that the company doesn’t want to reveal too much about it to the beta testers.
According to the information, the Huawei Mobile Services app package on AppGallery will also be replaced with “HMS Core”. This is due to the new features that Huawei has introduced in the HMS Core version 4.0.
Reported previously, the new HMS Core can work alongside Google Mobile Services, which means older devices with GMS can also access new HMS suite but there’s no official confirmation on this matter available.
For Developers, HMS Core is a collection of open capabilities of Huawei mobile services, helps developers to build high-quality apps efficiently.
Currently, HMS Core Kit grants developers access to 24 HMS Core kits, 55 services, and 997 APIs. Including services such as In-app purchases (IAP), Account Login and Game services, Push notifications, Analytics, Monetization, Maps, Location and more.
Huawei CLOUD Workspace brings new 69.9 yuan/month discount
Huawei has launched a limited-time promotion and, the 4-core 8G enterprise version of the Huawei CLOUD Workspace only costs 69.9 yuan per month. This offer helps enterprises to resolve the problem of collaborative office work on the cloud at a lower cost, start work efficiently, and start a new journey.
Huawei CLOUD Workspace can quickly install the desktop environment, quickly upgrade low-end devices, collaborate with remote teams, and comprehensively protect data security. It is becoming the product of choice for more and more enterprises to work on the cloud.
In terms of deployment and operation and maintenance, the CLOUD Workspace can quickly build a desktop office environment in minutes without investing a lot of money and time. These are some basic requirements for rapid deployment and efficient O&M.
For enterprises, this CLOUD Workspace can also avoid a large amount of investment in hardware equipment. With the help of the cloud, even older computer equipment with low configuration can be easily used, adapting the “upgrade” of the office experience.
Simultaneously, Huawei CLOUD Workspace supports multiple platform access, such as desktop computers, notebooks, smartphones, tablets, and more.
Employees can directly access the office space with one click anytime, anywhere by harnessing decentralized sharing and efficient collaboration of office files. To aim office security issues, Huawei Cloud Workspace uses multiple security protection mechanisms on the cloud pipe end and comprehensive security policy control to avoid security risks such as corporate data leakage, loss, and theft.
Starting from February 6, new users can enjoy exclusive discounts when placing an order for Huawei Cloud Workspace, and the monthly subscription for the 4-core 8G Enterprise Edition is only 69.9 yuan/month.
For enterprise users who want to achieve efficient and secure collaborative offices on the cloud through the cloud desktop, this is a rare opportunity not to be missed.
Not only is there a free version for download and use, but also a limited-time special package for only 2,999 yuan, including a smart conference room.
Huawei P60 and Mate X3 goes in production: Supply Chain
According to the Chinese supply chain news, Huawei has already started production of the P60 series and Mate X3 smartphones. These two phones are expected to unveil in the first half of this year.
However, that’s all there’s to reveal at the moment and no other predictions or inputs have been received so far on the specs of either of these devices.
Recently, the U.S. made a new move to ban Huawei’s business with all of those companies that are allowed to do business under special licenses. These companies include chipset maker, Qualcomm, which provides 4G mobile chips to Huawei, and Intel, which sells computer processors for its notebooks and PCs.
Afterward, there are speculations that Huawei could make changes in its plan to launch dual flagship this year due to the new restrictions. These two flagships are Huawei P60 and Mate 60 devices.
But Huawei has already stocked new inventory before this order could come into effect and that’s where it can launch the P60 series in good quantity. Meanwhile, the tech makes some swift changes in the Mate 60 lineup but we are yet to come in contact with those inputs.
What are these two phones:
Huawei P60 series is reported to come in four versions – P60, P60 Pro, P60 Ultra, and P60E. These will have powerful camera specs powered by XMAGE and variable aperture technologies.
It’s further revealed that Huawei Mate X3 will follow the foldable design concept of Mate X2 but with a light design and compact body form. These phones will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ chipset and the P60 series could be the first to run HarmonyOS 3.1 operating system.
(via – Mydrivers)
Huawei opens new store in Saudi Arabia
On January 31, 2023, Huawei opened its new store at Jeddah Park in Saudi Arabia, as this counts as the second Experience store in the country with an opportunity for customers to get their favorite Huawei device.
Last year, Huawei launched its largest overseas flagship store in Saudi Arabia’s Riyadh, which expands over 2000 square meters with a minimalist design and provides a full-scenario experience to consumers.
Compared to that, the new Huawei store is expanding to 600 square meters and offers customers the to experience various technologies. These include devices such as smartphones, tablets, notebooks, wearables, and more.
According to the information, Huawei is also running offers and massive discounts for people who’ll visit the store from January 31 to February 4th, 2023.
Eric Yang, chairman and CEO of Huawei Tech Investment Saudi Arabia, said the new store in Jeddah reflects Huawei’s willingness to expand its business in the kingdom as well as its continued commitment to this strategic market.