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Huawei 2021 revenue fall by 28.9 percent on year to RMB 634 billion

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A report from Chinese media reveals that Huawei 2021 revenue fell 28.9 percent year on year to 634 billion yuan, in the fourth quarter of this year. The recent in total saw a decline of 19 percent to 178.2 billion in the quarter.

The 2021 Huawei revenue figure reflects current losses due to the U.S. sanctions and issues that have been generated by the important curbs. Therefore, the company cannot generate new products and sell them in the market.

To mark this occasion, Huawei’s Rotating Chairman, Guo Ping has released the 2022 New year Speech. In which, the head of the company estimates that sales revenue in 2921 will be approximately 634 billion yuan. Among all of the businesses, the telecom business remains strong, and cooperate business is growing well, meanwhile, the device business is making new efforts to find growth sources in the industry.

“We will not change our ideals and pursuits due to changes in the external environment. Exploring the future is the greatest social responsibility of technology companies. Engineering bottleneck.” said Guo.

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Guo further enhanced his tone and try to pump up new energy in the employees with his speech.

Below you can check his full speech (translated from Chinese) on the 2021 Huawei revenue

In 2021, we have withstood the severe test, strive to create value for customers and society, and improve the quality and efficiency of operation. It is estimated that the annual sales revenue will be approximately RMB 634 billion.

Among them, the operator’s business performance is stable, the corporate business is growing healthily, and the terminal business is rapidly developing new industries. Our cooperation with customers and partners continues to deepen, our global business is operating normally, and various reform measures and strategic investments are proceeding in an orderly manner. The company’s overall operating conditions are in line with expectations.

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In the past year, global employees have overcome challenges, spared no effort to ensure the supply of equipment and the safe operation of the network, and fulfilled their promises to customers. Kuwait has a high temperature of 50 degrees in summer and cannot be delivered during the day.

Huawei people often work at the station at 4 a.m. when the Philippine epidemic is cut off, we charter flights to areas where delivery is difficult, and cross the island by various means of transportation such as small steamers and crab boats.

Install equipment during the Tokyo Olympics, engineers carried more than ten kilograms of equipment on foot to repeatedly test and ensure communications. Stick to the front-line team in Malawi, a country of “mosquito tornado”, to help customers solve business difficulties and obtain high recognition.

Rescued Henan Huawei employees have worked hard to implement the company’s vision and mission with their own actions, such as flooding, going deep into coal mine ports, breaking the limits of algorithms, and ensuring business continuity.

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The sharper the beat on the flint, the brighter the light it emits. Here, on behalf of the company’s board of directors, I would like to extend my high regards to all those who have worked hard and contributors, and express my heartfelt gratitude to all customers, governments, business partners, and consumers who trust and support Huawei, and to those who silently support Huawei. Salute to the employees’ family members!

Looking to the future, the digital economy has become the main engine of global economic growth, and green and low-carbon has become a new driving force for sustainable development.

The integration of industry digitization and green will bring huge development opportunities to the information processing and communication industries; at the same time, The external environment continues to be turbulent, and the ICT industry is facing challenges such as technological politicization and globalization. We must maintain strategic determination and rationally respond to external force majeure.

We will not change our ideals and pursuits because of changes in the external environment. Exploring the future is the biggest social responsibility of science and technology companies. We must strive to explore the endless frontiers of science and technology, open cooperation with the world, and break through basic theoretical limits and engineering bottlenecks.

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We are also committed to applying ICT technology to thousands of industries through digitalization and intelligence. Upgrading and green energy saving and emission reduction create incremental value for all walks of life so that everyone can benefit from technological progress.

Strategically, Huawei insists on focusing on ICT infrastructure and smart terminals. While maintaining the advantages of a large platform, through pilot operations of industrial subsidiaries and legions, it shortens the management chain, quickly meets customer needs and creates commercial and social value. Within the company, the Legion represents the industry to find suitable technologies.

For customers, the Legion represents Huawei and partners to find solutions to problems. Bring the simplicity to the customer, and leave the complexity to yourself.

In 2022, we are still facing a series of challenges. We will work closely with our global partners and make unremitting efforts to overcome the difficulties together. In the new year, we must produce more food, strengthen our foundation, continue to invest in the future, and “survive and survive with quality” by creating value for customers and partners.

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Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.

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Samsung and Huawei signed technology license agreement

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Alongside Oppo, do you know that Huawei has also signed an agreement for sharing key technology patents with Samsung? Yes, Huawei partnered with 20 companies around the globe, this includes smartphone makers, smart cars, network equipment makers, and others.

Talking specifically, Samsung is the biggest licensee among the foreign players that signed an agreement with Huawei for cross-license patent sharing. Under this agreement, Samsung could use Huawei’s patent for its own devices.

Probably, Samsung could pay Huawei per device. However, there are no further details are available on the specifics of the contract between these two tech giants.

Oppo:

Earlier this day, Huawei officially confirmed a cross-licensing global technology patent with Chinese phone maker, Oppo.  This partnership will allow Oppo to access Huawei’s wireless network, WiFi, audio and video encoders, and 5G patents.

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Cross-Licensing:

In patent law, a cross-licensing agreement is an agreement according to which two or more parties grant a license to each other for the exploitation of the subject matter claimed in one or more of the patents each owns.

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Huawei has been one of the biggest patent holders of 5G technologies in the world and continues ramping up investment for research and development on new network technologies.

Huawei patents are widely recognized, especially in mainstream standards such as cellular, Wi-Fi, and audio/video codecs.

In June this year, Huawei announced its annual patent applications in the U.S. totals around 4000, with an average of 3000 new ones granted. In 2021, Huawei ranked fifth in terms of new patents granted, adding up to a total of 20000 patents in the United States.

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During the same timeline, the number of Huawei’s patent applications in China has been on the rise for seven years, exceeding 10,000 in 2020 and hitting nearly 12,000 in 2021.

Huawei’s licensees cover many areas, including smartphones, connected cars, networking, IoT, and smart homes. In the past five years, more than 2 billion smartphones have obtained Huawei’s 4G/5G patent licenses. And for cars, about 8 million connected vehicles are licensed with Huawei patents each year.

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(source – nikkeiasia)

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Huawei Smart Scale 3 Bluetooth version launched, measure as light as 100g

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Huawei Smart Scales are amazing and today, the company launched the Bluetooth version of the Smart Scale 3 weight measurement device. And it can measure objects as light as 100g.

According to the information, Huawei Smart Scale 3 brings a large rounded cornered glass surface on top. It Weighs around 1.3kg and has a 3.5mm short-scale foot design.

Huawei Smart Scale 3 Bluetooth version is benchmarked against the gold standard dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry method – DEXA.

The correlation of the measurement results of fat mass is greater than 0.922. The closer the numerical correlation is to 1, the more accurate the detection results.

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Huawei Smart Scale 3 Bluetooh Version

On the other hand, the Scale can accurately measure 13 important human body composition data based on massive data and AI technology, and detailed measurement results can be viewed from the Huawei Health mobile app.

Huawei Health app has over 200 training courses, including fat loss, muscle gain, diet and training, and more. The changes in body index data have historical records.

Huawei Smart Scale 3 Bluetooh Version

Huawei Smart Scale 3 Bluetooth supports the weighing of small objects that could be as light as 100g. Pets, fruits, and vegetables can be directly weighed on the scale.

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The device is in Frost White and Island Blue version at 129 yuan. On the other hand, the yellow limited edition will be available at 208 yuan. The Smart Scale 3 Bluetooth version is currently launched in China.

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Huawei Nova 10 SE with 108MP triple camera launched in China

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Today, Huawei Nova 10 SE smartphone launched in China comes with a 108-megapixel triple camera system. On the other hand, the phone has a beautiful desing as well as a number of new features.

Huawei Nova 10 SE features a 6.67-inch of screen size with 1.07 billion colors, an OLED panel, up to 90 Hz refresh rate, and up to 270 Hz touch sampling rate as well as FHD+ resolution. The display panel inherits a flat design and there’s a center-hole punch to house a selfie camera.

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Coming to the dimensions, the phone is only 7.39mm thick and weighs 184 grams. On the other hand, there are three beautiful colors to choose from Starry Silver, Mint Green, and Starry Black.

Huawei Nova 10 SE is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 4G octa-core chipset featuring Octa-core, 4 × Cortex-A73 at 2.4 GHz + 4 × Cortex-A53 at 1.9 GHz, and Adreno 610 GPU.

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The phone is featured with HarmonyOS 2.0.1 software pre-installed and there are a number of new features and a refreshed user interface ready for you to explore.

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Huawei Nova 10 SE brings a quad camera system that includes a 108 MP High-Res Camera (f/1.9 aperture), 8 MP Ultra-Wide Depth Camera (f/2.2 aperture), and 2 MP Macro Camera (f/2.4 aperture). The front side of the phone has a 16MP portrait camera with f/2.2 aperture.

It is packed with a 4500mAh battery and it could recharge with a 66W supercharger. The phone has various sensors such as a Gravity sensor, Fingerprint sensor, Compass, Ambient light sensor, and Ultrasound replacing the proximity beam and Gyroscope.

Huawei Nova 10 SE with 128GB version is priced at 1999 yuan (287 USD) and the 256GB version is priced at 2299 yuan (330 USD). The phone will be on sale today.

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