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Huawei AppGallery reaches over 530 million monthly active users with 83% annual growth

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Huawei AppGallery is Huawei’s own application store just like Google Play Store. The company is continuously working hard to improve its App store ecosystem and introducing new features to improve user’s experience.

Initially, AppGallery was available in the Chinese market and later introduced for global users. Due to USA-China trade wars, Huawei smartphones are no longer support for the GMS (Google Mobile Services).

As of now, it offers thousands of Apps and Games for its users. According to the latest news, on March 1, Huawei has made some data public and thrown light on the active user data on its core application, AppGallery.

Richard Yu, Huawei Consumer BG CEO shared Huawei’s app store now has more than 530 million monthly active users, with an annual growth of 83% in-app distribution, and the number of app installs in 2020 will reach 384 billion.

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He also added that 2.3 million developers are developing mobile applications for AppGallery, which is 77% higher than in 2019. At the end of 2019, there were more than 1 million AppGallery users in 25 countries across the world, and this number has now grown to 42 million.

Huawei’s CBG global cooperation director Zhang Zhe confirmed that the number of applications optimized for HMS Core “more than doubled in one year.”

Aside from this, yesterday, it was reported that the company has almost done with its EMUI 11 program and delivered the stable version in China. Also, the Chinese tech giant has confirmed that the latest EMUI has completed over 100 million upgrades in total, which is a big milestone.

Additionally, Huawei also confirmed that the next step in software updates will be to bring HarmonyOS (Hongmeng OS) to the users and upgrade older devices.

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Huawei takes Sunshine Computers to court for infringement

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On 22nd September, a trademark infringement case between Huawei Technologies and Sunshine Computers comes to light. The civil court made the first instance judgment and announce the decision in Huawei’s favor.

According to the information, plaintiff Huawei takes the defendant Sunshine computers to court for infringement of its exclusive rights. The plaintiff claimed that its trademark is been used without the company’s concerns.

The Case:

Huawei claims that Sunshine Computer Technology conspicuously used the company registered trademark “Huawei” without taking consent. Moving ahead, both parties are related to the same field and provides likewise kinds of services.

As the company didn’t approve the defendant to use the trademark, it’s infringing on the exclusive right to use this cited trademark.

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Defendants explanations:

Coming to the defendant’s part, it explains that the placement supplies were provided by the Huawei Loudi Company. Furthermore, the decoration was all completed by Huawei. Besides, the defendant also applied a counterclaim in court.

First Instance Verdict:

Department of Economic Damage of Guangdong announces this verdict. The court didn’t found any exact prove like an agreement or any written deal between both parties. Therefore, Sunshine Computer Technology is proven to uses the trademark with official permission.

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The court instructed the defendant to instantly stopped using the plaintiff’s trademarks without his consult. Moreover, to reflects on the action defendant has to pay the compensation amount of 5,000 Yuan.

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About Sunshine Computers:

Linked with computer-related parts and marketing this branch belongs to Sunshine Computer Technology Business Departmentinvoalved in this case. As per the data, it locates in Loudi City of Hunan province China.

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50 Irish students will get Huawei scholarship worth €5,000 in Ireland

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Huawei initiates a scholarship program for Irish students under its seeds for the Future 2021 activity. A total of 50 Irish students would be provided with a chance to avail themselves of scholar benefits and be a part of Huawei activities.

Luke McDonnell who is a senior communications manager at Huawei Ireland, sees this campaign for cultivating and rewarding future talents. He commented, the company is determined of empowering ICT technologies in Ireland, furthermore, it’s also encouraging the students to polish their skills and knowledge.

According to the news, Ireland is the first country in western Europe to receive this scholarship initiative. The company is hosting this program since 2015 in different countries, now it selects Ireland.

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Moving ahead, the company has provided a pleasant capital of 250,000 in academic privileges. Selected top 50 students will be granted €5,000 each in this criteria. Participants have to complete an online course in a week that will start on 18th October and concluded on 26th October.

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Provided Benefits:

  1. Selected students will receive virtual Huawei campuses tours
  2. Opportunity to explore smart cities, AI, cloud computing, 5G and, IoT
  3. Guidance from Huawei senior engineers or guest speakers
  4. Huawei flagship store in Shenzhen visit
  5. Insights on modern Chinese business culture
  6. Coaching to learn Mandarin and calligraphy

Besides, the offered course will be based on STEM science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. It’ll help them to develop their understanding of the ICT industry and know about Chinese culture.

Additionally, participants will also get a chance to be a part of Huawei’s Tech4Good project in team activities. It’ll let them know about the technical solutions for social and environmental problems. Moreover, it’ll the last chance to present their view encapsulated in a project to get the eligibility for the school.

  1. All undergraduate and postgraduate students in Ireland can apply for the scholarship
  2. The deadline for registration until 14 October on Thursday
  3. Applicants have to send their CV along with a short video about their interest
  4. Submission Address- seedsireland@huawei.com
  5. The course will start on 18th October

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Huawei will not sell its smartphone business nor it’ll stop producing new ones: Chairman

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During the Huawei Connect Event 2021, the Rotating Chairman Xu Zhijun and Huawei China Region President Lu Yon confront media on a specific question “about the sell of smartphone business due to certain issues”

Xu said that Huawei will not sell its smartphone business nor it’ll stop making new smartphones. He further mentioned that Huawei’s phone market and phones are indeed facing deep challenges and 5G Huawei phones are difficult to purchase at the moment.

Even after these difficulties, Huawei will not give up or sell on its phone business and will work hard to bring back the prowess of consumer business on track in due course.

“Wait for a few years because at least you have to have a dream and an aim that will keep you motivated” expressed Xu.

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Background Story:

In May 2019, Huawei was added to the U.S. Entity List, the list is officially designed to counter Huawei’s surge in both network and smartphone business. Thereafter, Huawei was unable to purchase the required components and software services to build new devices in both the ICT and consumer sectors.

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Aside from other crucial components, Huawei felt an immense shortage of chipset and Google proprietary software services. Even after these challenges, Huawei established its supply chain with different global suppliers. However, the U.S. expanded the reach of Entity List in 2020 and barred the company from printing new chipsets via chip makers such as TSMC.

This forced Huawei to drop manufacturing of its flagship chipset – Kirin by the end of 2020. Thereafter, Huawei consuming the chip stack that it has gather before the last round of sanctions.

During the launch of HarmonyOS on June 2, Huawei officially announced new devices with Qualcomm chipsets. Later on, the Huawei P50 Pro flagship was also unveiled with Qualcomm processors. Amid all of the issues, Huawei’s new phones also cannot access the 5G network, which has become a major lack of selling point for its smartphone despite all of the power-packed specifications.

Still, the company has decided to move further on this road and we’ll wait to see what Huawei can usher in the time of such difficulties.

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