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Huawei certifies new routers with upto 100W of power supply

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A range of new Huawei home routers has recently completed China Compulsory Certificate (3C). According to the information, these routers have model numbers including WS8000, WS8006, WS7000, WS7002, and more.

Among these models, the WS8000 series has a 52.5V, 1.75A power adapter with a power output of up to 91W compared to the current-gen router with 12V and 1-2A which outputs at up to 24W supply.

According to a Weibo tipster, Huawei will focus on three routers in 2021 including the WS8501, WS8000, and WS7290. This product lineup has a simple appearance and expected to come with a built-in antenna design and a logo of Wi-Fi 6+ can be seen on the devices themselves.

The tipster also suggested that the WS8501 could use over 100W of supply and has an 8 network mode interface. Still, Huawei has not announced an official date to make these routers available in the market but it’ll come sooner or later.

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Huawei’s latest power modem router product is Q2S. This product adopts the design of a sub-master machine The product on the left in the figure below is the main route, which can drive up to 15 sub-routes.

The sub-router on the right is directly plugged into the 220V power socket. This solution eliminates the need to arrange network cables and uses 220V mains power for signal transmission, which facilitates the network layout of duplex buildings and seamless roaming and switching.

The Huawei router Q2S is currently priced at 539 yuan in China for a one-child and one-female combination and only supports 802.11 ac 5GHz signals. The new product Q3 is expected to support WiFi 6, and the wireless signal is expected to be greatly improved.

(via – Ithome)

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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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New Huawei Hongmeng trademark clashes with first one, got rejected

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Today, Beijing Intellectual Property Court gave the first instance judgment on Huawei’s appeal against the State Intellectual Property Office for the rejection of the Hongmeng trademark.

To be mentioned, Hongmeng is the Chinese name of the HarmonyOS, the trademark has been in controversy once before.

The court has rejected the plea of plaintiff Huawei filed because it was dissatisfied with the decision of the rejection of the “Hongmeng HongMeng” trademark by the State Intellectual Property Office.

The lawsuit was refused because the disputed Hongmeng HongMeng trademark was found similar to cited trademark Hongmeng in terms of text composition, call, meaning, and have constituted similar trademark signs.

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Hongmeng trademark dispute 1

However, if the trademark was passed and used together with cited trademark then it will definitely cause confusion and misidentification of services among the consumers.

According to the information, this trademark’s international classification was involved 38 types of communication services. To be mentioned, Huawei had filed a plea against 42 types of “Hongmeng” trademarks, which were also judged similarly.

Hongmeng trademark dispute 2

In this dispute case plaintiff Huawei’s clarifications:

  • The overall meaning of the disputed trademark and cited trademark is distinct and does not constitute a similar trademark used for the same or similar services.
  • The cited trademark has been in the process of revocation of non-use for three consecutive years, and the state of rights is unstable, and the trial of this case is requested to be suspended.
  • The trademark in dispute is the original design of the plaintiff, which has been well-known after long-term publicity, which will not cause confusion and misunderstanding by the relevant public.

On the other hand, the defendant argued that the facts were clear, the applicable law was correct, and the procedures were legal and requested the court to deny the plaintiff’s request for trial.

Hongmeng trademark dispute

(Via: mydrivers)

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Huawei Forum maintenance completed one week earlier

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Today, Huawei has officially announced that Huawei Forum maintenance has successfully been concluded one week earlier than the actual schedule. Now, the services are being resumed such as Huawei Club’s PC, APP, and WAP versions.

Huawei users can now visit Huawei Forum and continue the HarmonyOS 2.0 testing using the My Huawei App and WAP version of upgrade and early adopters.

Huawei club maintenance resumed

According to the previous information, Huawei has published an official notice on July 25 regarding the upgrade maintenance for Huawei Forum between July 26, 2021, to August 9, 2021, 22:00.

With the Huawei Forum’s up-gradation announcement, the company also posted an apology  for the inconvenience during the maintenance “Thank you Forum members for your continued understanding and support of the Huawei Forum!”

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Huawei achieved 40 million HarmonyOS installations:

At the Huawei P50 series launch event, Huawei has confirmed that so far HarmonyOS 2.0 brand new operating system has been installed in over 40 million devices.

The rapid progress clearly reflects that Huawei is working as much as fast it can to deliver the next level user’s experience to the least possible device.

Also, check:

HarmonyOS 2 completes 40 million installations, Huawei P10 and Mate 9 next to upgrade

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Huawei Petal One: An all in one package for Cloud, Music and Video services

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On July 29, at the flagship product launch conference, Huawei launched Petal One, an all-in-one subscription package for Huawei Cloud, video, and music services.

The Petal One integrates 3 premium services at relatively less costly compared to individual purchases. This service is similar to what Apple offers under the Apple One subscription bundle.

This all-in-one package includes Huawei Cloud Space Premium Package with 200GB capacity, Huawei Super Music VIP, and Huawei Video Gold Member & Partner Zone VIP membership.

What services Petal One includes:

The premium music service in Petal One has millions of libraries with all kinds of audio and music, while the premium video subscription offers high-quality video programs and movies. Meanwhile, the 200GB of Cloud storage can be shared between 5 family members.

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People with Petal One can cancel their membership anytime. Currently, Petal One only comes under monthly subscription, though Huawei could offer lengthy plans such as quarterly or half-yearly in the future.

To be mentioned, Petal One provides a multi-scenario membership service and can be supported on multiple devices including mobile phones, tablets smart wearables, and smart screens.

Huawei Cloud service

The Huawei Cloud service offers a safe place to store your crucial data. It takes automatic backup of the whole device that can be restored anytime very conveniently.

Talking about privacy, this service is completely secure and has a ‘Time Machine’ feature that can help you manage all your data in a single place. Furthermore, all this data can be synchronized on multiple devices to manage it over different smartphones and tablets.

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Price and Availability:

As per the Huawei Member Center app, the Petal One will be available for early buyers from August 28 to August 30. While full access to this service will be opened from September 1. The starting price for the Petal One bundle is 79 yuan (12 USD) for a monthly subscription.

It’ll be interesting to see whether this package will enter on the global market. We’ll keep you posted on further updates.

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