Huawei has a vast range of services to satisfy the requirements of its consumers. And one of the high-profiled sectors, where users get knowledge about every little thing is Huawei’s Chinese dedicated community – Huawei Club. However, the company will soon end the Huawei Club website, mobile app, and online services.
According to the latest information, Huawei Club has officially announced the amendments to its operations and services. The thoughtful site has explained that due to some business development processes, the company will stop operating the page by the end of this year, for an indefinite period.
Huawei Club was launched in 2012, and after 10 years, Huawei decided to merge all of its services into the My Huawei app. The move will allow users to find a single place to communicate and share their experiences.
Consequently, users will no more be able to contact the club to access the information or perform any social action. Besides, the PC, App, as well as online services of Huawei Club will also stop responding. Thereafter, the club service will stop accepting any new registrations, logging in, publishing content, or access to view the content.
My Huawei App – A new place for information
Although to maintain the connectivity with Huawei, the company has decided to open new gates for its users. Alternatively, the Chinese manufacturer will migrate the relevant data of the Club to the My Huawei app.
As a result, users will be able to get the info and news regarding important posts, comments, medals, updates, and more through the application. As per the reports, the company will work on expanding the roots of the app, so that users can easily search for their respective content.
Moreover, the My Huawei application will incorporate rich functions such as club-related information, HarmonyOS upgrades, new service details, Huawei school, nearby stores, shopping, and more. Hence, there will be no hindrance for users in attaining a convenient as well as high-quality service.
In the meantime, the company will revamp the pollen club facilities into a new platform and will launch the pollen creator system. Thus, users will find a more optimized and suitable club after the improvements.
Furthermore, Huawei will also make the Petal function offline after September 21, 2022. We can say that there will be more efficient ways of gaining knowledge of the information in the time ahead.
Huawei adds Chinese navigation feature to Petal Maps app
Huawei is initiating some new tick-tacks on its well-known digital map application. In the latest development, the company has started beta-testing of an advanced Chinese navigation feature for Huawei Petal Maps.
The Chinese tech maker continues to add new features to its app and services. Consequently, these additions improve the overall functioning of the application and offer a responsive and efficient experience to users.
To begin the new additions, the company has selected its map application this time. Accordingly, Huawei has started the beta testing of the Chinese navigation feature for Petal Maps with the 188.8.131.520 (002) version.
Previously, it was reported that Petal Maps will bring new features with Mate 50 series. The feature list has also included the Chinese navigation and other details. Alternatively, it was rolling out with the 184.108.40.2063 build.
However, due to some unknown bugs, the app was only able to showcase the regional data and didn’t respond to the navigation feature. On the other hand, a few users were not even able to get the appropriate region information.
Hence, with a restart, the company has triggered beta testing for the respective navigation feature. This indicates that soon users will have a more functional and suitable navigation method in their hands.
Huawei Petal Maps: Other Exceptional features
Apart from the Chinese navigation feature, Petal Maps consists of multiple beneficial tweaks. The application supports more than 160 regions across the globe and delivers a smooth and productive driving experience.
Besides, one can also find finer map positioning, map display, driving navigation, real-time road conditions, and more. And let’s not forget that the application is not limited only to your smartphone but also takes place in smart vehicles.
Speaking of the Chinese navigation feature, there are chances that this brilliant addition will count more new regions to the list. As a result, it would become much easier for users to travel to several locations with effective navigation.
Huawei Wallet now makes it possible to add digital RMB hard wallet
Huawei continues to bring new additions to its applications and services. Either, with new improvements or feature, the company make efforts to enhance the user experience in every manner. The latest example of this statement is the Huawei wallet which now adds support for the digital RMB hard wallet.
The information is making its way out from the Weibo channel of @pengpengjunjiao. As per his reports, Huawei Wallet now enables the support for a digital RMB hard wallet. Eventually, users can utilize their real cards through the Wallet app.
But before we jump to the question ‘How?’, let’s understand the concept of digital RMB.
What is Digital RMB?
Generally, Digital RMB is an application that defines the legal digital currency of China. It is an official service platform that deals with the opening and managing of digital RMB personal wallets, and digital RMB exchange and circulation facilities.
Besides, the authorities accomplish several kinds of transaction-related projects through this app. On the other hand, the app provides ‘sub-wallets’ to retailers and suppliers. Ultimately, users can carry out transactions to various sub-wallets using the digital RMB app.
Further, you can use it for various payment methods. It will be available on your device with the name ‘Wallet Express Pay’. However, one must note that this application is a pilot version (in testing). Thus, only users (pilot customers) can register for the digital RMB app.
How to access a digital RMB hard wallet?
As mentioned, the Digital RMB app provides sub-wallets. Consequently, users will require the RMB app to push the digital RMB hard wallet in the Huawei Wallet. Thereafter, Huawei Wallet will add the hard wallet as per its requirement.
Once added, the hard wallet will connect with your Huawei Wallet and will also support Huawei Pay to Pay. Also, with a double click on the power button, you can command the digital RMB wallet for payment activities. In terms of security, the wallet let the device verify the identity information before performing any payment action.
But remember, the whole process requires the Digital RMB App, which is running in the trial stage (Pilot version). So register yourself to get through a new experience of transaction.
Huawei Petal Travel beta released in China
Huawei officially launched the public beta version of the Petal Travel application. It is a digital platform that covers travel and brings together high-quality taxi providers in China to provide travel services for users.
As per the information, Huawei phone users can directly search for the Petal travel app.
How to use:
Users don’t need to download the app, they can get the same experience as the app through the service card. Also, this card can be directly added to the negative screen of your device.
Moreover, users can use these cards jointly with mobile phones, watches, tablets, PCs, and other devices.
According to recent reports, the mobile phones running on HarmonyOS 3 software supports the presentation of taxi information, such as the waiting time, travel information, order status, etc. The information appears on the service card.
Before launching the Petal Travel app, Huawei said that it will cooperate with Petal Travel to provide benefits to its users. This will boost awareness of the app and attract more customers.
Notably, users who use Huawei Pay in Petal travel can enjoy the payment benefits of up to a 7 Yuan (approx 1.0 USD) discount on the first order.
In addition, Huawei will launch the Petal travel voice taxi, watch taxi, multi-device collaboration, and many other functions soon.
Initially, the app was accessible to only three selected cities, Beijing, Shenzhen, and Nanjing. But, at present, the app supports its online taxi-hailing services in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Nanjing, and other cities.
Alongside this, T3 Travel announces that it will connect with Huawei Petal Travel. More than 90 cities around the country have been fully connected to the app.
As per the previous revelations, the company is approaching more online car-hailing platforms to connect with the app. Such as Meitun and AutoNavi to provide their services to Petal Travel.
At the Mate 50 series launch event, Huawei released the public beta version of the Petal Travel app.