On January 15, 2020, Huawei has applied for a new trademark as NM Plus in China with application number 43836750 in China. The international classification of this trademark is 9 types of scientific instruments and the current status is applied for registration.
According to the previous information, Huawei has a trademark for Nano Memory (NM) card, which is Huawei’s unique technology for expandable storage. It’s similar to microSD but it is about 45% smaller in size.
As Huawei applied for NM Plus trademark so it is expected that it will be the upgraded version of Huawei’s NM micro memory card and could go for production to provide high transmission speed and offer large storage.
The NM memory cards are the same size as the Nano-SIM card tray so, they don’t need a separate tray in smartphones. Users can use either two Nano-SIM on their Huawei device or one Nano-SIM and one Nano Memory card.
The latest official reports disclose that Huawei confirmed its cooperation with Toshiba, an NM micro memory card manufacturer. Also, the ultra NM card holds 256GB of storage and a transmission speed of 90MB/sec.
Huawei Nova 10 Pro will use 100W Turbo fast charging technology
Huawei Nova 10 series is the new hot topic among Huawei fans nowadays. While the bashing phone is soon going to step on the consumer platform, a new report reveals that Huawei Nova 10 Pro will use a 100W Turbo fast charging technology.
As per the Weibo blogger @Digital Chat Station, Huawei officially announced the 100W charging technology for the forthcoming Nova 10 Pro smartphone. As the term reflects, the technology is capable of generating 100W power for the device.
Consequently, the high-powered tech will result in full charging of a 4500mAh battery within 20 minutes. Thus, we can say that the 10th series of Nova lineup comprises the best automation and will provide hype to the user experience.
In terms of existence, the 100W charger came into the spotlight with the Nova 9 Pro smartphone. The device equipped the tech with an HW-200500C00 charger number. Hence, Huawei is finally keeping up the link with the 100W army.
Huawei Nova 10 Pro
Accordingly, the ultimate Nova 10 Pro will sport a 60 Megapixel front-facing lens which itself hints at the superiority of the device. Further, it will add a tri-cam structure on the rear side. The structure will showcase a 50 Megapixel main snapper, an 8MP ultra-wide lens, and a depth sensor.
Besides, the device will expose a 6.78-inch screen with a 2650 x 1200 pixels that will give a 120Hz refresh rate. As mentioned, it will pack a 4500mAh battery and a Snapdragon 778 4G processor. Moreover, for the moment, it will appear as a smashing look showing silver and black colorways.
Huawei officially made the statement of unveiling the Nova 10 series on the 4th of July at the summer new product conference. Along with this, the company will also release the classy Wenjie M7 SUV on the board.
MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ chipset for flagship smartphones launched
MediaTek has ultimately unveiled the Dimensity 9000+ processor for the 5G capable flagship models. This is another high-end invention in the field of Dimensity that is again making its way to the 5G products to enhance the performance of the device.
According to the information, MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ has obtained some of the technical measures from the predecessor Dimensity 9000 chip. Consequently, these measure helps in boosting the power efficiency and functioning of the hardware.
MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ Build Up
The new chipset is standing on the 4nm process of TSMC and Armv9 architecture. It comprises an octa-core CPU framework with 1 Arm Cortex-X2 super core (frequency = 3.2GHz), 3 Arm Cortex-A710 large cores, and 4 Arm Cortex-A510 energy efficiency cores that have improved performance by 5%. Further, it supports a ten-core Mali G710 GPU with an increase in the performance grade by 10%.
Additionally, the processor fulfills the demand for high bandwidth in the market. It carries an LPDDR5X memory with 8MB CPU L3 cache and 6MB system cache. Moreover, it incorporates the 5th-gen AI processor APU590 to offer AI computing power for numerous applications with energy efficiency.
Key Features of Dimensity 9000+
Media Tek Imaggiq 790 imaging technology:
The super-tech SoC equips an 18-bit HDR-ISP image processor that supports 320 million pixel cameras. Besides, it is capable to capture 18-bit HDR video with three lenses of the handset at the same time. It features AI noise reduction for 4K HDR video, and low-light shooting.
A new generation of 5G modem:
Dimensity 9000+ consists of a 5G modem that supports Sub-6GHz 5G full-band high-speed network and 3CC three-carrier aggregation (300MHz). As a result, the theoretical downlink rate reaches to 7Gbps and supports R16 super uplink. Further, it has the multi-standard dual-SIM tech that holds 5G and 4G combinations. With the help of MediaTek 5G UltraSave 2.0 tech, it reduces power consumption effectively.
MediaTek MiraVision 790 display tech:
A WQHD+ resolution with a 144Hz refresh rate display is another significant feature of the chip. It further adds FHD+ resolution and 180Hz refresh rate display with MediaTek Intelligent Display Sync 2.0 technology. Thereafter, 4K60 HDR10+ video Wi-Fi wireless projection also takes place in the chipset.
Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.3 addition:
It adds new-generation connectivity and provides a seamless connection experience to smartphone users.
According to the information, we can see the new processor, equipped in smartphones form the third quarter.
Huawei Eyes on Display feature is amazing technology
With the launch of each Huawei flagship, the company introduces new technologies that favor consumers and try to give them the best possible user experience. Eyes on Display (EOD) is such a feature that doesn’t only make your user experience better but also provides you with a new kind of interactiveness for your Huawei smartphone.
Huawei Eyes on Display was first introduced with EMUI 11 during the launch of the Huawei Mate 40 Pro in 2020. The company has developed this feature around the Gesture and Depth sensors that are built inside the smartphone’s front side large pill shape notch.
Behind the scene, the Eyes on Display feature is powered by the Huawei Kirin 9000‘s NPU unit and the Da Vinci NPU architecture that keeps it steady and notes the perfect movement of the Huawei Mate 40 Pro user.
How it works:
It’s simple, whenever a user looks at the screen or comes into the range of the sensor, the display enables an always-on display theme. The phone will keep the always-on display enabled as long as you are looking toward the direction or the display of the phone.
On the flip side, the display quickly disables the screen, once you move your face out. This is quite a useful and easy-to-use feature that helps to reduce the use of battery and save it even further.
Notably and intelligently, the feature won’t show activity when you put your palm in front of the sensor. Instead, it detects movements of the face or eyes perfectly, which seems unbelievable in smartphone technologies.
Even the iPhone can not do that, ahm…. iPhone doesn’t come with Always on Display.
Ok, getting back to the topic.
How to enable:
Huawei Mate 40 Pro series consumers would find this feature enabled by default but it can be accessed by going into Settings > Home screen & wallpaper > then tap on Display mode and selecting Smart for Eyes on display feature.
Use on other phones:
Since the launch of the Huawei Mate 40 series, Huawei has not released a new model in the lineup due to some supply chain issues. However, we’re awaiting the next Mate series flagship – The Huawei Mate 50 series, which could launch in the month of August. Read more about this story in the article linked below.