On January 28, 2021, Huawei registered for the new trademarks named Matedrive and MateAuto with application numbers 53374978 and 53370725 respectively in China. The international classification of this trademark is 12 types of transportation vehicles. The current status is applied for registration.
The trademark shows that the 12 type of transportation vehicles mainly includes land, air, and sea passenger and cargo vehicles, which specifically consists of following categories:
1201: Trains and their parts
1202: Automobiles, trams, motorcycles and their parts (excluding tires)
1204: Bicycles, tricycles and their parts (excluding tires)
1205: Cable cars, overhead transportation equipment
1206: Wheelchairs, trolleys, Stroller
1207: Animal powered vehicles, sledges
1208: Tire and tire repair tools
1209: Empty vehicles (excluding airplane tires)
1210: Water vehicles
1211: Parts of vehicles
In the past two years, alongside digital, communication, and more business, Huawei has also shown their interest in the automotive market. The company is continuously expanding and inventing new technologies and partner with other automobile companies to further developments.
According to the previous information, Huawei will not manufacture these vehicles on its own, but it helps the traditional manufactures to develop better products using the latest Huawei technologies.
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Huawei, Oppo, Vivo, Xiaomi launches new fast charging protocol
Today, China Communications Standard Association conducted a mobile integrated fast charging conference in Beijing. Alongside, the organization announced Huawei and other brands in the first batch of fast charging protocol.
To understand this subject, let’s jump to the base of this information.
Huawei, Oppo, Vivo, and Xiaomi are the top four manufacturers in China. Undoubtedly, all these companies have provided some high-end products to consumers. However, these firms realized that they furnish such charging techniques that do not fit in the universal environment.
Consequently, Huawei and the three manufacturers came in contact with each other and decided to bring a new fast charging protocol for their consumers. As the next step, these companies have grabbed their places in the first batch of this solution.
Solely speaking of Huawei, the Mate Xs 2 is the first to get the compatibility certificate of fast charging solution. Besides, 11 more devices are eligible to impose this new charging facility on their surface. And in the time ahead, more smartphones will join this list.
Main Objectives of Fast Charging Protocol
Huawei bothers about users’ requirements. Hence, it decided to take a new step in the field of charging operations. Ultimately, the fast charging function will mainly work for five aspects.
- Firstly, to improve the charging facility and expansion of fast charging ecosystem.
- Second, it will promote the transformation of fast charging to an industrial scale.
- Third, it will track the progress of universal fast charging standards and inspect the Chinese fast charging technology in global standards.
- Fourth, To encourage more enterprises to accept the unified fast charging standard.
- Fifth, to improve third-party certification, and identification work.
Huawei Nova 10 Pro is a good example of fast charging
In a smartphone, the battery is the most significant and crucial part. If the battery works wonders, then your phone can be the perfect partner for your enjoyment. Huawei understood this concept a long time ago. Hence, it brought the Nova 10 Pro adapter with the latest Super Turbocharging technology.
As the name reflects, the technology boosts the power of 100W in the phone at charging time. Accordingly, the phone gets a full charge within 20 minutes. Hence, we can say that the upcoming charging solution will also play a good role in the welfare of consumers.
UFSC fusion fast charging protocol led by Huawei is coming
Huawei and some other popular brands in China (Oppo, vivo, and Xiaomi) have associated to bring the UFSC fusion fast charging protocol. Ultimately, this protocol will be a great help in providing fast charging compatibility among various tech giants.
The well-known Weibo tipster @DigitalChatStation has informed that the UFSC fusion fast charging protocol led by Huawei, Xiaomi, Oppo, and vivo is about to land. The protocol will improve the fast charging integration between different smartphone manufacturers and will make their charging solutions universal.
Huawei has been running in the race for technologies for a long time and understands the basic demands of users in this field. Among several essential features of a device, the users mainly look for the battery power and charging efficiency.
So far, the Chinese manufacturer has built the Super Turbocharging mechanisms that cure battery life anxiety with 100W of fast charging. However, every brand has its fast charging technology which often doesn’t work on a universal level.
Thus, to change this independent manner, all four companies decided to bring on the Universal Fast Charging Specification (UFSC) to the surface. The main supporter of this agreement is the Telecom Terminal Industry Association.
How UFSC fusion will prove a benefit?
Eventually, this technique will support effective fast charging and unites the adapters and terminals from various brands and manufacturers. At present, the general maximum power of this protocol is 40W which is just incomparable with the private Turbocharging (100W).
But, the second stage of this technology exhibits 65W. Hence, the availability of general power will gradually increase with time to a higher level. Alternatively, this initiative will solve the problem of incompatibility of inter-matching fast charging. Moreover, it will create a fast, safe, and adaptable charging scenario for users.
The tipster further shares another piece of news in this matter. Consequently, the integration of fast charging technology has been successfully implemented. Some of the major devices have begun imposing the new technology and soon the list will give space to more models.
Huawei and China Mobile brings new 5G call feature
Recently, the China Mobile Jiangsu group has associated with Huawei and introduced the new and first ever 5G call feature. The latest information states that this feature will ultimately prove a thoughtful implementation for facetime purposes.
We are living in the technology era where everything is stepping towards an advanced version. Whether we talk about smart gadgets or the latest services. Every company is trying to develop such traits in their products that can benefit the user to the utmost level.
In the series of display and communication services, facetime plays a very crucial role. It connects you with your loved ones in no time and makes every little moment very special. To enhance this outstanding function in a better way, Huawei and China Mobile (Jiangsu Group) have released the iconic 5G call feature.
What is this new 5G calling feature and how does it work?
According to the reports, the cooperations have imposed three significant functions to the 5G new calling scenario. These three functions are as follows:
- Lighting up the screen
- Barrier-Free Communication
- Interesting Call
Among all three functions, lighting up the screen is the most highlighted and unique feature. You would have noticed that while connecting a video call, the screen stops abruptly. This often ends up showing some of your disgusting expressions to the other person.
However, with the lighting up the screen function, you can choose the way how your screen should look. For instance, you can present a personalized avatar, audio, video, and any other picture instead of showing the real-time scenario on camera.
On the flip side, the second function allows you to make a voice call without any barriers. It also lets you synchronize your calls with facetime action simultaneously. Further, it enhances the interaction connection and enriches the video quality.
Besides, the new 5G call feature will let you efficiently use the visual menu, remote troubleshooting, customer authorization, voice control, one-click direct access, and quick processing even when you are on a call. Ultimately, this feature will bring a new way to deal with calls and connect to your friends and colleagues.
Although, there is no information regarding when we would be able to use this feature. Regardless, if this is the upcoming future of the communication field then users will definitely enjoy it.