Since 2019, Huawei has been facing several restrictions in the name of the U.S. entity list that prohibits the company from purchasing and getting new hardware components from the U.S. tech makers. Although, the company has been working on various solutions from AMD and Intel to get rid of all of the supply chain issues but Huawei may also be working on its own to make a new processor.
According to the information, Huawei has a new processor called “Pangu” (translated) that will be used in PC computers. The aim of this processor is to replace Intel and AMD chipsets used inside laptops and PCs. Meanwhile, there’s no official confirmation on the launch of such a processor but it’s revealed that the unveiling could take place in June next year.
Furthermore, the Pangu processor could appear first with next year’s MateBook models and it could be designed for the high-performance PC or non-consumer-based groups.
From the architecture side, the new Huawei processor is likely to feature ARM architecture related to the Kirin imprints and identical to Qualcomm Snapdragon cx/c series
By making some adjustments in performance and controlling power consumption to make it more suitable for PC platforms. On the other hand, the performance of the processor with this architecture cannot be compared to that of the x86 version, it’s very hard to adapt the operating system, components, and equipment.
However, it could run smoothly with limited apps and customization derived especially for the government sector or non-consumer-based area.
Huawei 5nm Kirin notebook:
A previous report suggests that Huawei has a new MateBook notebook to equip with Kirin 9000 series processor with a 5nm build process. it’s being reported that this is a stripped-down version of Kirin 9000 introduced first with the Huawei Mate 40 series in 2020. However, the platform has improved the overall quality and performance, yet it’s the last chipset that has made an entry in the Kirin lineup.
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Huawei steps in top five Metaverse patent ranking
Huawei is constantly attaining success in the patent field. In the latest edition, Huawei has secured its place among the top five tech makers in the Metaverse patent ranking and immensely contributed to digital evolution.
The Tokyo research company – Cyber Creative Institute (associated with foreign media) has recently published the Metaverse patent ranking report for several manufacturers including Huawei.
Eventually, the report highlights the success of South Korean and Chinese companies that have shown huge growth and achievements in the past few years. While the report also predicts the future of the Metaverse in the world alongside.
Speaking of the rankings, Huawei has successfully attained the fourth position for its image and display processing patents. Despite failing to make its name in the previous top 20 survey, this time the company has earned itself a spot in the top five.
A total of 20 cooperations were counted in the Metaverse patent ranking. Together, these companies have submitted 7,760 patent applications. Accordingly, the US counts a contribution of 57%, and South Korea and China have 19% and 12% respectively.
Up to this point, Huawei has made many initiatives to lift the bar of Metaverse in China. The company has collaborated with various partners and operators to deploy the technology and bring virtual-real interaction experience to users.
Metaverse to reach 74.7 billion USD
IDC – the popular industry data tracker has predicted that the evolution of Metverse technology is not so far. By the year 2026, the worldwide Metaverse market will exceed over 74.7 billion USD. There will be 4 times development within 4-5 years.
Besides, the upcoming changes in the Metaverse field will enhance the overall virtual experience for consumers. It will facilitate new services and benefits for users. Moreover, these changes will help in exploring unique display technologies in the time ahead.
Huawei could hold one more launch event to wrap this year
2022 is about to conclude and Huawei is planning one more launch event to wrap up this year. Eventually, it looks like the company has seemingly saved a handful of gadgets for its users as Christmas offerings.
According to a well-known Weibo tipster – @DirectorShiGuan, Huawei will launch Watch Buds in the next month. The bashing product already leaked to the public and will soon take place on the official consumer platform.
Alongside this sci-fi device, Huawei will also release the Nova 10 SE smartphone. On the other hand, the phone has already launched in the global market, the company will now unveil it for hometown users.
Additionally, the launch list showcases the name of Huawei FreeBuds 5i and the Children Watch 5 series. Hence, we could find a total of four brand-new smart devices in the next month. This also hints that Huawei will conduct the last launch event somewhere in December this year.
Huawei Nova 10 SE?
Notably, the tipster uses the term “released again” for Nova 10 SE which is a little confusing. The phone has already been on posters in the Chinese market for a long time.
On the flip side, we have been looking for the FreeBuds 5 headset that is rumored to launch by the end of this year.
Consequently, things regarding the upcoming headsets aren’t crystal clear for the moment. Since there is enough time for the next launch event, we will update you with the latest hints on this matter.
Is Mate X3 coming?
In addition to the closing launch conference, the tipster also gave hints about the dynamic Mate X3 smartphone. Not now, but if everything goes right, we may see the flagship foldable in January next year. Besides, the phone might use the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 4G chipset.
There are a lot of inputs and pinches that will appear in the time ahead regarding Huawei’s last launch event of this year. Being a wrap-up event, we could find a few more hidden surprises as well. Let’s see what else Huawei is bringing as a Christmas gift for its fans.
Huawei has installed 27500 communication sites in Nigeria
Huawei is constantly introducing new communication and digital solutions in Nigeria. So far, Huawei has deployed 27500 communication sites in Nigeria to relieve users with a better communication experience.
Accordingly, the tech maker is making some seamless efforts in South Africa. Up to this point, Huawei has launched many programs and solutions that can help Nigeria in the digital, network as well as communication aspects.
In Nigeria, Huawei has uprooted around 27500 communication sites and up to 10,000 km of fiber in the region. Ultimately, this initiative has helped more than 60% population to connect with high-end network facilities.
Since its arrival in Nigeria, Huawei has deployed over 27,500 communication sites, over 10,000 km fibre, helping connect 60% population and greatly reduce the communication cost.#HuaweiMeetsNigeria #HuaweiConnectingAfrica pic.twitter.com/cDsHFoahMZ
— Huawei Southern Africa (@HuaweiSAR) November 21, 2022
LEAP Program for ICT development
Alongside tech sources, Huawei is also providing knowledge to the Nigerian youth. Recently, the manufacturer has launched an effective digital skills development program (LEAP) and provided 3000+ ICT courses.
LEAP stands for Leadership, Employability, Advancement, and Possibility. Eventually, this program will improve the ICT infrastructure within three years. Thus, Huawei’s digital efforts will give a new face to Nigeria in the time ahead.
Huawei South Africa President – Leo Chen put forth his points on how digitization and ICT development can add more numbers to the growth rate of Nigeria.
“Digitization is deeply rooted in people. Because we digitize for people and by people. When roots are deep, there is no need to fear the wind. Through the LEAP program, we strive to cultivate more youth leaders in ICT who can explore more possibilities for themselves, their families, community, and ultimately their nations.”
Consequently, Huawei will take more actions that can help users in Nigeria to connect better with digitalization. Let’s see what new solutions will the company initiate to enhance digital scenarios in South Africa.