On September 29th, the latest released products including Huawei Nova 9, Nova 9 Pro, MatePad 11 Olive Green, Watch Fit New, Huawei P50 Collector’s Edition, Rippling Clouds as well as the new very portable 66W GaN Charger starts selling for the first time in China.
First comes the new Nova 9 Series:
Huawei Nova 9 Pro 8GB RAM + 128GB ROM selling at 3499 ($541) and the 8GB RAM + 256GB ROM version at 3899 ($603). On the other hand, the Nova 9 standard version comes with 8GB RAM + 128GB ROM at 2699 ($417), while the 8GB RAM + 256GB ROM variant at 2999 ($464).
Huawei P50 Collector’s Edition and Rippling Clouds:
Huawei P50 Pro Collector’s Edition only provides a specification of 12GB+512GB Gold Black with a price of 8488 yuan. Unlike the regular version, the front and rear covers of the Huawei P50 Pro Collector’s Edition are made of nanocrystalline glass. Nano-scale crystals with higher strength are crystallized in the glass structure, and the drop resistance is 5 times higher than that of the ordinary glass version.
Other aspects are basically the same as the normal version, Huawei P50 Pro. It is equipped with a 6.6-inch 3D slightly curved OLED curved screen on the front and a four-camera combination with a dual ring on the back. The core is equipped with a Kirin 9000 processor, a built-in 4360mAh capacity battery, and 66W cable support as well as a 50W wireless fast charge support.
On the other hand, we also have the Huawei P50 Pro Rippling Clouds Version with an electrochromic back design that will also be on sale simultaneously, and the appearance is very cool and dreamy.
Nova 9 Series:
The Nova 9 series is the latest flagship product for young people. It is equipped with a Snapdragon 778G processor, a built-in 4000mAh battery, and supports 100W fast charging. This is also Huawei’s first 100W fast-charging model.
It is worth mentioning that the nova 9 series has also obtained the family-style RYYB lens inheritance, which can greatly improve the shooting effect. The rear four cameras can also meet almost all daily shooting needs. The front is equipped with dual 32MP. The vlog lens supports SLR-level portrait selfies and front-facing slow-motion shooting, which can be called a vlog artifact.
In addition, the latest MatePad 11 Olive Green is on sale for the first time, priced at 3299 yuan. The Huawei Watch Fit New with a large screen is on sale, priced at 799 yuan. The first Huawei gallium nitride (GaN) ultra-thin charger, is not only is it super small but it also supports 66W fast charging, priced at 299 yuan.
All of these products are on sale today in China. People are enjoying this mega Huawei sale day by purchasing these products from the company.
Huawei Service Carnival open until June 30: Indonesia
Huawei has extended Huawei Service Carnival Campaign in Indonesia until June 30, 2022. Huawei Service Carnival 2022 is the perfect time for Huawei users to make repairs to their Huawei devices with the best offers.
The Huawei Service Carnival 2022 Indonesia is a form of respect for Huawei users. The carnival is dedicated to bringing various benefits to repairing the Huawei devices at the most budgeted price, including discounts of up to 20 percent on spare parts, discounts up to 30 percent for Huawei care, and various other attractive prizes for the consumers.
Halo HUAWEI Fans!
Siapa yang kemarin belum sempet dapetin benefit dari HUAWEI Service Carnival ?? kamu ga perlu khawatir ya, Soalnya HUAWEI Service Carnival Hadir lebih lama hingga 30 Juni 2022 loh !
— Huawei Mobile ID (@HuaweiMobileID) May 26, 2022
Talking about the service, it is accessible for many Huawei products, including the P series, Mate series, Nova series, Matepad tablets, and various PC products, such as Matebook, MateView, wearables, audio products, and accessories.
In carnival, Huawei users are eligible to get up to a 20 % discount on spare parts repair for almost all Huawei smartphones. Consumers can also enjoy up to a 30% discount on Huawei Care. They can purchase smartphone protection accessories for each Huawei device.
Throughout the carnival, users can enjoy 3 months of Huawei Cloud for free of 50GB. the benefit is applied to all the Huawei consumers who have registered their Huawei ID. Also, the consumer who all makes direct repairs qualify to get special appealing gifts from Huawei.
Former Huawei HiSilicon employee flees to MediaTek: Report
A few days ago, Wang Chenglu, the head of the Huawei Consumer Business Group head, also known as the “Father of HarmonyOS” transferred himself to another company. Now, former Huawei HiSilicon executives join MediaTek.
According to the reports, MediaTek has hired a former Huawei HiSilicon executive (executive director) to be in charge of chip research and development, mainly to enhance its ability to develop high-performance processors (HPC), servers, and base station chips, and custom ASICs. No specific ex-HiSilicon executive was mentioned.
Huawei HiSilicon is a chip designing subsidiary that is mainly known for its Kirin mobile chipset. However, after U.S. sanctions, the company has been not allowed to print new chipsets via the likes of TSMC, which has greatly affected the new Huawei smartphone production.
The director of Huawei, Chen Lifang has formerly stated that Huawei continues to develop world-leading semiconductor components within, and the HiSilicon department will not make any settlement to restructure staff or stop making new designs for future use cases.
Xu Zhijun, then vice-chairman and rotating chairman of Huawei also said-” There is no place to produce any HiSilicon’s chips, and it’s not profitable yet, and Huawei has no appeal for profitability. But Huawei will keep on supporting the development of this team. The team can continue to do research, to accumulate, develop, and prepare for the future.
As per the information, it is not revealed, which of the former HiSilicon executive has joined MediaTek and what was his designation.
(Source – MyDriver)
Huawei and Skyscanner partners for Petal Search integration
Huawei and Skyscanner, one of the leading global travel marketplace, have formed a partnership to bring various travel services for Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) and Petal Search and Petal Maps. Skyscanner has a global reach and covers over 1000 suppliers that are now integrated into Huawei Mobile Services native applications such as Petal Search and Petal Maps.
The integration of Skyscanner in Huawei devices will allow them to search and compare flights, hotels, and car hire globally and helps you finalize the search.
Petal Search brings you unique recommendations and inspiration features including a travel channel, which highlights offers that can help them to build their own automatic travel experience.
Users can access the services through various features including the Petal Search app, Petal Search webs version, Huawei Assistnatn or simply swipe down on the Huawei smartphones to access the EMUI AI search bar.
Be assured that Huawei will rollout Skyscanner integration on over 40 million Petal Search users in 170 countries, and over 28 million monthly active users of Petal Maps in 160 countries. To be mentioned, the integration feature is currently available for users in Europe but it’ll soon expand widely in the global market.
“We’re pleased to be partnering with Huawei to be powering flight discovery in Petal Search with our industry-leading API. Petal Search users will now be able to find millions of flight combinations to destinations throughout the world, all in the palm of their hands with the most competitive flight prices and fast results. Our collaboration comes at an important time for the travel industry and we’re looking forward to winning both globally and locally together in the coming months and years ahead.” said Sonja Balcer, Director of Affiliate Marketing from Skyscanner.
“As tourism picks up and consumer confidence grows, we think this is the perfect time to encourage consumers to get back out there. We want to support adventurous mindsets by building new and existing partnerships with travel and search brands to help build Petal Search as an efficient and reliable travel companion,” said Jaime Gonzalo, VP of Huawei Mobile Services Europe.