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Huawei P30 concept render shows a Quadruple Rear Camera with teardrop notch

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Update: Dec 14, 2018:

The latest rumor comes courtesy of a post on Weibo, which noted that the Huawei P30 Pro will come equipped with the Sony IMX607 sensor. Although this new sensor has yet to be officially announced, rumours point to this being an incredible piece of kit.

It will offer “exceptional low-illumination performance”, according to GizChina which has a report that includes a number of details about the upcoming sensor.



The Sony IMX607 will purportedly have lightning-fast autofocus speeds, advanced noise reduction, and three native ISOs. Despite fewer megapixels than the Huawei P20 Pro, the larger sensor size pegged for the Huawei P30 Pro would still make it a substantial improvement over its predecessor.

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Update: Dec 13, 2018:

Huawei P20 Pro impressed when it launched earlier this year thanks to its triple camera sensor, followed by the exceptional Mate 20 Pro. The Huawei P30 Pro is expected to exceed the camera performance boundaries and one concept creator has shared a render of what the 2019 flagship might look like. It certainly raises the bar in both design and camera capability.

The Huawei P30 and P30 Pro cases leaked quite recently, and Ben Geskin has already created a render that is inspired by those case leaks. As you can see, the source created a phone made out of metal and glass, which are almost certainly the materials that Huawei will use in order to bring this handset to life.

The device features a teardrop notch on the front, and extremely thin bezels above and below the display, almost non-existent.



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Image Credit: Ben Geskin

Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.

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Huawei conducted an innovative HarmonyOS training camp at Tsinghua University

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Huawei HarmonyOS training camp

Huawei recently conducted an innovative HarmonyOS training camp at Tsinghua University. There were two main technical topics including HarmonyOS and Shengteng AI discussed in this special training camp.

The students who participated in the HarmonyOS training camp get to know about the innovative industrial practices of Huawei. Meanwhile, the implementation areas include equipment development and application development.

The purpose of this camp is to provide the students with a deeper understanding of HarmonyOS’s innovative capabilities. Numerous students have signed up for this camo however only 30 finalists were selected. The authorized trainers of the company provide essential guidance to the students at Tsinghua University.

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Huawei HarmonyOS Training Camp:

One of the event hosts- Yan Jiangang, address the assembly and informed that it’s the second HarmonyOS and Shengteng AI special event. Besides, Huawei and Tsinghua University iCenter jointly planned this session with the special resources of both organizations.

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It’s a prominent step to promote the talent training system of universities with the latest requirements of industry and technology development. In addition, this event also concerns some other scenarios that mainly include the following three aspects.

  • Reform, optimize the professional structure in the field of information technology
  • Promote the continuous improvement of the quality of professional construction
  • Train the industry’s urgently needed ICT talents

To be mentioned, Huawei has been focusing on cultivating young talents lately. In this line, we have seen a bunch of new activities for colleges and universities across the country. Furthermore, the company also planning to launch similar activities in the future too.

Moreover, the Shenzhen-based firm has planned about 30 activities we are going to see in the near future. Huawei Innovation Training Camp also provides guidance for many ITC competitions and actively participates in them.

(Source: CNMO)

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Huawei constructing a 760,000 square meters industrial park with RMB 298 million investment

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Huawei is preparing to construct a 760,000 square meters industrial park in Longhua district, says a report. Recently, this Shenzeng based firm has won a bid for industrial land with a bidding amount of 298 million yuan.

According to the reports, the company’s newly purchased project site is situated nearby Fucheng street, Longhua district, China. Furthermore, it’s being used for general purposes including the industrial park and road.

To be more precise, the building will cover a ​​763,600 square meter area while leaving the rest 514,857.79 square meter area. This will be the next innovative base of the company. Although the company numerous subsidies for operating its parallel business, the main purpose of buying this land is still unknown.

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Furthermore, the reports show that the project land has been permitted under the A06 category for the new energy industry. In addition, it has a working span of 30 years. Meanwhile, the Huawei industrial park plan draft divides the entire site into four partitions that are mentioned below-

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  • Construction area of 763,000 square meters
  • Factory building area of 616,000 square meters
  • Launroom area of 55,000 square meters
  • Residential places of 90,000 square meters

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Apart from this, the reports also informed that Huawei and Longhua administration has already initiated this making this industrial park. Besides, it’s not the first time when the two parties are collaborating with each other.

In September 2020, both sned a strategic cooperation framework agreement to jointly promote the development of the digital economy in Longhua District. Moreover, the two parties are developing the “Smart Longhua” to provides a better lifestyle for the citizens.

Smart Longhua Collaboration:

As per the information, Huawei and Longhua government was constructing a digital economy pilot zone. It further includes a high starting point to promote the digital economy industrialization founded on new infrastructure.

It targets to promote the digitization of traditional industries while using innovative IT solutions. This project has high requirement needs for establishing an innovative base. Overall, this project wants to higher the level of digitization and intelligence of Longhua enterprises.

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At the same time, it promotes the innovation and development of Kunpeng and Shengteng industries while cultivating a high-standard Kunpeng talent training base. Furthermore, this project shows a smart city Longhua ecology to jointly move further with new technologies.

(Source- Chinese laoyaoba)

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Huawei Nova 9 come at APAC Autumn launch event on 28th October in Malaysia

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Huawei is preparing to conduct the Huawei APAC Autumn Launch Event in Malaysia which is set for 28th October. The company will introduce the three latest products at the event that includes a new generation laptop, smartphone, and a brand new smartwatch.

It’ll be a grand launch conference as there will be the new Huawei MateBook 14s, vlog camera Huawei Nova 9, and the unveiled Huawei Watch GT3 series. To be mention, MateBook 14S and Nova 9 have initially launched in the mainland, while the company is gradually expanding them to the overseas markets.

On the other hand, no one has any clue about the new member of the Watch GT series. It’s the first time when the company will be introducing the Watch GT3 starting with the Malaysian Market. However, the recent 15-sec teaser video shared by the company reveals some glimpses of these new writs watches.

Huawei Watch GT3:

As we can see, the Huawei Watch GT3 is designed with a familiar round shape design same as the previous models. Furthermore, it’s featuring a crown and a power button arrangement as the recently launched Huawei Watch 3. Besides, the watch case has refined polishing giving it a silky appearance.

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Yet, there is no info available about the software capabilities and feature offerings. However, the rest two products have already reached the hands of users with the latest software offering, amazing features, and hardware components. Let’s take a look at them in brief.

Huawei MateBook 13s and 14s

Huawei MateBook 14S:

The Huawei MateBook 14s sports a 14.2 inches screen covering 90% of the screen-to-body ratio. Users can enjoy a 2520 x 1680 resolution and 213 PPI color accuracy view at the minimal bezel design. This laptop has also passed TUV Rheinland certification, has smart brightness mode, quad speak, and microphone units.

In terms of battery and power, it features a 60Wh battery that supports 90W of Huawei Super Fast Charging. In addition, it comes with Intel Core i7 and i5 of 11th Generation and Intel Iris X graphics shipped with 512GB and 1TB external storage capacity.

Huawei Nova 9:

The Huawei Nova 9 series consists of two models- Nova 9 and Nova 9 Pro featuring 6.57 and 6.72-inch OLED displays respectively. 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.

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As far as the camera is concerned, its rear quad camera has a combination of 50 RYYB main cameras + 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera + 2 MP depth of field camera + 2 MP macro camera. Besides, it has a 32mp selfie shooter alongside an ultra-wide-angle lens.

Huawei Nova 9

There might be many more surprises from the company besides all three products. Still, we can’t deny that our eyes are set on the Watch GT3 which surely going to take all limelight of the Huawei Autumn Launch Event by 7 PM in Malaysia. You have time, mark your calendar for 28th October, see you all at the launch conference.

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