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Huawei Petal App Ecosystem: Petal Vision, Petal Keyboard, Petal Assistant and more under testing



Last year, Huawei introduced a new mobile app called, Petal Search, which provides a number of solutions such as search, web browsing, app downloads in one place. The app is very useful and the company is continuously adding new features to make it stand to the global consumers.

Following Petal Search, the Chinese tech giant then introduced Petal Maps to provide navigation services for smartphones that don’t come with Google services, specifically, Google maps.

Recently, Huawei also introduced the latest addition in the Petal ecosystem, the Petal Mail, which is a mail service that’s under beta testing and allows users to send and receive emails.

Now, the latest information on this matter, reveals that Huawei is planning to launch even more Petal name applications for its device users. According to the Chinese tipster, Huawei is working on new Petal products including Petal Vision, Petal Keyboard, Petal Assistant, and more.

The tipster also revealed that some of these apps are preparing to launch and currently under testing. However, nothing is specifically announced from Huawei’s end at the moment.

If you look at the name of these apps, the Petal Vision could be a smart vision app that allows smart scanning of different objects and identify them as well as finding related search results on the user’s device.

Petal Keyboard is a smartphone keyboard app with customizations and Petal Assistant could be a new product for user experience help.

A complete Petal App Ecosystem:

Similar to the Google Mobile Services (GMS) app ecosystem, Huawei seems to be building its own app ecosystem and mobile services as it looks to provide app and services that are not available on its smartphones.

For instance, the Petal Mail could be used as a carrier of user data on different Petal apps and synchronize user data for a seamless user experience and save user data of different apps on the cloud. So, it could be accessed any time anywhere.

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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.