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Huawei registers new HarmonyOS related trademarks, seems to be preparing for HDC 2020



HarmonyOS/Hongmeng OS

Last month, Huawei has filed new trademarks related to its self-developed operating system, HarmonyOS AKA Hongmeng OS. These are some of the latest addition of trademark in the HarmonyOS domain and raises anticipation that the company seems to be working on new HarmonyOS technologies.

On June 19, 2020, Huawei has filed brand trademarks for Huawei HarmonyOS, HarmonyOS Connected, and HarmonyOS Linked in China. However, there’s no additional information mentioned on the trademark applications except for the name of the trademarks.

Huawei HarmonyOS, HarmonyOS Connected, HarmonyOS Linked trademark

Why Huawei is still trademarking “Huawei HarmonyOS”? It could be the fact that the company had officially trademarked this OS as HongMeng OS in China and it’s known by this name among Chinese consumers.

Now come to the Huawei Connected and HarmonyOS Linked, both of these sounds like smart or IoT devices such as connected car systems and wearables.



Last year at Huawei Developer Conference 2019, Huawei launched its new microkernel-based, distributed operating system – HarmonyOS. This new operating system is developed to deliver cross-device user experience throughout the Huawei ecosystem.

Initially, the HarmonyOS featured on Honor branded Smart TV and later adopted by Huawei Smart TV. In 2020, Huawei added more smart features to these devices.


According to the official timeline of HarmonyOS, the company likely to introduce HarmonyOS version 2.0 for PCs, SmartWatch/Bands, and in-Vehicle systems at Huawei Developer Conference 2020 (HDC 2020) Consumer.

HarmonyOS Version Development Roadmap

HarmonyOS Version Development Roadmap

A previous report reveals that the company has filed a trademark for “MateWatch” and this could be the first smartwatch to feature HarmonyOS. Some reports also suggest that Huawei will also be going to introduce its Personal Computers for the consumers, packed with this homegrown OS exclusive for the home ground.

Ready for Phones?

Huawei has already used some features of HarmonyOS to its EMUI 10 software architecture such as the distributed technology but the os currently has flaws and bugs compared to the Android.

Therefore, the Chinese tech giant may want to introduce HarmonyOS on its wearables and other devices before launching it on a smartphone.

Currently, Huawei has not yet announced news or statements regarding the next version of HarmonyOS or HDC 2020 but don’t worry we’ll keep you posted with further updates.

HarmonyOS Linked trademark Screenshot

HarmonyOS Linked

HarmonyOS Connected trademark Screenshot

HarmonyOS Connected

Huawei HarmonyOS trademark screenshot

Huawei HarmonyOS

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.


Huawei introduce 11 major scenario-based solutions at Huawei Connect 2021



Peng Zhongyang, Huawei Director G

On the second day of the Huawei Connect 2021 Event, the Chinese tech maker introduces 11 major scenario-based solutions for five business areas. The application scope mainly includes transportation, finance, energy, manufacturing, and some government sector.

Peng Zhongyang, Director of Huawei and President of Enterprise BG speaks out his view framing “Deepening Digital and Creating a Great Future Together”. He presents current industrial digital transformation from different perspectives.

Director Zhongyang said, the company is helping its consumers to embrace digitalization through deep cultivation of scenarios, models, and partners. However, it’s an iterative process, which is now becoming a main asset in the industry.

Related: Huawei Cloud UCS launched at 2021 Huawei Connect Event


In order to present industrial deep cultivation, Huawei brings 11 major scenario-based solutions covering five business sectors. As I mentioned earlier, the solution will apply in the government, energy, finance, transportation, and the manufacturing industry.


Let’s take a brief introduction of each sector-

Government and Public Sector: Three core solutions for network management, auxiliary operations, and zero-trust security has been released for this sector. The company is help and initiating projects for smart cities.

Energy Sector: This Chinese firm brings two solutions for this sector. They will be applicable to smart power plants and gas stations and will help in bringing green, low-carbon, safe, and efficient zero-carbon smart energy systems.


Financial Sector: The Finacial Sector also gets two solutions for mobile payments to built a fully connected smart ecological finance system.

Transportation Sector: Smart airports, air traffic control, and united transportation are part of solutions designed to bring a convenient riding experience.

Manufacturing Sector: Smart car enterprise solutions are designed for the production industry. It’ll help manufactures in profitable production with higher safety measurements and time-saving techniques.

Huawei Smart Car

Besides, Huawei is looking forwards to work with its partners and provide them all possible help in industrial practice. It wants to jointly solve the problems challenging the development.


About Huawei Connect Event:

This event has started on 23rd September and will end on 25th September. It’s an online conference giving the viewers an opportunity to connect with industry leaders, experts, and the company’s business partners. The theme of this year is “Dive Deep Into Digital” providing insights about AI, cloud, 5G, and other ICT technologies.

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Huawei AI Speaker 2e with HarmonyOS 2 launched, priced at 199 Yuan



Huawei AI Speaker 2e

Yesterday, Huawei added the new Huawei AI Speaker 2e to its smart selection sound system collection which is currently open for pre-sale. Besides, other products such as Huawei Nova 9 series, New Watch Fit series, GaN charger, and more were also launched at the same event.

Coming back to this new speaker, it’s designed in an elliptical shape with a fritillary white color. The company has provided the necessary control buttons on its upper edge. This speaker costs 199 Yuan and buyers can purchase it via Huawei’s online flagship stores. As it’s in the pre-sale period so the purchasing timeline is as follows-

  • Pre-book this new speaker until 31st October
  • Complete the rest amount on the 1st of November
  • Wait for the delivery after the final payment

 Huawei AI Speaker 2e:

Now let’s discuss its specifications- 

The Huawei AI Speaker 2e has a 12.5-inch full-range shape covering 192 x 93 x 90 mm dimensions that weigh around 560 grams. Overall its slim design makes it fit even in a backpack to take along anywhere. In addition, it provides three types of controls and manages with voice commands, app instruction, and button controls.

AI Speaker 2e

This speaker is equipped with a 6W high-power full-range speaker that connects a passive radiator at the rear giving a deep bass. Aside from the music playback, its inbuilt microphone lets you attended the voice calls with a control button placed on the top.


The HarmonyOS 2 capabilities establish a one-touch easy connection. Most importantly, it has a Children exclusive mode for sound-based learning. Furthermore, it also supports WiFi dual-frequency and Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity.

Pricing and Avabalibity:

The pre-sale price of Huawei AI Speaker 2e is 199 Yuan (about 30 USD) with a 20 Yuan despite the amount providing a benefit for 30 Yuan. On the company’s exclusive channels, buyers may also get other benefits such as gift points. Meanwhile, its first sale will start on 1st November.

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5G commercial networks climbs at 176 with 490 million global users: Huawei



huawei 5g

On September 23rd, Huawei Kicked off the “Huawei Full Connect Conference” on online platforms in Shenzhen, China. With the theme “deepening digitalization”, many industry leaders, media partners, and field experts have participated in this event.

Huawei’s rotating chairman Xu Zhijun (Eric Xu) gave a deliverance on the current achievements and problems of digitalization. He shares his view on how Huawei is accelerating digital development and 5G commercial networks through its ceaseless innovation.

Going with his speech, the company chairman said more than 170 countries adopting digitalization on a large scale. Adding to this, the past seven years have shown significant changes across the world. Meanwhile, in the Asia Pacific, the process has been started 10 years ago. There are mainly three aspects he talks about,

Huawei Chairman Eric Xu

  • First: In the past two years, digital companies providing 20-25 times faster service. This crown epidemic accelerates the digitalization of products and services.
  • Second: Global organizations have become more cautious towards reducing carbon emissions and coping with climate warming. In this line, China has announced the goal of carbon neutrality by 2030.
  • Third: Digital technology is enabling corporate resilience to solve the complex global business environment. Furthermore, the foundation for digital transformation almost reaches its peak.

5G commercial networks have reached 176:

Moving ahead, Huawei Chairman informs that currently, the 5G global commercial networks have reached 176.  There are over 10,000 projects in different areas for 5G applications serving 490 million users globally. Besides, a recent report from IDG provides some key points-

  1.  81% of companies are either using cloud computing or have their services on the cloud across the world
  2. About 60% of markets including telecommunications, commercial, automotive, and construction industries are working on AI
  3. Retails have 50% of digital marketing serving meanwhile the other industries have 38% only.

Speaking of Huawei’s contributions, the company is determined for taking its users towards a digital world. Though, the challenges in this field vary corresponding to different industries, countries, and technologies. However, there isn’t a single problem that can’t solve.

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