Huawei today announced that the Huawei Sound X wireless speaker will be available for sale from July 4, 2020, in Singapore. Co-designed with Frech audio brand Devialet with premium hardware, new exterior, and new software system and it is the first speaker to come with dual-subwoofer.
The Huawei Sound X will be available from 4 July 2020 at a retail price of S$498 in all Huawei Concept Stores, Huawei official online stores in Lazada and Shopee as well as authorized retailers including Best Denki, Challenger, COURTS and Harvey Norman.
Every purchase of the Huawei Sound X is covered with a one-year warranty, terms and conditions apply.
Huawei Sound X
The Huawei Sound X comes equipped with Devialet‘s patented signal-processing SAM (Speaker Active Matching) technology and Push-Push symmetrical structure.
It features a black body, with a meticulous coating of premium, impact-resistant polycarbonate material to ensure optimal durability. The lower portion of the speaker is encased by a cover with dust-proof and splatter-proof properties.
The buttons at the top are features an RGB ring indicator that adjusts to account for the speaker’s operations. Set against the black body, the multi-color indicator is designed for visual comfort.
The arrival of the Huawei Sound X represents a new era for premium audio and speaker design, characterized by the deeply evocative sound that lingers while you listen.
The Huawei Sound X incorporates dual subwoofers that deliver 60W of booming bass while remaining compact and portable for every day, all-purpose use. The innovative, visible bass unit also creates a lasting visual impression to pair with the resonance of the audio.
The Huawei Sound X plays audio via Wi-Fi, a process that leads to less data compression, and fewer lag or latency issues than Bluetooth transmission.
That is built on Huawei’s self-developed technology EMUI 10.1 Multi-Device Control Panel which is similar to Apple’s Airplay, can transmit high-quality audio whether online or local from Sound X speaker to Huawei Smartphone.
The speaker also packs the “Huawei Share ” function, which saves users the hassle of waiting for a wireless or Bluetooth connection to establish. Instead, you can simply tap your phone’s NFC area against the Sound X, and velvety surround sound will begin to play without delay.
Or to answer calls on your Sound X, just switch on-call mode, with a tap of your hand. You can also cover the top with your hand to mute the speaker, similar to the ambient sound mode on noise-canceling earphones.
Huawei won China Unicom 5G SA wireless 3.5G Single source bid
As per the latest news, China Telecom announced that Huawei, ZTE, and two other firms won the China Unicom 5G SA wireless main equipment 3.5G procurement 2021 construction project bid.
In the latest edition, China Telecom explained that the company intends to purchase this project from a single source for more ambitious negotiations and selects the following four major firms of Mainland.
- Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.
- ZET Corporation
- Datang Mobile Communication Equipment Co. Ltd
- Ericsson Communications Co. Ltd.
Earlier in June 2021, Huawei also won the bid for the user data equipment for the number portability procurement project for NP/AUSF/UDM/UDR user data network elements. Adding to this, the user data equipment project targets about 30 million households for basic and 10 million households for 5G network facilities to be installed.
Huawei China Unicom Collaboration:
Huawei and China Unicom have previously worked on many projects and established new benchmarks in the 5G industry and cloud industry.
On July 22, Huawei, Media Gropu, and China Unicom officially released the smart manufacturing demonstration factory that incorporates the 5G technology. It is designed with smart warehousing, smart vehicle management, and AI smart monitoring protocols. (Read Here)
Prior to this in May, Huawei and China Unicom Beijing branch positioned the 5G gigabit technology in the China National Stadium of about 258,000-meter square with 91,000 seats.
New Huawei Hongmeng trademark clashes with first one, got rejected
Today, Beijing Intellectual Property Court gave the first instance judgment on Huawei’s appeal against the State Intellectual Property Office for the rejection of the Hongmeng trademark.
To be mentioned, Hongmeng is the Chinese name of the HarmonyOS, the trademark has been in controversy once before.
The court has rejected the plea of plaintiff Huawei filed because it was dissatisfied with the decision of the rejection of the “Hongmeng HongMeng” trademark by the State Intellectual Property Office.
The lawsuit was refused because the disputed Hongmeng HongMeng trademark was found similar to cited trademark Hongmeng in terms of text composition, call, meaning, and have constituted similar trademark signs.
However, if the trademark was passed and used together with cited trademark then it will definitely cause confusion and misidentification of services among the consumers.
According to the information, this trademark’s international classification was involved 38 types of communication services. To be mentioned, Huawei had filed a plea against 42 types of “Hongmeng” trademarks, which were also judged similarly.
In this dispute case plaintiff Huawei’s clarifications:
- The overall meaning of the disputed trademark and cited trademark is distinct and does not constitute a similar trademark used for the same or similar services.
- The cited trademark has been in the process of revocation of non-use for three consecutive years, and the state of rights is unstable, and the trial of this case is requested to be suspended.
- The trademark in dispute is the original design of the plaintiff, which has been well-known after long-term publicity, which will not cause confusion and misunderstanding by the relevant public.
On the other hand, the defendant argued that the facts were clear, the applicable law was correct, and the procedures were legal and requested the court to deny the plaintiff’s request for trial.
Huawei Forum maintenance completed one week earlier
Today, Huawei has officially announced that Huawei Forum maintenance has successfully been concluded one week earlier than the actual schedule. Now, the services are being resumed such as Huawei Club’s PC, APP, and WAP versions.
Huawei users can now visit Huawei Forum and continue the HarmonyOS 2.0 testing using the My Huawei App and WAP version of upgrade and early adopters.
According to the previous information, Huawei has published an official notice on July 25 regarding the upgrade maintenance for Huawei Forum between July 26, 2021, to August 9, 2021, 22:00.
With the Huawei Forum’s up-gradation announcement, the company also posted an apology for the inconvenience during the maintenance “Thank you Forum members for your continued understanding and support of the Huawei Forum!”
Huawei achieved 40 million HarmonyOS installations:
The rapid progress clearly reflects that Huawei is working as much as fast it can to deliver the next level user’s experience to the least possible device.