Huawei has been restricted in several fields due to the U.S. ban. However, the company never gave up and always came out with extraordinary solutions. The latest input reveals that Huawei is using OceanStor storage chips for its ARM processors-based hardware.
According to the information, Huawei has recently broadcast the benefits of the OceanStor Dorado V6 storage chips at the Palais des Congres event in Paris. The company reports that these chipsets facilitate file, block, and object access at a much lower price than the U.S. industries.
So far, the Chinese manufacturer has been using the x86 processors from Intel and AMD. However, the U.S. prohibitions forced the company to pull out its hands from various foreign sectors. As a result, the tech maker started searching for new ways that can make it independent.
Consequently, OceanStor chipsets have proved a perfect component for Huawei ARM processors hardware. Unlike the traditional x86 processors, these chips don’t consume unnecessary energy and are 30% more efficient in energy savings.
Alongside this, OceanStor Dorado V6 is available in numerous variants for every kind of product. It ranges from entry-level to superior performance grade and multi-petabyte capacity. Further, it also supports 32-bit and 62-bit drives and controllers.
OceanStor Storage Chips: high-level efficiency
The director of Huawei Storage products – Ludovice Nicoleau said that the company offered the storage chipset in the year 2002. At that time, these chipsets were mainly designed for the telco’s systems. Thereafter, the company gradually shifted them to operating systems.
As mentioned, Huawei has been relying upon the x86 processors for standard storage. But after the U.S. ban, the company brought the HiSilicon ARM CPU-based storage chips for its devices. A good sign of these chipsets is that it is much more reliable than the foreign semiconductor industries.
Huawei will keep on bringing new ways that can make it lessen its dependency on foreign enterprises, in the time ahead.
Huawei is preparing a brand new smartwatch lineup
As of the first month of 2023, Huawei has a variety of smartwatches that are already launched among consumers but it seems like there’s one new unique smartwatch lineup that could soon make its debut.
According to the inputs, Huawei has listed a mysterious new smartwatch lineup on the Huawei Health app with model – AOD-H1. First, we thought of being the upcoming Huawei Watch GT 4 or Watch 4 Series but there’s no confirmation found on the Huawei Health app.
Then a founding revealed that it may not be one of those, instead, Huawei could plan a whole new smartwatch lineup with brand new features.
B19 is the consistent code name of all Huawei smartwatches, for example:
- SGA-B19 for BUDS
- AND-B19 for Cyber
- MIL-B19 for GT 3
- RUN-B19 for GT Runner
And this doesn’t include the mainstream lineup.
Huawei’s former subsidiary Honor has always used B39 and B19 Example: MUS-B19 corresponds to GS3, and HBE-B39 corresponds to MagicWatch.
So, AOD-H1 could be an Always on Display (AOD) dedicated smartwatch lineup? Probably, as the industry already has such smart wearables that support this display-oriented technology. However, there’s some room for high battery life and new display tech that could drive consumers’ attention, such as high resolution.
Or it could be a high-end outdoor smartwatch ready for a certain type of user. On the flip side, it may be a new smart band. Yes, possibly but not certain.
A new Huawei smartwatch (AOD-H1) is in the making pic.twitter.com/DybYyyRw3V
— Deng Li (@MrDengLi) February 6, 2023
Over the past year, Huawei has done a lot of experiments in the world of smartwatches such as Watch GT Cyber, which brings detachable dial functionality. The Huawei Watch Buds lets you store two wireless earbuds inside the watch face and you can flip it open just like an earbuds case to house those earphones.
Watch GT Runner is a prime example of fulfilling a specific type of consumer filled with lots of tracking exercises.
For now, there’s no official announcement available about the AOD-H1 but we’ll keep you posted.
Huawei Music launches on Apple App Store
Huawei has a few apps on Apple App Store including Huawei Health and recently, the phone maker has launched Huawei Music on this iPhone app distribution platform.
According to the listing, Huawei Music on Apple App Store is published by Huawei Software Technologies Co., Ltd. and it’s available for free. It’s good to see Huawei has brought in a new app on more devices.
This is a platform focusing on music interaction, making friends with songs, and letting musicians bring you to a good mood with warm singing.
Below you can check the listing of Apple Music,
1. A large number of music experts:
- Gather excellent music experts from the whole network, share the beauty of music with you, and bring you an auditory feast.
2. Song request interaction:
- Real-time interaction, order songs as much as you want, here, every thought can be seen, and every enthusiasm will be responded to.
3. Warm and heal:
- Heart-warming stories, and happy partners, this is a music exchange platform that lives on your mobile phone, accompanies you anytime, anywhere, and keeps you warm.
For your information, Huawei Music is already available on AppGallery and it comes pre-installed on Huawei devices. However, iPhone users now too have access to this amazing library of latest sound tracks.
January 2023 EMUI update expanding for Huawei Mate 40 Pro users
Last week, Huawei initiated January 2023 EMUI software update for Mate 40 Pro users in the global market with firmware version 126.96.36.1990. Other than Mate 40 Pro, the P40 Pro can also upgrade to the latest software.
According to the information, Huawei Mate 40 Pro users can install the January 2023 update to get the security improvements released recently by the tech maker.
We suggest you download this new update to improve your Mate 40 Pro’s security environment. You should know has released this update in batches and it may take some time to cover all of the devices.
Meanwhile, Huawei Mate 40 Pro users are currently running EMUI 12 update and they are now waiting for EMUI 13. But Huawei has not released a list of eligible devices, which is eagerly awaited.
Huawei Mate 40 Pro users can check for the new version via Settings > tap on System & updates. Then you need to follow the on-screen instructions to get the newest firmware.
Check below to see the full changelog.
This update improves system security with security patches.
- Integrates security patches released in January 2023 for improved system security. For more information on the security of Huawei’s EMUI system updates, visit the Huawei official website: https://consumer.huawei.com/de/support/bulletin/2023/1/.
You should know that this update won’t erase your data but it’s recommended for you to make a backup of important data.
(source – Huaweiblog)