We’re just a few days away from the annual Huawei Developer Conference, where Huawei will launch its latest software and hardware products. At the event, Huawei will also announce the launch date of the Huawei Mate 40 series.
Ahead of the official announcement, a promo poster coming from Weibo suggests that the Huawei Mate 40 series will be unveiled in October, followed by its sale. In the poster, the company also hyped the upcoming 5G Kirin processor and its importance in the Huawei smartphone ecosystem. Aside from this information, there’s not enough to explore in this promo content.
Previous report suggests that the Huawei Mate 40 series will get the launch date in October in four variants – Huawei Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro+, and Mate 40 RS.
Both standard Huawei Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro sports with the curved display but the Mate 40 Pro is bigger than the Mate 40 and similar to the Mate 30 Pro. Moreover, the curves of Huawei Mate 40 Pro+ will be bigger than the Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro.
Huawei Mate 40 Pro will come with a pill-type punch-hole display with a waterfall curved. The phone has a volume rocker and a power key in red color, as well as symmetrical dual speakers.
Huawei Mate 40 will feature a 6.5-inch OLED, and Mate 40 Pro will feature a 6.78-inch waterfall OLED display. Huawei Mate 40 series will be powered by 5nm Kirin 9000 processor, pre-equipped with EMUI 11. Currently, Huawei has not announced its launch date but it could happen in October this year.
After Three Years: Huawei CFO finally returns China, dealt with U.S. [Updated]
Update – Huawei Statement:
Huawei has shared a statement on this matter, check it below
“United States Department of Justice (DOJ) and Huawei Technologies Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou have reached a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) in a case bringing federal charges against Ms. Meng for bank and wire fraud. In 2018, Ms. Meng was arrested in Canada in connection with the U.S. charges, and since that time, she has been living in Canada while a Canadian court considers the United States’ request for Ms. Meng’s extradition. Zuckerman Spaeder partner William W. Taylor, III, one of the lawyers who represents Ms. Meng, issued the following statement:
“I’m very pleased that Sabrina Meng and the U.S. Department of Justice have reached a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) and it has been approved by Judge Donnelly. Under the terms of this agreement, Ms. Meng will not be prosecuted further in the United States, and the extradition proceedings in Canada will be terminated. She has not pleaded guilty and we fully expect the indictment will be dismissed with prejudice after fourteen months. Now, she will be free to return home to be with her family.”
Back in 2018, Meng Wanzhou, CFO (Chief Financial Officer) at Huawei arrested at Vancouver, Canada airport. And after nearly three years, Huawei CFO returns to China following a deal with the U.S. on the matter of alleged bank fraud.
According to Reuters, Meng and the U.S. prosecutors signed an agreement to end the bank fraud case. Following this settlement, it’s become possible for Huawei CFO to return to China years after a tight relationship between the U.S. and China.
Just after spreading the news of a settlement between Huawei CFO and the U.S. prosecutors, China released two Canadian citizens, which were jailed around two years back following the Huawei official’s arrest, stated by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
To be mentioned, Beijing (China) has denied that there’s no connection between the arrest of Canadian citizens and Huawei Meng. Meanwhile, the PM of Canada said that the country will be incredibly happy to know, Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor are on a plane and they’re coming home.
Huawei Meng release: Behind the scene!
The report reveals that the Huawei CFO and the US prosecutors’ settlement process had begun earlier yesterday (Friday), in which the official joined the hearing by video conferencing in Brooklyn USA courtroom. The judge accepted the prosecution agreement related to fraud charges.
Going forward, the British Columbia Supreme Court of Canada, led by Justice Heather Holmes, passed the petition of withdrawal of the extradition order. John Gibb-Carsley, the attorney who was involved in the case, confirmed that it’s the “final chapter” of the case.
Moment: Before leaving for China, Meng Wanzhou thanked Holmes, outside the Vancouver courthouse, the Crown, and Canada for “upholding the rule of law.”
At the same time, Canada’s Justice Department issued a formal statement after the hearing to confirm Meng was free to leave the country.
Three years earlier:
On a U.S. warrant, Huawei Meng was arrested at Vancouver International Airport and charged with bank and wire fraud for allegedly misleading HSBC in 2013 about the company’s telecommunications equipment business dealings in Iran.
Since December 2018, Huawei CFO’s case has been connected to “the Michaels” when the policemen of Canada arrested her at the Vancouver airport on a U.S. warrant. Following this, China arrested two Canadian men and the story has continued since then.
New programming language will launch for Huawei HarmonyOS and EulerOS
On September 25, Huwaei launched its brand new operating system – OpenEuler that is designed for digital infrastructure. That’s not it, Huawei has something more to reveal on this matter that is related to the development of both EulerOS and HarmonyOS.
Deng Taihua, Vice President and President of Huawei Computing Product Line was interviewed by the Chinese media. During the interview, Deng revealed that OpenEuler and OpenHarmony projects share the same capabilities and ecosystem interoperability.
EulerOS and HarmonyOS:
Den mentioned that the core technologies of these two operating systems are shared. In the future, these two OS will further strengthen their core areas including security, programming languages, device driver frameworks, and distributed soft buses. In terms of ecosystem interoperability, the system of these two realizes application, device, developers as well as university ecosystem.
New Huawei Programming Language:
Deng said Huawei will launch a new research programming language CJ for HarmonyOS and EulerOS application development. However, the official didn’t reveal any further details on this matter.
Earlier this year, Huawei filed a registration name patent for “Cangjie Language” and it’s classified under 42 international categories for design and research. This trademark is expected to be for the programming language of Huawei.
According to the information, the patent was officially filed in February and its status is currently pending. Similarly, Huawei has also applied for a trademark “Cangjie” as the keyword found by Huawei and also for Huawei Cangjie.
Last September, some Weibo users rumored that Huawei was developing its own programming language, named “Cangjie”. Also, this development is underway for a long time and it’s expected that some specific details will be announced in 2021.
Huawei’s Rotating Chairman – Eric Xu said HarmonyOS and Euler, both will be open source and the company will focus on building these two operating systems in the future.
In terms of working terminology, HarmonyOS is used for smart devices, IoT, industrial use cases. On the other hand, Euler is designed for servers, edge computing, cloud, and more.
(via – Tech Sina)
EulerOS: A new open source Huawei operating system
Huawei has been working on a lot of software technologies, and now the company has a new version of its OpenEuler project – EulerOS. This is an open-source operating system that is designed for the digital infrastructure. According to Huawei, EulerOS is built to use for a variety of equipment and devices including servers, cloud computing, edge computing embedded systems, and more.
The EulerOS Application scenario covers sectors – Information Technology), CT (Communication Technology), and OT (Operational Technology). These quality and area coverage allows EulerOS to achieve unified operating system support multi-device application development for a seamless experience in all scenarios.
Deng Taihua, President of Huawei’s Computing Product Line, said that the “fragmented” status of the operating system has led to a large number of “soft chimneys” in digital infrastructure, bringing challenges such as ecosystem fragmentation, repeated application development, and cumbersome coordination. The new era of digitalization calls for a new unified operations system.
In the ICT field, Huawei provides products and solutions such as servers, storage, cloud services, edge computing, base stations, routers, industrial control, etc., all of which need to be equipped with operating systems. Therefore, Huawei has been building capabilities to achieve a unified operating system architecture. Meet the needs of different application scenarios.
This new upgrade of Euler also supports the needs of various forms of equipment such as servers, cloud computing, edge computing, and embedded devices. It supports diverse computing and is committed to providing a safe, stable, and easy-to-use operating system.
By providing deterministic protection capabilities for applications, it supports applications in the OT field and the integration of OT and ICT. So far, the newly released Euler operating system can cover all scenarios of digital infrastructure from IT, CT to OT.
Euler creatively proposes full-stack atomic decoupling, supports flexible version construction, free combination of services, and flexibly supports southbound diverse devices and northbound full-scene applications through a set of architecture.
Unified OS with multi-device support:
- It adopts a full-component atomic architecture, supports flexible core combination, and full-stack service-based on-demand construction, which can be flexibly tailored and constructed on-demand according to different resource capabilities and business characteristics of the device to meet the requirements of different devices for operating systems.
- Support self-service construction, “menu-style” configuration of the kernel and system services, and flexible combination of different levels of software packages, files, functions, etc., to automate and simplify the construction of operating system versions.
- Provide a multi-device collaboration kit, including “edge-cloud” collaboration, unified data, network, and management. Cluster multi-node collaboration, which can support PB-level memory pools, achieve mutual assistance and resource sharing between different devices and maximize hardware performance.
Develop Once, deploy on any platform:
- Standard API to realize the unification of operating system and application interaction language.
- Euler SDK uniformly encapsulates the data, audio, video, and security capabilities required by various applications, enabling minimal development and enhancing application performance.
- Euler Devkit provides plug-ins such as cross-device development wizards and automatic test platforms and can be easily integrated into mainstream application development platforms.
Compatible with HarmonyOS:
Euler and HarmonyOS have realized core technology sharing. In the future, they plan to build a distributed soft bus capability in Euler, so that devices equipped with Euler’s operating system can automatically identify and connect to HarmonyOS devices.
Follow-up to further realize sharing in security OS, device driver framework, and new programming languages. Through the sharing of capabilities and the realization of ecosystem interoperability, “Euler + HarmonyOS” can better serve the entire digital scene.
On September 24, 2021, Huawei also released the first version of OpenEuler 21.09 that supports all scenarios of digital infrastructure, which will be launched in the community on September 30.
This version not only enhances the capabilities of servers and cloud computing scenarios but also supports edge computing and embedded scenarios. In the first quarter of 2022, the Euler open source community will release a community LTS version that supports the integration of all scenarios, enabling partners to release commercial releases for different scenarios.
Euler has received active support and response from the industry and is the most dynamic open source community in China. Up to now, more than 6,000 developers and more than 100 companies, universities, organizations, and institutions have joined the Euler community, bringing together the entire industry chain from processors, complete machines, operating system release vendors, to industrial applications, and more than ten leading companies in mainstream operating systems release commercial versions based on Euler.