Last week, Huawei announced its first batch of devices that’ll receive the Google’s Android 10 (Q) based EMUI 10 software update. Aside from announcing these phones, Huawei hasn’t announced the date for rollout but it’ll happen very soon after Google completes its all beta phases and checks the final release.
There are many smartphone users still waiting for the latest software update, EMUI 9.0 or EMUI 9.1. We have seen this in my latest two articles where our readers showed their disappointment about the Huawei EMUI software update.
I think this is the time for Huawei to improve its software update rollout plans. Year after year, the world’s second largest smartphone manufacturer fails to deliver on its commitment for up-to-date software updates, and in doing so significantly reduces the overall tally in the process.
Other smartphone manufacturers can push updates to their smartphones as quickly as they want. The companies like OnePlus, HTC, and now Samsung too is doing better than their previous software update rollout history but it is not the same with Huawei.
I have a very serious question which is very genuine and I am sure you’ll be on my side.
When we talk about Huawei software update: The Chinese company is fair with the home users but not with others (specifically, the European users). Why I am saying this because I am currently using the latest Huawei P30 Pro and received my first update on the very next day when I opened P30 Pro. But, what about the second update? Oh wait, there’s the third update (which is very important) as well which is currently rolling in China.
If this is the case with the latest flagship from the company – you are free to think beyond.
If you go to Huawei support and ask for the software update timeline – you will get something like this: “The rollout process is random, that’s why some devices might receive it earlier and some later.”
You and I both knows that it is not true, Huawei releases a regular software update to its devices in China but takes at least 2 months (or more) to release the same software update for global users.
The latest example, it is now more than a month when Huawei released the EMUI 9.1 beta program for the Mate 20 series in China, and recently the Mate 20 series updated to the stable EMUI 9.1 in the home country. Meanwhile, the international users of the Mate 20 series are dreaming about the EMUI 9.1 beta program every day.
Although, it is not a single case: Huawei has released the EMUI 9.1 beta program for a number of smartphones in China, including Honor devices.
Now I am asking you a very serious question: Do you think Huawei should improve its EMUI software update rollout plans? Don’t forget to drop your comments if you are not happy with Huawei’s current software update plans?
[FYI: I am using the Huawei P30 Pro with EMUI 9.1 and Mate 20 Pro with EMUI 9.0. In my home, the Honor View 20 didn’t get a single software update on it, while the Honor 8X is still dreaming about the EMUI 9.0 update.]
Huawei Vehicle 3D information tech can be used for smart driving, connected vehicles, and IoV
Today, Huawei shared a Vehicle 3D information patent that will bring more accuracy during information acquisition. This patent entitled “Method and Device for Obtaining Vehicle 3D Information” has been approved by the intellectuals.
According to China Intellectual Property Database, Huawei has applied for this vehicle 3D information patent in March 2020. After clearing all examination stages, it has been published with the publication number is CN113435224A in China.
Coming to the patent document, the described method will be suitable for the Internet of Vehicles (IoV). Its application scenario includes smart driving, AI connected vehicles, connected smart cars, and more.
Now, let’s move to the method descriptions-
In this method, the essential part includes the observing modules and the target object. At first, the observing module determines the outlines for the target and then predicts the observation or heading angle of the object using previously acquired information.
Therefore, the vehicle system all necessary info of the observation angle or directing angle of the target vehicle. Furthermore, it improves the accuracy of vehicle 3D information retrieval and higher safety measurements.
Three days ago Huawei shares the solar battery patent for smart cars. When the solar battery size expands it reduces the resistance effect of the thin film. The company applied for the patent on 26th May and publishes it with the announcement number CN113421977A. (Read Full Story Here)
Yunsheng – Huawei’s first virtual human [Video]
At Huawei Connect 2021, Zhang Ping’an, CEO of Huawei CLOUD and President of Huawei Consumer Cloud Service spoke about Huawei Cloud, officially announced the first virtual human, Yunsheng. That’s not it, Yunsheng joined Huawei Cloud as the first virtual human employee. Zhang introduced Yunsheng under Huawei CLOUD’s digital content product line.
According to the information, in the YunSheng word, the Shen part of the word sounds sheng and derived from traditional Chinese. The meaning of this word translates as a musical instrument.
Huawei has developed YunSheng by using AI Automatic modeling, AI Voice drive, and AI rendering acceleration. These three technologies helped Huawei to form a perfect virtual human. During the official introduction, Yunsheng introduced Huawei Cloud use cases in a different and funky manner.
Aside from this information, Huawei has not revealed any additional aspect of the work of YunSheng in the company. However, you can check the complete video demonstration of Huawei’s first virtual human at the video linked below.
Previously, we brought you LYSA, as Huawei’s first virtual person. However, she didn’t announce by the company at any official stage compared to YunSheng.
LYSA is a female character that is designed with digital art consisting of illustration, modeling, digital rendering & high-precision automated generation, and more.
Similar to YunSheng, the characteristic of the model, it looks very lively and the skin texture, expression, eye materials as well as animations feel very real.
Huawei 100W super fast charging launched, recharge battery under 20 minutes
Huawei launched its first phone with 100W super-fast charging – Nova 9 Pro. According to the information, the latest Huawei 100W charger could recharge the 4000mAh battery of this phone in under 20 minutes, faster than ever before.
Huawei self-developed 100W fast-charging solutions that have powerful intelligent computing output. Combined with 5C high-power single cell, multi-electrode combination technology, high energy density, and low discharge loss, this 100W charger brings you a lightning-like charging experience.
The latest charging capability for this Huawei 100W brick charges around 75% faster than Huawei Nova 8 Pro that has a 66W Super charge and comes with the same capacity battery.
This charger supports maximum super-fast charging 20V/5A, compatible with 11V/6A or 10V/4A or 10V/2.25A or 4.5V/5A or 5V/4.5A super-fast charging, compatible with 9V/2A fast charging.
On the other hand, the 66W charger supports 11V/6A super fast charge, compatible with 10V/4A or 10V/2.25A or 5V/4.5A super fast charge, compatible with 9V/2A fast charge.
The Nova 9 Pro uses a dual VC + ultra-high thermal conductivity graphene three-dimensional heat dissipation system. The heat dissipation capacity is increased by 6% compared with the previous generation.
The new solution can quickly sense the heating area and immediately cool down. The superheat dissipation ability allows you to feel the continuous calm and comfortable playing experience, which helps to keep the phone cool down while taking photos, videos, and playing games.