Yes, it’s interesting news that just broke out, the U.S. has revised the plans to transfer important technologies to restricted companies including Huawei. This may lead us to ease U.S. sanctions posted on Huawei.
So, what does it actually means for the company and for everyone, and is this a result of the fear that is now haunting the U.S.?
According to Bloomberg, The U.S. Commerce Department has decided to come up with some so-called new “standards” which would allow even restricted companies to access U.S.-made technologies. However, there’s a direct catch, that these companies must have to obey what these standards decided by the commerce department.
What are these standards? It says, that the company will have to engage in a conversation with the commerce body to get further clarification on this matter.
“US stakeholders need to be fully engaged in international standards organizations, particularly where the critical but sometimes invisible standards that they set have important national security as well as commercial implications,” Alan Estevez, the Commerce undersecretary for industry and security, said in the statement.
“Today’s rule provides much-needed clarification to US industry and other organizations that will allow for continued US leadership in these critical bodies.”
In 2019, Huawei has been included in the Entity List, a program to ban Huawei from accessing or selling technology to the U.S. market. That has brought a big lack of accessing new components and technologies to make new products.
One such example includes the ousting of Google Mobile Services (GMS) and another includes chipsets for both mobiles and ICT business.
The entire scenario has affected greatly Huawei and its subsidiaries. The revenue decline so does its market share in different categories of products.
Still, the company has decided to keep up and make new products with what it has in hand. Such an example could be seen in the sharing of patent technologies to generate extra revenue and make good use of existing stocks.
Meanwhile, Huawei continues to dig deep into new technologies and this could be clearly seen in advancements such as Satellite Calling, yes, it’s a new kind of advancement that has brought this Chinese company to fight head to head with Apple. Not even Samsung could do that but Huawei did.
On the other hand, Huawei keeps on looking for new ways to get chipsets or investing in companies that could advance in chipset precision technologies.
Yes! The U.S. doesn’t want to lose its lead over the technological world and for that, the best way is to open access to required technologies for all of the restricted firms. Another aspect is, that these firms bring a large share of income and revenue, as their absence causes big trouble for their business partner in the U.S, and the ease of Huawei sanctions might help big on this matter.
Currently, the commerce department has not announced the list of technologies that will be shared with Huawei but we’ll keep you posted with any further remarks on this matter.
Huawei Hi Nova 10 5G to launch on October 20
Huawei Nova 10 series is a high-end member of the Nova family. The firm has unveiled two variants in this series: the standard and the Pro model. But looks like, a new reflection of the Huawei smartphone, named Hi Nova 10 5G is going to launch soon.
According to the recent post on Weibo, brought by the famous blogger @FactoryDirectoryShiGuan, China Post Communications is going to launch a replicate of the Huawei Nova 10 – Hi Nova 10 with 5G capability on the consumer ground.
Giving a clue regarding the launch time, the tipster mentions in his post that the Hi Nova 10 will come into existence this month. As of the release date, we could find the duplicate version of the Nova 10 smartphone around October 20.
Since Hi Nova 10 is an upgraded version of the original Nova 10th handset, there aren’t many differences between the two devices. But, in terms of network, the Hi Nova 10 is one step ahead. Unlike the Huawei models, Hi Nova 10 exhibits 5G services.
Another significant contrast is the operating system. While the Nova 10 series has started receiving the HarmonyOS 3.0 beta segments, Hi Nova 10 5G will appear with a system similar to the HarmonyOS 2.0. What else? Well, we can only get an accurate idea of the device after its release.
Hi Nova 10 5G – Already Certified!
In July, the Hi Nova 10 5G has already entered the 3C Certification procedure. With model numbers MGZ-BD00 and ALH-BD00, the device came into the testing of networks very early. However, after that, Hi Nova 10 matter got inactive in the headlines.
While the certification procedure, it came to knowledge that just like the Nova 10 series, Hi Nova 10 5G will also support 66W and 100W super-fast charging. Consequently, there are several interesting facts that the device is going to offer its users.
For the moment, things aren’t much clear in this concept. Let’s wait till October 20 and see what new additions and exceptions will the Hi Nova 10 5G will bring to the surface.
Huawei-Dronetech will bring 5G smart farming facilities to Austria
On October 4, Huawei and Dronetech has shaken their hands to provide 5G smart farming facilities in Austria. In this aspect, both cooperations will work on introducing new 5G technologies that can aid sustainability in the agriculture field.
Dronetech is one of the largest drone service providers in Austria. Recently, the company came in touch with Huawei to initiate the 5G spectrum in the region. Currently, both firms have started to expand their partnership and bring new 5G-oriented applications to the country.
Last year, Huawei and Dronetech brought their pioneer project regarding the 5G and IoT tech advancement for smart farming. Besides, the companies also met the agricultural experts and discussed how 5G technology can promote sustainable farm business.
Now both companies are looking forward to new inventions that can elevate the growth of smart farming in Austria. Currently, Huawei and Dronetech announced that they have entered the second stage ‘Digital Sky’ for farming-related services.
Consequently, at this stage, Huawei will provide cloud computing services along with 5G. This will be the base for real-time AI analysis. In the meantime, Dronetech’s drone, equipped with high-resolution cameras and sensors will inspect the land and objects. By doing so, it will provide active scenarios to operators instantly.
The companies will also develop a shared economy procedure for drone facilities. So that users can easily rent the drone technologies and can use their applications for a variety of purposes.
New technologies build smart ways of farming!
As a result of these technologies, farmers would be able to notice small insects, monitor the crop status, predict harvest, can optimize the use of water, and utilize the chemicals and pesticides precisely, with minimum wastage.
Though, network coverage is still a big challenge in such technology. As of now, 5G connections are working for the end-user who resides indoors (ground level). However, drones that fly 50 meters above still need some best network solutions.
But anyhow, both tech officials will possibly bring new technology for the benefit of the Austrian consumers. The CEO of Dronetech – David Hopf conveyed the following message:
“AI-powered drones are important enablers for the sustainable future of agriculture. Partnered with Huawei, we developed a solution that can not only massively reduce the use of pesticides and fertilizers but also enhance farming efficiency and cut labor costs. This helps our food supply chains to be more sustainable.”
Huawei P50 Pro suddenly disappeared from global markets
There’s a lot more happening in the Huawei world, the company is making changes in the P50 Pro and they started to appear in the global market, as the phone has now disappeared.
Huawei has recently pulled all of the Huawei P50 Pro models from global markets and it’s happened quite suddenly. But why? To find an answer, we need to look at recent development.
Huawei has marked some changes in the design of the P50 series in China, the Chinese tech maker has removed the Leica branding on these two devices.
To confirm, Huawei has listed these phones on Vmall and the official Huawei China consumers website. As for now, Huawei has not officially confirmed any reason but we get the idea.
Similarly, Huawei P50 Pro global models have disappeared from markets around the globe. A week ago, all of the store pages were available with the message ‘No results found error.
Guys over Huaweiblog also confirm that something has happened and Huawei has flipped the same table for the global consumers. Still, the webpage has not been repaired.
Currently, the Huawei P series is completely outcasted from the portfolio and there’s only the P50 Pocket that is holding the board.
Specs of the phone have not been changed and the company has only removed a small change on the device. Hence, we can expect the phone to feature the same figure as before.
Huawei P50 Pro:
This flaghip comes with a dual-matrix camera design, 120Hz refresh rate display, 100X zoom, and a 100-degree ultra-wide-angle camera. It has 66W supercharge and 50W wireless charging support and EMUI 12 software.