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Xiaomi MIUI/Android Security Update Tracker: February 2022

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Xiaomi has rolled out the MIUI/Android security update in February 2022 for several of its smartphones. Thoughtfully, these roll-outs approach most of the company’s devices including the flagship, mid-range, and budget-friendly phones in various regions.

Security updates are those updates that confront minor issues and errors in the system. These updates are generally termed as security patches that appear either with increment in the performance level, revamping any feature, or else with bug fixes.

With respect to the MIUI/Android security update in February 2022, these patches optimize the performance level. As well as it ensures smooth running functions and stability in the security system of the device.

February 2022 MIUI/Android Security Update

MIUI/Android Security Update February 2022

January 4, 2022

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Redmi Note 7:

Redmi Note 7 users receive the October 2021 security patch across the globe. Consequently, this update delivers an increase in the firmness of the security system.

January 6, 2022

Redmi Note 9 5G:

Besides the MIUI 12.5/Android 11 software, the Redmi Note 9 5G receives the new security patch update to December 2021. Along with solidity to the security system, it provides prolonged battery life to the device.

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January 11, 2022

Redmi Note 8 Pro:

The Redmi Note 8 Pro users in China receive an updated Android security patch to December 2021. Additionally, the patch brings an enhancement to the security system and increases its stability.

January 18, 2022

Redmi 10 MIUI/Android Security UpdateRedmi 10:

In addition to MIUI 12.5 Enhanced/Android 11 software, the users in Taiwan are also receiving an updated Android security patch to January 2022. As a result of the new security patch, the security segment of the core becomes tougher towards the bugs and issues.

Redmi K30 4G:

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Aside from the Android 11 rooted software, the Redmi K30 4G also grabs a fresh security patch to January 2022. Accordingly, the device now is able to process a more stable and reliable security system.

January 19, 2022

Redmi Note 9:

The Redmi Note 9 smartphone receives the updated Android security patch to January 2022 globally. Hence, now the users can experience better functioning and operating management in their device.

January 20, 2022

Redmi 10:

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The users in Taiwan are having the access to stable fast-boot updates of MIUI 12.5/Android 11 software. Along with this, they receive an updated security patch to January 2022.

January 21, 2022

Redmi Note 8 Pro:

In addition to the MIUI 12.5/Android 11 software, the Redmi Note 8 Pro devices are also receiving a new security patch. It is updated to January 2022 MIUI patch thus, resulting in better stability to the security system.

January 24, 2022

Redmi Note 9 January 2022 updateRedmi Note 9:

The users in Taiwan receive the Android security patch updated to January 2022. Along with boosting the performance grade of the device, it also strengthens the security system.

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Mi 11 LE:

Besides the MIUI 12.5 software, the Mi 11 LE users in China also obtain an updated security patch to December 2021. This patch update makes the security section of the device more solid and reliable.

Redmi Note 11 Pro/Pro+:

The Chinese users can enjoy the goodness of the fresh security patch which is updated to January 2022. This patch makes the internal core more responsive and increases the stability of the security system.

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Redmi 9:

In addition to the MIUI 12.5 software, the Redmi 9 users are also receiving an updated security patch to January 2022 across the globe.

Redmi Note 10S:

Excluding the Android 11 based software, the global users are grabbing an updated security patch to January 2022 as well. This update not only enhances the performance of the device but also strengthens the security system.

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Redmi Note 8 Pro:

Including the MIUI 12.5/Android 11 software, the Chinese users can now experience a new security patch updated to December 2021.

January 25, 2022

Redmi Note 8 Pro:

Additionally to the Android 11 rooted software, the updated security patch to January 2022 is now available to all users across the globe. Consequently, the patch makes the security system more persistent and stable.

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January 26, 2022

Redmi Note 10S January 2022 security updateRedmi Note 10S:

Besides the MIUI 12.5/Android 11 firmware, Turkey users have access to the updated Android security patch to January 2022. Further, this patch increases the solidity and durability of the internal system.

Mi 11 LE:

The Mi 11 LE users in China receive a new security patch re-equipped to January 2022 along with the MIUI 12.5/Android 11 software as well.

Redmi 9T:

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In addition to the Android 11 based software, Turkey users can now access the updated security patch to January 2022. This patch provides better stability and functioning management to the device.

January 27, 2022

Redmi Note 9 January 2022 security updateRedmi Note 9:

Ultimately, the Indian users receive the revamped security patch to January 2022 along with MIUI 12.5. Further to this, the security update enhances the security system and provides more firmness to it.

Mi 10i:

On top of MIUI 12.5 software, Mi 10i receives a security patch which is upgraded to January 2022 in India. This patch makes the security system more solid and productive for the users.

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Xiaomi 12X:

In addition to the latest software MIUI 13/Android 12, Xiaomi 12X devices receive upgraded security patches to December 2021 as well. Along with better performing ability, it also offers a fast and secure core system.

January 28, 2022

Redmi Note 10S:

The Indonesian users of Redmi Note 10S grabs an updated security patch to January 2022. Further, this update brings an enhancement in the overall functioning management of the smartphone.

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January 29, 2022

Redmi Note 10S:

Apart from the MIUI 12.5/Android 11 software, Redmi Note 10S receives an updated Android security patch to January 2022 globally. Moreover, the patch provides an increment in the stability of the security section in the device framework.

Redmi Note 9:

The Taiwan users are receiving a new security patch revamped to January 2022. It not only makes the device capable of smooth processing of operations but also strengthens the security framework of the device.

February 3, 2022

Xiaomi 11i January 2022 updateXiaomi 11i:

Initially, the Xiaomi 11i smartphone is receiving a security patch that is upgraded to January 2022 in India. Apart from the increment in the stability of the security system, it also offers optimization related to the optical lens settings and issues.

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POCO M2:

The POCO M2 users in India get the January 2022 security patch through the OTA format. Further, this security patch brings enrichment to the security section of the device and repairs minor bugs and issues of the core.

February 4, 2022

Mi Note 10 Lite:

The Mi Note 10 Lite users are receiving the new updated security patch January 2022 across the globe. Currently, the update is taking place via OTA (over the air) format.

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February 5, 2022

Redmi 9A:

The Redmi 9A smartphones are accessing the updated security patch to January 2022 all around the globe. The users are grabbing the update through OTA along with MIUI 12.5 Enhanced software.

February 7, 2022

Mi Note 10/Note 10 Pro January 2022 update

Mi Note 10/Note 10 Pro: 

The global users of Mi Note 10/Note 10 Pro are receiving the January 2022 security patch. The patch is available via OTA and delivers an increment in the stability of the security system.

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Mi 10i:

The Mi 10i users in India can now experience better solidity and firmness in the security system with January 2022 security update. The update accompanies by MIUI 12.5 software.

Mi Note 10 Lite:

The Mi Note 10 Lite users in Turkey receive the updated security patch to January 2022. The patch enhances the longevity and core of the security system in the device.

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February 9, 2022

Redmi 9:

The global, as well as Chinese users of Redmi 9 devices, are receiving a new security patch – January 2022. The new updated patch brings increased system security along with better stability.

Redmi Note 10S:

The Redmi Note 10S smartphones are accessing the updated security patch January 2022 in Indonesia. The patch delivers various repairs over bugs and issues of the system.

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Redmi 9T:

The company is rolling out the January 2022 security patch for the global users of Redmi 9T across the globe. The update is available via OTA (over the air).

Redmi Note 9 Pro Max:

The Indian users of the device are grabbing the new security patch January 2022 along with MIUI 12.5 Enhanced. The update is obtainable through OTA format.

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Redmi 10X 4G:

The Redmi 10X 4G is grabbing the updated security patch January 2022 via OTA. Through this patch, the users will experience the smooth functionality of the system.

February 10, 2022

Redmi Note 9:

The Redmi Note 9 users are attaining the January 2022 security patch globally. The updated patch offers firmness and persistence to the security system.

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Redmi 9T:

The users in Turkey can have a more stable experience with the new January 2022 security patch. It increases the performance level as well as the responsiveness of the core system towards the users.

Redmi Note 11S/POCO M4 Pro 4G:

The global users of Redmi Note 11S/POCO M4 Pro 4G devices receive the updated security patch January 2022. The update is in the process of approaching the devices through OTA.

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POCO X2:

POCO X2 devices in India are obtaining the January 2022 MIUI update. The update is hovering through the OTA method and brings enhancement to the security structure of the device.

February 11, 2022

Xiaomi 11i 5G:

The Indian users can now have a reliant and durable security system experience with the new security patch January 2022. The update is available for the devices via OTA.

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Redmi Note 9:

Redmi Note 9 users are receiving a new security patch update in India. The security patch January 2022 delivers a tougher structure to the security segment and enhances the overall functionality of the device.

Redmi Note 11 Pro/Pro+:

The initial rollout of the updated security patch January 2022 for Redmi Note 11 Pro/Pro+ is taking place in China. The update enhances the stability of the security section of the internal system.

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Mi 11 Lite 5G:

The flagship smartphone Mi 11 Lite 5G users are accessing the updated security patch January 2022 in Japan. The update is hovering in the region via OTA and may reach all the devices in a while.

Redmi K30 4G:

The users in China can now experience a more stable security system with the new security patch update. The January 2022 MIUI update brings reliable and durable security components.

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Mi Note 10 Lite:

The Mi Note 10 Lite installs the new January 2022 security patch in Turkey. The security patch appears in a stable fast-boot update for the users with better stability for the interface.

February 14, 2022

POCO F3:

The POCO F3 smartphone users in Indonesia are grabbing the latest Android security patch. January 2022 MIUI update offers a finer and a reliant security surface with better improvements.

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Mi 10 Lite:

The January 2022 security patch is rolling out for Mi 10 Lite devices throughout the globe. The users are able to access the security patch update via OTA (over the air).

Mi 11 Lite 5G:

The users residing in Japan can experience a better security system and smooth operating management with January 2022 security update.

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Xiaomi 11T Pro:

The flagship smartphone Xiaomi 11T Pro is receiving the updated security patch January 2022 update. The update is in access to Japanese users through the OTA format.

February 15, 2022

 

Redmi Note 10 5G:

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Xiaomi is rolling out a new security patch for Redmi Note 10 5G in China. The January 2022 update is available for the users in the respective region through the OTA method.

Redmi Note 9S:

The Redmi Note 9S users in Europe are receiving the updated Android security patch to January 2022. The update enhances the stability of the security structure and provides smooth functioning to it.

Redmi 9A/9i/9A Sport:

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The Redmi 9A/9i/9A sport smartphones are accessing the new security patch January 2022 in India. At the moment, the update is available via OTA (over the air).

February 16, 2022

Redmi Note 11S/POCO M4 Pro 4G:

Xiaomi has started sending the January 2022 security patch for Redmi Note 11S/POCO M4 Pro 4G devices across the globe. The new security patch strengthens the security system of the device.

Redmi Note 11 5G:

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The Chinese users are able to receive the January 2022 security update through the OTA (over the air) format in the respective region. This patch provides increment to the stability of the core structure.

Mi Note 10/Note 10 Pro:

The Mi Note 10 and Note 10 Pro devices are grabbing a new security patch which is updated to January 2022. The update is accessed throughout the globe.

Xiaomi Pad 5:

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The huge screen device installs January 2022 security patch for European users via OTA. The new patch comes with an update that offers various new and exciting features.

Redmi Note 9 Pro Max:

The Redmi Note 9 Pro Max receives an updated Android security patch January 2022 in India. The patch appears with MIUI 12.5 Enhanced software to the device.

POCO M2 Pro:

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The POCO M2 Pro installs the new January 2022 security patch in India. This security patch delivers a stable and more reliable security framework to the smartphone that enriches the user experience to the next level.

Redmi 9T:

The Global users of the budget-friendly smartphones are receiving a new security patch January 2022. The security patch helps increase the stability of the system as per the changelog.

Xiaomi 11i/Hypercharge:

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The Hypercharge smartphone users can experience better stability in their device security with January 2022 security patch. The patch also offers optimizations with respect to optical concerns.

February 17, 2022

POCO X3 NFC:

The European users are able to access an updated security patch January 2022. The update is hovering in the region via OTA (over the air) format and may delay the approach process.

Redmi 9:

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The Redmi 9 smartphone is receiving January 2022 security patch in Russia through the OTA method. The update brings better improvements for the security system of the device.

POCO M3:

The POCO M3 smartphone users are accessing a new security patch January 2022 across the globe. Being an OTA update, the users may face some delay in receiving the new update to their device.

Redmi 9C:

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The global users of Redmi 9C can now experience a more stable and reliable security framework in their device with December 2021 security patch.

Mi 10:

Xiaomi is initially rolling out the updated security patch January 2022 for Mi 10 smartphones in China. The OTA update appears with several new implements and optimizations to the device.

Redmi Note 10S:

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Xiaomi has started pushing its January 2022 security patch for Redmi Note 10S smartphones. The update is in access of Indian users at present via OTA format.

February 18, 2022

POCO X3 Pro:

The POCO X3 users are receiving the updated security patch January 2022 to their device in Europe. The updates are hovering over the region via OTA and may take some time to reach all the devices.

POCO C31:

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The entry-level smartphone receives the January 2022 security patch for Indian users. The users are able to grab the respective update through OTA format.

Mi 10:

The Mi 10 smartphone users are installing the new security update January 2022 to their devices. The update is available in Europe at the current time.

Mi 10T/Mi 10T Pro:

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Xiaomi rolls out a new updated security patch January 2022 for Mi 10T/ Mi 10T Pro devices in Europe and Indonesia. The update increases the stability of the security system and is available via OTA.

February 20, 2022

Mi 11 LE:

The Chinese users are grabbing an updated security patch for their Mi 11 LE devices in China. The security patch is rolling out through the OTA (over the air) format in the respective region.

February 21, 2022

Redmi Note 10 5G:

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The updated Android security patch January 2022 is all set for Redmi Note 10 5G devices in Europe, Indonesia, Taiwan, and Turkey. The users residing in the particular region are able to access the update via OTA.

POCO X3 Pro:

The POCO X3 Pro users in Russia are receiving a new security patch which is updated to January 2022. Undoubtedly, the patch enhances the system’s stability and makes it more resistant to defects.

Mi 10 Lite:

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Xiaomi is rolling out the updated security patch January 2022 for global and European users. The new security patch adds better stability as well as durability to the security system of the device.

POCO F3:

The POCO F3 users in Indonesia and Taiwan are receiving an updated security patch January 2022 to their devices. Thus, the security patch offers a firmness to the security system of the device.

Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G:

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The Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G installs the updated security patch January 2022.  The update is available for the users residing in China through the OTA format.

Mi 11 Lite 4G:

The Indian and global users are receiving a new security patch which is updated to January 2022. The users with global ROM can surely observe many fascinating features with the new update.

Xiaomi 11T Pro: 

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The global users of Xiaomi 11T Pro devices are accessing the January 2022 security patch update via OTA. The update appears with MIUI 13 along with various optimizations.

Redmi Note 10T/POCO M3 Pro:

Xiaomi is pushing off its updated security patch January 2022 for Redmi Note 10T/POCO M3 Pro devices in Russia and India. The patch is approaching the eligible devices via OTA (over the air).

Redmi Note 10 Pro:

The Redmi Note 10 Pro receives January 2022 security patch along with the latest MIUI 13 software. The update is accessed throughout the globe via OTA and brings numerous changes to the device.

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Mi 10S:

The users in China are receiving an updated security patch January 2022 for their Mi 10S devices via OTA. Further, the new patch offers tough solidity to the security framework of the device.

February 22, 2022

Redmi Note 10 Pro:

The Indonesian users are accessing the January 2022 security patch along through the OTA (over the air) method. Moreover, the updated patch provides a steady base for the security system of the device.

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Redmi Note 11S 4G/POCO M4 Pro 4G:

The tech giant Xiaomi is rolling out its new security patch that is updated to February 2022 for Redmi Note 11S 4G/POCO M4 Pro 4G devices across the globe. Though it’s an OTA update, the approaching process may face some delay.

Redmi Note 9S:

The January 2022 security patch update is released for the Redmi Note 9S smartphones throughout the globe. Thus, the users are experiencing a strengthened security framework via the OTA method.

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Xiaomi 12X:

The flagship smartphone Xiaomi 12X receives January 2022 security patch along with MIUI 13 software. Apart from the stable security system, the update also offers many new and refreshing elements to the device.

Redmi Note 9 5G:

The Chinese users are receiving January 2022 security update for Redmi Note 9 5G devices. As a result, the new patch repairs the issues and offers bug fixes to the internal system.

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February 23, 2022

Redmi Note 9 Pro:

Xiaomi has started pushing off the January 2022 security patch for Redmi Note 9 Pro users in India. The update is hovering in the region via OTA and provides solidity to the security surface.

Redmi 9A/9i/9A Sport:

The budget-friendly smartphones Redmi 9A/9i/9A Sport are receiving the January 2022 MIUI update in India. Meanwhile, the Russian users are receiving February 2022 security patch for Redmi 9A devices. Furthermore, the update is available with the Android 10 based MIUI interface.

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POCO X3 Pro:

The users in Indonesia and Turkey are grabbing the updated security patch January 2022. Whereas, Indian users can access the new security patch December 2021. These updates are available in the respective regions via OTA.

POCO F2 Pro:

Xiaomi is rolling out the January 2022 security patch for POCO F2 Pro smartphones in Europe and throughout the globe. The users are able to access the update via OTA format.

Redmi 10 Prime:

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The February 2022 security patch is ready to set up in Redmi 10 Prime devices. Also, the update is present for the Indian users via OTA and provides a more stable security base to the system.

POCO M3:

Xiaomi has released the January 2022 security patch for POCO M3 devices in Europe, and Indonesia. Certainly, the security patch provides finer stability and persistence to the system software.

POCO X3 Pro:

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The Indian users can enjoy a stable experience with December 2021 MIUI update. Owing to the changelog, the security patch increases the reliance and permanence of the security system.

Redmi 10X 4G:

The Redmi 10X 4G users are receiving an updated security patch for their devices in China. Consequently, this security patch adds persistency and firmness to the security system of the interface.

Redmi Note 10:

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The Redmi Note 10 smartphones receive December 2021 MIUI update. Accordingly, the patch offers better enhancement to the security and overall segments of the device.

February 24, 2022

 

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Huawei is building its own semiconductor ecosystem: Report

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In the past year, Huawei ramped up efforts to explore the semiconductor world to build its own semiconductor ecosystem, reveals a new report.

Digitimes reports, Huawei is making a low-key entry into multiple semiconductor segments to build its own semiconductor ecosystem. In order to do so, Huawei is now making long-term agreements with equipment and materials suppliers from Taiwan. This is quite interesting development but there are no specific details revealed about the suppliers.

Ban and Progress:

In 2019, Huawei was added to U.S. Entity List, a program to ban the company. This restricts Huawei from accessing core U.S.-made technologies. The ban severely affected various businesses including telecom and smartphones.

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In 2020, the U.S. blocked Huawei’s reach for chipset and restricted the ability to print designs with companies such as TSMC. This led Huawei to drop manufacturing of new Kirin smartphone chipsets.

That’s not it, US regime also tightened curbs on the Chinese semiconductor industry. In October this year, major Chinese companies were banned by the Biden administration citing national security risks.

Huawei is Preparing:

Despite being attacked, Huawei is continuously ramping up research and development on various technologies. Huawei increased R&D spending to 142.7 billion yuan ($20.65 billion) last year, which is equal to 22.4% of its total revenue.

The Chinese tech maker is expanding partnerships with other home ground semiconductor players and building producing facilities in various areas including – Qingdao, Beijing, and Wuhan.

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It is a key base for developing silicon carbide chips, a type of power semiconductor that future cars will need in massive quantities.

On the flip side, Huawei is recruiting new global talent specialized in developing power semiconductors, in which, German chipmaker Infineon Technologies is the top player. Adding to this, Huawei is also looking for experts in central processing unit architecture.

Coming to China, Huawei is hiring processor chips, radio frequency components, and analog chips, as well as chip-packaging design and testing experts in Xi’an, Chengdu, Nanjing, Shanghai, Wuhan, Hangzhou, and Shenzhen.

A report from NikkeiAsia reveals that Huawei is focusing on breakthroughs and not the cost of the breakthrough itself.

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Currently, the aim is to progress in the production of core chips for telecom base stations, surveillance cameras, automotive applications, and smartphones as soon as possible. Huawei is also pursuing rebuilding its whole supply chain. This includes manufacturing, packaging, and stacking, as well as chipmaking materials and equipment.

Analysts:

However, Industry analysts have their own opinion on this matter.

“It’s almost impossible that a complete semiconductor supply chain could be built all by one country without foreign help. It may need some political negotiations after all,” said Bernstein Research’s Li.

Conclusion:

The question is when Huawei will complete its own chipset ecosystem. The answer to that question depends on time because it’s a crucial element in the research and development of any technology. As for now, none of this information has been confirmed by Huawei via official channels.

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Huawei Winter 2022 launch to reschedule on December 9

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Huawei could reschedule Winter 2022 Launch Event on December 9. It was postponed due to the passing away of a former Chinese leader. Initially, Huawei planned to hold this event on December 2. Yet, Huawei along with other Chinese firms chose to delay their programs.

The latest input comes from a well-known Weibo tipster, saying that Huawei has rescheduled the Winter 2022 launch event to December 9. At the event, Huawei will unveil a bunch of products including the Huawei Watch Buds, Nova 10 SE, Enjoy 50z, and Children’s Watch 5X.

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Huawei Watch Buds:

It’s one of the most anticipated smartwatches on the planet as it continues to rumble on the internet as a viral gadget over the past week. Why? Because of the 2-in-1 mechanism of Huawei Watch Buds smartwatch.

The smartwatch has a regular smartwatch design but it also brings you a pair of wireless earphones inside. To unveil the earbuds, you need to open the display from the bottom side. This is quite an interesting design and we’re excited to see that on the launch stage.

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Huawei Nova 10 SE:

This phone is already out in the global market but it is now ready to make an appearance among Chinese consumers. What’s interesting about this phone? Well, it offers a Nova 10 like design and a 108-megapixel main camera that could take powerful pictures in all types of environments.

The design of this phone is also polished and gives a new look entirely based on its premium aesthetics.

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Huawei Enjoy 50Z:

The Enjoy 50Z is also a device that you may not want to miss. The phone brings a 50MP triple camera system including a 2MP macro lens and a 2MP depth of field sensor. Aside from the camera section, the 5000mAh battery of this phone is ready to bring a powerful backup.

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Huawei Children Watch 5X:

Here’s another anticipated product that will excite young Huawei consumers because Huawei Children’s Watch 5X is about children. However, this time, Huawei is ready to launch the Children’s Watch with a double experience.

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Huawei is really giving up on Europe?

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So, there are reports circulating over the Internet that Huawei is giving up on Europe. Yeah, there are various aspects behind this topic and we’ll tell you the long story short.

Huawei is quitting Europe?

No, Huawei is not giving up on Europe.

What’s happening:

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Huawei is about to relocate its workforce and business operations from different European headquarters to a single, effective and better place.

Why?

Following the U.S. sanctions, Huawei saw reduced consumer business globally. However, the report also mentions network business, which has also reduced since then.

Reducing the workforce and relocating to an active and more responsive office would help the Chinese company to save money and time. Also, it’ll help Huawei to focus on markets with active demand instead of the ones where its shares have declined severely.

These were the key points of the story and now, let’s dive into the report.

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A giant report composed by Politico featuring various Huawei internal officers and executives on how the company is reducing its activity across Europe.

It also mentions Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei’s past speech over some words including survival and working hard. These were already heard before.

There’s an explanation of how CFO Meng Wanzhou’s case, the current Russia-Ukraine war, and the recession causing mayhem for the Chinese tech maker.

According to the information, Huawei currently divides Europe into two markets: Western Europe, run from Düsseldorf; and Eastern Europe and the Nordics, with a top executive based in Warsaw.

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Interestingly, it indicates that Huawei is planning to move all of its operations and headquarters to Dusseldorf.

A Huawei Europe spokesperson said that this restricting will help to bring more synergies within the whole European business operation. It will also bring more value directly to Huawei’s customers in Europe.

As for now, Huawei has around 12000 employees and the spokesperson confirmed that these people will work efficiently and stable for the company.

Instead of Europe, Huawei will give up on the market part of the Five Eye. It’s a security group consisting of the U.S., UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. These countries either banned Huawei or restricted the firm from participating in government or private network contracts.

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Still, Huawei is selling consumer products such as smartphones, smartwatches, tablets, and other devices.

Mixing up:

To clarify Huawei owns various businesses including consumer and corporate. Hence, Huawei runs these two different businesses in different markets based on its dominance in that area.

The report mostly targets Huawei’s corporate business and its reduction after the U.S. ban. However, it doesn’t spotlight the consumer business that much.

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China:

Yes, Huawei is focusing more on its home ground because of Huawei’s popularity in the market. Therefore, leaving the rebound movement won’t make sense.

Huawei’s Future in Europe:

The report contains a lot to read, if you are interested then we encourage you to do so. Similar to the above, we think that the restructuring of the office and workforce will allow Huawei to work efficiently and effectively with less spending.

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So, Huawei will continue to operate in Europe and bring on consumer devices such as tablets, smartwatches, earphones, and computer devices to global consumers.

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