Huawei brings Moovit app to AppGallery

21st January 2021
"Over 865 million people from 3200 cities in 106 countries have used the application that offers commute options such as bus, metro, train, bikes, e-scooters, car-sharing and ride-hailing."

Huawei keeps scoring small victories in the big quest of bringing AppGallery up to speed and making it a worthy alternative to the Google Play Store.

The company just announced that Moovit, one of the biggest urban mobility apps, can finally be downloaded from its in-house app store, providing an urban mobility solution to its users.
Moovit is an Israel-based service provider and also acts as a journey planner. The platform essentially gathers API frameworks from public transport companies worldwide and provides real-time stop-by-stop navigation, where available.

Over 865 million people from 3200 cities in 106 countries have used the application that offers commute options such as bus, metro, train, bikes, e-scooters, car-sharing, and ride-hailing.
The app is already available on Huawei AppGallery, but it can also be accessed via your web browser at moovitapp.com. The company says it has customized its web interface for Huawei’s own browser, but it can be accessed on virtually any device.

Moovit’s power comes from its huge library of public transport data and a massive army of 700,000 local volunteers, acting as editors, helping with changes at a local scale. With the help of Huawei AppGallery, Moovit will be available in at least 100 countries in 45 languages.

Previously Huawei also welcomed HERE WeGo, TomTomGo, Maps.me and Sygic on its virtual store shelves, giving those who wish to stick with its phones through these turbulent times a decent selection.

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Huawei sues US Department of Commerce

18th January 2021
"American officials seized equipment of Huawei in Alaska to see whether an export license was required"

There is a lot of tension going on between Huawei and U.S. U.S. implemented a trade ban on Huawei depriving them of doing business with U.S. based companies. Now Huawei has sued US Department of Commerce reason being telecommunications equipment seized by American officials.

According to the lawsuit, On its way back to China, American officials seized the equipment in Alaska to see whether an export license was required. Huawei sent that equipment to a California lab back in July 2017. The lawsuit claimed there was no export license requirement at the time of the equipment seizure.

Huawei already has an ongoing lawsuit against the U.S. government over claims of the company being a security risk. Huawei has been having a hard time after placement on the Entity List. After the trade ban, Huawei has been reportedly working on their own Oak OS as well as looking into a Russian fork of Sailfish OS  Android replacement.

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Huawei Annual Report 2019: Global revenue increases 19%, Net profit up by 22%

18th January 2021
"The company's global sales revenue in 2019 rounded off at CNY858.8 billion, up 19.1% year-on-year."

Huawei largest telecommunication equipment and consumer device manufacturers in the world release its annual report of the year 2019 on March 31, 2020. The report shows solid business performance while they commit to greater value to the society and customers in the coming days. The US government had put Huawei on the entity list, restricting them to use any components, products from the US. Huawei had started to create an ecosystem of its own. Huawei has recently launched the flagship P40 series phones with its Huawei Mobile Service (HMS) over the top of open-source Android OS.

Net Profit 

The annual report audited by KPMG claims, “Huawei has achieved solid business performance and commitment to creating greater value for customers and society”. The global transaction profits have reached $121.21 billion with a growth rate of 19.1%. Consequently, the net profit has risen up at $8.85 billion and its cash movement from operating actions crowned at $12.90 billion having a growth rate of 22.4%.  The company endowed 15% of its profits into R&D. The total R&D investment over decades has crossed $84.68 billion.
"2019 was an extraordinary year for Huawei," said Eric Xu, Huawei's Rotating Chairman. "Despite enormous outside pressure, our team forged ahead with a singular focus on creating value for our customers. We worked hard to earn their respect and trust, as well as that of our partners around the globe. Business remains solid."

Profit from 5G Network

The company has established 5G joint innovation centers together which has carriers worldwide to improve 5G applications. In addition to this, Huawei’s RuralStar base station solutions can help to solve rural coverage complications in inaccessible areas. These solutions are used by 40 million people over 50 countries residing in village areas. The sales revenue from this Carrier business got $41.87 billion with a Year on year(YoY) growth rate of 3.8%.

Profit from Enterprises Business

Huawei’s enterprise business continues to grow in terms of digital transformation. Globally, more than 700 cities and 228 Fortune Global 500 companies have chosen Huawei. Under its enterprise solutions, the company offers the world’s fastest AI processor, the Ascend 910, and the AI training cluster Atlas 900. In 2019, sales revenue from Huawei’s enterprise business reached CNY89.7 billion, up 8.6% year-on-year.

Profit from Consumer Business

The consumer business has seen robust growth, with a total of 240 million smartphones shipped throughout the year. The company reports further progress in developing the Seamless AI Life ecosystem across all scenarios and devices, including personal computers, tablets, wearables, and smart screens. In 2019, sales revenue from Huawei’s consumer business reached CNY467.3 billion, up 34% year-on-year.

The continuous improvement in the all-scenario products has brought the demand for the all-scenario ecosystem. Huawei and Apple are the only two device companies in the industry that have built their own software and hardware ecosystems.

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Huawei MatePad With Kirin 810 SoC, 8 MP Rear Camera Launched: Price, Specifications

20th January 2021
"The Huawei MatePad runs EMUI 10.1, based on Android 10 and features a 10.4-inch IPS display with 2,560x1,600 pixels resolution."

Huawei MatePad tablet has been officially unveiled in China. Huawei on Thursday introduced the new MatePad as a toned-down version of the Huawei MatePad Pro 5G that was launched in November 2019. The tablet is offered in two colour options and comes in two RAM + storage configurations. All the two variants are powered by the Huawei Kirin 810 SoC and pack a single 8-megapixel rear camera. The new tablet comes with M-Pencil stylus support (not included inside the box). Notably, the MatePad does not have 5G connectivity, unlike its Pro variant.

The Huawei MatePad runs EMUI 10.1, based on Android 10 and features a 10.4-inch IPS display with 2,560x1,600 pixels resolution. The screen has thin bezels and a hole-punch design to make room for the selfie camera. Moreover, the tablet is powered by Huawei Kirin 810 SoC, coupled with up to 6GB RAM.

The camera, there's an 8-megapixel camera on both the front and back panels. The 8-megapixel rear camera also comes with autofocus and flash. Additionally, the 64GB and 128GB storage can be expanded via a dedicated microSD card slot (up to 512 GB).

Huawei MatePad includes USB Type-C port, Bluetooth v5.0, and dual-band Wi-Fi. The tablet includes sensors such as ambient light sensor, colour temperature sensor, compass, gravity sensor, and hall sensor. Additionally, there is a 7,250mAh battery as well. Huawei MatePad measures 245.2x154.96x7.35mm and weighs 450 grams.

Huawei MatePad (10.4-inch) Specifications Huawei MatePad specs

Display              10.40-inch
Front Camera    8-megapixel
Resolution         2560x1600 pixels
RAM                 4GB
OS                   Android 10
Storage            64GB
Rear Camera    8-megapixel
Battery              7250mAh

Huawei MatePad (10.4-inch) LTE Specification

Display              10.40-inch
Front Camera    8-megapixel
Resolution         2560x1600 pixels
RAM                  4GB
OS                    Android 10
Storage            64GB
Rear Camera    8-megapixel
Battery             7250mAh

Huawei MatePad price and availability

The Wi-Fi variant of the Huawei MatePad comes with the model number BAH3-W09 and is offered in 4GB + 64GB (CNY 1,899) storage and 6GB + 128GB (CNY 2,199) storage configurations. The LTE + Wi-Fi variant of Huawei MatePad comes with the model number BAH3-AL00 and is offered in 6GB + 128GB storage model. It is priced at CNY 2,499. The new tablet comes in Fritillary White and Night Ash colour options.

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