Huawei introduces new products
Huawei introduced a range of new products and a new operating system this week. The new products available to the global market include smartphones, smartwatches, and tablets powered by its new operating system Harmony OS2.
The company announced that it has released the HUAWEI Free Buds 4, its next-generation open fit Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) wireless Bluetooth earbuds, and two high-end monitors, the HUAWEI Mate View, and the HUAWEI Mate View GT.
According to the company, it is launching 100 other Huawei products this week. harmonyOS is designed to address siloed systems which tends to complicate interconnectivity and operations, which ultimately led to a fragmented user experience.
As a next generation operating system for smart devices, the new operating system by Huawei is said to provide a common language for different kinds of devices to connect and collaborate. It uses distributed technology to meet the varied needs of all types of different devices with a single system, enabling flexible deployment as needed.
Huawei announced that the Harmony OS also combines previously independent devices into a cohesive and holistic Super Device that integrates all hardware and resources to freely leverage the capabilities of its component devices based on the user’s real-time needs. For developers, Harmony OS allows cross-platform development and cross-device deployment of apps.
The watches launched by the Chinese technology provider allow Huawei smartphones to serve as a multifunctional travel assistant, and also serve as a professional fitness and health manager that supports more than 100 workout modes.
Huawei known for its telecom infrastructure and technology provider also launched this week an ICT practice center together with Addis Ababa University at the latter’s institute of technology.
Huawei is the strategic partner of Ethio Telecom; the two companies started the first project back in 2002. The Chinese giant supported Ethio Telecom to launch Tele birr service and constructed the biggest in Ethiopia tier-ready modular data center.
With over 20 years of engagement in Ethiopia’s development, Huawei currently created over 200 jobs and benefited over 45 million people with its services and products.