Huawei launched new products including flagship smartphones, foldable smartphones, an entry-level smartphone, smart watches, headphones, a tablet, laptops and a new commercial brand.
During the 2022 World Conference on VR Industry on November 12, He Gang, Chief Operating Officer of Huawei Consumer BG, unveiled Huawei's first smart eyewear product, the "Vision Glass."
The M5 and M7 models of AITO, a Chinese automaker established jointly by Huawei and Seres, have undergone price reductions of 8,000 yuan ($1,096). AITO is the first new energy vehicle brand in China to follow in the footsteps of Tesla's latest decision.
Huawei unveiled its highly anticipated Mate 50 smartphone series on September 6. The series is made up of four different models, including the Mate 50, Mate 50 Pro, Mate 50 E and Mate 50 RS.
On August 17, Huawei released its 2021 Sustainable Development Report, focusing on the four strategies of "digital inclusion, security and credibility, environmental protection and harmonious ecology."
News leaked on July 14 that Huawei has scheduled a press conference for July 27, during which it will release many new products, including its first smart screen with HarmonyOS 3.0.
Huawei held a launch event on July 4 for its nova 10 series of smartphones, the Watch Fit 2 smartwatch and more. According to tips by a Chinese tech industry blogger on July 5, Huawei will hold another launch event on July 27 to release more new products.
Huawei is planning to launch several new mobile phones, including the Nova 10 series and the Mate 50 series. In addition, some parameters of the new mid-price range Huawei Enjoy 50 Pro have now been exposed.
During a conference held in China on Monday, Huawei raised the curtain on some new devices, including the Huawei Enjoy 50 smartphone and wireless earphones FreeBuds 5i.
Chinese consumer electronics and telecom giant Huawei held a launch conference for the release of seven products for online smart offices.
The Nokia X60 and X60 Pro are expected to be launched later this year, according to the Chinese Taiwanese media, and these two models are likely to be the first Nokia phones featuring the HarmonyOS. Nokia is also the first smartphone manufacturer that carries HarmonyOS aside from Huawei.
Chinese Internet security giant 360 announced on Tuesday a new partnership with NETA Auto, suggesting they will follow the philosophy of “making cars for the people”.
Huawei Technologies has opened up its largest global flagship store in Shanghai’s main shopping street Nanjing East Road on Wednesday.
At Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019, the Chinese smartphone giant Huawei unveiled its first foldable 5G smartphone Mate X, which is priced at €2,299 ($2600).
With the gradual economic recovery in China following the Spring Festival holiday and the COVID-19 outbreaks, electric vehicle sales showed growth in February.
On November 1, NETA Auto, Li Auto, NIO, XPeng and other Chinese electric vehicle firms successively announced their delivery data for October. NIO, XPeng and Li Auto have been gradually surpassed by latecomers.
On August 24, AITO M7 models jointly built by Huawei and Seres started the first batch of delivery in Chongqing and Shenzhen and will be delivered nationwide.
Arcfox, an electric vehicle brand owned by BAIC BluePark New Energy, said on Wednesday that it has decided to increase vehicle prices from May 1.
According to data released Friday by Chinese tech giant Alibaba, the total transaction volume on its e-commerce plaform Tmall during the 'Double 11' shopping festival was 540.3 billion yuan ($84.448 billion), hitting a new high.
After more than nine years since founding ByteDance, Zhang Yiming has at last got his delayed satisfaction.