Since Honor announced the completion of a new round of financing in November this year, rumors about the Chinese smartphone maker's upcoming reverse takeover have been raging.
Chinese tech giant Huawei will soon launch a smartwatch with a flip design called "Watch Buds."
Chinese smartphone maker Honor has secured a new round of multi-billion yuan strategic investment. This is its first known major strategic funding since conducting equity financing in December 2021, after it spun off from Chinese tech giant Huawei in November 2020.
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."
Huawei Connect 2022 is being held in Shenzhen from November 7 to 9. At the conference, an official from the Tianjin Port demonstrated the practical achievements of Huawei's smart port technology application and ecological construction.
News emerged in recent days that Huawei's Kirin chipsets, which have been stalled due to sanctions imposed by the US Department of Commerce, may stage a comeback next year. Given existing restrictions, however, the new chips are likely to be positioned as mid-end. Regarding the matter, Huawei responded on November 7, stating that the reports are untrue.
At the 2022 Huawei Developer Conference held on November 4, the Chinese tech giant announced that it will release the HarmonyOS 4 next year and that Alipay, an online payment platform, has been officially connected to the HarmonyOS Ecology.
Chinese tech giant Huawei held a launch event on November 2 during which it released its foldable Pocket S smartphone, equipped with a 40MP main camera and HarmonyOS 3.0. The event also saw the unveiling of the Huawei WATCH GT Cyber, a new generation of all-in-one MateStation X, and other products.
Chinese telecoms and consumer electronics giant Huawei unveiled a new budget smartphone model called the nova Y61 for the global market on November 1.
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.
Huawei announced on October 31 that its Mate Xs 2 folding smartphone launched in April will support Beidou satellite communications. When implemented, the model will become the world's first foldable smartphone to support this convenient function.
Avatr Technology, a brand co-developed by Changan Automobile, Huawei and CATL, has reached an agreement with Huawei with which the brand's first model, Avatr 11, will be put on display in Huawei's flagship stores in Beijing and Shenzhen later this year.
Huawei released a new court notice on October 26 involving a dispute over the alleged infringement of invention patent rights. The defendants include Amazon and two of its subsidiaries.
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.
Jerry Su, the former head of Huawei's intelligent driving business, will join the joint venture between German motor vehicle manufacturer Volkswagen and Horizon Robotics, a Chinese provider of computing solutions for smart vehicles.
Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has announced that it will hold a new product launch conference on November 2, during which its second vertically foldable smartphone, Pocket S, will officially debut.
Polestar, a premium electric vehicle brand jointly owned by Volvo and Geely, on October 13 unveiled its first all-electric SUV, the Polestar 3. The model will be made available on the Chinese market in two versions for 880,000 yuan ($122,388) and 1.03 million yuan ($143,210).
After Ryan Ding, former Deputy Chairman of Huawei's supervisory board and President of both the Enterprise and Carrier BGs, passed away on October 7 due to a sudden illness, the tech giant has launched a new round of personnel adjustments.
The US’s Bureau of Industry and Security added 31 new Chinese entities to an "Unverified List" on October 7, a move that affects fields like electric vehicles, aerospace and even smartphones.
Some AITO M7 owners have recently claimed that the vehicle's rear ventilation system cannot generate heat. Customer service staff of AITO confirmed that the heating functions in the front can meet temperature demands for the whole car.