If you are looking forward to a synchronised gadget experience, Huawei might have the answer for you this summer. The company introduced six new flagship products during their recent launch event, with multiple integrations of HarmonyOS.
The launched devices span across smartphones, tablets, smartwatches and even two new monitors under the MateView lineup. Several of which are coming with different synchronised features for added convenience and productivity.
Huawei MatePad 11 and MatePad Pro
The 11-inch display found on this device offers a smooth visual experience for video and games, thanks to the 120Hz screen refresh rate the display possesses. The first Huawei tablet to support high refresh rates, the MatePad 11 can also wirelessly pair with Huawei PCs and the HUAWEI MateView for multi-screen collaboration.
You can either use your tablet as a drawing sketch pad in mirror mode and a monitor in Extend mode with the pairing feature. Drag files across multiple devices is now available for a more efficient and collaborative multi-device experience.
Available in two sizes – 10.8-inch and 12.6-inch, the Huawei MatePad Pro clinches the ranking as the tablet with the world’s highest screen-to-body ratio of 90%. Just like the MatePad 11, these devices support cross-device file dragging and Huawei Mateview, where you can take full advantage of the narrow bezels for minimal obstruction.
The Smart Magnetic Keyboard accessory and Huawei M-Pencil (2nd Generation) can be purchased separately to recreate the PC-like experience and inspire creativity when using any of the 3 tablets.
Huawei Watch 3 series
Independent communication support will come to the newly released Huawei Watch 3, allowing users to make phone calls and listen to music using the same mobile plan as their smartphones.
To make the watch more comfortable and user-friendly, the Watch 3 series features a curved glass screen, 316L stainless steel case and comes with a brand-new pressure-sensitive 3D to provide different levels of feedback.
When using it as a fitness companion, the Watch 3 series supports more than 100 workout modes while monitoring health statistics such as skin temperature, fall detection and even an SOS function for vulnerable groups of users.
Huawei FreeBuds 4
The Huawei FreeBuds 4 is designed to deliver upgraded noise cancellation performance and improved sound quality through the Adaptive Ear Matching (AEM) noise cancellation technology and Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) composite diaphragms.
The Dual device connection found on this device allows users to connect two devices simultaneously. At just 4.1g per earbud, users can hustle around without paying much attention to the earphones in their ear, as they seamlessly switch between devices.
Huawei nova 8i
On its front, the 6.67-inch bezel-less screen and sleek 4D curved design of the nova 8i target younger audiences. A 64MP high-resolution primary camera and rear quad camera system bring photography and videography to new heights.
Fast charging comes as a massive highlight on the Huawei nova 8i, which only takes 38 minutes for a full charge.
Huawei MateView represents the company’s first attempt in making computer monitors. This release comes in 2 models: Huawei MateView targeted at offices and Huawei MateView GT to attract e-sports users.
The office monitor features a 28.2-inch 3:2 panel that supports a high resolution of 3840 × 2560, which can be used in unison with smartphones, laptops, and tablets when connected wirelessly.
For gamers, Huawei has included a 34-inch 165 Hz curved screen with a screen ratio of 21:9 and a resolution of 3440 × 1440. To intensify the experience, the monitor even comes with an in-built soundbar.
While Huawei has yet to announce the pricing, local customers can look forward to the above devices reaching our shores, except for the Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6, which has yet to be confirmed.