Smart devices have become important portals that provide users with smart experiences. With the advent of the smart “all-connected” era, consumers are anticipating new experiences. At its Better Together 2021 virtual event today, Huawei said it is currently the only vendor capable of delivering an experience in all scenarios.
The event was hosted by South African Managing Director of Huawei CBG, Jun Sun, as well as CTO Akhram Mohamed.
The company’s strategy for the hyper-connected era in South Africa is primarily focused on its 1 + 8 + n strategy to form an all-scenario hardware and software ecosystem. Here, “ 1 ” represents the smartphone at the center of everything, “ 8 ” represents the 8 categories of products developed by Huawei, including smartwatches, headsets, PCs, tablets, speakers, AR / VR glasses and more, while ‘n’ represents the many devices in the IoT ecosystem. Finally, the “+” sign represents what connects these layers such as Huawei Share and Huawei HiLink. This strategy includes product lines such as smartphones, such as the P40 and the upcoming Mate40 Pro, wearable devices such as Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro, Watch GT 2e, Watch Fit and the FreeBuds series, as well as laptops and tablets like the Media Pad and Mate Pad series. .
In addition to the products, Huawei also updated its MeeTime video platform, which allows users to make HD voice and video calls in all lighting conditions, and Huawei Pay, a more secure way to make calls. payments using Zapper SA’s QR payment technology.
Huawei says it remains committed to further developing these offerings across South Africa, which aligns with its overall vision of providing a smart experience for consumers across all scenarios, including health and fitness.
“Our journey from our early days to where we are now in South Africa has been nothing short of phenomenal,” Sun said at the Better Together 2021 event. “South Africa is the place to be. one of the most important pioneer markets for Huawei. We are committed to continuing to use technology to improve the lives of South Africans. ”
Akhram Mohamed provided detailed information on Huawei’s strategy: “The promise of technology has always been seen as a smooth and seamless process between your devices and the services with which they interact. At Huawei, we are positioning ourselves to be at the forefront of achieving this goal through our transparent artificial intelligence life strategy. ”