Despite the US government’s ban on Huawei, the company still holds its own. According to reports from popular Huawei product leaker Weibo @ChanganDigitalKing, Huawei will announce “My Huawei App” and some gaming technologies tomorrow. According to the report, “My Huawei App” integrates multiple apps into one. The Pollen Club, Huawei Services, Gaming Skills and Subscription Center are now combined in one app.
In addition, Honor is already using “My Honor App”. This new app has arrived with the Honor V40 which launched earlier today. In addition, Huawei will announce some technologies and layouts for games tomorrow. It might not be quite a big deal, it should have something to do with ray tracing technology.
Huawei said a few days ago that Tianyu Mobile Games has exceeded the computing power limits of real-time ray tracing technology on mobile platforms by integrating HMS Core Scene Kit. In addition, it achieves a High frame rate and high image quality at 60 fps and 1080p. Using ray tracing technology, the reflection of characters on irregular surfaces such as curved glass and marble columns can be made more realistic.
Huawei AppGallery has a new intuitive interface
In 2019, Huawei lost access to Google Apps and services, including the Play Store. The company could continue to use Android as it is based on Linux and the AOSP branch can be freely used and modified. Without PlayStore, Huawei had to work and deploy its own store where users can find and download apps for its Huawei-branded phones. The answer to the problem came in the form of Huawei AppGallery. The company’s app store now has more than 500 million monthly active users worldwide. The store offers a set of important apps such as Hungama, Bolt, and HERE Maps. Today, the company is rolling out a new revamped AppGallery interface.
The new interface brings localized content and helps users easily navigate through the thousands of available applications, games. The update appears to be rolling out across Europe. Chinese Behemoth explained the new features of the app gallery via a press release. The first change is the interface design. According to Huawei, app icons are now bigger and bolder. It also adds interactive discovery which will help present the apps in a stylish and eye-catching way.
AppGallery now has two main sections – Featured and Categories, the Featured tab has apps organized into cards at the top. It will include the apps and games selected by the team and relevant to the user. It will also include organized content such as articles, guides, and reviews. According to the company, the editors of Huawei AppGallery will make the content more focused on local trends and needs. The list of countries that will receive this user interface is as follows:
EEC (Central and Eastern Europe) and Nordic region:
- Czech Republic (Czech Republic)