Huawei introduces new product for smooth operation for its customers

Huawei has released its new product dubbed EMU110 which will now allow its users to connect between multiple devices as well as applications such as audio and video calls in all scenarios.

The new Product will be tasted with the already existing series, Huawei P30 and other models by September 30.

The EMUI10 Beta version has however been scheduled to be availed I the market on the next generation of the Mate series product.

According to Dr. Wang Chenglu, President of the Software Engineering Department at Huawei Consumer Business Group, the EMUI10 is pioneering distributed technology applications for providing an all-scenario experience.

The new product is unique in its form and comes with improved GPU Turbo technology and link Turbo network aggregation tech which lets smartphones access multiple networks like 4G and Wi-Fi speed 70% faster than using 4G alone.

Huawei EMUI has more than 500 million DAUs in 216 countries, and supports 77 languages since its birth in 2012. The Chinese tech giant expects the number of its users to upgrade their phones to EMUI10 to reach 150 million.

The EMUI10 comes with improved GPU Turbo technology and Link Turbo network aggregation technology that lets smartphones access multiple networks like 4G and Wi-Fi for network speed 70% faster than using 4G alone.

Despite the welcoming advancement for the product, Huawei still faces seemingly an unending brawl with the US.

President Donald Trump’s administration gave Huawei a 90-day reprieve on August 19, on a ban against buying us technology, but added nearly four dozen subsidiaries of the Chinese telecoms giant to the prohibition.

“As we continue to urge consumers to transition away from Huawei’s products, we recognize that more time is necessary to prevent any disruption,” Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said in a statement.

The ban is part of a sweeping effort by President Trump to restrict Huawei, which officials claim has links to Chinese intelligence that makes it a security threat.

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