Taking a break from the consumer side, Huawei Device recently concluded a grand launch of 19 new products for prospective B2B partners, with leaders and engineers giving a glimpse of the brand’s ambitious vision for the future – to bring the digital experience to every person, home, and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world.
The HUAWEI Seamless AI Life has been the brand’s long-term strategy which includes Smart Office, Smart Home, Easy Travel, Huawei Health, and Entertainment. Ultimately, Huawei’s goal is to give boundless creation and seamless communication for business partners.
As such, the inception of the Smart Office took place, with Cross-Device Collaboration and Ecosystem Integration being its core capabilities. These two aim to better serve enterprise customers and adapt to the mobility, immersiveness, and device collaboration in the future. This thinking is what led to the launch of the Huawei Device category with a purpose of offering products and solutions for commercial businesses.
HUAWEI Business Products
Kicking things off is the MateBook B Series – the MateBook B3-420/520, MateBook B5-430, and the MateBook B7-410, which is the flagship ultra-thin business laptop.
All these laptops feature an immersive FullView display, and boast stable performance thanks to Intel Core hardware as well as chip-level security via TPM 2.0 security chip. Users can choose which disks to encrypt, and customize for application login and system login. The encryption status remains unchanged even when the device is turned off. It also reduces the risk for data and password leakage.
MateBook B series also features Super Device and Smart Office Capabilities. Cross-device collaboration allows Huawei devices to easily interconnect, while Ecosystem Integration closes the gap between Windows and Mobile ecosystems.
The HUAWEI MateStation B520 is powered by an Intel Core processor, features Wi-Fi 6, LAN-based power-on authentication, and Super Device capabilities. It has NFC, which allows users to transfer documents and information from one Huawei device to the desktop. Users can access the BIOS to select the Input Only mode for business PCs and then authorize one-way file transfer to ensure information security.
Despite digitalization, Huawei has kept in mind the need for a printer. As such, the PixLab B5 can print 30 pages of documents in one minute, and offers stable connectivity. The more users use it, the more cost-efficient it becomes. It also boasts Super Device and Smart Office features for seamless integration with Huawei devices.
The HUAWEI C series tablets feature the Huawei C7 for mobile offices, Huawei C5 that’s best for finance-related initiatives, and the Huawei C5e and C3 for smart education. All offer powerful performance, gorgeous looking displays, reliable quality, great productivity, and long battery life.
Huawei also launched better and bigger smart screens – the Vision B Series – Vision B3-500/600, B5-510/610, and B5-515/615, with each variant featuring spatial surround sound, professional capabilities, Honghu chip-powered image quality, and a minimalist look.
For wearables, there’s the HUAWEI Watch B7 and B5 series, and the HUAWEI Band 6 B Series. Each product variant includes a Health Kit data platform and 12 interfaces.
Take advantage of HUAWEI TruSeen 4.0 heart rate technology, its own multi-sensor AI neural network algorithm with expertly developed PPG components for accurate 24-hour heart monitoring to track changes in blood oxygen, sleep, and stress. For female users, there’s a menstrual cycle management function, and all users will be able to track changes in oxygen saturation throughout the day via the Huawei Health App.
In addition, Huawei Device has a dedicated team for both online and on-site support, with door-to-door availability within 24 hours. Huawei Device for business teams are trained in seven types of service products which include extended warranties and accident protection, and are ready to support clients through various scenarios.
Strong performance record and growth
In 2021, Huawei’s revenue amounted to CNY636.8 billion, while its R&D expenditure reached CNY142.7 billion, equivalent to 22.4% of its total revenue. This brings its total R&D expenditure over the past 10 years to over CNY845 billion. The company was able to accomplish this with a long-term winning strategy: to persist in technological innovation and win users’ trust.
Currently, Huawei serves 267 of the world’s top 500 enterprises, and Huawei Device has reached 730 million monthly active users worldwide.
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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.