Huawei unveiled a number of brand-new devices for international markets during the ongoing IFA 2022 electronics event in Berlin. The Chinese technology industry has suffered significantly since it was outlawed in the US. Formerly a global leader in smartphones, Huawei is now competing for market share even within its own country. But even if they don’t have Google services, the tech company is still quite keen in launching new phones abroad. With the introduction of two new phones, the Huawei Nova 10 and the Nova 10, as well as the wearable health-focused Huawei Watch D, the number of Huawei devices going global this week at IFA 2022 increases.
Huawei has kept on releasing smartphones in its home nation, neighbouring areas, and outside markets like Europe despite these notable failures. The launch of two new phones, the Nova 10 and the Nova 10, as well as the wearable health Watch D this week at IFA 2022 increases the number of Huawei devices available globally.
Huawei Nova 10
Huawei asserts that the 60MP ultra-wide-angle front-facing camera on the Nova 10 was designed with photography in mind, particularly selfies. One of the primary differences between the Huawei Nova 10 series’ basic and Pro editions is the addition of a second 8MP portrait camera on the front of the Huawei Nova 10 Pro.
Huawei MateBook X Pro
Huawei also unveiled the new MateBook X Pro at IFA 2022. With 12th generation Intel Core CPUs, the laptop features a 14.2-inch 90Hz FullView display and what Huawei calls its “most advanced MateBook touchpad yet.”
The Windows 11 laptop is equipped with a new Huawei Shark Fin Fan cooling system, 16GB of RAM, up to 1TB NVMe PCIe SSD storage, a 60Wh battery, two Thunderbolt 4 ports, two USB-C connectors, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. You can read more about the MateBook X Pro here.
Huawei Watch D
The Huawei Watch D was released in China in December of last year, so it is hardly a brand-new item. The smartwatch is now available in Europe, but the company did not provide information on cost or availability. The Watch D’s main features include the capacity to assess SpO2, conduct an ECG, and monitor blood pressure.