Huawei’s Breakthrough Technology Will Improve Product Performance, Likely To Feature Inside Honor PLAY in June [Updated]

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UPDATE: President of Honor, Zhao Ming has revealed that Huawei will showcase its latest breakthrough technology at an event on 28th May. Further, the same technology will be used in the upcoming Honor Play smartphone, which is scheduled to officially launch on 6th June.

Recently, we reported that Huawei is working on a formidable technology that will be launched very soon. Currently, it is not known if the company’s new breakthrough is in the hardware or the software department.

Now, Yu Chengdong, Chairman of Huawei Device, announced that Huawei will soon launch this breakthrough technology and added that it will mark as the company’s landmark for 2018. While he has not revealed what this major breakthrough technology is, he said that the technology will significantly improve the performance of its products.

Huawei Breakthrough Technology

Now, there are reports suggesting that the company will be using this technology in its upcoming smartphone. Recently, at an event held in Suzhou, Honor President Zhao Ming that the upcoming Honor smartphone will come equipped with Huawei’s new breakthrough technology. He further said that the technology will be used in the upcoming Honor Play smartphone, which is scheduled to get unveiled in June this year.

Describing the effect of this upcoming technology, Yu Chengdong said that difference in speed of mobile phones is equivalent to the difference between “running on the ground” and “flying in the sky.”

As said, we don’t know whether the company’s new breakthrough is in the hardware or the software. If it’s in the hardware, it could be something related to an independent NPU module for faster and efficient Machine learning. If it’s in the software department, it could be something related to its operating system.

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Huawei, the company which was known for making networking and telecommunication equipment, is now the third largest smartphone company in the world, just behind Samsung and Apple. The major credit for this goes to the company’s R&D department, which has managed to produce some amazing features and technologies for its products.

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