Huawei launches the nova 9 series in Europe tomorrow, Moovit helps you get to the event
Huawei has announced yet another project with Moovit - the app that gathers public transport data from all over the world under one platform.
The smartphone company will have an event tomorrow, October 21, in Vienna, Austria, where it will unveil the Nova 9 series, and Moovit will help media and event attendees to get to the venue quicker and easier.
The unveiling is taking place at the Messe Wien Exhibition. Everyone who wants to get there has received a unique QR code that will give precise directions from every point in Vienna. Moovit does have a dedicated page for the Nova series launch that works in different languages, depending on the user’s origin - people from Poland will read it in Polish, guests from Turkey - in Turkish, etc.
Moovit has been part of the AppGallery since October 2020 and is free to use. It gathers publicly available information about commute and transport all over the globe, including buses, trams, trains, shared services like scooters and cabs, etc and brings live information for quick and easy navigation.
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