Huawei should focus on software, company founder suggests
Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei has suggested the company to switch to software in an internal memo, acquired by Reuters. According to him, the team has to “dare to lead the world” in the field because it is fundamentally more independent from the United States.
Huawei is clearly trying to diversify its business since the hardware has taken a massive hit in the past two years after being banned by the Trump administration back in 2019.
Since Huawei has been part of the Entity List (a list of companies that US organizations and citizen are not allowed to do business with without special permission), it has lost a substantial market share in the world of smartphones, and its 5G network department has been getting banned from multiple countries for good measure.
Huawei is currently working on Harmony OS - its own operating system and the center of its growing ecosystem. We expect to see mobile phones with the OS as early as next week, and the company plans to have 300 million devices with it by the end of 2021.
- 31 May 2021
Jabra Sound+ & imdb are there on Huawei Appgallery. Only Shazam can be found using Petal Search, source from their official website, working well on my P40. See now? I got nothing to lose, along with great camera for the price.
- 31 May 2021
only "jabra sound+, imdb, shazam" are from my top apps.rest is either my country's local or global top downloaded apps.nothing more.
- 30 May 2021
Lol is that even a 20 top global app or YOUR top global apps? 😂 Let me tell you something, those banking & shopping app are country/region dependent, I couldnt find those even using a GMS equipped device, here in my country. All banking &...