Huawei MateBook, Watch GT, MediaPad M5 lite, Back-up, Mate 20 Pro, FreeBuds lite, and Huawei Powerbank
Huawei is one of the biggest technology companies in the world. Starting out in telecommunications infrastructure before jumping into consumer electronics. Huawei has since developed smartphones and laptops, branching out to other technologies such as smartwatches.
With all their hardware and software, Huawei has developed a robust ecosystem that rivals Apple, streamlining consumer experience.
Huawei MediaPad M5 lite and the Mate 20 Pro
Huawei’s flagship smartphones today are the P30 and Mate 20 series. They are excellent phones with the best specs in the company’s current smartphone lineup. They’re basically miniature-sized computers that will let you work while on-the-go. Also, they’ve got some of the most lauded cameras in the smartphone industry.
To complement smartphones, Huawei developed their own wireless FreeBuds line of headphones. The one in the photo is the FreeBuds Lite, which ships off with its own charging capsule. It automatically pairs to any device it’s been previously paired to. Audio quality and connection are strong. It comes with an impressive built-in microphone and features touch gestures.
Huawei FreeBuds lite
The Huawei MateBook features the OneHop File Sharing, which allows wireless transfer between the laptop and a smartphone with up to 30MB read/write speed. It uses NFC technology, so all it takes is a single tap of the phone to get things going.
The Huawei Back-up is a 1TB (That’s a T for tera) hard drive, specifically designed for Huawei mobile devices. You can store all your photos, videos, and any other files you have, clearing your phone for newer data. It also charges your device between file transfers.
The hype for smartwatches may seem to have dwindled down over the years, but Huawei continues to work on the technology. The Watch GT is their most impressive smartwatch yet, featuring a modern design and with longer-lasting battery that can last several days.
With the MediaPad M5 lite, Huawei shows that there is a market for Android tablets. It features a Kirin 659 processor and a screen resolution of 1920x1200. Right beside all these devices is Huawei’s own 12,000 power bank with fast charging.