Human life has never been more immersed in technology than today. For countries like the Philippines who is just starting to adopt digital solutions, the health crisis has certainly helped hasten the migration. It is also more common to see people having and using multiple gadgets throughout the day, that is why interconnectivity between digital devices is becoming important.
Almost everyone has been using the cloud, video call platforms, and various social media sites for not just entertainment or communication but also for work and studying. Allowing a person to use one gadget to another seamlessly makes living these days much easier, as those working or studying from home have experienced the frequent need for cross-device file transfer and sharing. One can be reading documents on their laptop and use their smartphone to access or even sign the same document hours later. One can also be wearing a smartwatch in the gym or while doing chores and get important notifications from their phone in it.
Because of the convenience and upgraded lifestyle brought about by the interconnectivity between digital devices, it is not farfetched to say that it will be very important for tech companies in the near future.
Anticipating this trend, multinational technology corporation Huawei has begun its mission of offering consumers a fully connected, intelligent world and a seamless AI life. Its latest offering, three new super devices, has this interconnectivity that allows users to stay connected at all times.
A premium and flexible laptop
Everyone is in need of a good laptop these days – whether you are a student, a young professional, a creative, or an entrepreneur.
The line between work and life is blurred at home that is why high performance is expected from a laptop as it tends to be used in a full day at the office to the recreational activities after. Huawei's Matebook 14S, the laptop+, offers consumers high definition with its 2.5K FullView Display, 90Hz high refresh rate, and 90% screen to body ratio for an immersive viewing experience. It has both smart brightness adjustment and dual eye comfort with low blue light. Accompanying this display is Huawei Sound that gives the laptop pristine audio playback and pickup. Plus, it is sleek at 1.43kg in weight and 16.7mm in thickness.
Powering this new laptop is the Intel Evo Platform, 11th Gen Core High Performance Processor, and long battery life paired with 65W SuperCharge function. Its multi-touch screen allows for easy operations such as zooming in and out, capturing the screen, and efficient use of multi-screen collaborations.
The brand takes things a step further by allowing users to run mobile apps, both for entertainment and productivity, on their computers with the Mobile Apps Engine. It also supports efficient work by allowing phone and tablet collaborations such as file transfers, audio and video call transfers, and multi-windows – giving users the tools they need to create a smart office at home.
A flagship smartphone with a notable camera system
As a smartphone made for a generation of not only content consumers but creators themselves, Huawei nova 9 is equipped with features that help empower these users to express themselves.
It comes with 7.77mm thickness and a 6.57 inch 1.07 Billion Original Color Display. Gamers will like that the smartphone has a cooling system and supports up to 300Hz screen touch sampling rate. Its Touch Turbo technology provides a fast response even when making multi-finger gestures. It has a 4300mAh battery while supporting 66W SuperCharge that only takes 38 minutes to full charge.
But the true highlight of this device is its 50MP Ultra Vision Camera System. The rear camera setup includes a 50MP Ultra Vision camera, an 8MP Ultra Wide Angle camera, a 2MP depth camera, and a macro camera that allows users to capture photos as close as 4cm. Its XD Fusion Engine enhances image details and quality, even those shot in low lighting.
Both front and rear cameras also support 4K shooting, good for those who love taking short videos of their life or recording vlogs for social media.
Supporting the seamless AI life, the nova 9 can not only connect to the MatePad for various collaborations but it can also be connected to a Huawei smartwatch to use as a remote shutter.
A handy professional health assistant
Last in its lineup of new interconnected digital devices, Huawei offers the Watch GT 3.
With a design inspired by nature, this smartwatch is made for people who still prefer the feel and look of traditional watches. There is the 46mm version or the compact 42mm, depending on the user's preferences, but both boast of a light and thin wearing experience. It has a 14-day battery life and 50-meter water resistance.
This watch aims to provide a professional health assistant on people's wrists as it offers dynamic heart rate and heart rate interval monitoring, sleep monitoring for sleep quality, and recording and analysis of personal workout data with scientific workout guidance. It also has a dual-band GNSS five-system high-precision GNSS positioning chip to track outdoor workouts. Users can even play music on the watch as it has enough storage for up to 500 songs while also supporting Bluetooth music playback.
Highlighting its interconnectivity, the watch allows users to answer calls or text messages or use the voice assistant to interact with their phones.
From creating a smart office or a platform for entertainment to having portable health and fitness assistants, these super devices are made to make life convenient for Filipinos as they can transfer from one gadget to another or even use them all at the same time.
The interconnectivity between digital devices is more than just a trend. It is an important function that allows users to utilize their gadgets efficiently, helping them transition to work or study to play and entertainment seamlessly – allowing them to waste no time in living the life they want to live.
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