In the last hours we were able to get to know some of Huawei's other uses in the next year 2020. The first has been the Huawei Mate XS, a full-size Mate X for sale outside of China, and the Huawei MatePad Pro, a tablet in which the Chinese manufacturer intends to compete against the iPad, in addition to confirming the launch date of the Huawei P40 Pro.
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All of these products look as good as the Huawei Mate 30 does, but they do raise the same question: do they really have an interest outside of Google Play services? Huawei looks like it has more than ready its way, and has dedicated time to introducing it to its ecosystem and developer tools. Huawei has come to regret its loss trying to rebuild its life after the breakup.
But will it be enough for what Huawei has raised?
Not a Google Play site: a third party application platform?
In this kind of launch it's always a chance to show some power, and Huawei has taken advantage of the moment of doubt in its natural breastfeeding program and has shown that its ecosystem is not a Google Play destination, but that the third largest application in the world.
To prove that position in the top 3 they have taken the stats, and that is that AppGallery is in over 170 countries and has 400 million monthly active users. This figure means that at least 400 million people open the application at least once a month.
This information should be taken with tweezers, since the app update can be considered as a user of the platform, and that regular users are not representative of potential viewers. The same goes for two billion Android users.
Without having details from the Glass Store it's unclear if that top 3 is real or less than Samsung. Finally this edition lines We have to believe them (or not).
Huawei counts its third-largest operating site as one of three with its developer toolkit and its app store. But what's that for HMS Core?
HMS Core 4.0: Huawei developer kit
It usually creates an app for Android or iOS developers to have a standard toolkit, as well as a set of related tools. Huawei is proud of its new version of HMS Core 4.0, which allows the developer to be able to use some of the functions they use can be really difficult (towing is impossible).
The best example is the Google Maps story. Nowadays it is very easy to make a map display system, but this is possible because Google allows developers to easily use their maps. Without these resources only large companies can create their own maps.
In the case of Huawei, HMS Core 4.0 allows developers who apply for Huawei can:
- Use security measures with Security Detection
- Add video recording activities with Machine learning kit
- Start using scan jobs such as QR codes as Scan Kit
- Access camera functions Camera kit: This kit is really interesting because as Huawei explained, you can achieve full power for your portable camera.
- OneHop Kit to transfer data between devices.
- Map of the Kit as an alternative to Google Maps based on TomTom Maps.
- Virtualization Kit It's one of the best features, because it allows access to other accessories as if they were mobile features: for example they use a GoPro-style camera for video calling.
- Integration with assistant Hi
- Local Area
- Huawei's fastest apps: instead of Google Instant apps.
Huawei's biggest move: adapt to each region
To ensure that AppGallery is a quality store, Huawei has showcased one of its star charts, and in each of its markets has partnered with some of the most important developers to offer their plans.
Another major point in the strategy translated to the regions is the use of data centers that respect the control of data protection in each region.
An ambitious but compelling organization
This proposal is ambitious, and even if it is technologically advanced, the impression it leaves is that of a large Marketing organization. In the meantime, Huawei is more important than ever to show that its solution exists because they believe in it, not because they have been arrested.
Huawei looks all ready, and there are very few companies that can create the ecosystem itself. The only thing they haven't copied to Google is likely to be the key to success, and bringing together multiple developers has their causes.
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