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Last Updated: Sep 28, 2017
Today, Huawei Malaysia and MCMC have officially announced their collaboration together and launched a Digital Program showcasing a sandbox of digital service such as mobile cashless services at Kolej Vokasional Gombak (KVG). With this in mind, student of KVG to learn how to purchase food and retail items from the school cooperative and retail management outlet.
Last Updated: Jul 25, 2017
Huawei recently announced that they have jumped up to 83, reaching the top 100 rankings for the global Fortune 500 2017 list. Coming up from 129 in 2016, Huawei achieved a total revenue of $78.51 billion with solid contributions from its flagship Huawei P series and Mate series such as the Huawei P10 and Mate 9. The upcoming Huawei Mate 10 and coming soon to Malaysia Nova 2 Plus also look to be solid contributors as well, so stay tuned for that at TechNave.com.
Last Updated: Jul 14, 2017
Recently, KFC China collaborated with Huawei to come out with 5000 limited edition KFC phones celebrating their 30 years in China for 1099 CNY (~RM695) a phone. Featuring a Snapdragon 425 processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB storage + up to 128GB microSD, a 5.5-inch display, 3020 mAh battery and a fingerprint scanner tech specs, the phone lets you play the music you want at certain KFC restaurants via the KFC-branded K-Music app. We're not sure if this may ever come to Malaysia but with Huawei Malaysia here in a big way, there's no reason Malaysian restaurants can't take advantage of it (KFC Malaysia, McDonalds Malaysia, etc.... hint, hint).
Last Updated: Mar 25, 2017
Huawei Malaysia just launched their first flagship store in the Southern Pacific Region on the 5th floor at Pavilion Elite KL. Serving as a one-stop center for services, repairs and consultation the store will be offering a special promotion for the first 100 customoers who spend RM1000 and above, offering an exclusive SWN speaker and other exclusive Huawei merchandise.
Which are the top Smartphone brands in Malaysia in 2016? IDC: Samsung still on top, OPPO in second spotLast Updated: Feb 20, 2017
According to International Data Corporation (IDC)’s latest report, despite the whole Galaxy Note 7 fiasco last year, Samsung remains as the top smartphone brand in Malaysia. OPPO and Huawei takes second and third spot respectively, to make up the top 3 brands that took up more than 50% of the Malaysian market share in 2016. Compared to 2015, smartphone shipments in Malaysia had dropped by 5.9% in 2016. This could be due to various negative economic factors, amongst, which included the weakening Malaysian Ringgit against US Dollar, as well as the rising costs of living in Malaysia.
Last Updated: Feb 14, 2017
Huawei and Oracle officially signed a Power IoT Ecosystem Partnership MoU (Memorandum of Understanding) recently, which will see them continuing their cooperation to provide a robust end-to-end AMI (Advanced Metering Infrastructure) solution, helping power and grid companies to improve customer experience and operation efficiency, achieving energy saving and emission reduction.
Last Updated: Feb 08, 2017
According to the latest report from research firm IDC, OPPO is now the top smartphone brand in China. The company took a 16.8% share of the market, shipping a total of 78.4 million units in 2016! It is closely followed by Huawei, as well as Vivo, making up the Top 3 with a 48% total market share.
Last Updated: Feb 26, 2016
Huawei Consumer Business Group and Leica Camera AG have announced a strategic long-term partnership to reinvent smartphone photography. Both are leaders in their respective fields but there are no specific details about any upcoming Huawei-Leica cameraphones just yet. The partnership will include research and development, design, co-engineering, user experience, marketing and retail distribution. Hopefully this will result in more value devices but for now check out they had to say about it in this article.
Last Updated: Jan 22, 2016
Ever thought of how to get rid of your old smartphone? Well Huawei is here to help. Huawei Technologies Malaysia has just become the first smartphone manufacturer in Malaysia to offer an online trade-in. The trade-in service can be done officially from the company's online retail portal, Vmall.my.
“The digital era, with its many benefits, does result in e-waste. If not managed well, it can be significantly harmful to the environment. At Huawei, we believe that it is critical to pave the way for environmental sustainability together with business growth and product development. And the road to sustainability needs to be one that consumers can choose it easily. That is what we are trying to achieve through our online trade in service on Vmall.my. We hope that the move will also raise general awareness about e-waste management by providing consumers an effective channel of e-waste disposal,” said Mr Zhu Yonggang, Country Director of Consumer Business Group (MRO).
Last Updated: Nov 16, 2015
Recently Huawei announced a new next-gen quick charging technology using lithium-ion batteries – one with 600 mAh capacity that can be charged to 68% capacity in just 2 minutes; and another with a 3000 mAh capacity and an energy density above 620 Wh/L, which can be charged to 48% capacity in 5 minutes. The second quick charging allows 10 hours of phone calls on Huawei mobile phones.