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Why Huawei’s stellar device and service line-up have it set for success in 2024


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The eyes of the technology world were on Barcelona this week as Mobile World Congress 2024 took place, showcasing new releases, services and keynote speeches from many of the world's top technology firms.

Huawei had a significant role at this year's event, kicking off the year as it means to continue by showcasing a number of its high-end device releases. The Chinese giant is looking for another strong performance in 2024 by offering its customers the device they need to solve their bigger technological problems, offering innovation and efficiency like never before. The company is hoping to provide truly personalized lifestyle additions for its customers that are stylish, efficient and even help to boost their health, all through the most innovative technology on offer today.

The company is probably still best-known for its premium smartphone devices, offering a mix of style, technological excellence and usability. The flagship Huawei Mate 60 Series have won multiple awards across the globe, recognised for their stunning visuals and design, but have also been celebrated for the ability to support satellite calls, even when no terrestrial networks are available - a lifeline for customers everywhere.

Another stylistic icon is the foldable Huawei Mate X5, with its super light and slim quad-curve design setting a new high bar for smartphones, and its mix of AI algorithms and innovative antenna technology meaning consumers are always able to stay connected.

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With the borders between technology and fashion coming ever closer together, smart wearable devices have a vital role to play, offering consumers the chance to choose a fashionable accessory that can also offer health benefits.

The company has also unveiled a number of standout smart wearable devices, giving customers the opportunity for extra flexibility and connectivity. Consumers can choose between the hyper-fashionable HUAWEI WATCH ULTIMATE DESIGN, the company's first-ever gold smartwatch, featuring 18K gold and Zirconium-based Liquid metal, or for fitness fans, the HUAWEI WATCH Ultimate sport both an Expedition mode and 100-meter dive-level water resistance capability.

Huawei has also invested heavily in health technology and R&D in wearables, with over 800 patent applications filed by its 10+ global R&D centres across the globe. This success has been shown by Huawei wearable devices gaining six medical certificates in the Chinese mainland and medical device certificates in 12 other countries or regions, highlighting the valuable role Huawei technology can play in user wellness. Its devices offer a number of innovative features geared towards health benefits, such as the health glance feature in the HUAWEI WATCH 4, or the scientific workout coach in the HUAWEI WATCH GT 4 that offers tools such as heartrate tracking and sleep monitoring functions.

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At work, Huawei has also looked to help support those with needs for efficiency and flexibility when it comes to computing devices with its comprehensive tablet range. The company has also shipped over 100 million Huawei tablets in the decade since the launch of its first tablet, and is well set to boost these even further in 2024.

To help boost productivity, the HUAWEI MatePad Pro 13.2" brings PC-grade applications and programs on the move with a brighter and more detailed screen than ever, and the HUAWEI MatePad Pro offers Multi-Screen Collaboration to help take work efficiency even higher. For creatives, the PaperMatte Display, only found on Huawei tablets, provides paper-like viewing, with minimal glare and eye strain, which, when coupled with the 3rd-generation HUAWEI M-Pencil (the first tablet stylus to support 10,000+ pressure sensing levels) makes digital creation such as drawing and writing seamless.

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All these launches pay testament to Huawei's strong performance in 2023 across multiple markets, as it shipped 10.4 million smartphones in the Chinese market alone in Q4 2023, an increase in shipments and market share. The company also saw a strong rise in smartwatch and other wearable shipments, with its Huawei Health app boasting a user base of over 450 million, and more than 100 million monthly active users worldwide.

So if you're looking for a resurgent and reliable technology partner for 2024, Huawei may be just the ticket, having survived past pressure to grow and flourish - to find out more, head to the company's website here.

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