Everything we experienced at the big tech “celebration” of the technology giant! (Video)

Her unconventional course Huawei has proven to us in recent years that it is a company that has not learned to “capitulates» and to… compromises. Having for its “compass”, the lasting innovation and satisfying her “thirst” of consumers for even greater development in their daily lives, Huawei is known to focus on solutions that always have the potential to satisfy even the most… boldly “want”.

Despite the well-known difficulties that he has had to face in the last five years, the “white towel” in no way does it match the philosophy and mentality of the Huawei people. That is why in consumer products it is still marching in the same direction successful development path and technological excellence, following the path it created itself. Not only that, but Huawei continues to “invests» especially in the European market, launching a new dynamic and highly competitive line-up from tech products, which aspire to lead the way in their category.

Indicative of the above is that for 2022, Huawei presented 7,689 technological patentsinvesting more than 161 billion CNY in the R&D part (the above amount translates into 25.1% of its annual income and as you understand it is a huge amount). A good taste of the innovation that the Chinese company promises us, we had the opportunity to get to know up close at the recent event organized by Huawei in Munich, Germany. With the P60 Pro (the new flagship that redefines the way we perceive the concept of mobile photography), to rightfully gather the spotlight (you can check out our detailed hands-on review here)but also the incredibly thin and light foldable, Mate X3to follow… Huawei helped us take a look at the state-of-the-art high-end devices it has in rich product portfolio and which are making their debut on European soil.

The undisputed star at the event in Munich could only be the P60 Prothe flagship that continues the legacy of devices belonging to the P family. Huawei has always belonged to the P Series, they “focused” on innovative developments in the field of mobile photography and the P60 Pro could not be the exception to the rule. THE Vivienne Tang (Designer Huawei Consumer BG), the Huawei executive who designed the “unique» P60 Pro when he went on stage he described them basic recommended concerning the special character of the P60 Pro.

The emphasis placed on the measure and quality construction materials, combined with the extremely compact dimensions and the impressive protection that comes from the “invulnerable” Kunlun Glass that surrounds the screen (another Huawei patented technology). Vivienne Tang couldn’t help but dwell on the “achievement” in the name: Rococo Pearlwith the back cover of this special edition inspired by the charming unevenness of a pearl, making the back of each P60 Pro unique to each device.

Of course, reading the detailed our hands-on reviewit goes without saying that your eye will have fallen on XMage camera setup (consists of an Ultra-Lighting telephoto lens and a 48MP Ultra Lighting Main Camera), which puts into practice the concept of Photography PRO in the smartphone world. The way the P60 Pro’s photo sensors move and perceive light from any source and if it comes from, redefining the character of all photo shoots (regardless of whether you shoot with Night Mode on or in low light conditions).

To variable aperture and the special OIS function that the P60 Pro camera setup has, gives absolute control to the demanding user, resulting in… unbeatable night photosunique zoom which focuses on the detail of a photographic subject, but also flawlessly Tele-portraits, while the vibrancy and richness of the colors together with the crystal-clear effect make the competition see the back of its jersey. It is not just a coincidence that the P60 Pro was awarded the DXOMARK until the number 1 smartphone with the best camera (with 156 points).

Undoubtedly, the P60 Pro is a serious contender to take the title of “top” smartphone for 2023, but Huawei had another ace up its sleeve as it introduced the European audience to the Mate X3its new foldable that literally you can’t get enough of… looking at it.

Most foldables especially when “they fold» transform into several bulky devices with weight that the “feel». Still, the Mate X3 is a delight exception to the rule, following the triptych: “Larger, Slimmer, Lighter“, Huawei’s latest foldable has a thickness of just 5.3mm when it is in “unfolded” status, with its weight barely “weighing”. 239 grams. And the construction materials used by the Chinese technology giant are the most durable and quality exist for this category. The super light carbon fiber and silicon-based nanotechnology materialseffectively reduce the total weight of the screen by 28%, while the super thin layer of aluminum combined with the solid metal contribute not only to the increased strength of the body of the device, but also to the extremely low weight.

In fact, to ensure the reliability of the device, the Mate X3 has been subjected to more than 30,000 demanding and outstanding tests, with the redesigned next-generation Kunlun Glass hinge and certification IPX8 to make this particular foldable an… oasis of strength in its category. Of course, it goes without saying that Huawei could not ignore the camera setup of the Mate X3, which comes withε 4 camera sensorswhich are located in circular arrangement. In particular, as the people at Huawei informed us, its premium foldable comes with Ultra-Wide Angle Camera Sensor (13MP, f/2.2), Ultra Vision Camera (50MP, RYYB, f/1.8), periscope telephoto lens (12MP, RYYB, 5x Optical Zoom, f/3.4 with OIS) and pwith 100x Zoom. To the above, add the steep increase in performance compared to its predecessor and it is evident that the Chinese company has created the most reliable and durable foldable currently on the market.

Mate X3 and P60 Pro were essentially Huawei’s “heavyweights” at the product launch event in Munich, but the Chinese company could not leave behind the market of wearableswhere really the products of… they sell out like crazy! The revelation of the Munich event was about the Watch4, a smartwatch that will focus even more on the detailed recording of data related to health and well-being. The Watch4 has a larger one screen-to-body ratio, with the spherical sapphire glass display if nothing else stealing the show. Incorporating years of research and technological breakthroughs into its process health monitorthe new smartwatch (which we expect most likely in our country during the summer), the Watch4 according to Huawei will offer the most detailed recording of health data that has ever existed.

At the same time, the Watch4 comes with 100+ workout modesoffering a wide variety of professional fitness programs, while featuring IP68 resistance certification, providing protection against water and dust (5ATM pressure and duration of up to 30 minutes under water). In fact, to emphasize even more the dynamics of its new smartwatch, Huawei invited an Olympic long-distance athlete to the stage Sir Mo Farahwho talked to us about how Huawei smartwatches completely changed his perception of the role of wearable technology in his daily life, but also about how Huawei smartwatches were ainvaluable helper throughout his sporting career.

The extremely rich menu also had “dessert”… laptops, as Huawei presented the new cutting-edge Matebook X Pro and MateBook 16s. The impressively thin metal body of the Matebook X Pro, the unique thin and elegant lines that combine innovation and high-level aesthetics, together with the latest generation processors make the new Matebook, a “dream” premium laptop for the demanding user. And the MateBook 16s, which stands out for its large 2.5K resolution screen, powerful Intel Core 13 processorsher generation and the impressive low energy consumption, the 16s becomes ideal for both professional as well as for domestic use.

The main event ended with a statement from Huawei, which essentially declared its commitment to the wider European market. Having already opened three innovation centers which focus on the health sector (in Zurich, Helsinki and Dusseldorf), one large central store in Berlin and more from 30 local offices in different European countries, the Chinese technology giant with its motto of “Towards a Brighter Future Together»just confirmed how much importance it attaches to the wider region of Europe, with Huawei envisioning a future with… European air!

With this article, we wanted to bring you an image from the Huawei event, however, because a video is worth… a thousand words, press Play on the following video and be transported with us to magical… Munich!

Source: Digital Life! by www.digitallife.gr.

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