Huawei Experience: Consistency in the HMS ecosystem

Huawei offers a wide variety of gadgets, yet they find a common denominator for convenience.

After some freeing up, the 14 “full screen is posing in front of me Huawei MateBook X Pro laptop running Windows 10, the MatePad 11 tablet with HarmonyOS 2.0 and the Nova 9 phone with Android 11 based EMUI 12, and the Watch 3 Pro with the hourly version of Harmony rests on my arm and FreeBuds 4 is completely in my ear wireless earphones. The difference in size, system, function and knowledge is so great that there should be an ecosystem that brings them together.


Split-screen multitasking on the Mate X2’s open and closed screens [+]

That would be the Huawei Mobile Services, and related apps and multitasking features that cover just that. Anyway, before I get to the compatibility of several HMS smart devices, I would mention that a piece is also a great way to share your attention, see our Mate X2 blog post, and I need a lot of air to list its most basic multifunction capabilities.

EMUI Desktop is a desktop extension monitor and the Mate X2 is a touchpad and keyboard
EMUI Desktop is a desktop extension monitor and the Mate X2 is a touchpad and keyboard [+]

Be it split screen or floating screen use on an external or internal display, wired or wireless screen mirroring, or EMUI Desktop about displaying a desktop environment: whether you head to the big screen for gaming or cinema, or to grab a keyboard and mouse to browse or edit text, you can expand your tablet / mobile knowledge in many ways.

Control Panel with Device + tab, Huawei Health App, and AI Life on Nova 9Control Panel with Device + tab, Huawei Health App, and AI Life on Nova 9Control Panel with Device + tab, Huawei Health App, and AI Life on Nova 9 Control Panel with Device + tab, Huawei Health App, and AI Life on Nova 9 [+]

Of course, not everyone has this kind of specialty, and I also had Nova 9 in my pocket, but I didn’t have to give up on comfortable use. Bluetooth and Huawei Share After turning on the feature, the phone and MatePad 11 found each other immediately (but only paired for a few seconds manually), and after giving some permission, the contents of the smaller screen appeared on the larger icon. Device+ called from the right On the control panel you can keep track of which widget you are collaborating with, and not just one at a time. All paired stuff except the watch is displayed here because it is handled by Huawei Health.

The Nova 9 screen is displayed on the MatePad 11
The Nova 9 screen is displayed on the MatePad 11 [+]

Multi – window multitasking is also an option when connecting to the MateBook X Pro (there PC Manager the client program is running as), and in the Device + panel, all you have to do is tap on the target icon to establish the connection. From now on, transferring files, videos and pictures between your devices with a swipe and a mouse is a snap – but any photo or video can be automatically synced to your laptop and cloud. You can extend certain applications and tasks to full screen to make typing more convenient – say your phone can be a source of mobile gaming, music and video, a large screen display and a more serious speaker set – and here’s FreeBuds 4.

Easily move files between MateBook X Pro and Nova 9
Easily move files between MateBook X Pro and Nova 9 [+]

During training, for example, the TWS tab may be more practical, and after a quick pairing, there is a single flick on Device + again, and the music is already flowing from the two tiny little ones. And when the exercise has started, the Watch 3 Pro informs us about our body data and with the sound of the outside world in case of notifications, calls and messages. Anyway, answering incoming notifications and calls from large screen companions has been an option, and now Watch 3 also offers a tiny clock keyboard, predefined responses and emoticons to send back SMS and Messenger messages from the wrist.


Input is also an option with small, palm-sized and larger keyboards [+]

In other words, whether it is a small, medium or large panel, we have access to a lot of useful information from several sources – so the Huawei Calendar your posts will appear everywhere. And if we go for a short walk, the Petal Map it also navigates us to the mobile connected to the watch. But Nova 9 can stay home: if it is e.g it has been set up, you can also make phone calls from the watch, after all, you have a modem, a microphone and a speaker, and you can also drop the sound on your Watch 3 with a touch of Bluetooth. By the way, you can also receive a mobile call from your laptop, which is just one example of the many communication options, and neither gadget is ashamed of entertainment and health tracking data by another.


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A Huawei IoT device (a smart TV and a speaker) like the one I didn’t get to showcase HMS consistency can be added to the party, but in two years Huawei has successfully switched from a mobile focus to a diverse ecosystem, which of course really works, if the owner has one piece from each product category. The range has expanded a lot these days, just think of the Watch D watch equipped with an ECG and sphygmomanometer, or the P50 Pocket with a handset, and somewhere secondary is what system runs behind them if the consistency is there anyway.


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