They haven’t played that yet. Huawei will double the amount of memory in old smartphones

The new program was announced on the occasion of the premiere of Huaweia P50. The aim is & hairsp; – & hairsp; so far & hairsp; – & hairsp; to the people of China, but the whole initiative is so special that we couldn’t help but mention it.

Replacing memory in Huaweia smartphones for a fee

The program is aimed at users of models from the P line (from 10 to 30), Mate (from 9 to 30) and nova (from 2 to 7). Built-in memory & hairsp; – & hairsp; usually 64 or 128 GB & hairsp; – & hairsp; can increase to 128, 256 or 512 GB.

Service prices start at 369 yuan, which is the equivalent PLN 219. This does not seem to be an excessive amount, considering that the difference in Huaweia P50 prices from 128 or 256 GB is 500 yuan.

The program will be extended by more wave devices, starting with the flagships of the P and Mate lines. The entire process is expected to last from July to December. It is not known whether a similar initiative will also be launched in Europe in the future.

Huawei has a good reason to take such initiatives

Huawei is in the process of a big switch to its own HarmonyOS system. Although it is still based on Android, it is important for the company from the point of view of the development of the ecosystem and image. The Chinese want the number of users to grow as quickly as possible.

Older devices play a key role in this strategy. In June, Huawei announced that the update to HarmonyOS 2 will be about 100 devices released since 2017, including the already old Huaweia P10.

Increasing the memory will extend the life of old smartphones and will probably stop some users from escaping to the competition. In some cases, increasing the memory may also be necessary to perform the update. Many people do not decide to update the software because their phones simply do not have enough space.

On the occasion of the premiere of Huaweia P50, the company announced that 40 million users have already installed HarmonyOS on their smartphones.

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