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Huawei releases Harmony Intelligence powered with AI capabilities

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At the Huawei Developer Conference 2024, Huawei unveiled Harmony Intelligence, the core AI of the HarmonyOS ecosystem. HarmonyOS NEXT now integrates AI capabilities directly into the system, featuring AIGC (Artificial Intelligence Generated Content) functions like hand-drawn line drawings, coloring, graffiti, and photo enlargement. Additionally, it includes the industry’s first AI sound repair function, designed to help individuals with speech disorders communicate, set to launch by the end of the year.

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HarmonyOS NEXT also introduces “Xiaoyi Sees the World,” a feature aiding visually impaired users by “reading” pictures aloud. This functionality can describe the contents of a refrigerator, including the types, placement, and freshness of vegetables.

With Harmony Intelligence’s “AI-based controls,” third-party apps can utilize system capabilities for real-time reading, smart form filling, image and text translation, and subject cutout.

The “Xiaoyi Smart Assistant” has been upgraded to “Xiaoyi Intelligent Agent” powered by the Pangu Big Model 5.0. Users can now summon Xiaoyi without needing a wake-up command, simply by dragging and dropping content on the navigation bar. For instance, feeding a picture to Xiaoyi can instantly generate a chart, while feeding a document can produce a summary or Q&A.

This comprehensive AI integration positions HarmonyOS NEXT as a cutting-edge platform, enhancing accessibility and productivity through innovative AI features.

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Huawei launches special Batter Replacement campaign

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Good news for Huawei mobile phones, tablets, notebooks, and smart wearable products owners. Huawei is running a unique user-benefit campaign wherein you can swap old batteries in your Huawei device with a brand new genuine one for just 99 yuan (China).

Huawei mobile phones are available in two price ranges of 99 yuan and 199 yuan; Huawei tablets and Honor mobile phones are available in the 129 yuan range; Huawei wearables are available in the 99 yuan range; and laptops are available in the 299 yuan range.

The price range of the fixed-price battery replacement is for reference only. The prices of some models have been adjusted.

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Huawei is recruiting a new batch of talented young people

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Huawei reportedly started the recruitment of a new batch of talented young people from around the world.

The requirements are as follows: no limitations on schools, majors, or academic qualifications. Special achievements in fields such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science, and artificial intelligence are highly regarded. This includes significant scientific research results, published papers, patents, or awards in top international competitions. Candidates should aspire to become leaders in industry technology.

Huawei said it will provide “genius young people” with world-class challenging topics, top mentors, and global platforms and resources.

According to an email previously released by Huawei, the salaries of “genius teenagers” are paid according to an annual salary system, with three levels: 896,000-1,008,000 yuan, 1,405,000-1,565,000 yuan, and 1.82 million-2,010,000 yuan.

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Huawei Nova 13 series launch reportedly postponed

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The release of Huawei’s Nova 13 series mobile phones has been postponed, and the Nova small folding phone is tentatively scheduled for August 2024.

Huawei’s next core product should be the Nova 13 series, all of which will be equipped with Kirin 5G chips as standard, and Ultra Satellite Communication.

As early as last month, there were reports that Huawei will release a small folding screen phone in the nova series in early August this year.

Huawei considered releasing its nova series vertical folding phone in May this year at the end of last year, but the time was repeatedly postponed.

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