Huawei is integrating laptops, tablets and smartphones

With the emphasis last year on the need to work from home and e-learning scenarios, the demand for tablets and laptops has seen a massive surge.

Every family now requires at least one laptop computer for each person, whether for work or study, which can be supplemented with a tablet and smartphone to combine them together.

Besides the increase in the demand for laptops, there has been an increase in tablets, as with both devices together, the user experience is further improved by linking them in one ecosystem.

And this industrial change has happened strongly with “Huawei”, which integrates its smart products and cloud services all as part of the “HUAWEI AI Seamless Life” strategy, as part of (1 + 8 + n) to provide users with an immersive and connected experience.

Essentially, this strategy keeps the smartphone at the center of everything, like the HUAWEI Mate 40 Pro, to connect to 8 different categories of the company’s products, and a wide range of IoT devices (n) through layers such as Huawei Share and HiLink ».

Huawei is working to improve the user experience by integrating it with the smartphone to provide seamless interactions and smart solutions. For example, working and answering chats and even answering emails are more easily done on the smartphone, but the smartphone is constantly picked up while Work can be very upsetting to productivity.

The company stated that a solution to this matter is possible with the Huawei Multi-Screen Collaboration feature.

Users can simply take a Huawei smartphone and tap on a compatible laptop such as the HUAWEI MateBook X to instantly cast the smartphone screen onto the laptop.

Users can control both devices simultaneously, open multiple windows to run more applications from the smartphone simultaneously, and even drag and drop files for easy file transfer.

Users can also answer incoming smartphone calls directly on the laptop instead, even with the connected peripherals.

A similar relationship has been built between Huawei smartphones and tablets, such as the “HUAWEI MatePad Pro” tablet, with the “Multi-Screen Collaboration” feature at the user’s disposal.

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