Huawei showcased its latest innovations and flagship products at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2023 in Barcelona, Spain. The company displayed a wide range of innovative technologies, flagship products, and ecosystems, highlighting its commitment to providing high-value innovative experiences and services for global consumers.
The theme of Huawei’s exhibition was “GUIDE to the Intelligent World,” which was designed to resemble a global high-end flagship store to create a “tech oasis” for an immersive experience that integrates smart technology and trendy life scenarios.
Huawei showcased various products, including the HUAWEI Mate 50 Pro, HUAWEI WATCH Buds, and HUAWEI WATCH GT Cyber. The company also held brand and technology exchange activities, in-depth conversations with global industry and ecological partners, and demonstrations of their latest innovations and future strategies.
Huawei’s smartphone innovations were on full display, such as the HUAWEI Mate Xs 2, HUAWEI Mate 50 Series, and HUAWEI nova 10 Series in 2022, to demonstrate Huawei’s imaging capabilities, leading folding technology, and understanding of the needs of younger users.
The HUAWEI Mate 50 Series led the way with several breakthroughs, delivering the ultimate technological innovation experience, from the XMAGE imaging system to the ultra-reliable Kunlun Glass. The ultra-light, ultra-flat, and super durable HUAWEI Mate Xs 2 propels the folding screen mobile phone to a new level. The HUAWEI nova 10 Series continues to lead the innovation of smartphone selfie camera imaging technology, providing features such as Portrait Close-up Camera, Front Dual-View Video, and Showcase Focus Front Camera.
Huawei continued to promote the development of advanced mobile camera imaging technology. During the HUAWEI XMAGE Salon in Barcelona, Huawei unveiled the “HUAWEI XMAGE Trend Report 2023” and invited experts to discuss research results and explore the evolving relationship between technology and creators.
At this year’s MWC, Huawei launched two innovative wearable products, Huawei WATCH Buds, and HUAWEI WATCH GT Cyber, demonstrating state-of-the-art innovations in wearable technology. The wearables also made breakthroughs in software capabilities, delivering professional health and exercise monitoring for users globally through self-developed innovations such as HUAWEI TruSeen, HUAWEI TruSport, and HUAWEI TruSleep.
Huawei’s Mobile Services (HMS) ecosystem exhibition demonstrated to global developers the full-range capabilities. From app development, distribution, and operation growth, to customer monetization, the HMS ecosystem is accelerating its empowerment of application developers with full-scenario capability exposure and global platform deployment, providing developers with full life-cycle services.
Huawei leads the number of global patent applications and has achieved impressive results in intellectual property strategy. According to data released by IFI CLAIMS Patent Services, a global patent database provider, Huawei saw steady patent applications in the past two years, rising from ninth in 2020 to fourth in 2022.
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Huawei has invested more than RMB 845 billion in R&D expenses in the past decade, holding more than 45,000 valid authorized patent families (over 110,000 pieces) worldwide. Over 90 percent of the patents are invention patents, and their patent value has been fully recognized by the industry.