- Sep 6, 2021
As is known to everyone the Chinese smartphone company, Huawei got into a legal battle with the US, and ever since the Huawei smartphones had been banned in the US, the Chinese company has trouble keeping their business afloat.
With this, Huawei has come up with a new Huawei Smart Business Suitcase.
For this, Huawei teamed up with Samsonite. The new bag comes in different sizes, 20, 25, and 28 inches which are priced at $ 291, $337, and $ 380 respectively.
One of the key features of this suitcase is that the users of this suitcase can easily unlock the case. If the smart suitcase was previously synchronized with a Huawei smartphone, the lock will automatically open if the smartphone is brought into the reading area. This will work even if the phone screen is turned off.
Huawei’s latest smart suitcase also comes with a battery storage compartment and an external USB port. As for the interior of the suitcase, the company claims that it is made from eco-friendly fabrics, and the body is made of aluminum alloy.
Apart from introducing the new smart business suitcase, Huawei has also announced its own HarmonyOS 2.0 system. The company has mentioned that so far only a series of Beta versions will be launched, and more devices will soon join the new OS in the near future.
HarmonyOS 2.0 supports automatic screen recognition which comes with the ability to perform more accurate voice recognition operations for different types of devices. It also focuses on block device connection coordination to ensure fast and smooth cross-device links which offer a delay as low as 10ms, and a traffic throughput of up to 2.4Gbps.
Hongmeng OS 2.0 supports CC EAL 5+ security certification. This may be an indication that all major IoT devices will support this system. So far the new OS will be available for small smart screens, and later on, Huawei will come up with the Beta version for large screens, watches, and other smart devices from September 10. Starting next year, Huawei mobile phones will fully support the new Harmony OS 2.0.