On October 22, the HUAWEI Mate 40 Series made its global debut with the 5nm flagship SoC, the Kirin 9000, which delivers faster speeds, lower heat and improved energy efficiency. The full series boasts a 90Hz high refresh rate display, the unique space ring camera design and an 88-degree ultra-curved screen.
The incredibly powerful imaging system is also one of the phone’s most outstanding features, including a 50MP SuperSensing Cine Camera. However, as always, the smart connectivity between Huawei’s phones, PCs and tablet is particularly interesting.
The “smart connectivity” between Huawei’s phones and PCs is delivered by Huawei Share. Based on Huawei’s distributed technology, Huawei Share overturns the traditional way of transferring documents, pictures and videos, allowing easier file sharing between mobile phones and PCs. Clever new tricks also enable unprecedented interoperability across multiple devices. Huawei Share breaks through the problem of file transferral between Windows and Android devices, using a simple interaction system to resolve a widespread issue that traditional PC manufacturers have been grappling with for years.
Huawei’s PCs, such as the HUAWEI MateBook X Pro and MateBook X, have long been designed with this inherent smart collaborative DNA of Huawei’s phones. For example, the HUAWEI MateBook X Pro and MateBook X are both equipped with Huawei Share, which provides a Multi-screen Collaboration experience between Huawei MateBooks and phones. Users need only focus on a single screen, using the MateBook’s professional capabilities to handle professional office tasks on the PC, as well as operating mobile apps, making all your work more focused and efficient.
At the touch of button, you can collaborate and interact in real time across the HUAWEI MateBook and your Huawei phone. The two-way drag-and-drop transfer feature enables faster viewing, editing and sharing of documents, images and text between the MateBook and your phone, and also allows you to open and edit files from your phone directly on your laptop.
Take advantage of the MateBook’s hardware capabilities to process information on your phone. You can also perform the tasks of two devices on a single laptop or make and receive audio and video phone calls right on your laptop.
The HUAWEI Mate 40 is officially pre-installed with EMUI 11. With EMUI 11, Huawei has continued to explore the potential of distributed technologies, upgrading Multi-screen Collaboration for greater cross-device interoperability which not only breaks through the physical limitations of the screen but also the limitations of viewing only a single window and single task at a time. After upgrading EMUI 11 on phones and PC Manager 11 on PCs, Multi-screen Collaboration now allows you to open up to three mobile app windows at once, making multi-tasking more efficient and convenient. You can open up your phone’s messaging, news and entertainment apps to chat, scan the news and watch videos, all at the same time and all on one screen.
On top of this, this is not to mention features like file dragging, and the ability to copy and paste text. In Huawei Share, Huawei has developed a fully mature all-scenario setup to better connect you with each and every one of your devices.