Chinese technology giant Huawei has launched a smart TV — Huawei Smart Screen V55i TV — along with its Nova 7 smartphone series in its home country. The smart TV offers a thin bezel design and is set to go on sale starting next week, Huawei Smart Screen V55i TV pricePriced at CNY 3,799 (approximately Rs 41,000), the Huawei Smart Screen V55i TV is set to go on sale starting April 26 and is already available on Vmall. Huawei Smart Screen V55i TV specsThe Huawei Smart Screen V55i TV is a 55-inch 4K LCD display with a 2.6mm narrow bezels. It comes powered by a quad-core processor that includes two Cortex-A73 cores and two Cortex-A53 cores with Mali-G51 GPU. It offers 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage. On the top of the display, there is a pop-up camera with 1080p resolution. It also includes a smart audio system and packs a 2.4L large sound cavity speaker. The TV comes with a smart remote control and offers voice control. As mentioned, Huawei has launched this TV along … [Read more...] about Huawei Smart Screen V55i TV launched in China: Price, availability and more
Beijing: China has asked the Canadian government to release telecom company Huawei's chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou ahead of a court ruling on the Chinese executive's extradition to the US on Wednesday. Meng, 48, who is deputy chair of the Chinese company's board and daughter of its founder Ren Zhengfei, was detained in Vancouver in December 2018 on the US's charges of bank fraud. She is also accused of misleading investment bank HSBC Holdings of her company's dealings with the Iran government, which the US had sanctioned. Meng is fighting extradition to the US. Meng's arrest had stunned China, considering the iconic status of Huawei which is the Asian powerhouse's largest private company. The US has banned using Huawei products and technology in its telecom network -- citing safety concerns. Following Meng's arrest, China detained two Canadians, former diplomat Michael Kovrig and entrepreneur Michael Spavor in an act widely seen as retaliation. On paper, they were … [Read more...] about China demands Huawei CFO’s release ahead of Canadian court’s ruling on her extradition to the US
But the Prime Minister faced backlash on amendments to the Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill 2019-2020 from rebel Tories in March, which could spark further backlash should he fail to strike a balance on demands to phase out Huawei as well as appease the Trump administration in future post-Brexit trade talks between Washington and London. Sputnik takes a look at the consequences of restricting Huawei's role in current and future telecoms networks. … [Read more...] about Full-Fibre Fallout: How Much Could Possible UK Gov’t Phase-Out Of Huawei Cost Britain’s IT, 5G Edge?
The sources, who pleaded not to be identified because he was not authorised to speak on behalf of Okere’s family, disclosed that the family had been managing Okere’s dementia for some time. … [Read more...] about [ICYMI] Former DG of Imo Broadcasting Corporation stabs wife to death
“From bad to worse to worst, the U.S. economy is in the midst of an outright economic free-fall,” said market analyst Christopher Vecchio at Dailyfx.com. “Despite what the U.S. Treasury yield curve has been signaling – less than a 20% chance of a recession within the next 12-months – it’s obvious that fears of a major economic contraction are well-founded.” … [Read more...] about GLOBAL MARKETS-U.S. stock market falls on plunging retail sales, China-U.S. tensions; oil up
Ygeman was quoted as saying: "You have probably already used Huawei if you are now surfing on 4G. There has been quite a lot of equipment from the company. Then the question is how the operators choose to use different components in different parts of the network, depending on the security priority level of the specific part of the network. That question should be directed to the operator, because the suppliers are not who the legislation is aimed at." … [Read more...] about Swedish digital minister sees no problem in Huawei used in 5G: report