Given the ambitious Huawei plans to become the world’s first manufacturer of smartphones, it is logical that the company’s devices are equipped with new technologies. After the release of Honor V8 unit, the company’s first smartphone with a 2K-display, the company intends to further advance in VR segment, and now Huawei announced that it will launch a new Daydream-compatible smartphone this fall.
The statement was followed by Director of Huawei, Richard Yu, who heads the Department of the Chinese consumer electronics company, in an interview with Wall Street Journal.
As you know, one company is already certified smartphone to use the new VR-platform from Google, it has become Huawei Nexus 6P.
In addition, he said that the company’s partnership with the German manufacturer of the Leica optics – which began with the P9 smartphone – a long-term alliance that is expected to continue for at least the next five years. Yu also hinted that the Huawei company can begin selling smartphones across operators in the United States, saying that the current debate on this issue continues.
It seems that in the near future the company has set a lot of goals, but we only need to observe whether the company will be able to implement them.