A very decaffeinated start for the MWC22 on its first day. The most influential connectivity event in the world showed a low influx this Monday in the early hours of the morning, rising as the hours passed, but without achieving figures like those of previous years, prior to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Under the slogan, `Connectivity Unleashes´, attendees were able to enjoy a total of 1,500 exhibitors, as well as access to more than 1,000 speakers. This edition is focusing on the power of connectivity and the innovative technologies that will build today’s industry and society.
Mats Granryd, General Director of the GSMA, was in charge of opening the new edition with these words, “We are delighted to see how vitality is returning to Barcelona. This edition of the MWC offers a collective opportunity to show how the digital ecosystem will transform lives, while supporting global recovery through mobile technology.”
Below we present the most outstanding novelties of the first day of MWC22
Ultra fast charging with OPPO
OPPO has introduced two key breakthroughs in high-speed fast charging: 150W SUPERVOOC with Battery Health Engine (BHE), and SUPERVOOC fast charging technology. 240W
Thanks to the integration of BHE within the SUPERVOOC ultrafast charge At 150W, the battery is capable of maintaining 80% of its original capacity after up to 1,600 charge cycles, doubling the industry standard, and enabling extremely fast charging as well as increased battery health protection.
Since the launch of VOOC fast charging in 2014, OPPO has prioritized the full charging experience by leading the development of fast charging technology. We will continue to push the limits of high-power fast charging technology, actively address emerging issues such as deteriorating battery health, and provide users with safe, efficient, smart and fast charging solutions that go beyond simple speed”, says Jeff Zhang, Chief Charging Technology Scientist at OPPO.
- SUPERVOOC 150W with BHE: This fast charge uses direct charging technology with two charge pumps that can support charges up to 20V/7.5A, all thanks to the evolution of the leading fast charge predecessor technology, SUPERVOOC 125W.
- UPERVOOC 240W: It is designed with 24V/10A technology on Type-C interface. It has three charge pumps and the power supplied to the terminals can be converted to 10V/24A. It conforms to the specifications of existing devices and has been tested in terms of heat dissipation, ensuring optimal efficiency and increased safety. In addition, the leading battery discharge capacity allows the hardware to support a maximum of 240W.
HONOR Magic4 Series
The global technology brand HONOR has dedicated the first day of Mobile to present the new line of premium products at MWC 2022, HONOR Magic4 Series. Consisting of HONOR Magic4 and HONOR Magic4 Pro, the new devices feature cutting-edge technology to deliver new advances in smartphone design, display, photography, videos, performance and privacy.
“At HONOR, we always ask ourselves what we can do to meet users’ needs and create the best product experience for them. Our premium HONOR Magic series is a true showcase of our innovative technology and demonstrates our self-improvement attitude to constantly challenge industry standards,” said George Zhao, Global CEO of HONOR.
Equipped with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 5G Mobile Platform1, the HONOR Magic4 series offers users unmatched power and performance. Thanks to its industry-leading 7th generation Qualcomm AI engine and Cortex-X2 CPU Architecture, it boasts blazing-fast processing speeds while achieving high levels of efficiency.
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📲 PANTALLA de 6,8" Amoled 120Hz LTPO
🐉 PROCESADOR Snapdragon 8gen1
⚡️ 8GB RAM
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Among its features we highlight:
- Triple camera with ultrafusion computational photography
- Cinematic videography with Magic-Log Movie Master
- Powerful 100W wireless charging
- Enhanced privacy and security with the Privacy Call feature
Availability: HONOR Magic4 Series will reach the Spanish market in the first half of next May. HONOR Magic4 Pro will be available at an MSRP of €1,099.
This has been the second day of MWC22, these are its news
Huawei, everything to the green
During this year’s MWC Barcelona, Huawei is meeting with global carriers, industry partners, and thought leaders to discuss topics such as 5G business success, green technology, connectivity + IT for new growth, and its GUIDE business plan, with a focus on business and social value, to illuminate a bright future for the digital economy.
Huawei’s booths, located in Hall 1, were designed to mimic a “DigiTelligent Forest”, showcasing the tremendous opportunities offered by the ICT industry. The booths showcase the company’s latest products and solutions, such as gigabit mobile networks, cloud network “fast lanes”, all-optical destination networks, digital and intelligent O&M transformation, and comprehensive green development solutions. .
The recent GUIDE business project supports digital network providers by laying out the five core capabilities that operators will need to develop for business success in the coming decades, including:
- the expansion of services such as efficient innovation
- the use of resources
- competition in value
- contribution to society
In addition, with its full range of green solutions, including green sites, networks and operations, the company aims to help operators increase network capacity and reduce power consumption per bit, achieving “More Bits, Less Watts.” .
Memorandum of Understanding EOI and Huawei
The Memorandum of Understanding for the promotion of training activities in an area of special interest such as ICTs has promoted collaboration between Huawei and the School of Industrial Organization (EOI), within the cooperation that EOI maintains with other companies with a strong foothold in Spain, such as Cisco or Google.
Both companies will promote and facilitate EOI’s activities in the development and training of professionals in the fields of telecommunications and information technology. For Nieves Olivera, general director of EOI, the signed MOU “highlights the importance that digitization and ICTs play in our training offer. A field in which EOI has been at the forefront of business schools in Spain for more than 30 years and in which we plan to continue working to train talent and build a conscious and sustainable future”.
In turn, Eric Li, CEO of Huawei Spain, highlights that “in order to achieve a fully digital Spain, we must have a leading ICT sector, made up of the best professionals. To achieve this, we will need initiatives such as this MoU, which promote the enormous talent already present in our country. At Huawei, we maintain our firm commitment to continue betting on promoting the digital skills of Spaniards through our great experience in the telecommunications sector.”
The collaboration agreement is a cooperation project between the world of schools and companies, in which higher education institutions participate in order to build this ecosystem of talent and promote the development of the ICT industry.
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