Huawei Ascend P6 Camera Feature

Huawei Ascend P6 Camera Feature

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Huawei Ascend P6 captures even the minute things in detail.

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4G and 5G – The Future of Mobile Networks, as seen by Huawei

A brief Introduction to 4G:
Two 4G candidate systems are commercially deployed: the Mobile WiMAX standard and the first-release Long Term Evolution (LTE)  standard . A 4G system does not support traditional circuit-switched telephony service, but all-Internet Protocol (IP) based communication such as IP telephony. It is possible to transfer very high bit rates despite extensive multi-path radio 
propagation (echoes). 4G also has smart antenna arrays for multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) communications. New mobile generations have appeared about every ten years since the first move from 1981 analog (1G) to digital (2G) transmission in 1992. This was followed, in 2001, by 3G multi-media support, spread spectrum transmission and at least 200 
kbit/s peak bit rate, in 2011/2012 expected to be followed by “real” 4G, which refers to all-Internet Protocol (IP)  packet-switched networks giving mobile ultra-broadband (gigabit speed) access.


The 4G system was originally envisioned by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).The DARPA selected 
the distributed architecture and end-to-end Internet protocol (IP), and believed at an early stage in peer-to-peer networking 
in which every mobile device would be both a transceiver and a router for other devices in the network, eliminating the 
spoke-and-hub weakness of 2G and 3G cellular systems. Since the 2.5G GPRS system, cellular systems have provided dual 
infrastructures: packet switched nodes for data services, and circuit switched nodes for voice calls. In 4G systems, the circuit-switched infrastructure is abandoned and only a packet-switched network is provided, while 2.5G and 3G systems require both packet-switched and circuit-switched network nodes, i.e. two infrastructures in parallel. This means that in 4G, traditional voice calls are replaced by IP telephony.

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Huawei’s 4G technology:
By the end of 2009, Huawei had deployed the most trial, pre-commercial, and commercial LTE networks in the world. Ying Weimin, who heads the Huawei LTE Product Line, said late 2009 through 2010 as the critical time for LTE roll out, and  states that companies who seize opportunities now will dominate 4G, especially with terminals such as iPhone sending data traffic into the stratosphere.Although Chinese vendors are aiming to cover all major 3G and 4G technologies, most, like  Huawei, are prioritizing LTE-Advanced technology.China’s home-made LTE-Advanced technology is relying on the development of  China Mobile’s TD network, the optimization of which began at the end of 2009. 

Ying mentions that LTE and WiMAX do not compete as they use different frequencies. Given the existing 3G global layout, LTE  will outshine other future technical standards, and is increasingly backed by the world’s leading vendors. Ying expects that LTE deployment will accelerate in 2010 and that network construction will surge between 2011 and 2012. Although current trends show that the technical gap has narrowed from 4 to 10 years in the 2G and 3G eras to six months to one year in the 4G era, Huawei has taken the first vital step to gain a competitive edge.

China’s Huawei has thrown its considerable weight behind the promotion of 4G technology for use with M2M services. In a statement about its progress on winning 4G business, the equipment vendor said that while LTE networks are today being used mainly to connect people to the internet they would increasingly provide support for M2M and Internet of Things solutions. 

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“The mobile networks of the future will connect to any device, anywhere in the world, with near zero latency,” said David  Wang, the president of Huawei’s (Shenzhen, China) wireless network business unit. “The opportunities for industry are infinite – for medicine, retailing, transport, banking, media, education and manufacturing.” According to Huawei, LTE could be used in a variety of M2M applications, from connected vehicles and intelligent traffic management systems to domestic utility meters and smart grids. Huawei now claims to have signed a total of 241 LTE contracts worldwide. In the meantime, new M2M applications are being developed that need higher-speed connections to operate effectively. 

At CES 2014, Huawei Technologies displayed latest car Internet solutions. Its newest wireless communication modules are core components for car Internet technology, which will be used in car models launched by dozens of top carmakers in future one to two years. The ME909T 4G wireless module has a lifespan of ten years, connectible to Internet and computer system inside cars, compatible with multiple 4G technologies.

5G Technology:
5G or 5th generation mobile networks or 5th generation wireless systems is a term used to denote the next major phase of mobile telecommunications standards.Li-Fi, or light fidelity, is a 5th generation visible light communication network. Li-Fi uses light-emitting diodes to transmit data, rather than radio waves like Wi-Fi.the major difference from a user point of view between 4G and 5G techniques must be something else than increased maximum throughput; for example higher system spectral efficiency (data volume per area unit), lower battery consumption, lower outage probability (better coverage), high bit rates in larger portions of the coverage area, lower latencies, higher number of supported devices, lower infrastructure deployment costs, higher versatility and scalability or higher reliability of communications.

Huawei’s take on 5G network technology:
When people are still in the phase of experiencing 4G network technology for the first time, Huawei has devoted hundreds of research engineers to come up with 5G technology. Huawei plans to commercially roll out the 5G network technilogy within 7 years, latest by 2020. Zhou Yuefang, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Huawei’s LTE business unit and mobile broadband technologies believes that our fifth generation networks will have better spectrum management flexibility and indoor coverage will be improved due to the use of small cells installed within buildings. The Shenzhen-based company believes that if governments release the airwaves necessary for the adoption of 5G, mobile broadband could reach speeds of up to 10 gigabytes, roughly 100 times than the best 4G speeds currently available.

Huawei said earlier this year that it was “answering the call of 5G” by engaging in industry collaborative projects including METIS (Mobile and wireless communications Enablers for Twenty-twenty Information Society) project, which aims to lay down the foundation for 5G technology. Members include Docomo, Orange, T-Mobile and a number of universities.Chinese megafirm Huawei is set to invest a minimum of $600m (£370m) in research into 5G network technology by 2018.The speed of Huawei’s 5G will peak above 10Gps, over 100 times faster than the speeds offered by today’s 4G service providers.

Huawei Honor 3C: Make a style statement

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If you are looking for a Stronger, Faster & Smarter smartphone on the planet

 

The Huawei Honor 3C has been specially designed to fulfill all the aspirations that you can have from a smartphone. To make it possible, every feature of the phone has been enhanced – bigger screen, a better processor, a better camera and a stronger battery. In doing so, the elegance and aesthetics have been kept intact so that you can make a style statement with your Honor 3C.



Honor 3C is a complete package


Huawei Honor 3C Pros :-

  • LCD 5 Inches Display with 1280 x 720 Pixels Resolutions
  • 8 PM Primary Sony Camera performance is really good
  • 5 MP Secondary Camera for Superb Video Calling Experience
  • 2300 mAh Strong Battery
  • 2 GB RAM + 8GB ROM
  • Slim and Gorgeous device
  • No unwanted preloaded apps.



Huawei Honor 3C Full Specifications :-

Model: Honor 3C

Phone Type: Android Phone

 

Shape: Full Touch Bar

Operating System: Android 4.2 Jelly Bean

CPU: 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor

Device Control: Touch Screen

Size: 12.7 cm (5”) HD

Colors: 16 M colors

G-sensor: Support

Proximity: Support

Ambient Light Sensor: Support

RAM: 2 GB

ROM: 4 GB

External Memory support: 32 GB

Rear Side: 8 MP AF BSI Camera 1080p HD Video Recording & Playback

Front Side:

5 MP Front Camera with Auto Face Enhancement feature

Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.0

WiFi: Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n with Wi-Fi Direct support

DLNA: Support

Huawei backup: Yes

Calendar: Yes

Calculator: Yes

Alarm Clock: Yes

Music Player: Yes

Sound recorder: Yes

Gallery: Yes

File manager: Yes

Battery: 2300 mAh Battery, 30% Power Saving Patented Technology

Series: G Series

Branding: Huawei

Display: 12.7 cm (5”) HD




Experience clarity with 12.7 CM (5”) HD LCD Screen:

The 12.7 CM (5”) HD LCD Screen of the Honor 3C gives you dynamic and rich colors so that you can enjoy lifelike images and videos. The capacitive screen comes to life at the slightest tap of the finger. This highly responsive and less reflective screen takes your smartphone experience to a new high.


Compact Design:

The unique round edge design of the phone not only gives it an elegant look, but also makes it more comfortable to hold and experience. The Honor 3C has a screen to body ratio of 69% which makes it an extremely compact smartphone. The upper bezel of 4.5 mm reduces down to 2.2 mm on the side and adds to the compactness of the phone.



A performance powerhouse: 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor:

The Huawei Honor 3C comes with a 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor that takes your smartphone experience to a whole new level. With the power of this advanced processor at your disposal, you become a king of multitasking. The 2 GB RAM of the Honor 3C works wonders in combination with the Quad Cored processor and enhances your smartphone experience manifolds. Whether it is playing online games, downloading and watching videos or sending mails, everything is just a tap away from you.



Capture your special moments with 8 MP AF with Flash:

To add beauty to your special moments, we have equipped the Honor 3C with an 8 MP Sony BSI camera. This is not all; the camera also boasts of a Blue Glass Filter that gives you the luxury of choosing the desired hue for your photos. The Voice Photograph function enables you to click amazing photographs by voice command. With a focal length of F2.0, you can easily focus on the detail you want to capture. With the 6 CM Macro View of the camera you can bring amazing clarity and detail in your photographs.



The Dual SIM, Dual Standby advantage:

The Dual SIM Dual Standby feature of the Huawei Honor 3C helps you to manage your personal and professional worlds in a more efficient way. It also helps you reduce the call rates and optimize the data usage.



The selfie expert: 5 MP Front Camera:

For those seamless video calls and great selfies, we haveequipped the Honor 3C with 5 MP front facing camera that has 22 mm wide angle lens. It comes with a magic preview window for that perfect click. The panoramic selfie feature allows you to click self portraits with great backdrops.



Dynamic duo: Android 4.2 with Emotion UI 2.0 lite:

When you have Android 4.2TM on your phone, you not only get the confidence of working on one of the best mobile operating systems but also get more options for apps. Honor 3C gives you the additional benefit of the EmotionUI 2.0 that makes your phone management a cakewalk. It starts your selected applications automatically when you turn the phone on. Besides, your applications get better security through features like harassment filter, permission manager and notification manager.



Strong 2300 mAh Battery:

This smartphone will never leave you high and dry during multi-tasking as it comes with a strong 2300 mAh battery. What makes Honor 3C a truly energy efficient smartphone is the Huawei patented power saving technology that uses the power 30% more efficiently than any other phone. This means that you can play more games, have more talk time and above all get more peace of mind.

 

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Huawei Club Blog:Recent advancements in the Telecommunications Industry

Over few years there’s been rapid growth in Telecommunications Industry & I am going to collate the ones that have been profound over a dedace!!!

Adventof VoIP

“Skyping” would not be possible unless there was VoIP.The first recognisable VoIP software was launched back in the early days of the modern internet in 1995. Though primitive by today’s standards

 

The Future of VoIP

The success of Skype spawned a host of competitors, some of whom made aggressive inroads into the traditional telecoms market. The advent of ‘Skype Phones’ and residential VoIP plans offered by companies like Vonage threaten to render copper wire services obsolete. Many large corporations have already moved over to VoIP for business telephony, while a new wave of smartphone VoIP applications could undermine even mobile telephone calls. As internet connections continue to improve, VoIP seems set to further encroach on traditional phone services and may yet establish itself as the telecommunications standard for the 21st century.

 

Mobilenetworks through 2G, 2.5G and 3G & beyond…

New generations have appeared about every ten years since the first move from 1981 analog (1G) to digital (2G) transmission in 1992. This was followed, in 2001, by 3G multi-media support, spread spectrum transmission and peak throughputs of 200 kbit/s; and in 2011 by 4G, which refers to all-IP switched networks, mobile ultra-broadband (gigabit speed) access and multi-carrier transmission.

There will soon be the same number of cell phones on the planet aspeople.

WiFinetworks transform the computer to a mobile device.

Broadbandcellular

3G+networks transform the mobile device from just a phone to an extension of yourcomputer.

Smartphones

The smartphone is transforming the waypeople think about computing.

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Googleand Facebook can enter the telecom industry using the above technologies.

FixedMobile Convergence

Connect to your email or office applications, anywhere, anytime.

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Mobileentertainment

Yourphone is not just something to talk on or text with.

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Location-BasedService

Location-basedadvertising and “family locator” applications take off.

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Mobile Apps Web APIs enableInternet applications to much more easily handle telecom functions
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CloudApps

Withsupercomputer web services, anything seems possible.

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E-Publishing * (essentially what we are doing here!!!)

Hmm, the subscription model will “save” the magazine &newspaper industry? Many believers of the same school of thought believe it willtransform publishing profoundly!!!

For more such Technical Blogs, Kindly visit Huawei Club

Huawei Club Blog:Recent advancements in the Telecommunications Industry

Over few years there’s been rapid growth in Telecommunications Industry & I am going to collate the ones that have been profound over a dedace!!!

Adventof VoIP

“Skyping” would not be possible unless there was VoIP.The first recognisable VoIP software was launched back in the early days of the modern internet in 1995. Though primitive by today’s standards

 

 

The Future of VoIP

The success of Skype spawned a host of competitors, some of whom made aggressive inroads into the traditional telecoms market. The advent of ‘Skype Phones’ and residential VoIP plans offered by companies like Vonage threaten to render copper wire services obsolete. Many large corporations have already moved over to VoIP for business telephony, while a new wave of smartphone VoIP applications could undermine even mobile telephone calls. As internet connections continue to improve, VoIP seems set to further encroach on traditional phone services and may yet establish itself as the telecommunications standard for the 21st century.

 

Mobilenetworks through 2G, 2.5G and 3G & beyond…

New generations have appeared about every ten years since the first move from 1981 analog (1G) to digital (2G) transmission in 1992. This was followed, in 2001, by 3G multi-media support, spread spectrum transmission and peak throughputs of 200 kbit/s; and in 2011 by 4G, which refers to all-IP switched networks, mobile ultra-broadband (gigabit speed) access and multi-carrier transmission.

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There will soon be the same number of cell phones on the planet aspeople.

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WiFinetworks transform the computer to a mobile device.

 

Broadbandcellular

3G+networks transform the mobile device from just a phone to an extension of yourcomputer.

 



Smartphones

The smartphone is transforming the waypeople think about computing.

Image Courtesy

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Googleand Facebook can enter the telecom industry using the above technologies.

 

FixedMobile Convergence

Connect to your email or office applications, anywhere, anytime.

Image Courtesy

 

 

Mobileentertainment

Yourphone is not just something to talk on or text with.

Image Courtesy

 

Location-BasedService

Location-basedadvertising and “family locator” applications take off.

Image Courtesy

 

Mobile Apps Web APIs enableInternet applications to much more easily handle telecom functions
Image Courtesy

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CloudApps

Withsupercomputer web services, anything seems possible.

Image Courtesy

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E-Publishing * (essentially what we are doing here!!!)

Hmm, the subscription model will “save” the magazine &newspaper industry? Many believers of the same school of thought believe it willtransform publishing profoundly!!!

 

For more such Technical Blogs, Kindly visit Huawei Club