A  Review of Huawei’s Sound Joy Speakers

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Huawei’s Sound Joy Speakers and Why is Everyone Talking About Them?

Sound Joy by Huawei is a Bluetooth speaker that is designed to provide an immersive sound experience. It’s perfect for listening to music, watching TV and movies, and gaming.

The Huawei sound Joy Speakers are a great pair of speakers which offer both design and features. They have a cylindrical and attractive design which is perfect for any room. 

The build quality of these speakers is also worth mentioning. The casing is made of specially woven durable mesh fabric which will provide components inside good protection. In short, Sound Joy speakers are portable and stylish. 

The speakers also have a lot of features, including the ability to connect with other devices via Bluetooth 5.2. This new version of Bluetooth gives our higher sound quality as well as lower power consumption. 

The sound quality on these speakers is also fantastic, with deep bass and clear treble. 

Huawei has partnered with a renowned French audio tech company Devialet. They have used Devialet Sam technology. This technology provides perfect alignment between the record signal and the acoustic pressure generated by loudspeakers. 

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It comes with four 79 dBA @ 2m Devialet speakers. It features a 20W carbon-fibre combined diaphragm which enables low frequency to resound fully. It has 10 W Silk Dome Tweeter which is specially tuned by Devialet. This tuning by the renowned company provides exceptional clarity even in very high volume. 

Sound Joy Speakers comes with Shake pair technology. This will enable you to combined two speakers’ sets and create a stereo setup.  It also features automatic discovery feature. Just bring your device near to speaker to connect.

Sound Joy Speakers is packed with 8800 mAh battery which will give you 26 hours continuous playback. Huawei has provided 40W super-fast charging support. 


It also comes with a built-in microphone so you can answer phone calls or use it as a speakerphone.

The Sound Joy Speaker is available in two colors: Obsidian black or Spruce Green. 

Conclusion

The Huawei sound Joy Speakers are an excellent example of how AI can be used to create a product that is not only technologically advanced but also aesthetically pleasing. It supports Huawei AI Life app. 

Huawei FreeBuds 4i: the best affordable wireless headphones 


The Huawei FreeBuds 4i are headphones offers excellent audio quality as well as their noise reduction. 

We all know that Huawei is making great efforts to stay in the smartphone market. The company is offering great products to attract consumers. FreeBuds 4i is one their attractive product which effect reduces surrounding sound. The good thing is that company is offering such products at a reasonable price. Their good product and low price has made them interesting headphones in this price bracker.

Huawei offers headphones with passive isolation coupled with active noise reduction in Freebuds 4i.
This technology allows you to enjoy crystal clear sound, even in a noisy environment. 

The presence of two microphones, which act to reduce ambient noise, up to 22 dB according to the brand.

The active noise reduction is indeed felt and allows you to isolate yourself in part. However, do not expect noise reduction worthy of the best headphones on the market like AirPods Pro or the Sony WF-1000XM4.

But we will have to take into consideration that Huawei is offering this function at an affordable price. 

A Perception mode is included it helps you hear what’s going on around you without having to take off your headphones – practical in certain situations such as crossing a pedestrian crossing or listening to an announcement at the station.



On the audio side, Huawei’s headphones offer a warm and balanced sound reproduction, broadcast thanks to the speakers – or transducers – 10 mm in diameter in each of the two headphones. In addition, true wireless headphones are well compatible with the classic codecs such as Bluetooth SBC and AAC , but we will not be able to find aptX or LDAC. For this price range, they have the merit of being quite precise and efficient, especially in vocals or treble.

Pleasant to wear and surprisingly durable
In addition to offering a rather warm sound, the FreeBuds 4i are comfortable once in the ear canal. With their in-ear format, they will adapt perfectly to the shape of your ear thanks to the various silicone tips provided.

They will be able to be forgotten during long listening sessions. They are also equipped with capacitive sensors for simplified and intuitive touch control. For the case that houses the earphones, it will slip easily into your pocket, as it retains the same oval pebble shape as the FreeBuds Pro.

Finally, the headphones are very durable. The Chinese manufacturer promises a usage time of 10 hours without noise reduction activated, and 7.5 hours with it. We especially appreciate their ability to recharge quickly, because 25 minutes are enough to recharge them 100% once placed in their case. Moreover, the latter will lose a large part of its battery after this recharge, so you should not rely too 

Huawei ready to launch its operating system globally

Huawei’s smartphones sales have been badly affected by the US sanctions.  The sanction shrunk the company’s market share in smartphones. 

The main reason for this dwindling market share is the company is not able to Google services and apps. The company was forced to use the open-source Android system for its smartphones. 

That’s why Huawei has been offering smartphones running the Harmony OS operating system in China since 2021 to compete with Android.

Now the Chinese company has decided to launch phones equipped with Harmony OS globally.

According to the company, as of December 2, 2021, Harmony OS has been updated in 2135 Huawei and Honor devices.

In a recent interview, Derek Yu, head of Huawei’s Consumer Business, said that the company’s Harmony OS operating system will be available to global consumers in 2022.

This is the first time a senior Huawei official has talked about introducing Harmony OS globally.

The company has now upgraded its Android-based EMUI 12 system to its smartphone users outside of China.

According to Derek U, the overall performance of the devices will be improved by 10% with the transfer of Harmony OS from the Android operating system.

It is worth noting that Harmony OS 3.0 is already under construction, with a beta version expected to be released in the first quarter of next year.

The Huawei official did not give a specific date or month for the global availability of Harmony OS.

Huawei officially launched the Harmony OS system on June 2 and now has more than 150 million users in China, and the company expects that number to reach 300 million by the end of the year.

Huawei introduces Nova 8 SE 4G version in China

Huawei had recently introduced the Nova 8 smartphone with 5G support.

Now the Chinese company has introduced the Nova 8SE 4G version which is not much different.

The difference between the two is the processor and the Nova 8SE uses the company’s own Kirin  710A chipset. 

Kirin 710A is an 8 core chipset. It was launched in June 24, 2020. It has been used by Samsung too. It has 4 performance cores running at 2GHz and 4 power saving cores. The chipset offers decent processing power. 

The Nova 8SE 5G has MediaTek’s Dimensity 720 or 800U processor that provides 5G support.

The new phone comes with a 6.5-inch OLED display with Full HD Plus resolution. It feature 402ppi density. 

The fingerprint sensor is mounted inside the screen, while the Water Drop Notch features a 16-megapixel camera.

There is a setup of 4 cameras on the back of the phone.

 This setup has a 64-megapixel main camera with 8-megapixel UltraWide, 2-megapixel macro and 2-megapixel depth sensor cameras.

As far as the battery is concerned, it is 3800 mAh with 66 watt fast charging support.

And yes, due to US sanctions, this phone is also deprived of Google Play Store and other services. Despite this it a good smartphone for those people who require a smartphone to carry out day to operations.

Similarly, instead of Android, the company has used its own Harmony OS2 operating system.

The phone will be available in 8GB RAM and 128GB storage and is the first to be offered for sale in China.

It is priced at 2,099 yuan (about 58,000 Pakistani rupees) and it is not yet possible to say anything about its availability outside of China

Huawei Mate 50 coming soon


Huawei introduced the P50 series in late July 2021. The company is  now preparing to launch the flagship Mate 50.

Possible Mate 50 Design – Photo courtesy of Gizmo China

Huawei is preparing to return to the premium smartphone market with the Mate 50 series.

According to a new report , the Mate series phones will be introduced during the first quarter of 2022. The company has not said officially about this.

However , leaks published in different websites say these phones can be introduced in March 2022.

Market insiders assumed that Huawei would introduce the Mate 50 series sometime in 2021, but the P50 was introduced too late in July, which led to the postponement of the Mate series phones.

Huawei plans to use flagship Snapdragon 898 processor in the Mate series phones. It is reported that that the Mate 50 series will offer only 4G only. I think it is a good idea. 5G network has still not been widely used across the globe.

The processor will be introduced by Qualcomm in December 2021.

Huawei phones are likely to have LTPO displays, the same technology was seen in Apple’s iPhone 31 Pro series.
These display use low-temperature polycrystalline oxide for switching circuits.

This also means that the phones will also have 120 Hz refresh rate support.

According to some leaks, Mate 50 series satellite connectivity can also be provided so that the phones can be used in regions where mobile network is not available.

Huawei will be able to use the Chinese-made Baidu satellite system for this purpose

Pakistani website Whatmobile has given specification on its site.  The information on their website says it will have Octa-core setup. The company will use Snapdragon 898 with Adreno 730 GPU. 

Huawei launches Nova 9 for gamers

Two beautifully designed mid-range smartphones have been launched by Huawei. These two phones have an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G SoC.

The company claims that Snapdragon 778G 5G Mobile Platform will offer cutting-mobile gaming. It comes with enhanced AI.

Qualcomm  says this chipset is specially designed to enhance the entertainment experience of users. Huawei mentions three important features of this chip. It says it can capture three videos at once due to Qualcomm Spectra 570L ISP. This chipset can transfer data between all at a high speed. 

For gamers, it offers features like Variable Rate Shading (VRS) for fast, efficient gameplay. During the game, it preserves high visual fidelity. 

It is evident from the specification these smartphones will be liked by people who love gaming and love to shoot videos.

It is a dual-sim phone and is powered by  HarmonyOS 2 which is based on Android Open Source Project

Nova 9 has a 6.57-inch full-HD+ (1,080×2,340 pixels) OLED display. Its 20Hz refresh rate and 300Hz touch sampling rate will give users an amazing experience in watching content. 

The phone comes with  a 4,300mAh battery that supports 66W Super Fast Charge.

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