Huawei today introduced its competitor to the iPad Pro. During the MatePad Pro launch conference, the Chinese manufacturer's CEO admitted that there are no plans to enter the home appliance segment.
According to Richard Yu, the company wants to focus on smartphones, smart audio products, computers and tablets. In addition, the company also intends to focus on wearables such as smartwatches and smartbands.
Huawei's CEO already in March this year had shown total disinterest in investing in appliances. At that time there was talk of the first smart TVs of the manufacturer, and their development in artificial intelligence.
As he then stated, Richard Yu confirms that “Huawei's Internet of Things and smartphones are all inseparable. In the future, your home hardware may be controlled by Huawei smartphones. ”
Huawei follows different strategy from Xiaomi
This is a completely different strategy from companies like Xiaomi. The Chinese company also invests heavily in appliances, and its connectivity to its Mi Home ecosystem.
Huawei's goal is not to make intelligent hardware for home appliances, but only to add to consumers. The future will tell if this is the right strategy for the company.
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