Huawei Introduces New Multi-Screen Software for Content Sharing at MWC

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  • 27 Feb 2013
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  • Huawei has had a very good time at this year´s MWC event, getting the chance to unveil some of its best devices, including the Android powered Ascend D2 and the first Windown 8 device – Huawei W8. In terms of software the manufacturer unveiled its newest content sharing services.

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    Huawei introduced the multi-screen software called – AirSharing, at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2013. Huawei AirSharing software connects to a range of equipments, including smartphones, tablets and products for home and incorporates the content, functionality and control technologies through Huawei wireless cloud solution.

    AirSharing supports a number of functions, such as providing content and photos from a mobile phone to your TV for instant viewing, including sharing gaming experiences on smartphones, tablets and TV screens. AirSharing can also be used during business meetings, allowing users to design existing files on their smartphone on a monitor via a Wi-Fi connection. The service will be available on some of the manufacturer´s newest devices and it is integrated its latest version of the Emotion UI that has been custom made by Huawei for their devices.

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    • Mel

      Does this work on the Ascend P1 device?

    • Bull Winkle

      I clicked multiwindow and nothing happened. When will the companies that use Android learn the word “intuitive”? This is why Apple Pay has become a household word, when Google Wallet was here well before. Multiwindow sounds like what the Galaxy Note can do – split screen. What’s more, when I select multiwindow, some sort of clear direction should come up.

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