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A Sneak Peek Into the Huawei Smart Living Pavilion Museum

Bipasha Mandal
Bipasha Mandal
Bipasha Mondal is writer at TechGenyz

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The Huawei Smart Living Pavilion exemplifies what the future ecology would look like. Starting from its exterior design to its interior, it is something that captures everyone’s attention.

The center is designed in a unique way which is called jade box opening. In fact, the whole structure of the center relates to technology. The living hall is built on 1300 square meters and is surrounded by 179 pieces of ultra-white high-transmittance glass. The façade of the building is actually a 3D atmosphere screen and a 3D ultra-high-definition large screen.

Inside, Huawei’s smartphones are showcased, including the Huawei P40 series, Huawei nova series, Huawei MatePad tablet, Huawei smartwatch, Huawei true wireless Bluetooth headset, etc.

The booth in which these devices are showcased is completely wireless and paperless. However, smartphones do come with anti-theft technology through Bluetooth technology. One can also purchase products directly from the place, but they do need to contact the staff.

The center also comes with an exhibition area dedicated to displaying product selling features. The second floor gives a simulation of Huawei homes; rooms packed and decorated with smart Huawei home products. The devices showcased here can be controlled through the “smart life” APP, including Huawei smart screen, Huawei Sound X smart speaker, air purifier, etc.

Apart from the decorative rooms, the museum also shows and is packed with things that young people levitate towards, such as fitness at home. The Huawei Smart Screen will use the camera to record the user’s status and give feedback using AI. The app will let the user know if any of the devices are faulty.

The VR experience area provides two kinds of experiences: one is enjoyed in a sitting position, and the other one is the game area.

The Smart Life Pavilion area introduced the Huawei HiCar, Huawei’s smart vehicle platform. This could easily be connected to the entire Huawei smart center. It comes with several functions that smart cars usually have. The HiCar’s driving care function can monitor the driver’s driving status in real-time via the camera. A voice prompt will also let the user know of any dangerous activity.

To top it all off, there is a large film ceiling lamp which any Huawei smartphone can bring it to life.   


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