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MWC 2022: Huawei "Super Device" unveiled—to bring next-gen cross-device collaboration?

Huawei introduced "Super Device" as the next level of seamless connection across multiple devices at the MWC 2022 event.
MWC 2022: Huawei "Super Device" unveiled—to bring next-gen cross-device collaboration?
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Next-generation of Huawei ecosystem

The tech giant's smart ecosystem has been existing for quite a while, but this time their newly introduced software will bring an even smoother workflow.

Super Device refers to its connection capabilities between Health and Fitness, Easy Travel, Smart Office, Entertainment, and Smart Home.

The Smart Office feature aims to boost productivity by allowing cross-device collaboration. This capability connects all of your gadgets into a "singular experience".

You can now use the phone's application on your Huawei laptop or PC by up to three simultaneously by sharing the phone's screen on a Windows-powered device. Additionally, it will also allow you to drag and drop files for efficient productivity.

Meanwhile, Ecosystem Integration is another core function of the Smart Office. The Huawei Mobile App Engine gives access to AppGallery's huge array of popular productivity and entertainment apps to Huawei laptops.

Another highlight would be the Pop-Up pairing feature for an easier pairing of a Huawei computer with accessories such as TWS buds, speakers, printers, Bluetooth mouse, and keyboards.

Smart Office will also allow your smartphone to be used as an external drive in the PC wirelessly. This allows users to access smartphone files in the same way they would any other external storage device, utilizing the familiar PC file system UI.

Moreover, it can also collaborate with MateView, Huawei Vision, and MatePads as extended monitors via wired or wireless.

The company says that support for Super Device will extend even to previous models of Huawei PCs, just be sure to keep your Huawei PC Manager updated to the latest version.

Lastly, Huawei mentioned that they plan to continue adding support for more devices.

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