Speeding up its efforts to establish its own ecosystem, Huawei does not intend to be limited to the mobile market. The company is preparing to make desktop versions of its browsers and services available.
Last month, Huawei Vice President Zhang Li made some statements about the success and future of the HMS ecosystem. The company does not seem to limit itself to the mobile market.
A report has been published on the plans of the Chinese technology giant to adapt its software work to the desktop platform. In addition to Huawei AppGallery, the availability of other services (including HMS Core and Huawei Cloud) on the PC platform can make the company have a say in the software market.
PC version of Huawei Browser is being tested
According to insider information, soon-to-be-released Huawei laptops will feature updated Multi-Screen Collaboration technology. However, it is stated that the PC version of the Huawei Browser internet browser has been tested extensively.
It is not yet clear when Huawei’s applications and services for the desktop platform will be available. The company is expected to clarify all the details on this issue in the coming days.