Huawei has started the beta testing process with Chinese users for Petal Mail.
In January 2020, Huawei filed a trademark application for Petal Mailbox, which could replace Google email service Gmail. Recently, Huawei launched the beta testing process for Huawei Petal Mail, which allows interested users to experience the service before the official release.

According to the news of Huawei Central, users who want to be a part of this web test can log into via their computers. The top three feedbacks in the public test will be rewarded with 100 yuan. On the other hand, the test is currently limited to Chinese users. It is not known whether it will be beta tested for other countries, or when the service will be fully activated.

@ comes after the Petal Mail address extension. After verifying details such as account registration and mobile phone number, users can log into the web page version of Petal Mail and experience e-mail services. According to the details, the logo of this postal service depicts an envelope.

On the other hand, Huawei has also applied for Petal Search and Petal Maps in the past. These applications are currently available for commercial use and can provide instant search and mapping services for their users.


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