Huawei Devices will offer the public a sneak preview of its next-generation of ‘Connected Home’ devices at an experience stand in Sydney’s Bondi Junction Westfield this school holidays. The experience stand will show off the capabilities of the MediaQ – Huawei’s mini-media-streaming device – and Huawei’s latest Android smartphones, with a line-up of sports stars from the Sydney Roosters and Sydney Swans making guest appearances at the stand.
“This is a great opportunity for Australians to have a hands-on experience of Huawei’s latest Devices,” said Huawei Australia Account Director Geison Jiao.
“Huawei’s Devices business goes beyond our latest range of smartphones, so we’re giving a special sneak preview of new ‘Connected Home’ technologies like the MediaQ so users can experience what Huawei’s latest innovations can bring to their own homes.”
The experience stand will be open at Bondi Junction Westfield until Sunday October 6th. A range of local sports stars will make daily appearances at the stand, including former Sydney Roosters star Brad Fittler and Sydney Swans stars Shane Mumford, Jarrad McVeigh, Ted Richards, and Ryan O’Keefe. Details of appearance times will be updated on Huawei Devices’ Facebook page, www/facebook.com/HuaweiDeviceAustralia
“Huawei wants to broaden our Devices business in Australia to include solutions for small to medium enterprises, opening up the doors to new channel partners. This experience stand will show users the direction Huawei Devices technology is moving into,” Mr Jiao said.
With a range of new devices including modem routers and repeaters, healthcare systems, machine-to-machine (M2M) devices and home security solutions, Huawei will seek to broaden its range of channel partners and system integrators to bring the new devices to market.
Huawei has unveiled a list of cutting-edge smartphones and tablets throughout 2013, including the Huawei Ascend P2 (Australia’s first Cat-4 LTE smartphone), the Ascend P6 (the world’s slimmest smartphone at just 6.18mm), the Ascend Mate (with a giant 6.1 inch HD touchscreen) and the Huawei MediaPad 10 Link 4G (Australia’s first Cat-4 LTE tablet).