I visited the Huawei headquarters in Shenzhen, China last month. According to Wikipedia, Huawei is the largest telecommunication equipment manufacturer in the world. I was among a group of media people from all over Africa who spent a week touring the company’s production backbone. We experienced what it feels to work at the Huawei headquarters. We also visited Huawei product reliability laboratory where technicians performed tests on every Huawei mobile phone for quality assurance. In the process, I came across some amazing information about the Huawei phone which I think you should know.
No broken screen
Most of us have broken phone screens and we know how painful it is when your phone falls, whether from a table or your siblings/children mistakenly drop it. But I bet that if you ever knew that your Huawei phone can drop from 1-2 meters without the screen breaking. This is because it has passed through the tumbling barrel tester already.
No charger connector issue
Charging ports are one of the most common faults reported by mobile phone users, especially in Nigeria where there is no stable power and you have to charge anywhere without any charger that fits your mobile phone. Did you know that you can charge your Huawei phone for more than 10,000 times without any fear of a charging port issue?
Scratch screen test
We put keys in the same pocket we keep our phones and it’s painful seeing scratches on our phones. But every Huawei device passed through the phone friction test so your key can scratch the phone more than 1,000 times without leaving any marks.
A Huawei phone can be pressed 1 million times within 12 days.
A Huawei phone can take 25kg pressure without causing any damage to the screen and body.
No cable twisting
We all have friends with bad USB cables, if we are not them. Your Huawei cable can be twisted more than 10,000 times before cable damage.
In a world where our phones are our close companions, we use them in places without caring much if they fall into hot environment. A Huawei phone can survive extreme temperatures between 105 degrees (hot) and 55 degrees (cold) Celsius.
Now, that you know so much about your Huawei phone, share the knowledge with a friend today.