Huawei has unveiled its own-built operating system, HarmonyOS, which the Chinese company could use to power its smartphones instead of Google’s Android.
Honor, the smartphone company owned by Huawei, plans to take on South Africa with attractively-priced smartphones aimed at the youth market.
In the podcast this week, your hosts chat about Telkom’s plan to kill off copper – and that means DSL. Is this a good thing or not, and what does it mean for those who can’t get fibre?
You’ve probably seen, or at least heard of, the Honor brand of smartphones. This Huawei-owned marque has set its sights on rapid growth in the South African market – and worldwide.