BANGKOK: Huawei Consumer Business Group introduces P8 and wearable devices to the Southeast Asian market. The event, titled “Southeast Asia P8 & Wearable Launch", took place in Bangkok and was joined by 500 guests from 11 countries.
The star product of the launch is the Huawei P8 smartphone, a perfect blend of technology, sleek styling, usability and revolutionary low light camera features. The phone is 6.4mm thin, with dual SIM cards, and works seamlessly with a 4G network (where the service is available).
Introducing a new philosophy for camera design, P8 camera is optimized for low light and high contrast. It is the best light painting camera smartphone available in the market today, offering DSLR-level independent image processor.
"The goal of Huawei P8 is to become the most user-friendly smartphone for consumers globally, Huawei P8 will become one of the most popular smartphones of 2015." said Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group.
Ensuring a seamless user’s experience, Huawei has also design the fashion and innovative wearable products and accessory to consumers, such as Huawei TalkBand B2, work in synch with P8 can be remotely unlocked without entering a password, moreover, locate your phone with just one simple touch in B2. Huawei AP007 13000 mAh Power Bank has two USB slots to charge two devices simultaneously and supports 5V 2A output to make the charging process quicker.
Kevin Ho, President of Handset Product line Huawei Consumer BG, said "Southeast Asia is one of the most promising and high-potential economic entities in the world, both now and in the future. It is regarded as a strategic market and an engine driving fast growth of Huawei Consumer Business. With the launch of P8, P8Max, and P8Lite this year, we expect the total shipments to reach 8 million units, a 160% increase."
Up to 1,500 customer service centres will be opened throughout this region. In the near future, Huawei will release a customer service mobile application and Offer Mail in Service (MIS) in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Myanmar, India and Thailand.
Also on in the pipeline is the plan for VIP service for high-end products.