Huawei. The Asian company has come to a point where it is forced to make an unexpected decision for phones currently sold worldwide, announced by President Richard himself. Specifically, Huawei is supposed to develop a personal competitor for Apple, Google, Amazon or Samsung, and this is because it does not have such a similarity in China, and without such software it can not boast of making artificial intelligence.
Huawei. In China, an Asian company is a personal assistant named Xiaoyi, but it was created specifically for the local market and can not be used by customers in other countries. Huawei is fully aware of this, and he thought he would offer American, European and foreign customers the opportunity to use another personal assistant, which is now in the process of development, but how good Siri, Google Assistant or Alexa will find it difficult to say.
Huawei. Unsolved decision for phones
Huawei. So far, we have seen Samsun's failed attempt to offer a personal assistant to help clients, and Bixby is a bad joke that the Korean company does not seem to be able to get out of, and the Chinese are in a similar situation. Huawei already has the experience of providing a personal assistant to Chinese customers, so we are not talking about entering the market without having something for him, as it was with Samsung.
It seems that Huawei wants to better position itself as a competitor of Google and Amazon. According to Executive Director Huawei Richard Yu, the company is preparing a new digital assistant for markets outside of China, which means that in the near future you can use your Huawei Assistant instead of Google in the United States.
Huawei. He still does not need any personal assistant at all, iOS has one and not too much; for Android, there are other options, so others who are released by Chinese would not bring too much. On the other hand, there are as many options that are very useful for many people, and if Huawei can offer a good personal assistant, then more competing companies will bring more pressure on creating good software.