Huawei is not really enthusiastic on the traditional offline like its counterpart, Xiaomi, but the company has well-performing offline stores. Huawei’s offline stores do not sell just smartphones, they also sell other categories of gadgets which include laptops, tablets, wearable devices, smart homes, mobile broadband, and accessories. Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business, revealed that on May 20th the company’s Smart Life Center in Maoyuan, Taiyuan, Shanxi Province is a month old. At the same time, Zhu Ping, Head of Huawei’s consumer business in Greater China, also shared more information on Huawei’s new Smart Life Pavilion in Greater China.
In the future, Huawei hopes to completely display its entire product layout in the smart terminal ecosystem. In Huawei’s new smart life pavilion, there are a variety of sub-sections such as the VR game experience zones, treadmill, and other intelligent health management sectors. There is also a studio photography experience area, as well as children’s experience area which encourages children to learn how to create music, painting, and so on. Yu Chengdong said that the vision of Huawei’s smart living museum is to allow consumers to experience the beauty of life while checking out its product.
See more images from Huawei’s Smart Life Pavilion below
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