Microsoft has already pulled the plug on Windows Mobile. However, considering how big the entire Windows ecosystem is, people are still finding ways to incorporate that desktop experience on their mobile devices.
Thankfully, Huawei has an answer to that. In CES Asia 2018 in Beijing, the company introduced their Huawei Cloud PC service.
With this service, owners of some of Huawei’s high-end and capable products can have access to a full-fledged Windows 10 desktop platform straight from their smartphones.
This allows the users to gain access to some features that can only be done using a Windows 10 machine i.e edit photos and videos on software like Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Pro.
It also allows the user to do other processor-intensive tasks like 3D modeling and what not. Something that is beyond the capacity of even the most powerful smartphone processors around.
What’s interesting is, you can plug in your smartphone to a bigger monitor or TV and have that complete desktop experience.
Since the platform will run from the cloud, it might not require serious processing power. However, a fast internet connection will be definitely be needed to keep it running smoothly. But even so, Huawei said that the service will be only available on the P20 and P20 Pro, Mate 10, Mate RS, and MediaPad M5. Other compatible devices will be announced soon.
Huawei hasn’t announced the launch date and pricing of the service yet. However, they did say that the Huawei Cloud PC will be exclusively available in China upon release.
Source: Notebook Italia