Huawei Mate 30 HiCar Controls Your Car With Your Smartphone

The brand new Huawei Mate 30 HiCar is the latest and greatest product out of the Huawei laboratories. The name first appeared last August, where Huawei reported that a new feature was being built that would effectively allow a user to monitor their car via smartphone. While there were no details at the time, the app is now nearly here and we have more information about exactly what it is doing. 

Huawei Mate 30 HiCar provides the user with several features. First of all, you can control most of your car’s autonomous functions from the phone. It applies to things such as air conditioning, doors, wipers and locks for vehicles. In addition, taking pictures or videos can also be used by the car’s cameras, which could be useful in many ways. There’s also a sharing option of those pictures and videos which is not as useful but sounds interesting.  

The central control screen on the car will show the options available on special cards when the mobile and the car connect, such as those dedicated to scheduling appointments, navigating to a destination, playing music, responding to calls and voice assistant functions. This central hub allows you to quickly and easily make changes. If you’re curious, you can’t drive your car with the smartphone.  

This feature will first come to the Huawei Mate 30 that is to be planned. Nevertheless, according to Huawei, from this point on, only the company’s flagship devices will receive the functionality, which essentially means only the Mate and P-series devices. While we’d like to see this feature on some of the cheaper devices as well, it’s not very surprising. The up rise and innovation in technology has made us in awe of this undeniable fact that our lives are now almost being handled by directions of the technology. Let’s wait that when this tech giant will launch this incredible device for its users.  

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