Huawei Watch GT Cyber Launched: The world’s first detachable dial smartwatch
On November 2, 2022, Huawei launched Watch GT Cyber, the first detachable smart movement smartwatch that comes in two designs and six color options. For your information, the word cyber reflects the smartwatch’s technological advancement and many customizations.
The dial of this watch has an independent mechanism including a touch screen, built-in processors, chips, sensors, and rechargeable batteries, and supports intelligent sports health monitoring functions.
The entire dial is a piece of hardware that is designed to move according to your preference, as you can remove the watch crown, strap, and frame altogether.
Huawei Watch GT Cyber launched in two design – Functional and Elegant. There are six color variants with matching on-screen themes. These schemes improve your user experience in a brand-new way.
The functional models include four colors – obsidian black, magic night black, sky gray, and dawn yellow. While the schematic has an urban functional design style. The octagonal frame is matched with a round dial, inlaid with four hexagonal screws, and the mechanical appearance is full of texture.
Huawei Watch GT Cyber elegant variants come in two colors: Charm Sea Blue and Moonlight White. The case is more sophisticated and integrates the elegant oriental temperament into the modern minimalist design. The pillow-shaped body creates a niche artistic atmosphere.
These case also uses a 316L stainless steel case and a nano-microcrystalline ceramic bezel, which is tough and durable. The strap part of the flickering case, whether functional or elegant, is made of a new aviation-grade material – hydrogenated nitrile rubber, which is flexible and light and has the advantages of good wear resistance, heat resistance, and low-temperature resistance.
Additionally, the Huawei Watch GT Cyber has passed 16 military tests and can easily navigate various urban and outdoor situations. It also supports 5ATM water resistance and can be used for water activities in shallow waters such as swimming pools or beachside.
If we talk about sports, the Watch GT Cyber has 100+ rich sports modes. In addition to professional sports modes such as running, swimming, cycling, and skiing, it also includes free sports modes such as hip-hop, boxing, skateboarding, and parkour that young people love, and supports five-star precision.
From a health perspective, the watch is equipped with TruSeen 5.0+ technology, supports all-weather health monitoring, and adds smart sleep monitoring services.
Huawei Watch GT Cyber is priced at 1288 yuan (176 USD), and 1488 yuan (204 USD) yuan for models respectively. The pre-sale will begin on November 2, and the first sale will begin on November 10 at 8 PM.
Huawei Nova Y90 and Y70 grabs January 2023 EMUI update
Huawei has released the January 2023 software update for the Huawei Nova Y90 and Y70 smartphones in the global market, and this firmware clearly improves these phones’ security aspects for a better user experience.
Both Huawei Nova Y90 and Y70 runs EMUI 12 out of the box but it would be interesting if the company could have sent EMUI 13 instead of the security patch. Speaking of which, no one knows, when Huawei will rollout EMUI 13 for global users for the time being.
Coming back to the rollout, January 2023 security update for Huawei Nova Y90 and Nova Y70 comes with EMUI version 184.108.40.206 and EMUI 220.127.116.11. This update is suggested to install on all of the devices sold marketed outside of China and will appear in batches.
We suggest the corresponding users look into the settings > then open System & updates, followed by a Software update, and then tap on CHECK FOR UPDATES. You can download the latest firmware also from the My Huawei app.
You should know that the update won’t erase your personal data but it is suggested for you back up any important data before updating the device. On the other hand, the package will be deleted automatically once the installation succeeds.
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Check February 2023 EMUI security patch details
Huawei has released February 2023 EMUI security patch details that will fetch better safety for smartphones running EMUI 12.0.1, EMUI 12.0, and EMUI 11 in the global market.
In the meantime, Huawei keeps on sending security patches, optimizations, and other important performance upgrades over the OTA method directly to the devices.
Meanwhile, Huawei has not released the February 2023 EMUI security patch update for smartphones but it may soon be delivered to the corresponding eligible models.
Why it’s important?
Security patches are important and Huawei releases such upgrades for smartphones to implement high safety measures to guard the data and fight vulnerabilities. Such updates roll out monthly and quarterly sessions.
Huawei has fixed 2 issues in critical condition, 14 of them fixed in high mode, medium and low level of vulnerabilities are not recorded this time. While there are 23 common vulnerability exposures patched from the last firmware version.
Specifically, it fixes an unauthorized access vulnerability (CVE-2022-48286) in the multi-screen collaboration module, which could have affected the confidentiality of the files that you are sharing over the air.
There are two medium-level vulnerabilities fixed for Bluetooth modules, which could exploit user data. CVE-2022-48295 addresses the fix of authentification of the IHwAntiMalPlugin API, which could let malware attack your Huawei device.
Next comes the Huawei fix for permission management vulnerability in the SystemUI module, which may cause users to receive misleading broadcasts from malicious apps for storage exploitations.
Below you can check all of the CVE counts and codes mentioned in the February 2023 security bulletin.
- CVE-2022-22088, CVE-2022-41674
- CVE-2022-20456, CVE-2022-20461, CVE-2022-20489, CVE-2022-20490, CVE-2022-20492, CVE-2022-20493, CVE-2022-20494, CVE-2023-20905, CVE-2023-20913, CVE-2023-20915, CVE-2023-20920, CVE-2023-20921, CVE-2022-33255, CVE-2022-32635
Already included in previous updates:
- CVE-2022-20504, CVE-2022-20506, CVE-2022-20513, CVE-2022-20515, CVE-2022-20516, CVE-2022-20517, CVE-2022-20518, CVE-2022-20520, CVE-2022-20521, CVE-2022-20525, CVE-2022-20528, CVE-2022-20530, CVE-2022-20537, CVE-2022-20539, CVE-2022-20541, CVE-2022-20544, CVE-2022-20546, CVE-2022-20552, CVE-2022-42535, CVE-2022-42542, CVE-2022-20496, CVE-2022-20566, CVE-2021-39793
February 2023 security patch may take some time to toss over the devices and we’ll keep you posted.
Huawei Nova 7 January 2023 EMUI update is expanding
Huawei is expanding the January 2023 security patch for Nova 7 global version that improves the phone’s capability against potential threats. According to the information, Huawei Nova 7 January 2023 EMUI update comes with version 18.104.22.168 and 233 megabytes. This update is rolling out in batches began to rollout early last month.
You can check for the update via Settings or via the My Huawei app. Below you can see the update changelog:
This update improves system security with security patches.
- Integrates security patches released in January 2023 for improved system security.
- This update will not erase your personal data but we recommend that you back up only important data before updating.
- If you encounter any issues during the update contact the Huawei customer service hotline.
- The update package will be deleted automatically after the update is complete.
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