Huawei signs deal with TomTom for maps and services
Huawei is a very growthful mobile brand. It gains so much love. Day by day it is increasing its production. Now Huawei signs deal with TomTom for maps and services.
It appears that every time we turn around slowly there is the latest development. It is to the Huawei/US saga to analyze and report on.
The Chinese colossus is definitely moving fast when it comes to modifying and searching for alternative solutions and approaches.
Probably a necessity, if it wants to keep operating such impressive numbers in stock. As it currently is and be alive on the Western smartphone scene.
Huawei signs deal with TomTom
There really is no sunny sky without hesitation. It appears on the foreign affairs forecast. Yet Huawei has been bending some muscles lately when it comes to managing and independence.
Apparently Huawei and the big-name navigation company have had a deal for partnership sealed for some time now. One kept in secret and now out in the open. Still, with pretty much no details attached.
Even without the nitty-gritty, however, we will safely assume that Huawei is going to be taking advantage of TomTom’s growing service business and basing tons of its own, independent apps and platforms on their map data.
And it’s worth noting that Huawei has really been taking its low-level platforms and cloud services increasingly seriously as lately, inching them closer and closer to Google’s own offerings.
Especially within the smartphone realm, users can expect to ascertain more and more home-grown solutions going forward and clearly many TomTom maps, wherever applicable.