Huawei and Tencent discuss the adaptation of folding screen mobile phone applications and web pages

On April 28th, Huawei held a folding flagship and full-scene new product launch conference, and officially released the Huawei Mate Xs 2 folding screen mobile phone. Huawei Mate Xs 2 uses a 7.8-inch folding screen, which supports new smart multi-windows, fast sliding gestures and other interactive methods. Recently, Huawei and Tencent discussed the adaptation of folding screen mobile phones.

According to the official Weibo news of the Software Green Alliance , on September 7, the Software Green Alliance cooperated with Huawei to participate in the "Huawei Enters Tencent" special event. In this event, experts in the field of Huawei's folding screen introduced the development process of Huawei's folding screen mobile phone. Among them, Huawei HarmonyOS platform UX design experts shared the theme of "Introduction to Folding Screen Experience Design Guidelines", introducing Huawei's new design of folding screens from three aspects: basic experience, layout optimization, and architectural innovation.

In this event, Huawei's HarmonyOS platform architecture experts communicated and discussed the adaptation of the folding screen interface with Tencent's online partners in terms of the adaptation of typical large-screen scenarios and the adaptive UI engine. The expert said that Huawei's adaptive UI engine can automatically adjust the size and position of the overall page layout, so that the content of the page can be kept the same size and more content can be displayed. In the future, Huawei will conduct more exchanges with Tencent's various businesses to jointly build a large-screen ecosystem .

In addition, Huawei HarmonyOS platform architecture experts also shared the topics from three parts: the causes of folding machine Web page problems, Web adaptation recommended methods, and Huawei folding machine UX adaptation plug-ins.

Software Green Alliance was originally the Android Green Alliance. The alliance was jointly initiated by five companies, Alibaba, Baidu, Huawei, Tencent, and NetEase. It aims to build a joint organization of domestic green software ecology.

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