Huawei, unlike Xiaomi, is not really a fond of offline brick-and-mortar stores but the company has quite a few very successful offline retail stores. The stores sell everything from smartphones to tablets and other devices including home, wearable, mobile broadband, and accessories.
According to Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business, the company has opened its Smart Life Center in Maoyuan, Taiyuan, Shanxi Province about one month ago; he revealed it on Sunday, May 20.
Head of Huawei’s consumer business in China, Zhu Ping has also shared information regarding Huawei’s new Smart Life Pavilion constructed in China.
Huawei plans to display its entire product portfolio there in the smart terminal ecosystem.
Huawei has built the Pavilion quite lively and user-friendly, the new Smart Life Pavilion has a variety of sub-sections such as VR game experience zones, intelligent health management sectors, treadmill etc. There are a lot of other sections including children experience area where children can be encouraged how to create paintings, music, and so on, there is also a studio photography area.
Yu Chengdong, Huawei’s CEO of consumer business said the vision of Huawei’s smart Pavilion is to allow consumers to experience the beauty of life while supercharging it with Huawei products.