The AI Cube will not arrive in Europe until the end of the year, according to Huawei, and unfortunately, neither American nor Chinese users will be able to hold this version in their hands, provided that this is due to the restrictive measures taken by these countries against these manufacturers and the alleged espionage attempts.
With support for Wi-Fi on 4G LTE, HUAWEI AI Cube can fulfill the myriad connectivity demands arising from the smart home.
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AI Cube features dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, in addition to 4G LTE Category 6, and LAN connectivity. Touch sensitive volume buttons, an Alexa button and a physical mute button are all present, providing Echo functionality and completing what is clearly a device inspired by the current holy trinity of smart speakers. All you need to do is ask. Probably not, but Huawei's AI Cube, unveiled at the IFA trade show in Berlin on Friday, at least offers something a little different.
While there are no independent reviews out yet, Huawei claims this is a "high-end" and "groundbreaking" wireless 360-degree speaker, with a powerful sound system.
Connected via the cloud to search engines, databases, apps and other devices, they are created to allow users to retrieve information and control their digital lives without laying a finger on their phone or computer.
All the aforementioned technologies supported on the HUAWEI AI Cube are packed in small matte white body with a seamless 3D mesh base. The company has not yet announced the price and availability of Huawei Cube AI smart speaker. Following its ban from Australia's 5G network, Huawei's "AI Cube" will reportedly not launch down under.