At CES 2015, Huawei said its Android devices will have Omlet’s open social platform that allows users to chat and share photos without security concerns.
Omlet is a spinoff from Stanford University to create an open social ecosystem.
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Omlet lets users decide where to store their data using services such as Box, Dropbox, or Baidu Cloud. Huawei device users can share messages, images, videos and themes from across the device with one click.
Su Jie, vice president of R&D, Huawei Consumer BG, said: “By creating more seamless and secure ways to share, Omlet helps create a more social, more connected experience on Huawei devices.”
Share-First, the first feature from Huawei and Omlet, allows users to snap a photo and share it, all without unlocking their device, making it the fastest way to take and share photos from a phone. Recipients will be able to view and save the photo from their locked device.
Theme Share feature will be ideal for customers who enjoy downloading themes to personalize their devices and share their favorite themes with friends.
The Social Gallery feature built on the Omlet platform will allow users to build, share and comment on a photo album with friends without the use of any central data storage.
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