Huawei opened its mobile application gallery for the Bangladeshi customers yesterday.
The Chinese telecom giant is now working to build a mobile application ecosystem with the help of the secured and reliable App Gallery, officials of Huawei said at the launch of the Gallery at the Westin Dhaka.
As part of the effort, over 55,000 apps have been added to the App Gallery where a good number of Bangladeshi apps have also been uploaded, they said.
More than 1.3 million developers and 3,000 engineers are working relentlessly with Huawei for the affluence of the entire ecosystem, Huawei said.
Among the world's top three app marketplaces, Huawei currently has 400 million monthly active users in 170 countries.
Besides, Huawei App Gallery is now pre-installed in more than 3 million Huawei and Honor brand handsets in Bangladesh. There are more than 400,000 active users of App Gallery in the country.
Bangladesh is one of Huawei's high priority market in this region and that is why it is planning to give some incentive for local app developers, the officials also said.
At the event, Huawei also unveiled its flagship smartphone Mate 30 Pro for the Bangladeshi market. The phone will run by Huawei's own operating system.
Beyond Zheng, director of Huawei consumer business group of Bangladesh, and Junior Salahuddin Sanjee, sales director, described their products and app gallery in the event.