Huawei announced in July 2018 that it will increase the annual investment in Research & Development (R & D) to 17.5 billion euros (20 billion dollars). The goal of Huawei is to create a high-quality consumer experience through global innovations, such as the integration of a Leica Triple camera with the revolutionary GPU Turbo technology on the Huawei P20 Pro in a smartphone, as well as the first world, the Kirin 970.
Over the past decade, Huawei has invested 394 million yuan (50.25 million) in R & D. In 2017, total R & D spending was 89.6 billion yuan, making Huawei the seventh largest investor in R & D is among technology giants, according to Industrial investment in R & D from the European Commission of 2017.
Worldwide Huawei has 14 research centers, 36 joint innovation centers around the world and more than 80,000 R & D research staff. According to Huawei, the aim is to be able to work with the best talents and technologies in the countries where we operate. We believe that no good idea comes from one person – the real innovation comes from cooperation, from teamwork. "Outside of China, Huawei has R & D centers in Germany, Switzerland, India and many other countries, and in addition to the R & D centers, Huawei is also working with some of the world's best educational institutions to promote technology.
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