Huawei’s renowned application marketplace, AppGallery, launches a campaign in collaboration with Dubai Media Incorporated (DMI), ADCB, and Centerpoint Online, giving UAE consumers the chance to win the HUAWEI nova 9 SE.
This collaboration builds on Huawei‘s ongoing commitment to collaborate with local brands and bring some of the best tech devices, as well as local user-benefit activities.
Dubai Media Incorporated (DMI), ADCB, and Centerpoint Online gained access to Huawei’s latest technological capabilities, including the innovative app distribution platform, AppGallery, as part of the partnership. HUAWEI Ads‘ cutting-edge mobile marketing solution, which optimizes ads to reach over 730 million monthly active users worldwide, also benefits the partners.
The new HUAWEI nova 9 SE features the HUAWEI SuperCharge (Max 66 W) technology in addition to stellar capabilities, elevating Huawei Mobile Services‘ (HMS) all-scenario experiences. The HUAWEI nova 9 SE includes the trusted, innovative, user-friendly, and secure AppGallery, which allows users to easily navigate, explore, find, and download a wide range of high-quality apps.
Consumers can participate in the campaign by visiting the social media accounts of Dubai Media Incorporated (DMI), ADCB, and Centerpoint Online, and taking an online trivia quiz for a chance to win the HUAWEI nova 9 SE.
Heba AlSamt, Digital Media Director for TV and Radio at Dubai Media Incorporated (DMI) said, “We are pleased to partner with the innovative app distribution platform AppGallery. The application marketplace and HUAWEI Ads’ mobile marketing solution are a beneficial and qualitative addition to the digital transformation journey pursued by our Digital Media Department of Dubai channels. We believe that this collaboration will enable us to dynamically improve our digital services.”
AppGallery provides users with access to a wide range of apps in a variety of categories, including games, content, services, and more. The marketplace has over 580 million monthly users and is available in over 170 countries, with over 5.4 million registered developers globally.