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Huawei makes light of data transfer

Cloning app allows one-touch moving of content from old to new phone

Huawei makes light of data transfer
Phone Clone allows transfer of data without mobile networks or the need to re-set the transfer for various file formats.

Huawei wants to ease your new phone data transfer woes with a new service, “Phone Clone”.

Phone Clone is a  an app that enables the transfer of files efficiently from all smartphone devices to any other smartphone devices including Huawei and honor phones, allowing users to move content between phones with the touch of a button.

The Phone Clone feature also seeks to solve problems that often arise when users attempt to transfer data between phones of different manufacturers and operating systems. Huawei has taken this into consideration, creating an application that is compatible with both iOS and Android.

The app allows transfer of data from contacts, messages or any other personal data, or even multimedia like photos, music and videos free of cost and without any prior registration requirement. Phone Clone allows transfer of data without using any mobile network or the constant need to re-set the transfer for various file formats. 

In most cases of data transfer, an SD card is utilised to transfer data from the old device to the card and then on to the new phone through the insertion of the SD card. This process has been proven ineffective in multiple cases with content being overlooked as users are forced to locate all the contacts, photos, etc. on the old device. Bluetooth, which is another often used method employed for the transfer of data, also has limitations in terms of the slow transfer time in cases where heavy images and videos are being transferred to a new device.

The Phone Clone feature has the ability to process and seamlessly transfer hundreds of megabytes of date in multiple formats in a matter of minutes, Huawei says.

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