Huawei Car Key is a wonderful feature on Huawei devices that helps control a number of tasks in your vehicle right from the comfort of your smartphone or smartwatch. This feature makes things so convenient that you might ignore your main car key a couple of times. A new report has revealed that Huawei Car Key has already surpassed 1 million users and the numbers do not look like slowing down.
Which Models Support Huawei Car Key?
In as much as the Chinese tech giant is working to get more car brands on board, Huawei still has a reasonable amount of car makers under its sheets. Currently, this feature is supported by car brands such as BYD, AITO, BMW, MG, Changan Auto and many more. All of these car makers have combined to bring over 1 million users to the Huawei Car Key platform.
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Features of Huawei Car Key
Huawei built this feature together with Huawei Wallet, China Association of Automobile Manufacturers and car manufacturers. This feature also follows ICCE standards and supports both smartphone and smartwatch pairing.
With Huawei Car Key, you can unlock your car with just a tap on your Huawei smartphone or smartwatch. You can also use the Bluetooth non-sensing car key. This feature allows you to connect your car to your smartphone or smartwatch to help control your car without touching anything.
The main use of this feature is to help you use your smartphone or smartwatch as your car key. This allows you use your Huawei smart devices to perform all the tasks you perform with your car key even if you forget the main key.
One of the best parts of this tech is that it works even when your phone is locked, on low battery or completely dead battery. Also, it does not rely on your network connectivity to work. Therefore, your phone will keep working as your car key no matter the condition or location.
The digital car key feature uses Huawei’s own digital encryption to protect the privacy of users and their vehicles. The company has reassured users of their security when using this technology. So, feel free to try it out if you have a supported vehicle and of course, a supported smart device from the Chinese phone maker.