Huawei is reportedly working on cloud gaming platform with Tencent

The Chinese companies will work on artificial intelligence and augmented reality together, according to Reuters.

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Huawei is reportedly teaming up with fellow Chinese company Tencent.

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Tencent, the world's biggest gaming company, is developing a cloud gaming platform with controversial phone-maker and telecom Huawei, Reuters reported Friday. The Chinese companies will apparently focus on artificial intelligence and augmented reality.

Their work together will use Huawei's Kunpeng processor to grow Tencent's GameMatrix cloud game platform, Reuters noted.

Neither Huawei nor Tencent responded to requests for comment.

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