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EMUI Everything you need to know about Huawei&#;s software update

(Pocket-lint) - The next iteration of Huawei's software is called EMUI The numbering of Huawei's software traces that of Android, although on many of Huawei's most recent devices, this will be the open-source Android core, rather than the full Google Mobile Services. 

Here's everything you need to know about EMUI

EMUI 11 release date

  • Announced in September
  • Beta rolling out to specific devices from 10 September

During its HDC opening keynote, Huawei stated that the EMUI 11 update would roll out to a group of 10 smartphones and tablets in beta form from 10 September With some Honor models following at a later date. 

EMUI 11 features

Always On Display 

One of the most visual changes in EMUI 11 is the updated options in the always-on display menu. Huawei has added a host of new standby screen styles as well as giving it a bunch of customisation options. 

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Some of the new graphics for this always-on display animate, like the new Paradox and Memphis imagery which feature geometric patterns and gradients, while the Mondrian-inspired option makes use of those iconic red, yellow and blue rectangles from Mondrian's famous abstract artwork. Except they don't have to be yellow, red and blue. They can be any colour trio you like. 

You can either manually choose a trio, or snap a photo of something nearby and it'll choose the three primary colours from that image. You can even choose your own still image, or go for a gif and have a quirky little animation on there. Whatever floats your boat. 

Updated animations

One emphasis Huawei was keen to make during its announcement centred on its research around human interaction and responses to animations, or audio and physical feedback from phones. That includes things like ring tones, bleeps, animations and even the haptic feedback from the vibration motor inside. With that in mind, it's updated a whole bunch of those elements. 

For instance, if you head into the new calendar app and move between layers and navigate to specific views, the animations are designed to pull your eyes to the right area of the screen. The way things zoom in and adjust to fill the screen, or certain elements are highlighted are made that way to make it easier to stay focussed, and not get distracted by any onscreen clutter. 

In addition to that, the haptic engine vibration patterns have been updated to be more precise and subtle, in that the pattern of the vibration matches the pattern of the ringtone. 

Multi-tasking

Floating windows, floating windows everywhere. Okay, so not really, but kind of. 

EMUI 11 has brought with it a new way to load your apps, and have them floating over your screen. So if you're messaging someone and want to keep the chat in view while you find some info, you can do. The windows are resizable, and you can minimise them to form a small floating button on the side of the screen, ready to be called back into action. 

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To access this all you have to do is either launch your recent apps view and tap the little floating window icon in the top corner of the app thumbnail card, or - from the home screen - drag out the edge panel from the side of the screen. Now just drag and drop an app from that tab. 

New live icons

We're all used to having quick tiles and little icons for certain features in the drop-down shade at the top of the screen, but, Huawei's have been updated to make them 'Live Icons'. That essentially means they have new animations when you press them to select them and activate their features. 

Huawei Share

Huawei Share - or multi-screen collaboration - allows you to control your Huawei phone from a Huawei tablet or laptop. With the latest iteration in EMUI 11 you can control more apps at once. Up to three in fact. 

You can turn apps into floating windows on your laptop, drag and drop files from the phone to the laptop and even edit those files directly on the laptop. You can even make and receive voice and video calls from the laptop using the computer's camera and microphone.

Document scanner

More of a minor new feature than a major one, but now the Notepad app includes a scanner. So, point your camera at a document within the Notepad app, tap to 'scan document' and you can then edit the text it recognises from whatever document you've just captured. 

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Will my phone get the EMUI 11 update?

Huawei's phone line-up is rather divided at the moment, with some older devices running the full Google Android experiences, while newer devices don't offer access to Google, instead of relying on Huawei Mobile Services.

The current list of Huawei devices getting the EMUI 11 update includes phones that don't have the full Google Android software and services (see the list below). In the western European market, the update will begin rolling out from December or early Q1 - depending on the device:

  • Huawei P40
  • Huawei P40 Pro
  • Huawei P40 Pro+
  • Huawei Mate 30
  • Huawei Mate 30 5G
  • Huawei Mate 30 Pro
  • Porsche Design Huawei Mate 30 RS
  • Huawei MatePad Pro
  • Huawei MatePad Pro 5G
  • Huawei Nova 7 (at a later date) 

There will also be a full range of Honor devices that will get the update:

The gallery below has Huawei's roadmaps for every Huawei and Honor device receiving the new EMUI 11 update - by region:

All the information and rumours about EMUI 11 so far

Here's everything that's been said so far about the EMUI 11 update in chronological order.

1 December EMUI 11 rollout roadmap

Huawei published a roadmap detailing the global rollout of EMUI

10 September EMUI 11 is official

Huawei has officially unveiled its latest mobile operating system. 

8 August Twitter leak suggests Huawei Mate 40 Pro will have EMUI 11

Even Blass has been sharing details on Twitter about forthcoming Huawei devices and has mentioned that the Mate 40 Pro is expected to launch with EMUI 11, while the Mate 40 (non-Pro) will have an earlier EMUI x software build.

2 August Huawei Developer Conference will talk about EMUI 11

The details for HDC include discussion about EMUI 11, as confirmed by Huawei on its own website. The conference will take place on September

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Huawei brings EMUI 11 to more devices globally but delays Indian rollout by two months

Huawei has taken another step towards delivering EMUI 11 to all eligible handsets. It is worth stressing that Huawei dropped support for a lot of devices as of EMUI 11, including some that had only received one OS update. Additionally, EMUI 11 remains on Android 10, rather than the newer Android 11 as its name suggests. Hence, EMUI 11 operates on the same base layer of Android as EMUI 10 and EMUI do.

Nonetheless, Huawei is now pushing EMUI 11 to most devices globally. It has already finished distributing the OS to many devices, including the P40 series. Only a handful of devices remain adrift on EMUI too, such as the P30 and Nova 5T in Japan, or the Mate 20 Pro in Central Asia and Russia.

However, it would be remiss of us not to mention that Huawei has delayed rolling out EMUI 11 to devices in India from March to May. The company has not offered any reasons for this, either. If your device is one of those receiving EMUI 11 in batches, it could be a few weeks before the OS arrives as an over-the-air (OTA) download.

The roadmaps below only apply to factory unlocked smartphones too. If you purchased your Huawei smartphone from a carrier, then we would recommend contacting it rather than Huawei for timescales about when EMUI 11 will arrive.

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Everything you need to know about EMUI 11

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EMUI 11 is Huawei‘s latest take on Android 10, not Android 11, as you may have expected from the naming scheme. That’s pretty big news, as it’s a departure from Huawei’s previous scheme of matching EMUI and Android build numbers. This means that existing and upcoming Huawei devices won’t sport the latest Google additions to the Android formula, relying instead on Huawei’s own tweaks. Huawei notes that Google has only just made Android 11 open source for them to access and that it believes EMUI already includes superior features anyway.

We won’t dwell on that here. Let’s see what’s actually new with EMUI Huawei’s update focuses on three core principles: user interface improvements, privacy and security, and what Huawei calls “seamless AI life.”

For a more general overview of the latest EMUI update, here’s everything you need to know about the new EMUI 11 features and rollout.


EMUI 11 features

Customizable always-on display

Robert Triggs / Android Authority

EMUI 10 introduced always-on displays (AOD) to Huawei smartphones, but version 11 takes things to the next level with some new user customizations.

The software offers a set of AOD designs inspired by various art styles. Three of the options are Piet Mondrian, Memphis style, and Mobius Strip inspired themes. Each is customizable with different colors and layout tweaks so users can make them their own. There are more standard-looking clockface AOD designs too. If that’s not enough, you can take a picture and Huawei’s software will analyze the colors for you and apply a design.

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Huawei also includes Dynamic AOD to introduce subtle movements into the designs. Users can even apply their own still images, live photos, or animated gifs to their screen for further customization. There’s not much in the way of tweaking the information on display, but EMUI 11 gives users plenty of customization options for the look of its always-on display.

Tweaking the user interface

Huawei hasn’t revamped the entire UI this time around, instead choosing to focus on animation and functional improvements. At a casual glance, you would struggle to tell this wasn’t EMUI

That said, animations are further improved through something Huawei calls “animation in one-take”. The idea is to do away with sudden transitions in favor of zooming and moving shared elements around the display. The results are not only more pleasing to look at, but also feel much snappier as well.

Robert Triggs / Android Authority

These smoother animations are available across Huawei’s software, including its calendar, gallery, and video apps. To come up with this idea, Huawei returned to its Human-Factors Engineering Research Lab, which designed the manufacturer’s adaptive Dark Mode with EMUI The company looked to improve its animations by tracking and reducing eye movements. It certainly pays off, but the downside is that it becomes quite noticeable when other apps use different and/or more jarring transitions. So, kudos to Huawei, I suppose.

EMUI 11 also makes changes to a phone’s vibrations, matching them up to prevent a jarring user experience. For example, vibrations now track ringtones and alarms, pulsing in a similar rhythm.

However, the biggest change to EMUI comes with Smart Multi-Window, which greatly enhances multitasking capabilities. It builds on Huawei’s previous edge dock feature, introducing a “quick ball” or floating orb that’s used to house active application windows. Users can quickly reopen apps in an adjustable floating window that hovers over any foreground app. Large screen devices, like the Huawei Mate XS, will support opening two floating windows at once for even more powerful multitasking.

This feature is Huawei’s best addition to EMUI, as power users will undoubtedly find the multitasking potential invaluable. That said, getting used to minimizing apps in and out of the orb takes some time, and I imagine that many users may end up forgetting this feature exists.

Privacy and security

Security is the third and final pillar of Huawei’s latest OS software, which builds on ideas that started with EMUI For starters, Huawei has revamped app permissions.

With EMUI 11, notification icons display whenever a foreground app uses your phone’s location, microphone, or camera. Background apps are now completely forbidden from using the mic and camera. Permission pop-ups for these settings no longer display an option to “always allow”. It is instead relegated to the permissions manager settings menu.

Huawei has also introduced new permission access history and app launch record pages to the settings menu, allowing you to see times and number of requests.

The Chinese manufacturer has built new privacy features into a couple of its apps too. There’s now an authentication-protected Hidden Album in the Photo Gallery, which hides photos from snoopers and third-party applications alike. Memo contents offer a similar locking feature to hide secret content.

Sharing is now safer too. Photo sharing offers the option to remove location, time, and device metadata. The Safety Casting feature, on the other hand, prevents phone, SMS, and other notifications from appearing on the TV when casting your display.

Product integration

Robert Triggs / Android Authority

Huawei’s ecosystem spans a range of products and the company is working to integrate them ever closer together. Multi-screen Collaboration enters its third iteration, allowing you to share documents, watch movies, and play mobile games from your phone on your Huawei or Honor laptop. Up to three apps are now supported on a single PC simultaneously for improved multitasking.

Huawei’s Celia Voice Assistant also receives some love, with new support for Italian and German. This brings the total to 7 different languages available in 11 countries. The MeeTime voice call service also sees a wider rollout, heading to Poland, Singapore, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, and South Africa, across three devices.


EMUI 11 release date and eligible devices

Huawei EMUI 11 arrived in earnest with the Huawei Mate 40 series and a stable update has been available for Huawei P40 smartphones since December Most Huawei Mate 30 series and Mate XS owners should also have seen the update notification in early as well.

Plenty more devices are on the roadmap for too. Huawei P40 and Mate 20 owners should see the EMUI 11 update start landing on their devices from February The Mate 20 PR Porsche Design and other variations should also start seeing updates throughout March The Honor 30, V30, Nova 7, and others are also on the roadmap and should see their update land in the first half of

Interestingly enough, devices running EMUI 11 may also be eligible to upgrade to Harmony OS, Huawei’s in-house Android operating system, further down the line.


We’ll update this article as more details about EMUI 11 appear. In the meantime, let us know in the comments if you like the way the latest EMUI 11 update is shaping up.

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EMUI Latest News, Eligible Devices, Features and Launch date

Huawei has released the EMUI 12 operating system, which comes with a suite of new features, user interface (UI) design, animation effects, seamless device controller, and other important enhancements over EMUI

EMUI 12 design reflects the design scheme of the HarmonyOS operating system. From UI to features, all carry the same rhythm. However, Huawei has remained silent on the based software of EMUI

Let&#;s jump to the matter, and explore the EMUI 12 Features:

Minimalist Design:

EMUI 12 comes with a new innovative user interface design that has beautiful rounds corners and provides a seamless viewing experience. There are finely tuned gradients that create a perfect sense of depth in the display, while the simple black, white and blue color format offers a clean and refined look.

EMUI 12 seamless design

Motion Effects:

This EMUI software comes with new animation effects that reflect realistic gravity and magnet animation effects. The latest animations added to the UI reflects the celestial objects move in the universe, and makes the overall touch interaction more smoother and interactive.

Font Weight:

The new software supports stepless weight adjustment, which allows you to adjust the size and the weight of the font by just adjusting the slider. This new feature enhances the user&#;s viewing experience and makes the UI labels more visible for better UI controls.

stepless font

Control Panel:

Control Panel is an all-in-one solution that you can access by swiping down from the top right corner of the display. The Control Panel consists of audio playback, WiFi, and Bluetooth settings on the same screen.

EMUI 12 Control Panel

That&#;s not it because the Control Panel the above-mentioned controls are followed by shortcut switches section. There&#;s also a Device+ section. The aim of the Control Panel is to provide you the quickest possible options on the go without at the fastest pace.

Notification Center:

Compared to the EMUI 11, the Notification Center is now separated from the Quick settings panel. The users now have a brand new notification center, that you can access via swiping down from the top left corner of the display.

Device+:

Finally, let&#;s talk about the &#;Device+&#;. This feature resembles the Super Device feature on the HarmonyOS 2. What are the use cases? Let&#;s take a brief look.

You can simply tap on the MatePad icon (as shown in the image) to activate a multi-screen collaboration with MatePad. This will help you conduct calls, send messages, and check photos from your phone on the tablet screen.

EMUI 12 Device+

Once connected with MateBook, you can edit your phone&#;s files directly using your laptop&#;s bigger display with ease of access. Want to enjoy your phone&#;s content on an even bigger display? Don&#;t worry, EMUI 12&#;s Device+ supports Huawei Vision smart TVs.

Lastly, the earbuds support of the Device+ allows you to listen to should of the other connected device such as Huawei Vision, without disturbing other people.

Distributed File System:

Distributed File System is quite powerful and works best, with this feature, you can get instant access to your phone documents or photos as easily as to access another disk drive on your laptop.

Most interestingly, these all functionalities can be conducted without touching your phone&#;s data cable.

distributed file system

MeeTime:

MeeTime video calls were introduced with EMUI and improved in EMUI With EMUI 12, Huawei is taking a step ahead, this feature now supports cross-device video calls, you can seamlessly shift video calls picked up on your phone to Huawei Vision by using the MeeTime Video Call Transfer feature, and shift the call back to your phone, as per your requirement.

Huawei Meetime

Performance:

Time to come to an important part &#; Performance, the EMUI 12, provides faster web pages and apps loading as you scroll. You can return to the page next time as you load it up.

Even after a long term of use, the EMUI 12 ensures to provide optimum performance, operation response, and app startup as it was doing initially.

Security:

Lastly, the security. EMUI 12 comes with better security and privacy protection, You can input your password to unlock your phone from your laptop while being connected to the Multi-screen collaboration feature.

Moreover, you can set your smartwatch as a trusted device of your phone for extra protection. Your phone will only respond when your phone is connected via Face unlock.

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HUAWEI EMUI 11 Logo

Be Brilliant Together

Human Factor Based Design

Multi-window
Floating Window:
Keep Your Apps
on Tap

New floating windows keep all of your items accessible, while helping you maintain focus on the task on hand. Switch between apps, change the layout, or move windows to an App Bubble for later use.

View without Distraction Open a floating window to reply to a message without interrupting your task.

HUAWEI EMUI 11 Uninterrupted View

Smooth Switching Access apps from the app dock, and shrink them into an unobtrusive App Bubble, to shift from app to app with newfound ease.

HUAWEI EMUI 11 Smooth Switch

Resizable
Windows Adjust the relative size and position of floating windows, to arrange tasks to your liking, while enjoying an unobscured view.

HUAWEI EMUI 11 Adjustable Windows

Reinventing Innovation

Multi-screen
Collaboration
Multi-tasking
Master

The latest-generation Multi-screen Collaboration displays multiple phone apps at a time on your PC, taking multi-tasking to a whole new level. Whether it's comparison shopping on different e-commerce platforms, or watching a video while commenting in a chat group, you can now fit your busy life onto a single screen.1
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Story Creator
Take a New Spin
on Your Story

Give your video footage a personal touch, by applying cinematic templates, distinctive transitions, and stirring background music — to breathe new life into priceless memories, unforgettable journeys, and important events.

Super Notepad
Scan, Extract, ⁠
and Share

See some text you need to share? In the new and improved, AI-powered Notepad, you can now do so on just a whim. Simply scan the image to extract the text, and have it converted into a dedicated file.

See some text you need to share? In the new and improved, AI-powered Notepad, you can now do so on just a whim. Simply scan the image to extract the text, and have it converted into a dedicated file.

Powerful Performance

Smooth
Performance
that Lasts
Swift and Steady
Wins the Race

EMUI 11 takes the seamlessly efficient EMUI system to lofty new heights. Even after 36 months simulated ageing, system performance declines by an almost imperceptible %.

Performance Change
EMUI 11 after 36 months
  • -1
%
HUAWEI EMUI 11 Game Accelerator

Motion Predict
Engine
So Fluid, You Can
Feel the Difference

An innovative motion prediction engine works with cutting-edge GPU Turbo technology to enhance game fluidity and power efficiency, especially for high FPS gaming, helping you stay ahead of the curve — and the competition!

Privacy Protections

Safe Sharing2
Share Your Life,
Not Your Data

Before sending a picture, you can choose to delete sensitive information, such as the time, location and camera specifications. This allows you to share life experiences, while keeping private details away from prying eyes.

HUAWEI AppGallery

Discover your next favourite Apps and Games with HUAWEI AppGallery. Enjoy exclusive content and free welcome gifts, special in-game events, competitions, prize draws and exclusive rewards.
Learn more >

HUAWEI Mobile Cloud

A secure cloud service that safely stores your photos, videos, contacts, notes, and other important information, HUAWEI Mobile Cloud allows convenient data transfer to new devices anytime, anywhere.
Learn more >

HUAWEI Petal Maps

Explore and navigate the world with HUAWEI Petal Maps. You can find locations, get driving directions, and receive public transport information in just a few taps.
Learn more >

HUAWEI Petal Search

HUAWEI Petal Search puts the world in the palm of your hand. Find whatever you’re looking for with fast, secure, and comprehensive searches, combined with a host of additional services.
Learn more >

Celia

Celia listens to you, answers your questions, and helps you get things done hands-free — set alarms, make calls, check the weather, count calories, play music, translate menus and more.
Learn more >

HUAWEI Phone Clone

Transfer your contacts, SMS, call logs, notes, recordings, calendar entries, photos, music, videos, documents and applications from your old phone to your new Huawei smartphone.
Learn more >

HUAWEI Video

Huawei Video offers a treasure trove of selected series, short videos, sports’ footage, documentaries and movies.

HUAWEI Music

HUAWEI Music offers a premium-quality, tailor-made music experience, with the biggest hits from around the world, curated playlists, popular podcasts and a rich variety of features for all music lovers.
Learn more >

We highly appreciate the support provided by the following partners3 in helping to build an all-scenario user experience.

To learn about how to join our ecosystem, please visit the HUAWEI Developers website.

*Accessibility of some features may vary by region. Product pictures and display contents on the foregoing pages are provided for reference only. Actual product features and specifications (including but not limited to appearance, colour, and size), as well as actual display contents (including but not limited to backgrounds, UI, and icons) may vary.

**All data in the foregoing pages are theoretical values obtained by HUAWEI internal laboratories through tests carried out under particular conditions. For more information, refer to the aforementioned product details. Actual data may vary owing to differences in individual products, software versions, application conditions, and environmental factors. All data is subject to actual usage.

***Due to real-time changes involving product batches, production and supply factors, in order to provide accurate product information, specifications, and features, HUAWEI may make real-time adjustments to text descriptions and images in the foregoing information pages, so that they match the product performance, specifications, indexes, and components of the actual product. Product information is subject to such changes and adjustments without notice.

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Install Google Mobile Services (GMS) on EMUI 11 or Harmony OS 2.0 W/O rolling back to EMUI - part 1

EMUI 11 and Magic UI 4 Eligible Devices

Huawei has released the EMUI 12 operating system, which comes with a suite of new features, user interface (UI) design, animation effects, seamless device controller, and other important enhancements over EMUI

EMUI 12 design reflects the design scheme of the HarmonyOS operating system. From UI to features, all carry the same rhythm. However, Huawei has remained silent on the based software of EMUI

Let&#;s jump to the matter, and explore the EMUI 12 Features:

Minimalist Design:

EMUI 12 comes with a new innovative user interface design that has beautiful rounds corners and provides a seamless viewing experience. There are finely tuned gradients that create a perfect sense of depth in the display, while the simple black, white and blue color format offers a clean and refined look.

EMUI 12 seamless design

Motion Effects:

This EMUI software comes with new animation effects that reflect realistic gravity and magnet animation effects. The latest animations added to the UI reflects the celestial objects move in the universe, and makes the overall touch interaction more smoother and interactive.

Font Weight:

The new software supports stepless weight adjustment, which allows you to adjust the size and the weight of the font by just adjusting the slider. This new feature enhances the user&#;s viewing experience and makes the UI labels more visible for better UI controls.

stepless font

Control Panel:

Control Panel is an all-in-one solution that you can access by swiping down from the top right corner of the display. The Control Panel consists of audio playback, WiFi, and Bluetooth settings on the same screen.

EMUI 12 Control Panel

That&#;s not it because the Control Panel the above-mentioned controls are followed by shortcut switches section. There&#;s also a Device+ section. The aim of the Control Panel is to provide you the quickest possible options on the go without at the fastest pace.

Notification Center:

Compared to the EMUI 11, the Notification Center is now separated from the Quick settings panel. The users now have a brand new notification center, that you can access via swiping down from the top left corner of the display.

Device+:

Finally, let&#;s talk about the &#;Device+&#;. This feature resembles the Super Device feature on the HarmonyOS 2. What are the use cases? Let&#;s take a brief look.

You can simply tap on the MatePad icon (as shown in the image) to activate a multi-screen collaboration with MatePad. This will help you conduct calls, send messages, and check photos from your phone on the tablet screen.

EMUI 12 Device+

Once connected with MateBook, you can edit your phone&#;s files directly using your laptop&#;s bigger display with ease of access. Want to enjoy your phone&#;s content on an even bigger display? Don&#;t worry, EMUI 12&#;s Device+ supports Huawei Vision smart TVs.

Lastly, the earbuds support of the Device+ allows you to listen to should of the other connected device such as Huawei Vision, without disturbing other people.

Distributed File System:

Distributed File System is quite powerful and works best, with this feature, you can get instant access to your phone documents or photos as easily as to access another disk drive on your laptop.

Most interestingly, these all functionalities can be conducted without touching your phone&#;s data cable.

distributed file system

MeeTime:

MeeTime video calls were introduced with EMUI and improved in EMUI With EMUI 12, Huawei is taking a step ahead, this feature now supports cross-device video calls, you can seamlessly shift video calls picked up on your phone to Huawei Vision by using the MeeTime Video Call Transfer feature, and shift the call back to your phone, as per your requirement.

Huawei Meetime

Performance:

Time to come to an important part &#; Performance, the EMUI 12, provides faster web pages and apps loading as you scroll. You can return to the page next time as you load it up.

Even after a long term of use, the EMUI 12 ensures to provide optimum performance, operation response, and app startup as it was doing initially.

Security:

Lastly, the security. EMUI 12 comes with better security and privacy protection, You can input your password to unlock your phone from your laptop while being connected to the Multi-screen collaboration feature.

Moreover, you can set your smartwatch as a trusted device of your phone for extra protection. Your phone will only respond when your phone is connected via Face unlock.

Also, Read:

Huawei HarmonyOS Upgrade Plan: Devices and Rollout Time [List]

Continue Reading

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Now discussing:

Huawei claims to have started rolling out EMUI 11 to all devices globally

Huawei claims to be on the verge of completing its global EMUI 11 rollout, nearly seven months after it announced it. In October , the company promised to update 37 devices to the OS, but this only applied to those in China. It took Huawei another month to announce its EMUI 11 upgrade plan for nine regions, which it delineated as:

  • Africa
  • Asia Pacific
  • India
  • Japan
  • Latin America
  • Middle East
  • Russia
  • North-Eastern Europe
  • Western Europe

Initially, Huawei promised to roll out EMUI 11 to all devices in Q1 , but that did not materialise. In fact, it is yet to finish its global update plan, although all devices have started receiving the upgrade in batches, at the very least.

Anecdotally, 'pushing in batches' means that Huawei could take another month or two before it claims to have delivered the update to all users. You can read what stage your device is on Huawei's EMUI 11 roadmap below in its region-specific update plans.

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