Huawei EMUI 10 Presented: Find Out What’s New With the Update


During the Huawei Developer Conference that takes place this week in Dongguan, China, the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei has unveiled not only its new operating system, Harmony OS but also great innovations in the software layer that it usually implements on Android: EMUI.

Like Google’s operating system, Huawei’s customization reaches its EMUI 10 version. The manufacturer has not taken this as a simple update and intends to bring the latest design and performance features to its smartphones. These include, of course, the dark mode or AI systems in the device.

One of the points where Huawei has not improved as much as its sales is, by far, its graphical interface. This has remained relatively unchanged for several generations of its main smartphones.

Dark mode in EMUI 10

With the arrival of the dark mode, Huawei is not limited to incorporating darker tones to its interface but claims to have studied readability based on the local contrast of the phone to improve the visibility of content on the screen.

The predominant color will still be blue, which is developed in a tonal range that will be integrated not only in the system and its main applications but will also work in third-party applications. It is not clear yet if they will all be.

During the presentation, Huawei compares with competing devices in terms of stability in the response. They not only look for them to be faster, but also for them to be consistent and predictable in the face of the user, reducing latency in various tasks such as communications or opening applications.

From September on the Huawei P30

We can expect this update on the next Huawei phones, such as the Mate 30 and 30 Pro that we expect to be presented during October, although not exclusively. Huawei previously confirmed that it will update a large selection of terminals to Android Q, although it is still unclear how many of them will receive the new version of their customization completely. EMUI 10 will arrive in beta form on September 8 to the Huawei P30, P30 Pro and P30 Lite.

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