For the Huawei Mate 9, the update to Android Oreo is already in work. Apparently the manufacturer for the new version but at least optically little changes themselves. Soon, the Huawei Mate 9 will upgrade to Android Oreo 8.0. The new version of the Android operating system. It seems that the Chinese firm is already testing in beta form this version, which will be accompanied by MIUI 6.0.
Android Oreo is not a version that includes great news, nor a change of impressive design, but it seems that Huawei has wanted to spoil his Mate 9 with great changes. Through the XDA Developers forum, we have been able to see different screenshots as well as some new features. According to first information, EMUI 6 looks almost exactly like the older EMUI 5 user interface
The first thing to note is that Android Oreo on the Huawei Mate 9 will include the new features presented by Google. That is, we will have the famous Picture-In-Picture feature. As well as improving the process of applications, more power, and safety. It also includes enhancements to notifications as well as notifications panel through the icon. As for features added by Huawei, for MUI 6, we find one that includes the possibility to change the resolution of the screen. This has already been seen on some Samsung devices, and the truth is that it can be very useful to extend the life of the battery.
Also added a button in the navigation bar, which allows us to hide the bar permanently. But, the most important is the new gesture control on the screen. These gestures can replace the navigation bar. For example, sliding from left to right to open the recent apps drawer. Some Bluetooth settings have also been added to the development options.
Note that Huawei wants to spoil as much as possible to Huawei Mate 9, we will see if in the final update some of these features disappear, or others are added much more interesting. We also expect a design change, at least for the latest models of the firm. Whatever happens, users of a Mate 9 can rest easy, less and less for this device to update.