Huawei officially launched the EMUI 13 operating system. It seems that EMUI 13 has many similarities with Harmony 3.0. In fact, Huawei has previously stated that EMUI is developed based on Hongmeng. However, after the launch of Hongmeng, EMUI mainly turned to providing services for international models, and this time EMUI 13 is no exception.
The summary found that the new features of EMUI 13 mainly include the icon sliding gesture (similar to the service card of Hongmeng), large folders, allowing widgets to stack, super terminal, super storage, cross-screen sharing, etc. It can be said that the experience is better than that of EMUI 12. Can be described as a new look.
SuperStorage claims to free up to 20GB of space by storing duplicate files and compressing less frequently used applications. Of course, privacy security has also been strengthened, including a privacy center, sensitive information deletion tools, etc.
It is a little regrettable that Huawei has not announced the push time and compatible models of EMUI 13, but only mentioned that the demo picture is based on the interception of Huawei Mate 50 Pro. We will keep an eye on the follow-up progress.