The latest Huawei smartphones have the best hardware you can buy. And now, the company has announced new software's global roll-out to introduce the very latest features to a much wider range of handsets than before, including many earlier phones that include full Google services.
You'll know by now that Huawei's latest releases have not included full Google Mobile Services (GMS) features (such as Google Maps, Gmail and Play Store) because the Chinese brand is included in the United States. List of the Entities of Government.
The company has overlaid basic open-source Android with its own, highly accomplished EMUI software on the most recent phones, without GMS. One of EMUI 's benefits is that it's designed to work on Huawei 's phones whether full GMS is present or not.
EMUI's latest version, version 10.1, was first introduced with the arrival of the P40 Series phones in March. But it's now announced that it will also be rolled out to many earlier phones in the coming days. There's the folding phone of the Mate 30 Series and Mate Xs (which lack GMS), for a start. This builds on EMUI 10's always-on display, and adds a 3-D effect rendered. These are colorful images that sit on an otherwise black screen alongside the time , date and notifications. They look terrific.
New unlock animations will come on phones with the fingerprint sensor buried in the display. Huawei says those were "inspired by the earth's elements." To me they look like rippling water, exploding fireworks and a high-tech sphere.
Cross-Device Photo Gallery works across platforms, so that even if some are on your phone and some on your laptop, you can browse images together, providing both gadgets are on the same wi-fi network. More places to follow available in Europe now.
The Multiscreen partnership allows to Pick up audio or video calls on your PC instead of your phone, use the phone's cellular connectivity on the laptop and so on. To put it another way, two devices can be used with just one screen.