EMUI 10 by Huawei introduced at Huawei Developer Conference

Huawei revealed a beta version of EMUI 10 that will launch on September 8. Also, Huawei P30-series would be the first to get the Beta version. It is a huge turning point release for the business, not just an upgrade of the latest version as per Huawei.

The latest EMUI was introduced with the company’s Harmony OS at Huawei Developer Conference. It’s a new UI with lots of changes with the dark mode, which are suggested by Huawei Smartphone users. The Chinese tech giant stated that by calling an API, third-party developers could make use of the dark mode.

Recently a video updated by the tech giant showing what the EMUI 10 interface will look like.

Moreover, EMUI 10 brings HiCar Huawei’s Android Auto replacement. HiCar can work with 120 car models and supported by 30 automobile makers. EMUI 10 likewise loads new abilities associating with multi-screen collaboration. It will enable the Huawei phones to interact with other devices flawlessly, consisting of drones, TVs, smartwatches, and more.

According to Huawei, there is a huge improvement in performance. It also states that it wishes to provide fast and steady performance to its EMUI 10 users. The business will be sharing more information about EMUI over the next few days.

Individually, Huawei revealed that it would reveal the very first smart device powered by the new HarmonyOS tomorrow under its Honor brand name.

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