Huawei has recently made the official launch of its new interface EMUI 11. Here are the details of EMUI 11;
Huawei EMUI 11, which is highly curious by Huawei fans, was officially unveiled at the Huawei Developer Conference 2020. The version based on Android 10, not Android 11, takes the EMUI interface one step further. The version, which generally improves the interface and has made the transitions much smoother, comes with new Always-On Display features and designs. EMUI, which has many live icons added to its structure, offers an impressive usage structure with windows that can be changed in size by focusing on the issue of dividing the screen and using multiple windows. The interface, which now allows three separate applications to be run on connected Huawei computers, also increases privacy and security. The use of cameras and microphones in the background is absolutely not allowed anymore, and new permissions are coming as well. Huawei EMUI 11, with some other interface changes, looks nice and simple overall.
Which devices will the Huawei EMUI 11 update be coming?
The version will be available for the following devices in the first phase, according to previous information from official channels:
- Mate Series: Mate 30 Pro, Mate 30, Mate 30 RS Porsche Design, Mate 20X / Pro, Mate 20 RS Porsche Design, Mate X.
- P Series: P40 / Pro, P30 / Pro.
- Nova Series: Nova 6 5G, Nova5T / Pro, Nova5z, Nova 5i Pro.
- Tablets: MatePad, Mediapad M6.
- Honor models: Honor V30 Pro, Honor V20, Honor 20 Pro, Honor 20s, Honor 20 Youth Edition, Honor 9X Pro.
However, it is seen that new phones will be added to these phones in the future. In the meantime, it should be noted that HarmonyOS 2.0 has also arrived within the scope of Huawei Developer Conference 2020. The version that will come to smartphones in 2021 has become even more advanced. According to the firm’s statement, with the latest update, HarmonyOS will be officially open source and developers will be able to access emulators, SDK packages and IDE tools. The open source project called OpenHarmony will be launched in phases, with the mobile HarmonyOS beta first planned for developers at the end of 2020. Richard Yu also explained the roadmap for HarmonyOS in his keynote speech. “From today on, HarmonyOS usage is open to 128KB-128MB IoT devices such as smart TVs, wearables, cars and more. “In April 2021, we will open the use of 128MB-4GB devices and in October 2021 we will make HarmonyOS available for devices above 4GB,” he said. By the way, it should be stated that. Huawei “EMUI 11 may be upgraded to HarmonyOS in the future.” says. This makes a really big detail.
Here are a few EMUI Themes we can recommend to you:
- Radio Tech Theme for EMUI 10/9
- Dado Theme for EMUI 10/9 and MagicUI 3
- Basic Theme for EMUI 10/11/HarmonyOS 1/2 and MagicUI 4/3
- EMUI 12 Update List – Devices that will receive the new version
- Mirror of the Sky Theme for EMUI 11/HarmonyOS and MagicUI 4
- MU Plus Theme for EMUI 11/HarmonyOS and MagicUI 4
- Dark Silk Theme for EMUI 11/HarmonyOS and Magic UI 4
- DigiClock: Customizable Aesthetic Clock Widget
- Saozhu Theme for EMUI 11/10/HarmonyOS and MagicUI 4/3
- Coarsent Theme for EMUI 11 and HarmonyOS
- Liuli Theme for EMUI 11/HarmonyOS and MagicUI 4
- Young Master Theme for EMUI 11/10/9/HarmonyOS and MagicUI 4/3/2