Huawei is still working on EMUI 10, their upcoming Android Q-based skin and the previews look impressive. We had a first look mid last month and now we have a second look that shows the tweaks EMUI 10 has so far gotten. The ongoing trade ban with the USA had them revoked of their Android license by Google that they then got back after a temporary reprieve was granted to them. The future looks promising now that the presidents of both the USA and China, Donald Trump and Xi Jinping respectively called a ceasefire on the trade ban.
“US companies can sell their equipment to Huawei,” Trump said on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Osaka. “We are talking about equipment where there’s no great national security problem with it.”
Huawei will now go on working on Android Q-based EMUI 10 even though they were working on their own OS – HongMeng/Ark OS.
EMUI 10 Details
EMUI 10 previews show that it is very well constructed seeing that it is going to be out in the next three months with the Huawei Mate 30.
FunkyHuawei tested the latest EMUI 10 build on a Huawei P30 Pro and the changes are minor but not subtle.
EMUI got a new logo and the interface has bright whites and blue hues similar to the EMUI 9.1 on top of Android Pie. The quick settings when you slide down the notification shade gets a black gradient look. The weather app and widget get a vibrant hue of blue too.
Gesture navigation is present and similar to the gesture navigation that comes with stock Android Q. The gesture animations are much snappier too.
Other Android Q features shipping with EMUI 10
The Huawei camera interface has also been overhauled
Switching the camera modes is much snappier and now with more filter options – there’s an added intensity slider too.
That’s all we all know and expect new updates in the meanwhile before it rolls out in the next few months. Huawei has already promised that these 17 devices will be getting Android Q that will obviously ship with EMUI 10. These include the Mate 10 and 20 series, P20 and P30 series, P Smart 2019 series.
Huawei users should expect security updates to continue being pushed to their devices too.