The last version of EMUI before switching to HarmonyOS

by | Dec 7, 2020

The last version of EMUI before switching to HarmonyOS

Huawei has finally announced that 10 million users worldwide exploit smartphones with its latest EMUI 11. They finished the accomplishment in eighty-two days since the user interface’s announcement back in September, which could be a month and a half quicker than the EMUI ten rollout.

The emotion UI was introduced at the Huawei Developer Conference with lots of visual changes and under-the-hood optimizations. One of the most significant changes is that the new multi-window functionality is currently centered and can be activated with a gesture. There are improvements in how the phone works with a mirrored laptop, fancier animations on the lock screen, etc.

Of course, EMUI 11 doesn’t have Google Mobile Services. Even more, expectations are this is the last EMUI version before Huawei switches its devices to HarmonyOS with native HMS. Company execs already announced a beta would be rolled out this month, with a stable public update prepared in April 2021.

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