Huawei at its 2019 Developer Conference event announced the EMUI 10, its latest custom operating system based on Android Q. The EMUI 10 succeeds Android Pie-based EMUI 9 which is already released for most of the Huawei and Honor smartphones. Currently, the Chinese smartphone vendor is busy in rolling out the EMUI 9.1 OS which brings the GPU Turbo 3.0 and EROFS file system. Once done with the rollout, the company will soon release the EMUI 10 beta update to eligible Huawei and Honor devices followed by the stable release.
Huawei also revealed that the upcoming Mate series smartphones, which should be the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro to run on MIUI 10 out-of-the-box. Moreover, the company also announced that the first MIUI 10 beta update will be released on September 9 and the P30-series smartphones will be the first set of phones to get the beta update.
EMUI 10 is based on Android Q and brings several features that the Huawei smartphones users have been waiting since long. One of such feature is System-wide Dark Mode. However, the Dark Mode is not surprising as we all know that the Android Q will natively support dark mode.
It will offer multi-screen collaboration to allow HUAWEI phones to seamlessly communicate with other devices, including TVs, smartwatches, drones, and more.
There are plenty of features Huawei didn’t reveal at the HDC 2019 event, but the first EMUI 10 beta rollout is not far from now which surely reveal everything. We will have more to share about Huawei’s latest EMUI software then.
Moreover, Huawei also announced its first in-house operating system called Harmony OS at the same event. The Harmony OS is not smartphone exclusive as it supports a range of tech gadgets including computers, smartwatches, smart TVs, smart speakers, in-vehicle systems, and virtual reality gadgets. Moreover, the Harmony OS will be open-source, with developers allowed to create apps for it using the ARK Compiler.