Huawei users, great plans await you! EMUI 11 has entered the public beta stage and it will not take long before the stable build starts rolling out. EMUI is the custom UI skin of Huawei. Initially, this UI was based on Android OS. But the imposed ban has completely changed the UI interface of Huawei, making the EMUI updates the most exciting part for users.
A post related to the EMUI 11 beta status was shared on the popular Chinese social media site- Weibo. EMUI 11 public beta has officially started rolling out for the following devices- P40, P40 Pro, P40 Pro +, Mate 30, Mate 30 5G, Mate 30 Pro series, Mate Pad series.
Ten models of EMUI 11 are now in public beta! The Huawei P40 series, Mate30 series, MatePad Pro/Pro 5G version in your hand can boldly enjoy the smoothness of EMUI11. Don’t worry about other models, they will come later!
We can expect the stable roll-out of EMUI 11 by the end of this year. But there are no official details yet. Also, the stable roll-out will first hit the devices or some devices mentioned above. Most of the other Huawei smartphones which aren’t mentioned here will most likely receive the stable EMUI 11 update directly.
EMUI 11 is bringing interesting features like customizable Always-on display, live icons, smart multi-window, and a newly re-designed app gallery. You can read all about EMUI 11 from the link below.
Huawei is also bringing major privacy and security improvements. You will get to see an innovative camera feature called Long-take animations inspired by film shooting.
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