Huawei has begun distributing a stable version of its proprietary EMUI 11 user interface for last year’s flagship smartphones – Huawei P30 and P30 Pro.
The system was already undergoing testing on both phones in China, Europe, the United Kingdom and the Middle East, and has now started to be upgraded to a stable version with distribution starting in China.
EMUI 11 brings a new design for the user interface, improved Always On Display mode, improved performance, new themes, better gesture navigation, refined sound experience and more.
Other great highlights are the improved multi-window mode, multi-screen mode with mouse and keyboard support, and several other features that promise an even better user experience than before.
The arrival of the stable version of EMUI 11 was announced through a post on Weibo, noting that the testing period started on September 11 with more than 10 million users having installed the beta version of the operating system.
For Huawei, the main focuses in the new version of the platform are privacy, security and improving the user experience.
Owners of EMUI 11-compatible notebooks will be able to enjoy even more detailed permission controls, reinforcing security, which is something of great concern when we talk about Huawei, publicly accused by the US government of spying.