Huawei Announces Emui 10.1 Roll Out To Include Seamless Device Connectivity And New Photography Features

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Huawei has made the announcement that their EMUI 10.1 is being rolled out to Huawei devices from Mid-June in the UK.

The Huawei EMUI 10.1 was first launched globally with the Huawei P40 Series. It is an incredibly private, secure, seamless, and one of its kind smartphone experiences. With the new features Huawei has in store, it becomes a lot better. It also has features that help people stay connected with family and friends and enhance their productivity. It also allows you to interact with multiple devices at once and keep everyday tasks streamlined. The update will also include new photography features. 

Security and Privacy

The security and privacy are on priority in EMUI 10.1. It provides fully encrypted local and cloud data as well as security features such as PrivateSpace, App Lock and Password Vault to protect user’s privacy. Moreover, the microkernel of TEE has achieved CC EAL 5+, the highest level of security certification for a consumer device OS globally.  

Golden Snap

EMUI 10.1 also brings Golden Snap which allows for a state of the art intelligent photography experience. The photo you capture isn’t just a photo anymore. When you shoot, instead of getting a singular frame, the camera now records 4K moving images for additional frames taken before and after the shutter button is pressed. To get the best shot every time, the AI Best Moment analyzes these frames and selects the best out of the lot.  

Multi-Screen Collaboration

Now users can answer audio or video calls hands free directly from their PC thanks to the new functionality added to the Multi-Screen Collaboration. You can also open hyperlinks and files on your smartphone with the native PC applications for enhanced productivity.  

Multi-Device Control Panel

To enhance user experience to the best of its ability, the Multi-Device Control Panel allows users to keep an eye on all the connected devices around them. Moreover, it also intelligently recommends nearby devices which can be used to improve current user experience.  

HUAWEI Share

You can now share files quickly with the high-speed file transfer through Huawei Share. File transfer is possible with other devices such as tablets and PCs. With HUAWEI Share on the HUAWEI P40 Series, consumers can stream music to a smart speaker, initiate screen projection, and connect to Wi-Fi by tapping the device they want to connect to with their phone.  

Celia

Simply wake up the voice assistant by saying “Hey Celia” or hold the power button for one second to launch. The deep integration grants Celia access to the device’s hardware and AI, enabling the voice assistant to support object identification, media playback control, text messaging, face-to-face translation, and more. 

Availability

The EMUI 10.1 software update is currently being rolled out to select Huawei devices from Mid-June: 

  • P30
  • P30 Pro
  • Mate 20
  • Mate 20 Pro
  • Mate 20 Porsche
  • Mate 20 X 
  • Mate 20 X 5G
  • Mate 30
  • Mate 30 Pro
  • Mate Xs
  • Nova 5T

 Roll-out to further devices will be announced in the coming weeks.

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  1. […] Huawei is still struggling to cope with the Trump administration’s US export ban, which blocks US companies from doing business with the Chinese company. While Huawei can be pretty independent as far as hardware goes, the loss of Google’s software is basically going to kill Huawei’s phone business outside of China. The company is already expecting a 20-percent drop in phone sales in 2020, and thanks to the yearly lifecycle of smartphones, a lot of Google/Huawei phones are still on the market, so we’re seeing only the beginning of the effects of the export ban. […]

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