We have already debated at length about the presentation date of EMUI 11, the mobiles compatible with the Huawei operating system and the possible news that we would find in the software. Today there is very little official information but fortunately different leaks are taking place that allow us to start shaping the future of the brand.
Today we already know that App Gallery and Petal Search would once again be the nerve center of Huawei’s operating system. The firm’s app store and the tool for locating APKs in any corner of the Internet are intended to make us forget about the absence of the Play Store, and find alternative methods to install our favorite apps, as happens on mobile phones with a licensed version of Android.
The first rumors spoke of a renewed gesture system to use the phone more comfortably as well as the possibility of enjoying new functions such as native screen recording or greater control over app notifications, but today we receive more news from EMUI 11 that should hit Huawei’s first phones next month.
Interface and AOD-centric improvements
According to the Telegram channel EqualLeaks, specialized in collecting all the leaks in the mobile phone market in any corner, a large part of the EMUI 11 news will be focused on changing the appearance of the Always On Display screen of the mobile phones compatible with this tool .
The changes will focus more on the design of the always-on screen rather than adding features. The same happens with the icons of the system applications which will undergo some slight variation to give them a more current aesthetic. Huawei mobiles that can install EMUI 11 will also debut a new translation function at the same time that the split-screen system to use several applications at the same time will be “more intelligent.
To these software improvements we must add those that were leaked weeks ago that speak of an improved GPU Turbo mode for our game sessions or the possibility of using a completely renewed one-hand mode. There will also be an impact on improving file exchange between devices and computer and there is talk of the possibility of converting any application into dark mode in order to make it more complete.
At the moment, we still do not have an official date for the landing of EMUI 11 or the Huawei Mate 40.