With the launch of EMUI 10.1, Huawei introduced its voice assistant Celia for the international market. A user can wake up the voice assistant by holding down the power button for one second or saying “Hey Celia”.
Celia supports a wide range of features to help users get things done. 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, calorie scanning and more.
In the first phase, Celia supports the following languages and countries/Region:
- English (UK)
- French (France)
- Spanish (Spain)
COUNTRIES / REGIONS:
- United Kingdom
As more countries to come in the future.
Celia voice assistant is currently available in the Huawei P40 series.
Downloaded EMUI 12 on your Huawei P30?
People are downloading EMUI 12 and feeding it to their Huawei P30 series smartphones, similarly, other people are waiting to download this new EMUI software version.
Are you the one that hasn’t downloaded EMUI 12 on your Huawei P30? We suggest you get this EMUI release because it has various new features such as large folders, control panels, notifications panels, and other important system optimizations to improve your user experience.
However, these aren’t the only functionalities that you need to know about, because there are various new changes made in the user interface. Meanwhile, the performance will also jump as compared to the EMUI 11 or past version.
Huawei P30 and P30 Pro along with P30 Lite have been one of the most successful software loaders among Huawei smartphones. Also, these are privileged with Google Mobile Services (GMS) and sold most units in the global market, as users still love to operate them from camera to the design.
Downloaded EMUI 12 in your Huawei P30 device?
— HC Newsroom (@HCNewsroom) August 19, 2022
Earlier this year, Huawei opened EMUI 12 beta activity for the P30 and P30 Pro models. After a few beta rollouts, the company shifted this phone with a stable rollout and announced a wider rollout.
Speaking of a wide rollout, Huawei says it has completed EMUI 12 rollout for these two devices in most of the markets. However, there are some people offshore who still haven’t downloaded EMUI 12 on their Huawei P30 smartphones.
On the other side, you can check for EMUI 12 via Settings or My Huawei app’s software update section. By doing so, if the update does not appear on your phone, try to sync it with the HiSuite application on your desktop.
However, if the update still does not appear, then wait further as it may have not been released in your country or there might be a technical issue, barring your P30 to access the latest EMUI build.
Huawei P40 August 2022 EMUI update rolling out for global users
We are in the third week of August, and Huawei has started distributing the freshly released security patch to its high-class smartphone lineup. At this moment, the company has rolled out the August 2022 EMUI update for the Huawei P40 smartphone users in the global market.
It’s been a few days since the company started dispatching the latest security patch among its devices. To begin with, Huawei gave the chance to Mate 40 Pro users to experience the new improvements and fixes by pushing off the latest update.
In that manner, the P40 smartphone is the second Huawei device to attain the August 2022 EMUI update. Users residing in the global region can identify the update with version 188.8.131.528 (C432E5R4P5). Besides, you have to download a software package of 364MB to install the new EMUI 12 firmware.
On reading the changelog, we only find the presence of the August 2022 security patch. However, the update still proves to be beneficial as the respective patch brings fixes to 12 privacy and security-related vulnerabilities.
Aside, the newly released security patch also mends the video framework, improves the functioning of the My Huawei app, and optimizes the AOD lock screen module. Therefore, we recommend the corresponding device owners install the update as soon as it knocks on the doors of your notification panel.
How to install the latest security update?
Although the company has started pushing the firmware update through the OTA method in the region. Yet, you have the choice to jump into the update section of your device and download the update manually.
For doing so, follow the below-mentioned steps:
- Go to the Settings
- Scroll down and select System & Updates
- Tap on Software Updates
- Click on Check for Updates option
- Let the device finish the search for an appropriate update
- Press the Download & Install tab
If these steps don’t work out then you can also request the My Huawei app for updates. Just open the app > Updates > Download & Install.
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EMUI 13 to bring new large folders sizes
EMUI 12 is currently expanding but we now have to move towards the next version – EMUI 13. Yes, a new EMUI version is what global Huawei consumers have been waiting for since the company has already released HarmonyOS 3.0 for Chinese users.
Speaking of HarmonyOS 3.0, EMUI 13 should borrow a new functionality from HarmonyOS 3.0 for its large folders. So, what’s new in HarmonyOS 3.0 for large folders?
The EMUI 12 version of large folders currently supports a 3×3 (row and column) layout but in HarmonyOS 3.0, Huawei has added new layout options that we want to see in EMUI 13.
In addition to the 3×3 layout, Huawei has added two new layout sizes including the 3×1 for smartphones and 3×6 layouts for large screen devices such as tablets.
Yes, while overcoming a single option, Huawei should bring more functionality with EMUI 13 large folders.
Large Folder is a brand new concept that allows you to manage your phone’s home screen applications. Why Large Folders, when we already have app folders? Well, a Large folder is not a regular folder feature.
Instead, it’ll have some amazing effects, such as you can group apps under a folder that is big, not only that but you can also tap and open any corresponding app without opening the folder first. That’s how it works.
Most interestingly you won’t conduct any special instructions to use large folders because it’s just a bigger version of on-screen app folders. Tap on any folder and choose Enlarge to make it a large folder. Or tap and hold the same large folder and select Shrink to shrink it.
Large folders help you to organize the EMUI home screen with clear and conscious app grouping. While the entire feature enables you to focus on a section that you really want to launch.
We’re looking forward to EMUI 13 and what’s new it brings for the large folders, while there’s no official date has been announced for the launch.