Following the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro, Huawei has also kicks off the EMUI 10.1 beta recruitment for the flagship Huawei Mate 30 series that first debuted with EMUI 10.0.
The users of Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro can now sign up to become a part of the EMUI 10.1 beta activity and test the latest feature first hand. The EMUI 10.1 beta project initially started in the Philippines and may also be expanding to other countries.
However, you can download the Huawei Beta app (below) and check the beta project for your device.
Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro users require to update the models with the following EMUI 10 version.
Huawei Mate 30：
TAS-L29 EMUI 10.0.0.192(C636E8R8P1)
TAS-L29 EMUI 10.0.0.192(C636E8R7P1)
Huawei Mate 30 Pro：
LIO-L29 – EMUI 10.0.0.204 (C636E6R8P1)
LIO-L29 – EMUI 10.0.0.204 (C636E6R7P1)
Currently, there’s mention of the 5G models but you can still check for the beta project.
Registration Timeline: From April 17 to April 28.
Required Testers: 300 Per Model.
Rollout: After the registration, users of Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro need to wait until the registration closes for everyone, followed by the EMUI 10.1 beta version rollout.
Note: Required EMUI version, Recruitment time and Tester slots may vary depending on the Region/Country. Also, the Beta registration may start all together in every Region/Country and expand gradually.
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You can download the beta app from the link given below and check the project via the following:
- Start APP
- Select Personal
- Join Project
- Available Project
- Sign Up
Do you like separate EMUI 12 notification panel and control panel?
The Huawei EMUI 12 software work to redesign your smartphone in an efficient way, not only in terms of the interface but also in features, optimization, and a new notification panel. And Huawei offers two separate panels one for the notification and another a control panel.
By creating a brand-new notification panel and control panel that is based on an in-depth study on user preferences and psychology. The interface has been split into two independent sections, which improves interactions and makes it easier to tell apart elements.
However, what do you think about a separate Notification panel and control panel in EMUI 12? What does new changes appear?
Before EMUI 12, the notification panel and control panel were initially integrated into a single panel. But after EMUI 12, when swiping down from the top of the screen reveals the notification panel and control panel but in a very different format.
The notification panel is accessed by swiping down from the left edge of the screen, while the control panel is accessed by swiping down from the right edge of the screen.
Why Huawei brought separate panels:
However, these revamp in the panel brought because Device+ and audio were added to control panels in EMUI 12. In addition to the existing shortcut switches. And after adding this above-mentioned shortcut, it’s difficult to have notification messages, shortcut switches, and Device+ all displayed onscreen.
To access them alternatively, you may have to slide or scroll the screen. You would probably assume that the pull-down interface is fragmented and difficult given the complexity of those activities. Even locating a shortcut switch would be extremely difficult.
To read alerts or access the control panel, simply swipe down on the left or right sides of the screen, respectively, when the notification panel and control panel are split into two separate displays. Using Device+, it is simple to enable or modify shortcut switches to suit your needs.
Additionally, the audio control panel is also very helpful having to launch and close numerous audio applications. The ability to switch between apps and choose a playback device is greatly facilitated by shortcut switches.
Meanwhile, for all these reasons, I personally think it a good idea to have to separate panel. Since EMUI 12 places such a high value on user intuition, there is also the Device+ function, which makes it possible to collaborate seamlessly across devices.
But it’s all about my opinion, what about yours? How much do you like the idea of a separate EMUI 12 notification and control panel out of 10 on the scale? Just don’t forget to share reviews with us.
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Huawei P40 Pro gets EMUI September 2022 patch in Europe
Huawei it’s morally wrong to release the monthly security patch at the end of a month for devices like P40 Pro. Yes! the company recently released the September 2022 security patch update for the Huawei P40 Pro smartphone users in the European market.
Having flagship like P40 Pro in hand gives users a feeling of pride, but the late dispatch for its monthly fixes is not acceptable for them. The firm should focus to provide the update with respect to time as well as model market value.
Although it could happen sometime, instead of focusing on late release let’s discuss the changelog and the fixes that the company brings for your Huawei P40 Pro smartphone to let you explore it lag-free.
The EMUI September 2022 security patch for the Huawei P40 Pro smartphone, brings improvement to the system security with the fixes integrated into the September 2022 patch.
Worth mentioning that, this new firmware will force your device to run wisely as it aims to fix all the encountered bugs in the current build of your Huawei P40 Pro smartphone.
Additionally, the new version of EMUI for the P40 Pro (ELS-NX9) comes with a 126.96.36.1990 build (C432E3R5P5). We suggest downloading and installing this new software version as soon as it reaches you.
You can download the update via the Settings app on your Huawei P40 Pro smartphone. Open Settings, then tap on Software updates then the System & Updates option, and click on the Download and Install option. Your phone will restart after installing the update.
Previous update for the Huawei P40 Pro:
Notably, the August 2022 security update for the Huawei P40 Pro was reached at the end of the month. However, this may be the specific schedule of Huawei to release the monthly patches by the end of the month. Just update the recent security patch and enjoy the boosted performance of your Huawei device.
Huawei Mate 50 Pro adds face mask recognition feature
Huawei Mate 50 series has been continuously receiving new features with new software updates. Recently, Huawei has added face mask support for the Mate 50 Pro via a new firmware rollout.
HarmonyOS 188.8.131.52 software version has been rolling out for the Mate 50 Pro users that brings face mask recognition support.
According to the description of this feature, face recognition works accurately when the face is not covered by anything. While wearing a mask, the feature will allow the device to unlock the phone with eye scanning. You just need to look at the Huawei Mate 50 Pro screen to enable the face mask recognition process.
The feature is available in settings and if the user is opt-in to the feature, you just have to tap the slider and give your consent.
Due to the pandemic, most peoples wear masks mostly in outdoor conditions. In that case, they may require the phone’s feature to make a payment or for other use cases. Hence, the phone’s support for facial authentication could get denied but with a such new feature, you won’t have to remove the mask.
Apple has already installed face mask support for face id in all of its iPhone devices since last year.
This version of HarmonyOS 3.0 brings optimizations for system stability in certain situations to improve the phone’s inner performance for a better user experience.
Yesterday, we noted HarmonyOS 184.108.40.206, which improved camera shooting effects, adds support for 3D avatar, and also brings system senior mode for the users.
Huawei Mate 50 Pro comes with a wide front notch that resembles the Mate 20 Pro. However, the notch contains various sensors face facial security purposes.
The front module includes a laser sensor, ToF 3D depth camera, 13MP selfie camera with ultra-wide angle capability, proximity sensor, light sensor, and flood illuminator. these all combine a powerful face id system that is secured and reliable.