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EMUI 10.1 vs EMUI 11: Experience New Multi-Window

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Multi-window is one feature, which is available for a long time as a Huawei EMUI feature and further received improvements throughout the time in the past few years. This feature allows the users to work on two different apps simultaneously.

Last September, Huawei released the next version of its Android-based mobile operating system, EMUI 11. This major upgrade comes with a bunch of new features and brings improvements for existing ones to improve an extraordinary user experience.

At the moment, the EMUI 11 version is rolling out for compatible Huawei devices in the home ground as well as in the global market. And, the Multi-window mode is one of the features of EMUI 11.

New Multi-Window allows you to open apps in a floating window for multitasking. You can relocate the floating window to the desired location or minimize it to a floating bubble for easier access later.

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Here you can check the changes and improvements done by the company in the multi-window mode with the latest EMUI build.

1. East to minimize the floating window:

If you open a floating window from the sidebar, you will see a new minimize icon added next to the maximize icon on the top-left corner after updating to EMUI 11. By clicking this minimize icon, users easily minimize the current app floating ball named App Bubble on the side.

2. App Bubble to reopen the apps easily

The App Bubble of EMUI 11 is stationed at both sides of the smartphone screen, so users are free to reopen any app windows quickly with a simple click on the App Bubble.

While you are running multiple tasks on the device, you can make the most out of the App Bubble feature to improve your multitasking experience with the swift switch and checking on tasks.

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By clicking the App Bubble, the screen sidebar will be expanded and display the minimized tasks of all hidden floating windows. Just select the desired window to work on. If you want to work on another task, just click the App Bubble again for quick selection and switch between your apps.

When you finish a task, you can either close the floating windows one by one or drag the App Bubble to the Recycle Bin to remove them all at once.

3. Easily resizeable

Many users were desperately wished that they could adjust the size of floating windows. With EMUI 11, the company has fulfilled this wish of users, and the floating window is now capable of size adjustments.

Users are now free to adjust the window size in all directions by pressing any point of the bottom part of the window until the borderline becomes bold. Alternatively, you can also press and hold onto the short horizontal line at the top to drag and reposition the floating Window.

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(Via – Huawei)

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Huawei Nova 9 grabs February 2022 security (EMUI 12)

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Huawei Nova 9 comes with a versatile camera system that allows you to take amazing photographs on every occasion. The phone doesn’t only come with a monstrous camera setup but also has its beautiful curved display that goes edge to edge to provide you with mesmerizing viewing experience for on-screen content.

Aside from powerful hardware and camera prowess, Huawei continuously improved this smartphone with the latest software updates. Therefore, it sends a new firmware rollout for the EMUI 12, which comes pre-installed on this phone.

In the latest edition, Huawei is sending a new software update for the Nova 9 global consumers that consist of a February 2022 EMUI security patch. Yes, we are sure that you may be thinking, why Huawei Nova 9 phone has received a February 2022 update instead of April or May? Well, Nova 9 is currently scheduled under the quarterly updates section and it could be the reason why Huawei is sending this software update.

You can get this software version via the Update section by going into Settings > from here tap on System & updates > here you can tap on Software updates and then you can follow the on-screen instructions to download and install the latest EMUI version. However, we recommend you to wait while the update installs on your Huawei Nova 9 smartphone, as it may take a few minutes to settle in your phone.

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Huawei Nova 9:

Huawei Nova 9 is powered by Snapdragon 778 4G including an octa-core architecture consisting of 4 x Cortex-A78 at 2.42 GHz + 4 x Cortex-A55 at 1.8 GHz. The quad rear camera system consists of a 50 MP Ultra Vision Camera (f/1.9 aperture), 8 MP Ultra Wide Angle Camera (f/2.2 aperture), 2 MP Depth Camera (f/2.4 aperture), and 2 MP Macro Camera (f/2.4 aperture). On the front side, the phone has a powerful 32MP camera.

(via – Huaweiailesi)

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April 2022 update for Huawei Nova 7 5G rolling out (global)

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Huawei has started sending a new firmware version for Nova 7 5G smartphone in the global market that brings April 2022 security update. The phone is first released in China and later became available for global consumers. As for your information, it’s EMUI 12 eligible and consumers have already upgraded their phones with the latest firmware in advance.

As per the changelog, the latest Huawei Nova 7 5G software update installs April 2022 EMUI security patches to improve the overall system security. On the other hand, the rollout occurs only in EMUI 12-powered devices. However, we recommend users of Nova 7 5G get on board with EMUI 12 to enjoy the latest software features.

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On the flip side, the changelog comes with EMUI 12 version 12.0.0.229, and an update package size of 233 megabytes. Also, the changelog doesn’t have many changes to mention but it could also optimize some of the performance-related tasks in the background.

Huawei EMUI 12 has a number of new features that are ready to improve your user experience with new addition such as better animations, a control panel as well as the notification center, and performance enhancements that are better than EMUI 11.

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We want to note that the company is sending the latest security patch in batches and it may come to your phone under the Update settings. So make sure you check continuously for updates.

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Huawei Mate 40 Pro is getting May 2022 update

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Huawei Mate 40 Pro global models are now receiving a new software update that comes with May 2022 security patch for the EMUI software system. For your information, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro currently runs EMUI 12, which has been upgraded from EMUI 11.0.

EMUI 12 has a lot of new functionalities for the Mate 40 Pro smartphone and it brings simplicity from its core to the consumers that are better than the last generation. However, we also want to point out that you should install this new EMUI version if you haven’t already.

Huawei Mate 40 Pro in China is running HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system, which is different from EMUI but it looks all the same when it comes to the user interface. We also want to mention that Huawei Mate 40 Pro is also the first smartphone to get May 2022 EMUI security update. However, more devices will get the upgrade soon once it starts to rollout for the models.

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To update your Huawei Mate 40 Pro, you need to tap on Settings > from here tap on System & updates, and then head towards Software update from here you can tap on the on-screen instructions that will lead you towards downloading the new EMUI version.

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To be mentioned, Huawei Mate 40 Pro comes with a large display featuring a pill shape hole punch, the phone has curved edges on the left and right sides. The phone is powered by Kirin 9000 5nm chipset and a big circle camera bump on the rear side that takes amazing photographs.

(source – huaweiblog)

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