There are many questions about this software and one thing you can rest assured is that this is a phased release. It means, that the company is making EMUI 13 available first for a limited number of users. In this case, the update is spotted in Asia.
However, the expansion will happen gradually among other users including Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America.
Which devices are getting EMUI 13?
The tipster who sent us this information owns Huawei P50 Pro and the current EMUI 13 rollout is first entitled for this flagship. According to the changelog, the update has EMUI build version 18.104.22.168. Interestingly, Huawei has packed a lot of new features with this software and the OTA size reflects the intent. Because Huawei P50 Pro and other users will have to download a package of over 6GB.
Yes, the device reported with this upgrade is running EMUI 12 onboard. Therefore, it’s a direct stable ticket for EMUI 13.
Once again, it’s a staged release and will expand to more smartphones with precautions.
Thanks to the tipster for this awesome tip 🙂
EMUI 13 features:
With this update, eligible smartphones will get a host of new features including the swipe-up app icon gesture. With this, Huawei users can open some of the key features of the app with just a swipe-up action on any home screen app. To identify the app will have a horizontal line below the icon.
EMUI 13 comes with new service widgets, which were only part of HarmonyOS. Now, global users can also enjoy this amazing functionality. Tap on any app icon to add its service widget on the screen.
This helps the user to get useful app insights without opening the app itself. Super Devices, better animations, home screen management, and many more are the part of EMUI 13 release.
So, Huawei began to rollout EMUI 13 for global smartphones and we hope that the release happen fast enough to satisfy all of the consumers.