Huawei global users are eager to try out the new operating system to rebuild and experience something new in their handsets, as the introduction of Huawei EMUI 13 (possibly) draws closer, which should be along with Android 13.
EMUI 13 should ship with Android 13, replacing the outdated Android 10 operating system. Notably, EMUI versions 10, 11, and 12 continue to run on top of Android 10, even though access to GMS may be affected on devices like the Huawei P30 and Mate 20 series.
Huawei EMUI operating system:
The HarmonyOS operating system, which is exclusive to the Chinese market, is comparable to Huawei EMUI because it provides services to smartphones around the world. Both operating systems are supported by Huawei devices, including smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, and as well as IoT and Smart car systems.
But there is a flaw in EMUI, the devices running with this software are still based on Android 10, whether it’s EMUI 10, EMUI 11, or EMUI 13. While some consumers have demanded whether they should be shifted over to a complete HarmonyOS operating system or a new Android version.
This year, Huawei will introduce new software for the global market and it should be packed with the Android 13, which is adopted by all Android smartphone users, except Huawei. Yes, Huawei is banned by the U.S. but the AOSP project of Android 13 is already launched and could be used by the new EMUI build.
Although Huawei hasn’t changed the base of EMUI software, it has still brought in new features with each version.
Huawei EMUI 10:
Huawei made changes and improvements in the UX of EMUI 10 and updated its UI design bringing new smoothly operating for a smoother user experience, following are the feature that EMUI 10 brings for you:
User interface: Magazine design, Morandi color, Dark mode, Animations, EROFS, GPU Turbo, and more.
Other features: High security, Hardware compatibility – Mutual sharing, touch screen sharing, multi-screen collaboration, Huawei Hisar,
Huawei EMUI 11:
Huawei EMUI 11 gives its best to change the user’s interface and new features that enhanced your experience. Let’s recall there its features:
Artistic always on display, improved multi-window multitasking, Animation based Human factor, Live notification icons, and switches. Improves Multi Screen collaboration, Super Notepad, Security and permission, AI subtitles, and more.
Huawei EMUI 12:
The successor of EMUI 11 is also launched with Android 10 but Huawei has brought in brand new functionalities as mentioned below.
Interface: Weightless font, neuromorphic design, smart folders, notification panel, and control panel,
Smart life in all scenarios: Cooperative security, cross-device file management, Huawei Share, and more.
Huawei EMUI 13:
Among the leaks and rumors, we have collected some of the new expected features and improvements for the users, that further improve your device operation and accessibility better than the past versions:
EMUI 13 to bring new large folder sizes that enhance the look of your devices, the colored theme, dark mode scheduling feature, and more.
Currently, Huawei has not confirmed these features officially for EMUI 13 but we definitely want to see these happen along with others.
Still, users want to see Huawei EMUI 13 launch with the new Android 13-based operating system.
Android 13 first rolled out for the Google Pixel smartphone. Along with that, we have anticipated some of the interesting features for Huawei users, so if the EMUI 13 comes with Android 13 then what feature and changes you experience in your Huawei smartphone? Let’s check them out.
- More material in your color scheme and cinematic wallpapers
- Improved launched search
- Opt-in notifications
- QR code scanner
- Per-app language settings for apps
- Battery measures
- UWB support
- Support for Bluetooth law-energy audio
- Return of assistant gestures
- New media player and out picker
- Spatial audio
Following Android 10, Huawei and Google have ended support for Huawei devices, which later resulted in the subsequent EMUI release but without a new base. Why? Since Huawei doesn’t support software for later releases from Google, it decided not to scratch the existing GMS devices and rolled it out with Android 10.
Even, though the company is not thinking to bring the HarmonyOS version to global devices due to the Hardware compatibility or app ecosystem. We have to wait to see what the company has planned for EMUI 13 and how effective the feature it brings for Huawei users.