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EMUI 13 will set the bar of innovation over Android 13 and iOS 16



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Huawei EMUI 13 is unveiled and it’ll come with lots of new additions over EMUI 12 but it’ll also set a new bar of innovation over its competitors including Android 13 and iOS 16.

Android 13 is the latest software upgrade from Google and iOS 16 for iPhones. In that case, both of these software come with immense features and capabilities for their corresponding devices.

However, there are two major innovations that they lack, especially Android. Even though EMUI 13 still uses some parts of AOSP Android, it looks different from the base.

I am a big fan of material design and in the past year, Google launched Material You, a new design library especially to customize the user interface. And it’s solid innovation, no doubt. However, that was the only major change that we saw with Android 12, and after that Android 13 launched with a few additions.

When it comes to iOS, they are making gradual improvements in user experience over the past version but there aren’t any major changes even in iOS 16. If Apple thinks of the lock screen as a new feature, Huawei and the Android ecosystem brought in long ago.

There are many additions that transpire EMUI 13 over Android 13 and iOS 16 but there’s one specific feature called App swipe Gestures that redefined how you use your smartphone.

emui 13 app swipe up gesture

That’s true, Android didn’t think of such innovations, neither Apple and even after being banned by the U.S., Huawei hasn’t stopped creating a better mobile user experience.

android 13 home screen

The EMUI 13 app swipe-up gesture allows you to swipe over an app icon and open key features on the go. You can access any given on-screen feature without opening the app first.

ios 16 home screen

It’s an innovation that makes your user experience better and interaction easy. However, both Apple and Google seemingly stopped innovating and started copying each other, while making teeny tiny changes in the name of version upgrades.

Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.