Back in March, Huawei began to rollout HarmonyOS 3 software update for the first generation Huawei MatePad 11 tablet in the global market, and now it’s expanding for more users in the Asian continent.
According to the information, Huawei is expanding this update for Huawei MatePad 11 with HarmonyOS 3 version 18.104.22.168 and a package size of 3.8 megabytes. The past rollout contained HarmonyOS 22.214.171.124 and 4.94GB.
This update comes with stack widgets, which you can form by dragging the widgets of the same size on top of each other. You swipe up or down to switch between widgets.
Swipe down further to expand the stack and swipe left on a widget to remove it. Hole and drag a widget to adjust its position in the stack or drag it to the home screen.
Other than that widget combo is also there, you can drag widgets of different sizes and app shortcuts together to group them into a combo. You later adjust the combo size or use a combo template.
There’s another important feature that comes to the Huawei MatePad 11 is smart folders, which I liked the most. You can adjust a folder size based on the number of apps within it.
The new super device supports connecting to and interacting with more device types via Super Device, without even having to be logged in to the same Huawei ID.
Other than that, the new media controller fetches audio sharing with two connected FreeBuds earphones and listens to music simultaneously.
SuperHub is an addition that will give the major capability to MatePad 11 users. It allows you to share multiple forms of content between apps, and devices at a single time, by dragging text, images, and files to SuperHub.
Furthermore, the new notes app adds features such as importing notes in multiple formats, editing and converting handwritten notes to text and recognizing notes. There are also new features and improvements made to the security and privacy section, which you should explore.