Let’s begin my experience sharing with EMUI 12:
Once you unlock the phone, the home screen brings you a new view. Yeah, there is some furnishing made to app icons. Meanwhile, I’ve missed the app swipe-up gesture on EMUI 12, since it also comes in HarmonyOS 2.
Large folders is one of the most used and praised features, many users report that this is a feature that we could call “New”. While in my opinion, it’s something that every Android phone maker could copy from Huawei.
You just have to tap and hold and choose “Enlarge” to actually enlarge an app folder. The use of this feature allows you to organize the home screen with an easy-to-access one-tap app launch without opening the app first. Such a feature has not been there in the past version and its introduction saves a huge space on the phone’s home screen.
During swipes, switching apps, or opening the taskbar, you will feel the improvements made to fluency. This experience is better than the last EMUI version for sure, yet, I found HarmonyOS 2 more fluid.
The Control panel is a brand-new feature and it completely revamps the user experience. It has the most commonly used settings, placing media audio, shortcut switches, and paired device controls in your hand. In addition, Huawei added a new layer of improvement with other two widgets of quick services.
Before EMUI 12, I used to access notifications via the quick settings panel. Now, you can grab all of your notifications in a separate space called, Notification Panel.
You can access that by swiping down the top left corner of the screen. I found this feature useful and a lot better than EMUI 11.
I am impressed with the changes that have been made to the user interface and the overall design of UI/UX. These changes clearly appear on the Settings menu combined with the new font system.
Look at the image below, the left is EMUI 11 and the right one is EMUI 12. Both of these are different and EMUI 12 surely wins our attention in the first place. The view of menu elements is visible and looks better than in the past version.
Aside from the detailed view, there are some honorable mentions of some key functionalities such as multi-screen collaboration, app opening performance, and privacy and security. However, these could have been better but there is no significant changes found.
EMUI 12 is something that is eligible to call a “real change” in the EMUI universe. More than that, it’s what Huawei smartphone users have been looking for for a long time.
So, make sure to learn about these above-mentioned features before we all jump to EMUI 13.
Huawei P40 Lite upgraded with EMUI 126.96.36.1997
Huawei P40 Lite is getting the EMUI 188.8.131.527 build version with November 2022 security patch. Therefore, it improves the phone’s capability to fight against potential software threats.
As the version reflects, the phone currently runs EMUI 12 software and it was upgraded from EMUI 10.0. Hence, we suggest anyone grab the latest firmware as it appears in the update section.
On the other hand, fans are also waiting for EMUI 13 but the company has not revealed a roadmap to upgrade smartphones. Also, there’s no clue for Huawei P40 Lite making its way to EMUI 13 schedule.
How to update:
You can download the new version by opening the Settings menu, and from there tap on System & updates. Now you need to open Software updates and then CHECK FOR UPDATES.
However, the importance of the P40 Lite doesn’t conclude here because the phone is still performing well among consumers. Thanks to the specs, which include a Kirin 810 chipset, and 6GB+128GB memory version.
Huawei P40 Lite features a 6.4-inch screen with FHD+ resolution (2310 x 1080 pixels). There are quad cameras 48MP + 8MP + 2MP and 2MP.
The flip side of the phone will get you a hole punch display to house a 16MP selfie camera. Furthermore, it’ll fetch a 4200mAh battery that could recharge fast with a 40W super fast charger.
November 2022 update for Huawei Nova 9 SE expanding
Huawei is releasing the November 2022 security update for the Nova 9 SE smartphones in the global market. After the initial rollout in the Middle East, the company has started dispatching the latest Nova 9 SE update in more regions.
Meanwhile, we have entered a new month and Huawei will soon bring a fresh security patch for its eligible devices. These regular updates are meant to enhance the overall stability of your gadget and provide a new life to it.
Coming back to the new update, Huawei Nova 9 SE global users can identify the November 2022 security patch with the EMUI 184.108.40.206 build version. Further, the update comes along with a software package of 335 Megabytes.
You can install the latest firmware from the update section of your smartphone. Go to Settings > System & Updates followed by Software Updates. Keep following the on-screen prompts till you come across the latest build for your device.
On the side hand, you can also search the new updates in the My Huawei App. From the home page, tap on the Updates option and let the app bring you fresh and suitable firmware.
Huawei Health App in a new avatar!
Yes! your Huawei Health application is getting a new change in terms of the logo. Instead of the traditional heart with a wavy line, now you will get a bold and classy look from the Huawei Health app icon.
Not just from the outside, but the app gets new optimizations to the internal system as well. Consequently, with the new version, you will experience a better user interface, stable performance, and a more comprehensive app on your smartphone.
To check more new changes and improvements, you can update your app from the Huawei AppGallery. Alongside the app, we will also recommend you install the latest November 2022 update to give an overall boost to your Nova 9 SE handset.
Huawei Mate Xs 2 foldable getting November 2022 EMUI update
In terms of the offering, the update has packed some useful fixes and improvements for the device’s security system. As a result, users will experience a more reliable and responsive system after feeding the new firmware to their handsets.
Interestingly, this is the second security update for the Huawei Mate Xs 2 folding phones within a month. With the onset of this month, the corresponding device owners received the October 2022 security patch.
However, users were expecting the latest firmware update for the flagship model. As of now, the wait is over and Huawei Mate Xs 2 can install the November 2022 update with the EMUI 220.127.116.11 version along with a 371MB package.
The update is appearing via OTA medium in the global region. In the meantime, you can sneak into the Settings menu to grab the latest build manually.
- Go to the Settings app
- Swipe up and select System & Updates option
- Select Software Updates
- Tap on the CHECK FOR UPDATES option
- Let the device search for the new firmware
- Click on Download and Install tab
Before proceeding, make sure that you have a sufficient amount of storage and battery level to conduct the installation. Also, take a backup of your important data to prevent any kind of loss.
Huawei Mate X3 coming soon!
Huawei never misses a chance to surprise its users with unique and interesting gadgets. In the latest development, we heard about the Huawei Mate X3 folding phone that could make an official debut in January, next year.
No doubt, the device will bring some amazing tugs and tweaks on board. While there is some time to get the first look at the upcoming foldable, you can get slight details from the link given below.
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