EMUI 11 was officially announced at Huawei Developer Conference (HDC) 2020 in September last year. The Chinese tech giant initially began the beta testing for flagship smartphones including Huawei P40 and Mate 30.
In the same month, Honor also announced the dubbed version of EMUI 11 as Magic UI 4.0 and also began testing it on the Honor 30 and V30 smartphones.
Following the Honor 30 and V30, Honor opened the beta program for Honor 20, 20 Pro, V20 and Magic 2 smartphones in November 2020. According to the latest information, these smartphones have now completed the beta testing with the rollout of stable Magic UI 4 in China.
According to the information, Magic UI 4.0 brings major features including distributed technology, fresh UX design, better privacy and security, AI enhancements, a new user interface, as well as the new artistic Always-on Display (AOD). Furthermore, Magic UI 4.0 also inherits the smart multi-window and multi-screen collaboration functions for maximum user capabilities.
Magic UI 4.0 for Global Users:
It’s time that we talk about the global users, Honor’s treatment of the global users is very disappointing and users are not quite happy with its software policy. But the company somehow managed to start Magic UI 4.0 beta testing in the global market by December last year with a limited testing pool.
With the rollout of stable Magic UI 4.0 for Honor 20, 20 Pro, and V20 in China. The hopes are quite high for the global device owners of these smartphones but we still don’t have an exact Magic UI 4.0 rollout date for overseas markets.
However, if we look at Huawei’s global rollout schedule, we can expect Honor to begin the Magic UI 4.0 rollout for its devices by this or the next month.
Monthly and Quarterly: Honor Magic UI July 2022 Device List
Honor has recently released the July 2022 Magic UI security patch details for the eligible Monthly and Quarterly Honor smartphones and tablets devices. Yes, it is a little delayed as compared to EMUI July 2022 security patch but only the Mate 40 series receives its security patch.
Honor July 2022 security patch contains certain fixes and various privacy and security-related issue and exploits. These vulnerabilities are marked as 2 critical, 11 marked as High, and 8 markets as a medium level of CVEs. Meanwhile, doesn’t include any low level of CVE.
While some of the old devices from Honor are getting security patches from Huawei, launched ahead of the breakup of these two firms. Meanwhile, here is a list of Honor devices dedicated to the July 2022 Magic UI security patch to be noted, these phones launched post-Huawei and Honor separation.
However, the company will soon release the July 2022 Magic UI security patch update for the below-mentioned devices soon. All you need to sty turn on it with us to get the latest info about the updates or you can check wisely on your smartphone setting>>System and Update>>Click on Software Update and now you can follow the on-screen instruction to get the latest firmware version.
Monthly updates Magic UI device list of July 2022:
Honor Magic Series:
- Honor Magic 4 Ultimate Edition
- Honor Magic 4 Pro
- Honor Magic 4
- Honor Magic V
- Honor Magic 3 Ultimate Edition
- Honor Magic 3 Pro
- Honor Magic 3
Honor V Series:
- Honor V40 Light Luxury Edition
- Honor V40
Honor Digital Series:
- Honor 70 Pro
- Honor 70 Pro+
- Honor 70
- Honor 60 SE
- Honor 60 Pro
- Honor 60
- Honor 50 Pro
- Honor 50
- Honor 50 SE
Quarterly update section of July 2022
Honor X series:
- Honor X30
- Honor X30 Max
- Honor X30i
- Honor X20
- Honor X20 SE
Honor Play series:
- Honor Play 30
- Honor Play 30 Plus
- Honor Play 20 Pro
- Honor Play 20
- Honor Play6T Pro
- Honor Play6T
- Honor Play5 Vitality
- Honor Play5T Pro
- Honor Play5
- Honor Play5T Vitality
- Honor Tablet 7
- Honor Tablet V7 Pro
- Honor Tablet V7
- Honor Tablet Z3
- Honor Tablet X7
Honor Magic UI/Android July 2022 security update details
July is in its midway and the wait of consumers for the latest security patch is now over. Honor has just published the Android-based Magic UI July 2022 security patch details for several of its smartphones and tablets. However, the security patch rollout is yet to start via OTA medium.
Talking of the new patch, the Magic UI July 2022 security patch details of Honor shows a limited number of fixes to the internal system. Yet, these fixes are important to maintain the stability of the device and operate the functions efficiently.
With the latest July 2022 security patch, Honor fixes a total of 22 exploits of the Magic UI system. These include 2 critical, 11 high, and 8 moderate levels of vulnerabilities. Moreover, these issues are related to the kernel components, MediaTek components, and security systems.
Apart from the fixes, the patch also provides improvement to the security section of the device. It enhances the solidity of the core parts, making them coherent against malware. So Honor users! we recommend you grab the patch as soon as it hits the floor to enjoy a smooth and efficient experience.
Aside from waiting for the OTA update notification, you can check for the latest update manually. Just head to the Settings menu > System & Updates > Software Updates. From here, follow the on-screen norms.
Honor Magic UI/Android July 2022 security patch details
Critical: CVE-2022-20222; CVE-2022-20229
High: CVE-2021-4154; CVE-2021-0981; CVE-2021-39691; CVE-2022-20141; CVE-2022-20221; CVE-2022-20223; CVE-2022-20226; CVE-2022-20228; CVE-2022-20230; CVE-2022-25258; CVE-2022-25375
Medium: CVE-2018-25020; CVE-2021-20268; CVE-2021-20321; CVE-2021-31440; CVE-2021-34556; CVE-2021-35119; CVE-2021-3635; CVE-2022-0492
Magic UI 7.0
On the flip side, the Honor team is also investing its time in the deployment of Magic UI 7.0. Certainly, the company will soon unveil some new flagship models and a dynamic interface for its users.
According to the information, the next Magic UI version will be based on the Android 13 system. Thus users would be able to catch a new view on their Honor devices. Further, features such as Material You will uplift the user experience to some more extent.
Read More: Honor Magic UI 7 is coming: Honor CEO
Honor Magic UI 7 is coming: Honor CEO
Honor has been pushing itself to launch new products, as the company has already started to grab smartphone market share in China. As recently, the CEO of form Huawei subsidiary announced some new information about Honor Magic UI 7 software.
According to Zhao Ming, CEO of Honor, the Honor team is working on future flaghip devices and Honor Magic UI 7.0 software. Although, the Honor chief has not revealed further details on this matter, yet mentioned that the user experience has been improved.
“Honor team is currently intensively preparing for the future flagship machine and Magic OS 7.0” said Zhao
The latest remarks from Honor’s CEO came during a recent press meeting on Honor’s products and strategic planning for the second half of the year.
Magic UI 7:
Information suggests that Honor Magic UI 7 will base on the Android 13 operating system, the company could bring in new optimizations such as Material You dynamic theming and other important adaptations from the new Android version.
Recently, Google has rolled out the final Android 13 beta for the testers and preparing for the next phase – the launch of this new Android software. Past Android 13 launch, Honor may also launch a new flagship phone featuring Honor Magic UI 7 and rollout it for previously launched devices.
That’s not, it’s expected that Honor will focus on smart features with this upcoming Magic UI software version. On the other hand, the company will include a new control center feature in place of old quick settings.
Other than these, the Honor chief put some light on the progress and what Honor is aiming at.
Zhao Ming emphasized that Honor adheres to the high-end strategy of building brand and quality when going to overseas markets. He believes that although the global general situation has encountered challenges and difficulties, and overseas inventory clearance at low prices is very common, Honor will adhere to its core business logic closed-loop and operate prudently.
“To enter the global market for Honor, our core logic and philosophy is not to rely on low prices. We must rely on quality and experience. We must have enough strategy and patience to build a global high-end brand.”
(source – SinaFinance)