Android 13 is currently in work and Google is rapidly proceeding toward this year’s I/O event to announce it officially. On the other hand, Huawei’s former subsidiary – Honor is also working on the Android 13 based Magic UI 7.0, which has recently surfaced online along with the changes and design mechanism that reflects to be derived from HarmonyOS.
According to the information coming from well know Huawei tipster, Honor has recently updated its push services mobile app updated for Honor devices from version 126.96.36.1990 to 188.8.131.52, which clearly mentions Magi UI 7.0 and shows that the company is upgrading these services for the upcoming Magic UI version.
The adaption clearly reveals the process and preparation for Magic UI 7.0 launch, which could potentially be based on the Android 13 operating system. Looking at the past version – the Magic UI 6.0 was based on Android 12 software.
Currently, Honor has not revealed the launch date of Magic UI 7.0 but we could expect the launch with the next major flaghip.
Talking more on this matter, Honor has released the Magic UI 6.1 version with new photography features that includes AI and smart features. With the recent Magic UI software, Honor has improved the camera features.
According to the previous leak, Honor Magic UI 6.0 and 6.1 has not been much different from EMUI 12 or HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system but it is revealed the upcoming Magic UI 7.0 could utilize the power of Android 13 and is likely to bring a set of new capabilities. Some of these technologies will be equipped within the software.
The tipster also shared a sketch of an essential feature that looks exactly the same as Huawei HarmonyOS and is called the Control center. A possible copy of HarmonyOS Control Panel. that’s not it, the feature sketch also reveals some information regarding the part of the Control Center.
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- Music Control section
- Network and Data connection manager
- Wireless Projection
- Quick access switches
- A thicker brightness controller
- Smart Device manager
Adding to this, there are also some smart AI-powered device connections that could also be managed via the bottom of the Control center.
The feature also supports the expansion and collapse of the quick settings as well as other options to manage additional widgets. Below you can check the HarmonyOS version of the Control Panel.