The Huawei Themes app has numerous themes to fit your expectation and also has some customizable options to make it personalized as per your preference. While it may become confusing sometimes to choose from these number of themes and this is why we have picked the best one for you.
Nowadays, everyone is dependent on their phone like never before. Not just from the outside, we all want our smartphones to look beautiful from the inside as well, hereby, I want to point out your attention to the UI. For this, there are a number of themes available online that you can try on your device to make it look good.
A theme helps you to change the style of your operating systems such as lock screen, home screen, keyboard, icons, fonts, menu, and other parts of UI/UX. In this regard, The ‘Stars Secret EN’ theme is a perfect example.
This theme will make changes to all these parts of your phone’s user interface. The Stars Secret EN is a paid theme and can be downloaded from the Huawei Themes (Download Link or Scan the bar code below). However, you will have the time to try this theme before making the purchase and decide whether to purchase it or not.
About the theme: Stars Secret EN
If you like cartoons and the imaginary world of art then surely you are going to like this one, the theme has a purple background with a cartoonish guy standing in the middle of stars and a planet, probably Saturn. The wallpaper is inspired by the story, ‘The Little Prince’.
App icons are also completely different and show another piece of artwork. They suggest if they are being made from the bare hands and truly elaborate the app. Moving on, the lock screen and the home screen has the same wallpaper but it’s a bit blurred on the home screen.
The basic preinstalled apps such as the Phone app and the Contacts app adapt the same wallpaper in the blurred state. Further, its quick settings have a purple background with highlighted toggles. These toggles turn sky blue when turned on.
This was a short description of the theme in order to understand its basic and you’ll discover more once you install this theme from the Themes app. After making a purchase it will just cost around 25.81MB of data.
Download and install Huawei Mate 40 series themes on your phone
Huawei Mate 40 series will launch on October 22 and it’ll be bringing some new features powered by the new 5nm Kirin 9000 processor as well as new camera technology.
Although we’re just a few days away from the launch but now we’ve got our hands on the Huawei Mate 40 series themes that you can install on your own Huawei smartphone and feel make it a Huawei Mate 40 variant (via HuaweiAilesi).
Installing the Huawei Mate 40 series theme is very simple, just follow the instructions below and it’s done!
First: Download the required theme files from here.
- Extract the downloaded file and copy the .hwt extension files from “Themes” folder
- Paste .hwt files inside the Files Manager > Internal Storage > Huawei> Themes
- Now open Themes app and check if the theme is installed
- It’s recommended that you restart for better usability
- That’s it.
Huawei brings 6 new Themes based on Salvador Dalí’s sculptures
Huawei has brought some new exclusive themes based on Salvador Dali artwork that is now available to download. These themes created with the cooperating between Huawei and Dali universe.
Dalí is one of the most famous artists of the 20th century and his surreal art still inspires people around the globe today. In his works, he tried to convey his feelings and dreams and create a new reality.
This collab has resulted in 6 new themes that are based on some of the most famous Dali sculptures including the followings:
- Nobility of time
- Alice in Wonderland
- Triumphant Angel
- Profil of time
- Lady Godiva with butterflies
- Dance of Time II
Also, these themes are not free but you can try them out before the purchase.
To find these themes: Open Theme > search “Dali Universe”
Note: Availability may vary depending on the Region/Country.
Huawei and Dali Universe announced their partnership at Huawei eco-Connect 2019 in Paris, allowing users to customize their smartphones.
The artworks mentioned above are housed in Dalí Paris, a permanent exhibition space in the heart of Montmartre, Paris, particularly dedicated to the artist’s three-dimensional work, many inspired by his paintings. This is the flagship museum of Dalí Universe, which owns the largest private collection of Dali artworks and bronze sculptures.