Huawei Watch Fit New getting 184.108.40.206 firmware update in China
Huawei Watch Fit New is the upgraded variant of the standard Watch Fit, which is now receiving a new firmware 220.127.116.11 update in China. This smartwatch offers NFC functionality, 97 sports modes, and much more convenient features.
The latest 18.104.22.168 update for Huawei Watch Fit New brings optimizations for the system stability in some scenarios. These changes will surely help the Watch Fit users in the workout session and improve the overall user experience.
A few days ago, Huawei Watch Fit has also received these same changes with version 22.214.171.124 on the ground buy it includes the skipping rope, which can monitor the number of skipping ropes, the number of jumps, heart rate, and calorie consumption, and other sports data.
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Huawei Watch Fit New:
Huawei Watch Fit adopts a 1.64-inch display with 2.5D domed glass but it offers two watchcase sizes with 130–210 mm and 110–190 mm circumference. It offers 97 workout modes, extensive battery life of 10 days, and health features such as heart rate measurement, SpO2 monitoring, etc.
The watch is compatible with the device on HarmonyOS 2, Android 6.0 and above; iOS 9.0 and above, has Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, 5ATM waterproof supports, GPS, and NFC support. Meanwhile, it packs a 180 mAh battery capacity with magnetic charging support. (Know more)
To update your Watch Fit New firmware, please head towards your phone with the Huawei Health app. Find your connected device inside the app, tap on the device, select your Watch name and proceed toward the update section. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Points to know:
- Do not disconnect the Bluetooth connection during the update.
- If the update fails, try again.
- It may take a while to update the wearable.
- Wait until the progress indicator on the device indicates the end of the process.
- If you have problems using the device, call the Huawei customer service line or visit a Huawei customer service center.
Huawei P50 Pro February 2023 update expanding, while EMUI 13 beta begins
Last month, Huawei began to rollout the February 2023 security update for the global version of Huawei P50 Pro and it is now expanding for some users in Europe.
As reported by Huaweiblog, Huawei is expanding February 2023 software update for the P50 Pro with EMUI 126.96.36.1992 build version. However, users will have to download a software package of around 300 megabytes in size.
For starters, Huawei releases these updates in batches, therefore, it took some time to reach some users around different regions.
In the meantime, we suggest users download the update as soon as it appears in the notifications panel. You can also check it manually via Settings. To do so, you need to navigate toward the software updates section and follow the on-screen instructions to get the new firmware.
Last week, Huawei announced EMUI 13 beta recruitment for the global users of Huawei P50 Pro along with other major smartphones. However, the program remains limited to the Asia pacific models.
Still, the activity is in the initial stage and may take some time open in other important markets such as Europe.
EMUI 13 is the newest addition to the EMUI universe and every Huawei smartphone owner is waiting to download this major upgrade. EMUI 13 brings various features such as the new smart folder, which allows you to manage the home screen apps.
Also, the latest swipe-up gestures help you to perform more with the slightest gestures over an app icon.
So, every Huawei P50 Pro user is excited about this upcoming upgrade. But then the time of the estimated arrival is yet to be decided by the company.
Meanwhile, Huawei is preparing to launch the Huawei P60 Series on March 23, and the Chinese tech maker will feed that with a lot of new technologies. These could make the phone a perfect successor to the Huawei P50 Pro, which is already a number one go-to companion for taking high-quality photographs for consumers.
A Chinese Huawei P30 Lite user received EMUI 12
A Huawei P30 lite Chinese smartphone owner received the latest EMUI 12 software update in China and the user posted it online, which is surprising to some users, while to us it’s completely normal.
Back in July, Huawei P30 Lite users in the global market received the major EMUI 12 software. The phone has long been running EMUI 10.0, and it’s a direct jump towards EMUI 12.
Throughout 2022, Huawei P30 Lite received this upgrade in many countries. However, the latest case is different.
Actually, the model shown in the screenshot is not Chinese and the Huawei P30 Lite device’s EMUI 12 build version is Asia pacific. Therefore, it has received a delayed OTA upgrade, if the user is operating the phone inside the country.
For your information, the Chinese users already have a P30 Lite dubbed version of Nova 4e, which was launched first in China. However, this phone later installed the HarmonyOS operating system, while the global version only runs EMUI.
So, it’s a big upgrade for the Huawei P30 lite and most of them already grabbed it firsthand. As for those looking for confirmation over EMUI 13, may need to wait for the time being, as a roadmap is yet to come.
If you want to upgrade your phone to the latest version, open the system settings, then tap on System & updates, and from here touch on the software updates. Afterward, follow the on-screen instructions to get the new firmware.
Don’t forget there are certain precautions that you need to follow to download this new software on your smartphone.
Huawei EMUI 12 comes with a brand new user interface for the P30 Lite owners. This includes a new control panel, better notifications, improved animations, and much more.
(via – ithome)
PC & Tablets
Huawei MatePad 11 global users gets HarmonyOS 3 update
Huawei MatePad 11 is one of the most powerful tablets and it is now receiving one of the most productive software upgrades that will take to the HarmonyOS 3 operating system.
Huawei has released a brand new software update for the global Huawei MatePad 11 users and it comes with HarmonyOS build version 188.8.131.52. The package is huge at 4.94Gb, reflecting the characteristics of this major software.
Before we jump into the details, you should know that Huawei MatePad 11 is one of the first tablets to run the HarmonyOS operating system for global consumers. Since then, Huawei established HarmonyOS as the sole software for global tablet devices.
It’s also the first tablet to come with a flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset. That has a pre-installed HarmonyOS 2 version, which will now upgrade the experience with HarmonyOS 3. This latest development comes after the device completed its successful testing and installation in China.
The changelog reveals HarmonyOS 3 new service widget management tool. This includes 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.
(via – Huaweiailesi)