These two new additions aren’t mentioned in the changelog. However, you will get them once the software is installed.
Since EMUI 13 has a large package size, it can contain a lot of features but there’s more that is not revealed on the surface. In that case, you need to explore it by yourself, which could be a lot more fun.
Once plugged in with a charging cable, Huawei smartphone users can enable this feature manually with tap and holding on the charging animations. Keep the tap until the phone pumps up Turbo Charge animations. This new capability helps the phone to embrace a new charging algorithm and provide a better charging experience.
This feature was first announced with Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 earbuds but didn’t roll out for all of the past generation of devices. However, EMUI 13 beta fills in the distance and allows you to access Spatial Audio settings for the FreeBuds Pro 2.
Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 is equipped with a six-axis gyro sensor and supports dynamic tracking of head movements, reshapes the position of the sound field in real-time, and creates a 360-degree high-definition spatial audio surround listening experience.
More of the upcoming earbuds also has this feature and it’s good to add Spatial Audio for the Huawei smartphones.
The Turbo charging and Spatial Audio are currently available for EMUI 13 beta testers but the company will soon seed them for a wide range of users with the stable release.
Additionally, an EMUI 13 beta tester also gave us his review of the entire software. He said the animations on the software feel fluid and the new features are really good. After running all around the EMUI 13 beta, the user not found any issues in the system.
So, it’s surely an exciting upgrade and we’ll keep you posted with the rollout dates.