Browse Latest Android News Regarding Huawei starts pushing EMUI 11 Stable build to the P40, P40 Pro, and Mate 30 Pro
Chinese tech powerhouse Huawei has just commenced the rollout of its EMUI 11 stable for the Huawei P40, P40 Pro, and the Mate 30 Pro, respectively. A screenshot of the update was posted by the Turkish blog Huawei Ailesi. Though the changelog is in Turkish, we can see some of the notable updates, which are not too different from what has been available on the Beta version.
The most notable changes are certainly the subtle ones that further signify Huawei’s reliance on Android is a switch to Huawei’s Harmony OS. For example, in the boot-up screen, the EMUI splash display still comes up with the statement “Powered by Android” but has now jettisoned the green Android logo previously seen on start up.
The other important change is in the wording of the security patch level, which now gives the statement “Security patch level” thereby leaving out the word ‘Android’, as was the case previously.
Some new air gestures that were introduced on the Huawei Mate 40 series have now been extended to the P30 with the present update. Also, there is now a new EMUI theme called ‘Starry Night’ that is now available in all the stated models.
The update has version number 188.8.131.52 and will take up around 1.1 GB of memory space. With the subsisting US embargo on Huawei and its subsequent inability to secure a Google Services license, EMUI 11 is expected to be the last version of “Android” for this set of Huawei smartphones, and the first release of Harmony OS is set to be its successor. EMUI 11 lays the groundwork for some of the Huawei brand’s most popular smartphones to be updated to Huawei’s new Google-free OS.
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