Huawei unveils the EMUI 10.1 interface, and confirms the first phones you’ll get


It’s no secret that Huawei’s software division has been doubling, since the US government banned it from doing business with American companies, including Google itself. This has made her lose the ability to use the Google Mobile Services package in her smartphones, and this is what prompted Huawei to eventually develop its Huawei Mobile Servies package to fix the situation.

Having said that, Huawei recently unveiled a new version of its EMIU interface with the EMUI 10.1 release. As its name suggests, this new interface does not come with very big changes, it brings with it some improvements for some of the current features, as well as some new features.

In the new EMUI 10.1 interface, Huawei has improved performance and speed, enhanced stability, as well as improved features such as Multi-Windows, Multi-Device Control Panel, and Multi-Screen Collaboration. Moreover, in the new version of EMUI 10.1, Huawei also included a new app called Huawei MeeTime, the app designed for video conferencing to compete with the likes of FaceTime and Google Duo.

The new EMUI 10.1 interface also comes with the new Celia digital assistant, which can be called via the “Hey Celia” voice command. Celia is expected to launch in some western markets first, and this includes the United Kingdom, France, Spain, Mexico, Chile and Colombia. Other countries should follow in the future.

In terms of availability, Huawei confirmed that it will bring the new EMUI 10.1 interface to more than 30 smartphones. The first phones on the list are Huawei Mate 30 Series and Huawei P30 Series in addition to Huawei Mate X.


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