EMUI 9 is the latest version of the personalization layer of Huawei, which comes from the factory both on the phones of the own Huawei as in the Honor. This version brings major changes and just a few hours ago it has also been announced that the beta of this version is already available for the other terminals of both brands. Let’s remember that this version of EMUI is absada in Android 9 Foot, so that it is as if we were installing Android 9 under the layer of Huawei.
These phones are specifically nine models, some very important and still recent in the market. If you want to know which models are and which new features are going to receive continue reading with us to find out about everything.
The Huawei P10 and the Mate 10 among the elect
In particular, this list of devices that already have a beta version of EMUI 9 is copuesta for nine models, including the Huawei P10 and the Mate 10. But to have all the models , we leave you with a small list:
- Huawei Mate 9
- Huawei Mate 9 Porsche Edition
- Huawei Mate 9 Pro
- Huawei P10
- Huawei Q10 Plus
- Honor V9
- Honor 9
- Huawei Nova 2S
- Honor Note 10
According to Huawei, once you’ve installed the beta, it is possible that some third-party applications may not work correctly, so you’ll have to rely on what the brand offers series. All of this will be resolved when the stable version is released and there are things that sometimes happen. Another important fact is that the terminal can not be rooted and you must have a free space of at least 6GB of internal memory.
Some new features that will have all of these phones are the GPU Turbo 2.0 to improve the performance of the chart module while you play, new features based on the iintelligence artificial and support for screens infinite and a password manager renewed.
Huawei is betting very strong for their software, not only with EMUI, also with their own applications and software solutions for their cameras. Its layer of customization at the beginning is not liked to a lot of people, but little by little they are adding many things and is becoming a very interesting option.
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