If you have been following the news, US is not backing out on their restriction on “certain companies” to use US technology. Of course, most people will know that one of them is Huawei.
Huawei may seem to be the biggest loser in this China-US trade war. However, I believe if the products are good, people will still support. You have heard it from the users. Now, their partners are rallying behind Huawei too.
Assurance Warranty for Huawei Devices
Check out Challenger’s latest promotion. If you buy Huawei’s devices from now till 31st August 2019, Challenger will provide a warranty on these devices.
- Purchase any Huawei handsets/tablets, risk-free
- 2-Year Protection on Google Apps
- Huawei HiCare 2-Year warranty for Huawei handsets
Of course, there are terms and conditions. I have checked with Huawei. This is NOT from Huawei. It is from their partner, Challenger. This goes to show how the partners are supporting Huawei from another angle.
On another news, this time from Huawei, Huawei is upgrading the OS to EMUI 9.1 for some devices by the end of June.
Here is the news.
EMUI 9.1 updates will be available for Huawei smartphones in Singapore at the end of June
SINGAPORE, June 21, 2019 – Huawei Consumer Business Group will be rolling out its latest EMUI 9.1 software update from June 27 in Singapore. The EMUI 9.1 is Huawei’s customised user interface based on Android 9.0 Pie.
The update will be launched in different phases starting with the Mate 20 Series from June 27, followed by P20 Series and Nova 3 Series in July and subsequent models including Mate RS, P10 and P10 Plus in August.
Users can update their device on the HiCare app in their Huawei handsets under ‘Services’ and ‘Update’. With the new updates, users will be able to enjoy new and enhanced features depending on their phone models listed below:
- Incoming caller video and GPU Turbo 3.0: for all updated handsets
- Huawei Share OneHop: Mate and P series
- Moon Mode: Mate 20 Pro and Mate 20X
- Huawei Vlog: Mate series, P series, Nova 4 and Nova 3
- EROFS: All series except Y9 2018 and Nova 3e
- Incoming caller video allows users to customise a personal video as a caller ringtone. Video sample here.
- GPU Turbo 3.0 supports more games for an improved gaming experience. It has added 19 new international games to the existing 6 supported games. Now, the feature will offer a total of 25 game a better experience with higher frame rate and lower power consumption.
- Improved data transfer speed and integrity of Phone Clone.
- Huawei Vlog offers new features and effects for you to edit the video with one simple click. The Highlight videos are automatically edited with dramatic filters with the option to apply special speed effects and background music. You can share your personal cinematic masterpiece easily with the enhanced video editing features.
- Huawei Share OneHop allows for file transfer between Huawei MateBook and Huawei flagship phones on a single tap. Available to flagship series including the Mate 20, P20, Mate 10, P10 and P9 series.
- Faster launch time with improved launch speeds for the most popular apps on the market. It includes improved features in WeChat for QR code scanning, large picture loading, shooting and sharing pictures.
- New EROFS (Extendable Read-Only file system) provides an increase of 20% read speed than the EXT4 file system. It ensures that the system has a better performance. The read-only memory design also isolates outside interference for added security in your system files.
- Intuitive design of theSimplified UI in EMUI 9.1, making it easier and more intuitive.
- Illustrated functionality that provides instructions and description in an engaging way.
Launched on 30 December 2012, the first edition of EMUI was known as Emotion UI 1.0 and built on Android 4.0. Through the annual upgrades, the operating system has evolved into a matured and intelligent software environment with more user-friendly features added in to complement the hardware upgrade. The user interface received its current name “EMUI” with the introduction of EMUI 3.0 in 2014 and a new app store for the China market. In 2017, EMUI 8.0 was launched alongside the release of Huawei Mate 10, with a renewed focus on its AI capabilities. The EMUI 9.0, based on Android 9 Pie, was released alongside the Huawei Mate 20 series. The Huawei P30 series was launched along with the latest EMUI9.1 system with improved features.
In April 2019, Wang Chenglu, president of the software department at the Huawei Consumer Business Group said that Huawei’s EMUI skin had reached over 480 million daily active users. The growth of Huawei’s EMUI users is an indication of Huawei’s impressive number in smartphone sales for the past few years. EMUI is now available in 77 languages across 216 regions in the world.
As of June 3, 2019, the number of users that have upgraded from EMUI 8 to EMUI 9 has exceeded 80 million globally and continues to grow. It is estimated that this figure will reach 100 million by the end of June.
For more information: https://consumer.huawei.com/en/emui/.
About Huawei Consumer BG
Huawei’s products and services are available in more than 170 countries, and are used by a third of the world’s population. Sixteen R&D centers have been set up in the United States, Germany, Sweden, Russia, India and China. Huawei Consumer BG is one of Huawei’s three business units and covers smartphones, PC and tablets, wearables and cloud services, etc. Huawei’s global network is built on almost 30 years of expertise in the telecom industry and is dedicated to delivering the latest technological advances to consumers around the world.
For more information please visit: https://consumer.huawei.com/sg/ or find us @huaweimobilesg on social media.
Huawei Devices with Android Q
Huawei UK has tweeted that the latest models of Huawei devices will get the Android Q update. Here is the tweet.
And here is the image on the tweet if you cannot see the above.
Still need more answers? Huawei UK has set up a page just for that.
Hopefully, happy ending for Huawei and Huawei users.