Today, Huawei announced EMUI 11, its next major update for its smartphones and tablets. It includes lot of improvements for always-on displays, such as custom pictures, and much more.
Huawei today announced which of its older devices are going to get the latest EMUI 10.1 update, and it also confirmed that those smartphones and tablets will get the update later this month.
Today, Huawei announced availability of its flagship P40 Pro+. The handset offers a camera, with a main sensor, an ultra-wide sensor, two telephoto lenses for up to 100x zoom, and two selfie cameras.
Today Honor announced its plans to roll out its Android 10-based updates to some of its phones. The Honor 20, Honor 20 Pro, Honor View 20, and Honor 9X will all get it starting on March 15.
Last week at its developer conference in China, Huawei announced EMUI 10, the next version of its Android skin that will ship on its next-generation devices alongside of Android Q.
Huawei has seemingly started pushing lock screen ads on its smartphones, as some Redditors recently discovered. The ads can be circumvented by turning off the Magazine mode for lock screen wallpapers.
Huawei's Honor 7X is quite a fashionable device with an aluminum body and a vivid 1080p display, but it only costs $199 for an unlocked unit. Here's our review of the new budget device.
Huawei announced today that its Honor 8 handset is going to receive Android Nougat in February, which will come bundled with the latest version of its Android skin, EMUI 5.0.
If you have an Honor 8 flagship phone, you can try out the latest version of EMUI 5.0, which is built on top of Android 7.0 Nougat. Only a few beta testing spots are available so you should hurry.
Buyers of Honor devices will get new features at least once every three months for the first year after launch, further updates for a year after that, and security patches beyond two years.
The Honor 5X is finally receiving an update to Android Marshmallow, updating its EMUI to version 4.0. The update will arrive OTA or can be downloaded via the web and manually installed.
Huawei is reportedly creating its own mobile OS with a development team based in Scandinavia that includes former Nokia employees, in an effort to reduce its reliance on Android.