EMUI 10.1 receives a security certification that ensures more protection for users. Here's what's new about Huawei's new user interface
The launch of the first major update to EMUI 10, Huawei's user interface developed based on Android 10, is getting closer and closer. Especially after the new software received an important certification related to cybersecurity in China. EMUI 10 brought a number of new features to Huawei smartphones that allowed the Chinese giant's devices to take a real leap forward in terms of both stability and daily usability.
The China Cybersecurity Review Technology and Certification Center has just issued an EAL4+ certificate to the Chinese company that is a crucial standard for cybersecurity of software used on smartphones and related precisely to the new EMUI 10.1 interface update. This means that the software meets the standards required by international security measures and can become operational on the devices produced by the eastern giant.
The novelties of the EMUI 10.1 update
Still have not been officially announced the novelties that will characterize the EMUI 10.1. Rumors and rumors speak in particular of two main innovations: the first should affect the GPU Turbo system and could concern the possibility of having a "boost" of power on the device, the second would concern the implementation of Huawei Mobile Services or HMS, ie mobile services that Huawei is developing to replace those of Google. Huawei has bet a lot on HMS, its aim is to optimize them as much as possible to make its smartphones fully autonomous and fully functional.
Huawei P40 Pro and P40 PE and EMUI 10.1
In the meantime, the Chinese giant is getting ready to launch its top-of-the-line phones Huawei P40, Huawei P40 Pro and P40 PE and, apparently, the new EMUI 10.1 interface update. There is talk of an "all-screen" smartphone thanks to the almost total absence of bezels.
On board will be the Kirin 990 with support for 5G network, 8 GB of RAM and at least 128 GB of internal storage. Great attention should be paid to the rear camera compartment which should sport as many as four cameras, one of which would house the 52-megapixel Sony IMX700 sensor.
When EMUI 10.1 arrives
The update is expected to make its debut alongside the Huawei P40. The new range of smartphones will be unveiled on March 26 with a streaming presentation, while the market launch is expected in April. As for other Huawei devices, EMUI 10.1 is expected to arrive in the coming months and follow the same path as the "previous" version: first the newest smartphones and then the slightly older ones.