More than being aesthetically pleasing, Huawei’s EMUI10 boasts new features which highlight the company’s focus to developing the software to match its other capabilities.

Huawei’s EMUI also incorporates next-level technologies, such as GPU Turbo, from the bottom layer, revolutionizing the entire conception of a mobile operating system.

In EMUI10, released earlier this year, Huawei may have crafted its magnum opus: a lush, seamless interface that is responsive to the user’s every whim, with lifelike motion, and icons. Both EMUI 10 and the distinctive Huawei mobile phone designs have been lauded for their highly-realistic but aspirational futurism.

The operating system has always been at the core of smartphone innovation, as it serves as the medium through which the user will interact with new technologies. In 2019, EMUI implemented its own Dark modes, to address vision strain that is associated with extended daily use.

In 2018, Huawei established the Human Factors Research Laboratory, with the goal of enhancing interface design and the user experience, by applying principles from psychology, physiology, ergonomics, and related fields. The lab conducted a rigorous battery of tests for reading efficiency, and the subjective reading experience, in four common daily lighting environments to find the ideal colour contrast range for text and icons. These insights were then applied to furnish both Huawei-developed and third-party apps with optimal visual effects, through an advanced colour algorithm, intelligent GUI element identification, and meticulous colour calibration technology.

Huawei EMUI10 represents an enormous upgrade over its predecessor EMUI 9.1 which includes instantly responsive touch operations and precisely-controlled page transitions. EMUI 10 simulates the effects of gravity in the real world, by providing return operations precisely match the direction, speed, and release of the user’s motion.

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