Huawei Unviled EMUI10 Operating System Based on Android System
Today, at the 2019 Huawei Developer Conference, Wang Chengdu, President of Huawei Consumer Business Software, released the EMUI10 operating system.
According to the reports, EMUI has been developed to serve 500 million daily active users in 216 countries and regions. It includes many useful technologies, such as GPU Turbo, Link Turbo, Super File System (EROFS), and Ark Compiler.
EMUI10 is based on the development of the Android system, added the Diablo mode, and brought a colorful AOD screen display and upgraded magazine lock screen. There are also 6 colors of Morandi style.
EMUI10 brings a seamless experience of the entire scene through hardware capabilities, mutual assistance and sharing, one-time development of multi-end deployment, and distributed security.
The EMUI10 virtualizes the hardware capabilities (display, camera, microphone, and speaker) of different terminals, and puts them into the hardware capability resource pool to supply calls. The capabilities of each terminal are mutually shared and shared with each other. For the application, it is like running on the same terminal. For the user, it is like using the same terminal.
EMUI10 adopts a distributed UI programming framework, and the business logic meta-capabilities enable a multi-end deployment.
Huawei said that EMUI10 has opened the barriers of Windows and Android from the bottom of the system, enabling seamless cooperation between PC and smartphone. The keyboard and mouse of PC become peripherals of smartphones.
It is reported that EMUI 10 will be launched in the next generation Mate series. The Huawei P30 will be the first to launch the EMUI10 beta upgrade.