Huawei has its Developer Conference scheduled for August 9 at Dongguan, China, wherein the Chinese electronic equipment maker is set to unveil its MIUI 10.0 operating system for its smartphones. The company had put up the details of the keynote scheduled for the opening day of Huawei Developer Conference, which is set from August 9-11th. Also, Huawei Consumer Business Software President — Wang Chenglu is said to deliver the new EMUI 10.0 at the keynote.
However, there’s no word about the Chinese tech giant’s own HongMeng OS at its Developers conference, as of now. The company had started developing this new operating system amidst the US-Huawei ban, after which Google had cut ties with the company, which further resulted in revoking Android license as well. While there were multiple reports regarding the ongoing development of the HongMeng OS, which is said to be faster than Android and macOS, Huawei is now all set to bring EMUI 10.0, which is believed to be based on Google’s latest Android Q. While Google had introduced its Android Q early this year through developer betas, full release will not be until its new flagships pixel 4 devices’ launch.
This makes Huawei introduce Android Q (with EMUI 10.0 running on top of it) a couple of months earlier than Google, which is unusual. Moreover, we can expect several Android Q features with EMUI 10.0 that includes — much anticipated system-wide dark more, better privacy controls, new navigation gestures, smart replies, and more. And, also we can expect an overall design overhaul with the EMUI 10.0 including redesigned app icons, new Digital WellBeing and GPU Turbo 4.0 for more enhanced gaming as well.
Besides the Chinese tech giant had already confirmed on which devices does the Google’s latest Android Q arrive in that includes a total of 17 Huawei phones, which include — Huawei P30, P30 Pro, Mate 20 and 30 Pro, Mate 20 X and Mate 20 X 5G variant and last year released P20, P20 Pro and more would also receive Google’s latest Android Q based EMUI 10.0. Since the company had confirmed its EMUI 10.0 OS, we can expect its own HongMeng OS announcement by the end of this calendar year. The company has recently started inviting developers to test the HongMengOS. Huawei had earlier confirmed that it would develop its HongMeng OS regardless of the ban imposed or lessened. Stay connected to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.