EMUI 10, based on Android 10, was launched on 9 August 2019 at the Huawei Developer Conference 2019. The first beta version of EMUI 10 was released on 8 September 2019, first coming to Huawei’s P30 and P30 Pro flagship smartphones. Sign-ups for the EMUI 10 beta program for P30 and P30 Pro smartphones started on 10 September 2019. New features in the EMUI 10 brings lots of improvements to include a system-wide dark mode, redesigned camera app.
EMUI 10 brings the multi-screen collaboration function of EMUI 10 that breaks the barrier between Windows PC and Android mobile phones for the first time, and realizes seamless collaboration between PC and mobile phones. The PC’s keyboard and mouse become peripherals of mobile phones, bringing An unprecedented innovative office experience.
The new EMUI 10 brings lots of new features. There is a dark mode which should work best with OLED display equipped phones. Of course, while dark mode is a part of Android Q, Huawei claims that the new EMUI update will make any app dark even if has not been updated by the developer. While this does sound great, there will be certain apps that might not look good with the forced dark mode.
The Quick Settings panel has also been improved and should be easier to use with one hand. Then there are changes to the camera app now having a new design and the ability to swipe up on the home screen to get to the app drawer. Swiping up on an app will now take you to the home screen. EMUI 10 has also been optimized to work with Windows 10 as it will now enable users to cast their phone’s user interface right onto their PC. Other features include improved animations, Digital Wellbeing, and an updated gallery app.