According to blogger Changan Digital Jun, Huawei is testing multi-screen collaboration capabilities in third-party brands like HP, Dell, Lenovo, and others.
The test recruitment information indicates that users with Dell, Lenovo, HP, and other brand computers can also participate in the test, but the first beta version does not support multi-screen collaboration, but its subsequent versions will support this feature.
The Multi-screen collaboration is a new feature of the EMUI 10. It is an upgraded version of Huawei Share. Multi-screen collaboration offers seamless collaboration between PCs and smartphones. Multi-screen Collaboration creates a mirror screen of your phone on your laptop. Once connected, you can control the apps on the phone via your MateBook laptop. You can even drag and drop files and texts from the mirrored screen directly to the notebook. The information transfer comes with end-to-end encryption, and only authenticated devices can connect to the laptop.
Huawei MateBook with a touch screen used a multi-screen collaboration, this is an example of the best user experience. If Huawei does adapt to laptops from other manufacturers, more smartphone users will be able to enjoy this feature.
Also Check: EMUI 10 Multi-screen Collaboration Tutorial