The main changes of Huawei in the EMUI 10 interface
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The Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro device series runs Android as the operating system. The system is camouflaged under the EMUI 10 user interface, which is based on Android 10. However, as already mentioned, they will not have the standard Google applications and services.
With the latest version of EMUI, the company seeks to address many of the complaints related to its UI by introducing settings and features.
Visual improvements and news in EMUI 10
Flat and simple design approach
Huawei is applying a more modern turn to its general design language. Most of the interactive elements have been moved to the bottom of the screen for easy access. For example, the Contacts application now has an image of the Contact that occupies the upper half of the screen, with all the information and clickable options arranged at the bottom.
This same design language It has been applied to almost all sections of EMUI 10. This is a really good move for Huawei. It makes your system easier for people in terms of visual appeal and simplicity of use.
Fluid and gile animations
Another cosmetic change in EMUI 10 is the introduction of more "natural" animations. Huawei says it has remade many animations throughout the system and modeled them based on real-world physics. For example, pressing a button or object presses it down on the screen before jumping. Larger objects seem to sprout more strongly.
Huawei also has improved animation transitions between applications. The frame rate of these transitions has increased, softening their appearance and reducing any trace of delay. There is also a great “Projectile movement” animation when you exit an application, where you can move the window across the screen and watch it fly to the application icon on the home screen.
An updated camera application
The new one EMUI 10 camera application mainly has visual changes. The biggest difference is in the font and cone changes that move away from the Leica style that we have seen in recent generations.
The new interface is designed to adapt to the new modern and clean aesthetic used by the operating system. The physics of scrolling between different camera modes seems more fluid, as does the slightly redesigned zoom level switch on the right side.
The old “vivid”, “soft” and “standard” color options in previous Huawei camera applications have been replaced with a large number of filter options. There is also a new intensity slider that allows you to control the strength of the filter.
Enhanced Dark Mode
Huawei has tried improve default dark mode. It has surveyed users about the range of colors, cones and styles that they found most comfortable to read in low light.
The result is that the dark mode of Huawei provides a slightly modified color palette instead of simply inverting blacks and whites. In theory, this makes the text is easier to read when in Dark Mode. Also adjust other cones colors So they don't tire our eyes.
Huawei dark mode applies not only to the user interface, but also to preinstalled applications. This includes email, contacts, clock, photos, notes, etc.. Huawei is also working with external developers to allow them to use its enhanced dark mode. Apps available in AppGalley that are compatible with dark mode they will work with Huawei's enhanced color palette without additional development effort.
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