The latest iteration of custom UI from Huawei, the EMUI 10.1 based on Android 10 is now live for Huawei Enjoy 20 Pro users. The update brings in some cool new features along with May 2020 security patch.
It is currently available for the Huawei Enjoy 20 Pro users in China and arrives with version number EMUI 10.1.1.122.
Talking about the features of this update, it brings multi-window, knuckle gesture to perform different actions by double-tap, slide, or drawing a shape on the display, and long-press camera shutter button feature.
Here is what the complete changelog reads (translated from Chinese):
Dear users, this update adds finger joint gesture operation, smart split screen and camera continuous shooting function, recommended update .
– Added finger joint gesture operation, use single finger joint to quickly take screenshots
– use double finger joint to start screen recording
[Smart Split Screen]
– Swipe inward from both sides of the screen and pause to call the side application bar
– Long press and drag the application to instantly open the split screen
– click the application to open the floating window
– When watching videos and playing games, you can reply to instant messages through the floating window, the experience is uninterrupted, and the operation is more efficient.
– New camera continuous shooting function is added.
– Long press the shutter to take photos continuously to get the most exciting photo
– optimize the camera to take photos Effect
– improve imaging quality
– Incorporate Android May 2020 security patch to enhance the security of mobile phone systems.
The update is pushed via OTA in batches meaning that it will take some time in hitting all the Huawei Enjoy 20 Pro units. If you have not yet received the notification of this update, you can head over to Settings>>System>>Software Update and check for the update manually.
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