P20 Pro is one of the most expensive smartphones from the stables of Huawei, whereas Nova 3 smartphone is comparatively more on the affordable side
Huawei Consumer Business Group India has announced that the company is rolling out the latest custom OS – EMUI 9.0 on Huawei P20 Pro and Nova 3 smartphones. The updates will include introducing all the new Android 9 Pie features like full-screen gestures and a new UI (user interface). The company will bring the update to Huawei P20 Pro and Huawei Nova 3 as a Huawei over the air (OTA) firmware update.
An official press statement released by the China-based brand read, “The Huawei India R&D team has worked on customizing the latest operating system for Indian consumers; supporting up to 22 Indian languages, customized Indian calendar, deep integration of apps like Paytm to provide greater convenience to the consumer while making payments. The EMUI 9.0 update also brings features like GPU Turbo 2.0, HiVision visual search, Password Vault, Digital Balance dashboard, navigation gestures, multiple backup options, one-handed controls, and improved Huawei Share features.”
EMUI 9.0 faster than its predecessor
The brand claims that Huawei EMUI 9.0 is 12.9 percent faster than its predecessor. It has the ability to launch apps at a quicker rate. Huawei said that EMUI 9.0 delivers unparalleled capabilities such as consolidated menus, unified design language, New gesture-based navigation, GPU Turbo 2.0 and Powerful on device AI for an enriched user experience.
Company’s official statement read, “Huawei’s newest Android-based operating system, the EMUI 9.0, offers a natural user experience that is simple, enjoyable and consistent. Huawei has been continuously improving user experience with EMUI over the years, and EMUI 9.0 is its best UI yet. EMUI gradually improved, feature by feature, and today it’s one of the most feature-rich custom Android OS on the market.”
Huawei has already started rolling out these updates to Huawei Nova3 and Huawei P20 Pro devices, and users will start getting this update from next week onward.