Huawei EMUI 11 UX Design: AOD, Smart Multi-Window, and Easter Egg for Mate 40

Huawei EMUI 11 UX Design

On September 10, 2020, Huawei Developer Conference was held in Dongguan Songshan Lake. EMUI 11 UX media communication meeting held yesterday afternoon, Huawei Consumer BG Software Division vice president Mao Yumin introduced the new EMUI 11 UX design.

Huawei EMUI 11 UX Design

EMUI 11 brings a new AOD to the UX design, which allows users to combine their favorite AODs by deconstructing shapes and reshaping colors. EMUI 11 also supports transforming scenes related to life and mood, such as wearing outfits, accessories, and landscapes, into the colors of the AOD by taking pictures of them.

Huawei EMUI 11 supports high-definition art themes, bringing Bionic Art, Surrealist Bionic, and themes that pay homage to classic art. Besides, EMUI 11 applies the results of human factors research to nearly 100 user scenarios. This is due to a professional human factors research team’s desire to find the scientific laws behind the best experiences through experimental research methods, quantifying experiences with science, and providing comfortable visual and interactive experiences for users.

According to the report, EMUI 11 collects thousands of real user actions to more accurately identify the user’s intent to trigger global gestures. EMUI 11 also has made improvements in smart multi-windows, multitasking, quick replies, and hover balls.

At the same time, EMUI 11’s Huawei Share feature has also received an upgrade, with 25,000 pictures and videos transferring uninterrupted at once and 1.6GB HD movies transferring in just 10.24 seconds. In terms of the gallery, Huawei EMUI 11 allows you to change the location of the album as you wish, and you can also create and edit your videos.

Huawei released a large wave of new systems including HongMeng and EMUI 11, as for the Mate 40 series that we care about, although not mentioned, some details of the new machine has begun to emerge. According to the EMUI 11 promo image revealed by Weibo blogger Digital Chat Station, Huawei officially hinted that the Mate 40 series is expected to support up to 66W wired charging. As Huawei’s latest flagship model, the Mate 40’s faster-charging speed will also be inevitable.

It is said that EMUI 11 will further enhance the distribution capabilities, while improving and perfecting around GPU Turbo, one-handed mode, gesture control, file sharing, security, flight mode, etc., and introduce more cross-device, full-scene interaction experience innovations based on distributed technology.

What’s more, the Huawei Mate 40 series will be powered by the Kirin 9000 flagship processor, which could be an extinct version of Huawei’s high-end chip.

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