EMUI 9.0 Android 9.0

EMUI 9.0 Continues to Upgrade: Huawei Nova 3i & 3 Other Models Added

Recently, He Gang, president of Huawei’s smartphone product line, said that EMUI 9.0 based on Android 9.0 deep customization has been continuously upgraded. In 2018, EMUI 9.0 has been upgraded to 23 models, and the number of upgraded users has exceeded 6 million. The 2019 upgrade will continue and will benefit a total of 150 million users.

A few days ago, the latest three models receive the EMUI 9.0 public beta version:

  • Huawei nova 3i
  • Honor 8X
  • Maimang 7

If you want to test it, you can apply for an upgrade here.

Huawei EMUI 9.0 Android 8.0 Update Huawei Nova 3i Honor 8X Miamang 7

EMUI 9.0 Public Beta Version Overview

Huawei officially reminds that because some third-party applications are not compatible with Android 9.0. There may be cases where third-party applications cannot be used normally after the upgrade (such as flashback, freezing, power consumption, etc.). It is recommended:

  • Try to update the application to the latest version in the Huawei application market
  • Ensure that the phone has no ROOT
  • Reserve more than 6GB of internal storage

According to the official introduction, EMUI 9.0 has greatly improved its operating efficiency. Thanks to the underlying compiler optimization and AI precision prediction technology. The system response speed has increased by 25.8%. The application startup time was shortened by 102ms. Moreover, the operation fluency was increased by 12.9%.

EMUI 9.0 Android 9.0

At the same time, the GPU Turbo 2.0 technology is deeply integrated, which is specially matched to optimize the globally popular mobile phone games. It adopts AI game scene load prediction and AI touch intelligent scheduling to effectively improve game fluency, and has an intelligent temperature control system to effectively reduce the body temperature.

Since 2018, EMUI 9.0 has supported functions such as face unlocking, handheld super night scene, GPU Turbo, Master AI, WeChat fingerprint payment, full-screen gesture, and SOS emergency call. The list continues to grow with more upcoming updates.

Source (in Chinese)