Huawei India on Friday has announced its EMUI 5.0 based on Android 7.0 Nougat. The Chinese multi-national smartphone manufacturing company has today announced that Honor 8, Honor 6X, Honor 5C and Huawei P9 will receive the update in May 2017. The EMUI 5.0 is the latest version of its custom Android ROM that comes with improved user experience including one-button navigation, intuitive interactions, machine learning, and improved security compared to its predecessor.
The EMUI 5 was first introduced back in November 2016 with Huawei Mate 9 by the company. Now the previously released Honor 8 Lite is the first device to come with EMUI 5.0 out-of-the-box in India. The latest EMUI is more light on the memory and allocates resources optimally ensuring a smooth experience all throughout. Huawei claims the EMUI basically learns the user’s device usage habits and transforms the resources in order to provide optimum RAM management, thus the OS can make the smartphone run faster and smoother. Thus the Huawei claims you don’t require any background cleaning of apps to optimize the background RAM usage for faster loading.
This new update also brings new safety featured called, ‘Privacy Space’ that switches access using a revamped fingerprint technology. As it combines cloud-based dynamic and static antivirus with a local antivirus and scans hyperlinks in SMS on a real-time basis for effective security. The latest EMUI will also improve overall gaming experience, by taking the advantage of technologies that enhance the graphics and display properties to enable instant picture display that has no black or white squares even while scrolling through the Gallery.
Huawei’s EMUI 5.0 continues to support 14 Indian languages including Tamil, Telugu,Punjabi,Kannada,Gujarati, Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Assamese, Nepali, Malayalam, Oriya, Urdu, and Maithili.
Huawei’s research and development team’s spokesperson commented at the announcement,
“The user can now reach 90 percent of the core functions in just two to three clicks. Additionally, users can jump between their professional and personal lives effortlessly with profiles now being able to run in parallel – no switching of phones necessary.”