At HDC 2020 Huawei officially released its latest Emotion UI – EMUI 11. The latest EMUI 11 comes with EOD (Eyes Of Display), Dynamic AOD and comes with more efficient multi-screen collaboration.
Regarding these new changes in EMUI 11, many netizens said that compared with the previous EMUI 10.1, the new system seems to have little improvement and weak perception. But this is not the case. On the one hand, EMUI 11 is in the transitional moment of the two systems of Android and Harmony.
In addition, Huawei also announced that Hongmeng OS will adopt a new design language, more innovative designs, and more full-scene experience. It will release a beta version of mobile phone developers on December 16.
At the launch of the EMUI 11 event the company has said that the Hongmeng OS will be made available in the next year. EMUI is the system UI design, while Android and Hongmeng are operating systems. This new Huawei OS will be different from ColorOS, MIUI and more.
In the future, Huawei will gradually replace the Android system with Hongmeng. Whether it can run Android apps is determined by the new system Hongmeng; and whether it looks good or not, it depends on the design of EMUI.
In the process of designing EMUI 11, Huawei proposed three concepts: consistent and integrated, lightweight and efficient, refined and individual. These propositions are integrated into all parts of the system, and finally drawn into an interactive system that users can see and touch. These concepts are not only applied to the EMUI 11 system, but also extended to the systems of other devices.
For now, there is no official date of the upcoming Hongmeng/HarmonyOS but according to the sources and news, it is expected to arrive in early 2021.