Huawei mobiles are receiving all the improvements of EMUI 10, either in its first version or in EMUI 10.1. This allows enable new functions or improve some that were already present. We have seen on many occasions how mobile phones have a considerable margin for improvement, which will be more or less appreciated depending on the resources that each manufacturer allocates for software engineers to work continuously to implement them. Now it is the Huawei P40 series that improves considerably in the photographic section.
A series like the Huawei P40, and as has happened with previous generations, improve as the months go by, thanks to the continuous updates they receive. It was last month when Huawei launched a major update for P40 cameras, although now it is beginning to reach Europe in stages. Once again, the phones receive interesting adjustments to improve the quality of the photos, especially in adverse light conditions.
Higher quality photos and selfies
One of the main novelties is in the front camera, since the function is added Smart Eye Tracking. In this way, the camera can quickly track human eyes, whether to take a selfie or a video-selfie at close range or from a wider distance. The 3.0 super night portrait mode. That achieves better details and more natural skin tones. In addition, the ring light compensation function is added to the video recording mode for improved lighting when record video selfies at night.
System security and performance
Another important improvement is that the system now optimizes power consumption in certain scenarios for long-term use, also improving the overall stability of the system. The update takes advantage to integrate the latest Android security patches. Keep in mind that these improvements are reaching the Huawei P40, P40 Pro and P40 Premium Edition, since it does not include the cheapest models such as the P40 Lite or the P40 E. It should be noted that these updates are released progressively. We have evidence that it is coming to Europe, so it should jump soon in the Spanish P40. If not, all that remains is to wait or try to force the update through HiCare, a method that usually works well.