could arrive with EMUI 10 instead of EMUI 11


There is a lot of expectation in the launch of the next Huawei Mate 40. Not only are we before the presentation of two new devices, but their arrival represents the most immediate future of Huawei and the company’s plans to fight against the veto of the United States. However, for the first time in the company’s history, the Mate 40 could be treated differently than its Pro variant, since both would not arrive with the same version of EMUI.

Huawei will offer its traditional developer conference in September, where EMUI 11, HarmonyOS 2.0 and HMS Core 5.0 will gain great importance, being the pillars on which the future of Huawei’s mobile division will be based in the short and long term. The Chinese company no longer expects a resolution of its conflict with the United States and a handshake with Google, since they have made the decision to go their own way.

Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro: two different EMUI versions

Meanwhile, the first beta of EMUI 11 should be ready by the end of September, however, for unknown reasons, the standard Huawei Mate 40 could be launched with EMUI 10.1 instead of EMUI 11, while the Pro variant would count. with this latest version. If so, we would be facing the first time the Mate series launches with different versions of EMUI, but even “leakers” like Evan Blass have taken this circumstance for granted. In addition, unlike the Mate 30, this year Huawei is expected to launch a Mate 40 Lite, which could also initially hit the market with EMUI 10.1.

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Once again no trace of Google

What is certain is that Mate 40 will arrive again with HMS (Huawei Mobile Services) instead of the famous GMS (Google Mobile Services). However, EMUI 11 is expected to offer a great deployment within the company’s portfolio, becoming compatible with more than 40 devices. In addition, Huawei is expected to unveil a new feature for full multi-device compatibility, breaking down the barriers between different systems. In this way, all Huawei devices, from a mobile, a tablet, a laptop or a TV, can share their hardware elements such as the camera or the microphone, being accessible from another terminal.

Meanwhile, the news surrounding Huawei and its upcoming launches continues to generate excitement. The last one that we met and that we told you in MovilZona at the end of last week, is that precisely the Mate 40, could be the latest devices of the firm to integrate Kirin processors high-end. The US sanctions and the ban on US components ending up in devices from banned companies, such as Huawei, has made it difficult for the Chinese company to work with its semi-conductor partners, such as TSMC.

Written by David Girao

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