On September 10, 2020, Huawei officially released the EMUI 11 system at the Developer Conference. The new EMUI 11 system focuses on smoother and more comfortable UX interaction and smarter multi-device collaborative interconnection, which has attracted the attention of many netizens. Previously, Huawei P40 series and Mate 30 series and many other models have started the official version upgrade of EMUI 11, and now, Huawei MatePad Pro/5G can also upgrade the official version of EMUI 11.
Speaking of Huawei MatePad Pro, it can be said that it has shined in the tablet computer market in the past two years. It has achieved a word-of-mouth counterattack with its top hardware configuration and unique technological innovation. According to IDC data, in the third quarter of 2020, China’s tablet market Huawei has ranked first with a market share of 37.7%.
The rise of Huawei MatePad Pro is ultimately due to two words: easy to use. So under the blessing of EMUI 11 system, is the ease of use of MatePad Pro even better? IT House updated the MatePad Pro 5G in hand to the new system for the first time, and gave everyone an early taste experience.
1. UX interactive experience
After MatePad Pro 5G has updated the EMUI 11 official version system, the main UI interface of the system is the same as before. There are no changes in icons, wallpapers, etc. At first glance, you may not feel that the system has been upgraded to EMUI 11.
But with a little experience and use, you can find the difference.
The first is the interaction of icons. When you click on an application icon or press and hold an application icon, the icon will appear “shrink-zoom in” micro-motion effect, as if the icon is breathing elastic; click the icon in the control center, There will also be interesting animations. For example, the pages of the “e-book mode” will open and close, and the eyes of the “eye protection mode” will blink.
Such micro-motion effects will make the EMUI 11 system more intelligent and personalized than in the past, and daily operations will also add some sense of interest.
Go deeper and you will find that EMUI 11 seems to be smoother and more natural than the previous system, at least visually. Behind this, Huawei has adopted a smooth motion design with one mirror to the end.
This design uses the shared content of the front and rear interfaces or the shared area to arrange the transition effect, as if an invisible line is always drawn , which can maintain the continuity of the visual focus and allow the user to focus more when browsing. , The visual experience is smoother.
For example, when you switch the year view to the month view in the calendar, there is a smooth transition animation in the middle, which looks like a panning of the lens, without the feeling of fragmentation. Another example is the setting interface to switch between different large projects and sub-projects. There are also smooth and natural transitions. It seems that there are many floating layers in the setting interface. Click on a certain column, and the corresponding floating layer content will slide over, which is visually pleasing.
Also, when switching between multiple tasks, the speed and strength of sliding the task list card are different, and the card will also have a corresponding buffer effect. Press and hold the task card, the card will “sink”, and switch after sliding, the card will “float” Come”, this kind of interaction will make you feel that the card is flexible and heavy, as if it really exists.
You can also view the photo in the gallery, pinch the photo with two fingers to zoom in/out. After releasing it, the animation of the photo recovery size is more natural, and there will be a flexible animation, which looks more smart.
In addition, when charging, when the charging cable is inserted into the tablet, a 3D meta-ball effect will appear on the screen, and many small bubbles are integrated into the big bubbles. This animation makes the charging look cooler.
In short, after upgrading to the official version of EMUI 11, you will feel that MatePad Pro 5G is more agile when using interaction, without the mechanical feeling of the past, and at the same time , it is visually smoother and more natural, and the comfort of interaction is greatly improved .
Second, the parallel vision and multi-screen collaboration function are greatly upgraded
The strong rise of Huawei’s MatePad series of tablets is largely due to Huawei’s technological and functional innovations at the level of tablet interaction. Through these innovations, Huawei has made the MatePad tablet itself more usable, and at the same time strengthened the number of tablets. In the role of the terminal ecosystem, parallel vision and multi-screen collaboration are undoubtedly the most brilliant innovations.
In EMUI 11, the two star functions of MatePad Pro also have experience improvements.
The first is Parallel Vision. This function solves the problem of low efficiency caused by imperfect application adaptation in the horizontal screen state of the Android tablet. In the horizontal screen state, Parallel Vision allows the same application to be displayed on separate screens, which greatly improves the efficiency of information acquisition and interaction. .
When you operate the left and right screens on Huawei MatePad Pro at the same time, the fixed proportion of the application is divided into screens, and you can drag and adjust the size of the left and right windows. In addition, Parallel Vision also supports full-screen display in split screens, and videos, e-books, and pictures can all be played in full screen. Currently, there are about 3000 Top APPs worldwide that support Parallel Vision.
For full screen or split screen, the parallel vision in EMUI 11 can also bring different split screen strategies according to different scenarios, further optimizing the user experience.
For example, when reading documents/information and writing emails, the full screen split screen can be dragged freely. Drag the “drawer handle” to the full screen. When the full screen is not needed, just pull it back.
Huawei Unveils New Open-Ear Headphones: A Fusion of Fashion and Comfort
Huawei is set to launch its latest innovation in the audio realm: open-ear headphones that prioritize both style and comfort. This exciting new product line is designed to cater to a wide range of users, from casual listeners to active individuals seeking an immersive audio experience without sacrificing situational awareness.
Crafted with a focus on aesthetics and ergonomics, Huawei’s open-ear headphones boast a sleek and modern design that complements any outfit. The lightweight and breathable construction ensures a comfortable fit, even during extended listening sessions.
Equipped with cutting-edge audio technology, these headphones deliver crystal-clear sound with enhanced bass response. Users can also enjoy hands-free calling and seamless connectivity with their smartphones or other Bluetooth-enabled devices.
The open-ear design allows for ambient sounds to pass through, keeping users aware of their surroundings while enjoying their music. This feature is particularly beneficial for outdoor activities or situations where it’s important to stay alert.
Available in a variety of stylish colors, Huawei’s open-ear headphones make a bold fashion statement without compromising on comfort or performance. Whether you’re hitting the gym, commuting to work, or simply relaxing at home, these headphones are the perfect accessory for any occasion.
- The new open-type headphones from Huawei will be suitable for use in various settings, including offices, while traveling, and in remote locations.
- Bone conduction is a key technology in the earphone industry this year, and more manufacturers are focusing on it. Currently, open headphones are primarily used for sports applications, with bone conduction and air conduction being the main sound-producing technologies.
- In China, sales of open headphones have increased by 220% year-on-year. During the 2023 Singles Day sales season, this increase reached 340%.
- These figures indicate that sales of open-type headphones are experiencing rapid growth, and more consumers are choosing these headphones.
Huawei Nova 12 Series Leaks: A Glimpse at the Ultra Model with Unique Camera Design and Noteworthy Features
The impending launch of Huawei’s Nova 12 series is generating considerable buzz in the smartphone realm. Recent leaks, possibly showcasing the Huawei Nova 12 Ultra model (unless they pertain to the P70), have surfaced, originating from a Weibo tipster.
The leaked images unveil a phone featuring a distinctive cylindrical camera module reminiscent of the Huawei Nova 11, albeit with a more streamlined lens arrangement. Vertically aligned, the trio of cameras on the rear includes a noticeably larger top lens, likely serving as the primary camera. Emblazoned with “XMAGE” branding, this camera is accompanied by an LED flash for enhanced photography capabilities.
Examining the device’s right side reveals a trio of buttons, encompassing volume adjustment keys and a power button adorned in a striking red hue. The phone’s design showcases rounded corners, contributing to a sleek aesthetic, with minimal curvature along the sides. Stay tuned for further revelations as Huawei gears up for the next phase in its smartphone campaign.
On the right side, you’ll find a trio of buttons, housing volume adjustment keys and a power button that stands out with its vibrant red hue. The phone’s design emphasizes rounded corners, maintaining a sleek and modern aesthetic, while the sides showcase a minimalistic curvature.
While its identity remains uncertain, the overall design stands out with intriguing elements and appears more polished than previous Nova series devices.
Weibo users are speculating that this phone could be part of the Huawei P70 series. However, the tipster who shared the images expresses some uncertainty about this possibility.
Notably, the XMAGE branding is typically associated with flagship devices. In the case of this year’s Nova 12 Ultra, there’s a possibility of additional features, with XMAGE imaging potentially being one of them.
ChromeOS 119 Update: Steam Installation and Google Drive Sync Improvements
Google has started rolling out the stable version of ChromeOS 119 to compatible Chromebooks. This update brings the ability to install the Steam client directly on ChromeOS and brings new Google Drive synchronization to Chromebook Plus models. function etc.
Before ChromeOS 119, users could install and use Steam on compatible Chromebooks, but before this was possible, users had to switch their device to the developer channel, enable experimental features, and complete an activation before using it. Code must be entered. In ChromeOS 119, users just need to install it and they will see the Steam icon in the application drawer.
ChromeOS 119 is here! Now, Chromebook Plus users enjoy a new Google Drive sync that automatically updates files in the background. No need to worry about being online – your files are ready whenever you need them.
But that’s not all! This update also brings fresh interface updates, a better privacy center, and a more convenient shortcut menu. ChromeOS 119 is packed with features to make your Chromebook experience even better.
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