Huawei may ditch EMUI and Magic UI and move to HarmonyOS. Chinese sources made such conclusions after the report of its representatives at the Huawei Developer 2020 conference.
As part of the event, a presentation of EMUI 11 and HarmonyOS 2.0 took place, and the integration of these software solutions was also mentioned. There was no talk of abandoning EMUI and Magic UI, but Chinese sources do not exclude such a possibility, supporting their opinion with two facts: firstly, a number of HarmonyOS functions were borrowed for EMUI 11, and secondly, the company said that in 2021 both interfaces will be compatible with HarmonyOS. It is difficult to say what she meant by that, but the option of abandoning EMUI and Magic UI is quite viable.
But today EMUI 11 and Magic UI 4.0 are actively used in Huawei devices, trial versions of which are being tested in parallel. And if the first one has already become available for 10 Huawei products, then Honor 30 and Honor V30 will be the pioneers from Honor that received the second firmware.
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