EMUI 9.1 made its debut with Huawei’s flagship P30 Pro. The software is built on top of Android 9 Pie and brings a ton of new features, performance enhancements, and security upgrades. The OS version already started to roll out to Huawei smartphones internationally and has now been teased to finally make its way to handsets in the hands of Indian users.
Huawei India posted a teaser over on its Twitter and Facebook social media handles to announce the arrival of EMUI 9.1 to its smartphones in the country. This teaser arrives roughly two weeks after the phone maker released a list of its smartphones that will receive the update. The brand hasn’t yet disclosed the exact timeline for when this update will arrive for its phones in India. However, the brand did mention in its teaser post than the update will be “worth the wait.”
List Of Huawei Smartphones To Get EMUI 9.1
By the end of June, Huawei rolled out EMUI 9.1 update to the first batch of its smartphones internationally which consist of the Huawei Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, Huawei 20X and the Huawei 20 RS Porsche Design. The second batch of smartphones scheduled to get the update include P20, P20 Pro (review), Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro and Mate 10 Porsche Design, Mate 9, Mate 9 Pro, Nova 4, Nova 3, Nova 3i, Nova 3e, Y9 2019, Y6 2019, and Y5 2019. By August, the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus should also be receiving the EMUI 9.1 update. There is also the list of Honor smartphones that will get the update by August, and it consists of the Honor 7X, 8X, 8 Pro, 9 Lite, View 10, 10 Lite, 10, 20 Lite, and Play.
— Huawei India (@HuaweiIndia) July 9, 2019
EMUI 9.1 Features
In the Huawei’s recent teaser, one of the first features that are mentioned to arrive with EMUI 9.1 is ‘One-Handed Gesture Navigation.’ The new OS will also be bringing minor visual changes to the UI to help make the smartphone feel more intuitive and pleasant to use. GPU Turbo 3.0 is the next major upgrade in this version of Huawei’s software, and it will now bring support for 51 more Android games including FIFA Mobile, Real Racing 3, and Fortnite.
The teaser also mentions the addition of an AI Video Editor. With this feature, swiping up on a video in the gallery will give you access to basic video editing tools where you will be able to apply music, animations and much more to your clips. The next feature to arrive with EMUI 9.1 is Huawei Share OneHop, which allows you to share screen recordings and clipboard data between the smartphone and a Huawei Matebook. The final feature said to arrive is Wireless Projection with which it will now be easier to cast your mobile’s screen over to a supported device.