EMUI Features

EMUI Features are unique from the other mobile operating systems like Vanilla Android or iOS.

AI Features

EMUI Features

EMUI brings a couple of AI-related features to a few Huawei and Honor devices. The main one is scene and object recognition, which help you level up your photography game. The camera identifies different scenes and objects in real time and automatically adjusts things like color, contrast, brightness, and exposure to improve the image.

This feature is only available on devices powered by the Kirin 970, Huawei’s latest chipset which sports a dedicated NPU. These include the P20, P20 Pro, Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro, Honor 10, and Honor 10 View. The ones running EMUI 8.1 can detect 19 different scenes and objects including Cat, Food, Night shot, and Portrait, while those with EMUI 8.0 on board can recognize 13.

EMUI also has a few additional onboard AI features you won’t find on most other Android devices. These include photo-based translations and Smart tips, which offers advice like suggesting to turn on the blue light filter when reading in a dark environment.

Smart Split Screen

EMUI Features

Devices running Android 8.0 Oreo already support split-screen mode, allowing you to use two apps at the same time. Smartphones with EMUI 8.0 or higher take this feature a step further.

This isn’t a feature that would convince people to get a Huawei phone over its rivals, but it can definitely be handy.

Twin App

EMUI Features

If you have two Facebook, Twitter, or Snapchat accounts, switching between them on your smartphone means you constantly have to log out and back in again — it’s a pain. Huawei solves this problem with a feature called App Twin, which duplicates an app on your device so you to use two accounts at the same time.

To enable it, go to Settings > Apps and Notifications > App Twin, where you’ll see a list of supported apps. Then just turn on the feature for each app to duplicate it. All that’s left is to find the new app in the app drawer, sign in, and you’re good to go.

Of course, Huawei isn’t the only company offering this feature. You’ll also find it on many smartphones coming out of China including the ones from OnePlus. Stock Android handsets don’t support it.

Wrap Up

These are the best EMUI features, but it’s got plenty more to offer. It supports gestures, like drawing a letter on the screen with your knuckle to open an app. It has a Highlights tool that automatically creates short movies from your photos and videos. It can sync your LinkedIn contacts to your phone’s address book. The Mini screen view shrinks the content on the display so you can easily reach everything with your thumb. The list goes on.

 

 

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