Published: Thu, August 08, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Huawei's EMUI 10 set to drop this week

Huawei's EMUI 10 set to drop this week

The report claims the smartphone would be aimed at the mid-tier device market and would cost around 2,000 yuan ($288). The new EMUI 10 will be built on Android Q, it is also expected that Huawei might roll out EMUI to the recently released smartphones in the past year.

Robust domestic demand for Huawei's smartphones has pushed up the company's revenue in the first half this year by 23%.

Normally, new EMUI releases are shipped on top of the latest Android OS, but until now there is not any expected date of shipment of Android Q. So, it is likely to launch at this event.

Since the stable version of Android Q is not yet official, we doubt EMUI 10 will be based on it.

Huawei has been on somewhat shaky ground as directives have been handed down by the administrative branch of the United States of America pushing US-based companies to stop working with Huawei. But we are not sure about it. Let's see what the company will have for us in this conference.

The company has confirmed that it will be introducing EMUI 10 during the developer conference.

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According to a new report published by a reliable source, Huawei may reveal its custom Hongmeng OS in the following days.

The bigger picture: Huawei could be in position - more so than past entrants to the smartphone OS space - to topple the iOS/Android duopoly, at least in China.

Huawei will make a splash in the media and tech spaces with the introduction of HongMeng OS, but doing so on a midtier device means the OS's performance - both technical and financial - won't make or break Huawei's wider business.

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Meaning, the Chinese electronics manufacturer could no longer use Google services - by extension, Google's version of Android.

Following Samsung's launch of its new Galaxy Fold, Huawei's very own foldable smartphone, the Huawei Mate X, is also set to be out for sale in September.

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