Huawei got caught cheating on benchmark tests, and now it’s trying to make amends. Now the company announced that it’ll let users force their phone into “performance mode”, saying it respects “consumers” right to choose what to do with their devices. This optimizes their device to run faster, but requires more of the phone’s power. Users will be able to do so starting with EMUI 9.0, a future version of Huawei’s OS.
Huawei officially announced the new EMUI 9.0 system a few days ago, the EMUI 9.0 is based on Android Pie and built with a minimalist design.
The EMUI 9.0 settings are streamlined by 10%, globally unified design, convenient one-handed operation, and new gesture navigation, providing a more intuitive and convenient interactive experience; the new UX incorporates the sound, color, light and shadow of nature, returning to nature Immersive design.
It is worth to mention that Huawei has announced that it will launch the Mate 20 series in London on October 16th. This series will include the Mate 20 and 20 Pro models.
The Spanish technology blog teknofilo has spotted a new photographs in which we see someone walking around the IFA exposition with what appears to be a Huawei Mate 20 or Mate 20 Pro in hand protected by a thick case.