DECEMBER 7, 2017 – HUAWEI today announced a new system update for Mate 9 Series. Beginning 9 December 2017, HUAWEI Mate 9 (Price Check) users will be able to upgrade their software to the latest version EMUI 8.0. The update revolves around the ultimate smartphone experience that is reflective of the Mate 10 Series.
The Huawei Mate 9 EMUI 8.0 Upgrade
The updates for HUAWEI Mate 9 Pro and PORSCHE DESIGN will also be made available by end-December 2017. With the latest update, HUAWEI claims Mate 9 users will enjoy better battery endurance and faster speed for a better experience.
The system update of EMUI 8.0 will purportedly allow the HUAWEI Mate 9 (Price Check) to predict its user’s intentions, and provide recommendation to the functions they need. HUAWEI claims this will allow Mate 9 users to enjoy a personalised smartphone experience and to use the phone more efficiently.
For instance, EMUI 8.0 will suggest users an eye comfort mode when the screen is too bright, helping to filter out blue light rays to relieve visual fatigue by turning the screen yellowish.
The all-new EMUI 8.0 offers one-step shortcut where users can long press a selected mobile application such as ‘Gallery’ to launch a desktop shortcut on screen, for instance, ‘My Favourites’ and ‘Latest Photos’. Additionally, the system upgrade enables the feature of 3D panorama, where still images can be viewed in the 3D mode and appeared on the lock screen.
The EMUI 8.0 can allocate resources dynamically to offer more CPU and memory to the frequently used mobile applications. Based on the machine learning, the low memory management function actively rearranges memory space to reduce fragmentation, and helps compress memory to save more space for important mobile applications.
The system upgrade to EMUI 8.0 enables HUAWEI Mate 9 (Price Check) to bring in a durable fast-user experience. It will learn and adapt one’s usage pattern through the ways of scrolling images in gallery, browsing contacts in address book or opening background running mobile applications – all of which will improve user experience over time.
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