An official announcement is still due and it will probably take until the availability of a beta provided by Huawei itself. Nevertheless, an early beta of the Huawei’s own user interface EMUI 10 based on Android Q has now reached the public, so we can catch a glimpse of it.
The Huawei EMUI 10 beta has been made public by the Chinese “service provider” FunkyHuawei (via WinFuture), which is actually dedicated to unlocking Huawei smartphones, and is now also available for the general public to download.
Of course, as always with such preliminary versions from an unauthorized source, one should exercise the utmost caution to avoid a possible instability of the expensive smartphone. Check out the screenshots of EMUI 10:
So far, the EMUI 10 Beta based on Android Q is available exclusively for the Huawei P30 Pro (codename “Vogue”), so that only the users of this model can install the beta accordingly. The XDA Developers Forum has released a detailed guide to installing the beta on the P30 Pro. As with most other Huawei beta versions, a kind of pattern is placed over the surface, which reduces the comfort of use somewhat.
As for what’s new in the EMUI 10 Beta, so far is relatively little known. However, it is noticeable on the home screen that Huawei has apparently once again redesigned the standard icons, which has also been limited to date. Apart from that, there are some changes in some apps, which are so far mainly optical nature.