Many Honor fans have been looking forward to the next update for Magic UI, and it seems that the company has started to the role the 3.0 update for three select devices: Honor 9X, Honor 20, and Honor View 20.
The new update is based on Android 10, and it will come with a bevy of features that will please many fans. Some of the best features are represented by the new system-wide Dark Mode, which should keep the eyes safe during the night and reduce battery drain during those late chat sessions.
Some users were also surprised by the fact that animations will now appear during application transitions, for example, a spring-like motion when the screen is touched once.
The new Magic UI 3.0 is launching on Honor smartphones with improvements
Honor has stated that the rollout process is a global one, and all the compatible devices will receive it in a short amount of time. It was also mentioned that the Magic UI 3.0, which is also known as EMUI 10.0, will enhance the security of the users with the help of a new TEE Operating System trait.
A redesigned camera app will boost a performance that is already impressive and offer the chance to record remarkable images. It is now considerably more comfortable to zoom in on an interesting object with the help of a dedicated zoom bar.
Huawei has developed the Honor brand to offer affordable devices that provide a premium design and excellent features. It is a great competitor in the mid-range market since many of the Honor models tend to surpass the build quality and features of devices offered by rival companies.
Official data reveal that the dual-brand strategy has been quite useful, as many owners are pleased by the experience of using Honor devices. Magic UI 3.0 will require 3.5GB of data for download and installation.
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