Yesterday, Huawei’s global flagship store, The Vientiane World Store in Shenzhen, was in full swing, and Wang Chenglu, president of Huawei’s consumer business software division, brought a public lesson on EMUI10 to the audience at the HUAWEI Talk Theme Sharing conference. Next year, Huawei will be fully equipped with the Harmony system, which will be fully launched at home and abroad, and the full open source of harmony will be officially opened in August next year, he said.
EMUI, whose full name is “EmotionUI”, is the operating system for Huawei’s mobile phones and an Android-based custom operating system developed by Huawei, which has been updated to the tenth generation.
Wang Chenglu said that many mobile phones after long-term use will appear power consumption speed, operation of the hatton, frequent crashes and other common problems, need to constantly clean up memory and restart. Four years ago, Wang Chengxuan and his team began to study the Kardashian system’s Caton problem, the root cause of Android system openness, but not impossible to solve. “Research and testing have found that most of the caton phenomenon comes from improper operation by third parties, followed by software coding and large memory. He said.
“When we analyze all the problems clearly, we began to practice, every version of the update and the solution of the core problem, there is a theoretical basis behind it, to do a good job of mathematical modeling, the UI field must be behind the scientific law, it involves a lot of complex technology. And now we finally dare to say that Huawei has solved the Cardon problem of Android. He said that as early as EMUI 5.0, Huawei introduced intelligent CPU scheduling, intelligent storage scheduling, intelligent memory scheduling, behavior prediction, and Android component optimization. In The Connect’s autonomous tests, Huawei’s P10 series remained a smooth experience after 18 months of use.
In addition to the fluency, the biggest technical highlight of EMUI10 is “connectivity”, the core of which is Huawei’s self-developed full-scene distributed technology. Wang Chenglu said that all smart devices should be connected through software, which is the original intention of the development of EMUI10. Huawei’s reason for its all-scene distributed technology is mainly due to the contradiction between the proliferation of IoT devices around the world and the mismatch between the application experience. According to the annual growth statistics and forecasts of global IoT devices by IoT Analytics, a leading Internet of Things research organization, and ResearchGATE, a research social networking site, The number of IoT devices rose from 2.09 per capita in 2015 to 3.96 per capita in 2020 and is expected to reach 9.27 per capita by 2025.
Based on distributed technology, EMUI10 opens up a full scene of intelligent life, covering office, home, travel, sports and other aspects. For example, the connection between a mobile phone and a computer, a connection between hardware and hardware, and so on. Through the live video demonstration, the reporter saw that Huawei’s “multi-screen collaboration” broke the barriers between the two terminals of mobile phones and PCs, and realized the fusion of Android mobile and Windows desktop systems.
“Now it’s mainly Huawei phones and their own products to connect, and soon Huawei phones will be connected to any brand of end products.” In the future, Huawei will power cars to become the next super terminal, Wang said.
Wang Responded to questions about the Harmony system. Huawei phones will still be preferred for Android, he said, and will only use Harmony if it is not really available. In addition, the Harmony system is also in the process of continuous improvement and maturity, the Harmony system is expected to be officially fully open source in August next year.