The Chinese phone manufacturer Huawei has been working hard to successfully put its name in the desired place. Huawei recently released two models of exceptional capabilities, and now it’s time to work a little on the software as well. The Chinese are not sitting idly by and these days are announcing that their new user interface, which will be called Emotion UI, could appear during the summer.
Huawei has followed in the footsteps of major smartphone makers on the Android platform. It is known that Samsung has its own TouchWiz user interface, and HTC already has a widely known Sense. With the arrival of the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android, Huawei believes that the time has come to create and promote the interface.
The Emotion UI promotion will most likely be held on July 9, but it is still unknown whether Huawei will allow existing phones to upgrade or add the Emotion UI. What is absolutely certain is that all Huawei phones shipped after July will have this new “fur”
Huawei has built its popularity in the past on the production of cheap Android phones, but they seem to be slowly changing their strategy. This year, they showed the Ascend P1 model, and later the Ascend D Quad, a smartphone with a quad-core processor, which, according to some, could even compete with such giants as Samsung Galaxy S III and HTC One X.
The Emotion UI is certainly a good move by Huawei, as it will allow users easy access to many options, but let’s still wait for the official introduction and testing of the Emotion UI, as experience tells us that not every factory interface is good.