For Huawei mobile phone users, EMUI is stronger from generation to generation, and the latest EMUI 11 uses distributed technology to realize many dazzling new functions, such as multi-screen collaboration of three screen windows, and smooth screen sharing.
And Huawei Mate10, as a mobile phone 3 years ago, originally equipped with EMUI 8.0 system, if it is still used, will it be stuck?
This question first reminded me of the “18 months no freeze” theory that Yu Chengdong said. This theory is based on the EMUI 8.0 system scenario. According to feedback from a Mate10 user who has never upgraded the system, under the EMUI 8.0 system, Mate10 is still smooth.
Except that the Kirin 970 processor is a bit difficult to deal with chicken games, daily use is okay. Even if it is upgraded to EMUI 9.1, Huawei Mate10 will actually be relatively smooth to use.
The highest system that Huawei Mate10 can upgrade is EMUI 10, not to mention EMUI 11. Even EMUI 10.1 is not upgraded. And a friend of mine upgraded Mate10 to EMUI 10. At first, the fluency was good, but after half a year, I found a bit stuck.
This is why Mate10 does not allow the upgrade of EMUI 10.1, such as “smart split screen”, etc. Functions have very high requirements for performance, which will make users feel stuck.
Therefore, for the same users who use Mate10, some people say that the card is used for three years, and some people say that the card is not used for three years, mainly because of the system version. If you are using the original EMUI 8.0 system, you won’t get stuck.
The system was optimized for the configuration of Mate10 at that time, but after upgrading to EMUI 10, the Kirin 970 chip is a bit difficult to be honest.