Huawei offers sneak peek at EMUI 3.0
Huawei, in anticipation of new product launches at IFA next month, has begun offering an early look at its upcoming user interface. Called EMUI 3.0, it employs a “circle pattern throughout the UI for a more consistent look and feel”. Based on what we’re seeing here we have to say we like the changes. It’s in line with what other handset makers are doing yet doesn’t feel like it borrows too heavily from any one brand or UI. We should look for more from Huawei in the weeks leading up to the annual IFA trade event in early September.
What do you guys think of the look? Is this something you could get used to seeing?
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