At the 2020 Huawei developer conference, the company released the latest version of its mobile software emui 11. It even released a closed beta for 10 of its devices. It turns out that these builds are based on Android 10, not Android 11 as expected. Now, the company says more about that. < p > < p > in two separate statements to Android authority, Huawei provided some insights into the future of emui. Initially, the telecoms giant confirmed that some selected Android 11 features would be integrated into emui 11. Please note that the company only mentioned these features. This means that the base will probably retain Android 10 as beta. < / P > < p > due to the US ban, Huawei cannot cooperate with Google to develop new software based on the latest version of Android. The source code for Android 11 was not uploaded to AOSP until recently. < / P > < p > in a second statement, the company revealed that devices running emui 11 will be eligible to upgrade to harmonyos in the future. < / P > < p > however, it does not mention the exact model that meets the conditions. In addition, it is not clear whether harmony OS updates are mandatory or optional. In short, Huawei, as well as the future of the glory brand smartphones and tablets, can at least be said to be upgraded to harmonyos. < / P > < p > because if the ban is restored by the new government after the US election, it is still a mystery whether the company insists on using Android or its heavily invested harmonyos, although Yu Chengai has repeatedly hinted that it will use Android. < / P > < p > now that we’ve seen the Android version, let’s take a look at all the new features emui 11 brings to Huawei and honor devices. Continue Readinggather and watch! Huawei P40 Pro evaluation: excellent mobile phone photography elegant design, do you like it?