News by Luke Jones on Thursday August 14, 2014.
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Huawei sent out some sneak peak screenshots of its new EmotionUI, the interface that is going to be used on the company's new smartphones launched next month at IFA in Germany.The EMUI 3.0 will once again be based off Google's Android platform, this time taking its cues from Android 4.4.2 KitKat. As you can tell in the screenshots, circles are the order of the day and form the base design of version 3.0 of Emotion. Huawei is touting a "more consistent look and feel" and looking at these rather elegant designs that seems to be the case. The company also seems to be going for the less is more ethos that served LG so well when it launched the G3 last month. The Chinese juggernaut is expected to launch a number of smartphones at the IFA trade show in Berlin on September 3rd, the chief among those will be the Ascend D7 phablet flagship and the Ascend Mate 3. Previous versions of Emotion have hardly been impressive, and in fact have been among the main detractions from Huawei's high end output. The company puts together some amazing smartphones, but the hardware has been undone by patchy UI in the past. With a slew of new devices and a new version 3.0 of Emotion, we hope the company has finally nailed its take on Android. Judging by these screenshots, it looks promising.
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