Huawei’s e-brand officially announced the availability of Magic UI 3.0 update for Honor 20 and Honor View 20 and recently launched Honor 9X in India. According to the brand, the update has already started rolling out to the above-mentioned devices via OTA update. The update includes several new features along with various bug fixes & performance improvements. Check out them in detail below.
Honor Magic UI 3.0 Changelog
All-New UX Design and Dark Mode – The latest update brings the much-awaited Dark mode specially tuned by Huawei Human Factors Lab which includes fine-tuned color saturation, Optimal contrast between text & the background with minimal visual fatigue.
Enhanced Visual Elements to Support Feedback – With Magic UI 3.0, users can experience smoother transitions between applications and more animations such as spring motion when users tap on their screens. When users swipe up to minimize an application, the animation follows the trajectory of the swipe, allowing stronger visual feedback to facilitate a more enhanced experience.
Seamless Smart Office Experience with Multi-Screen Collaboration – This feature allows cross-system interaction and allows mobile to laptop connections on the HONOR View 20, HONOR 20 and HONOR 20 PRO. By simply switching on the NFC function and WiFi on the smartphones and pairing up with a laptop via Bluetooth or a QR code, users can transfer images and files, as well as play music seamlessly.
Improved Photography with User-Friendly Features – Along with more Modernized Viewfinder with a visible zoom bar, users can now implement filters directly from the viewfinder before the shot is taken. Users will also be prompted when they switch camera modes. Furthermore, the camera also supports the Assistive grid, Horizontal level, and timer.
Improved performance and Security – All devices updated to Magic UI 3.0 will be safeguarded through the brand’s own Trusted Execution Environment operating system. Certified with CC EAL5+, the microkernel achieves the highest level of security certification available for global consumer device OS. The sensitive operations such as payment and authentication run through this isolated, secure system to prevent interception and theft. Also, Magic UI 3.0 supports app sandboxing for standardized app permission management.