Huawei Honor Play Review

5 October 2018, 06:02:51

Huawei Honor Play Review
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OS, UI and software

Huawei Honor Play runs on Android 8.1 Oreo with EMUI 8.2 on top. Upon initiation of the device, we've received one update which fixes the Wi-Fi scanning prompt repeatedly popping up. After that, we updated all Play Store apps available on the device and all Huawei apps from the App Gallery. Hence, the current overview of the Honor Play software is based on the latest software version for the model at the time of this review. It is expected that AI has been further improved in anticipating your behaviour. However, it's a bit annoying to let the system decide for yourself and have no control over it at all. For example, if you set up the display's brightness at a certain level and you turn off the screen, the moment you turn it on it goes back to a previous brightness level that's been applied from the brightness level bar from the Quick Settings. Still, the AI abilities of the phone are somewhat not that disturbing as the ones on the Honor V10. EMUI is very similar to other Android overlays emerging from China, including LeEco's EUI and Xiaomi's MIUI. The Lock screen contains the time, date at the bottom left corner, while the Camera app sits in the bottom right corner. A simple slide unlocks the device by default and you land on the Home screen that contains a Time/Date/Location widget coupled with a Weather widget. Below them, there's Google's search bar followed by a set of apps and folders, including a docked row of apps that appears on every desktop. A swipe to the left leads you to the second desktop with apps and folders. EMUI allows you to change the launcher so you get an App Drawer and have all apps listed on one page in alphabetic order. As this is Android Oreo you get app-specific shortcuts as well. These appear after a long touch on an icon.
Zooming in with two fingers on an empty space on any of the desktops activates the Widgets menu which contains the usual Widgets, Wallpapers, Screen Transition effects and Home screen settings. The latter allows to change the icon layout on the Home screen, change the launcher, enabling/disabling the HiBoard, Home screen auto-rotation, icon badges (notification dots), etc. The Task Manager is quite simple. It tiles the apps vertically, contains a Clear All icon and supports split-screen mode. For every app, there's a lock/unlock icon. When it is on, it will be safe from background clearing.
A swipe right from the Home screen opens the HiBoard. This feature lists the latest news, features and services. It intelligently learns your behaviour over time, so it is designed to become ever more useful displaying highly targeted content. You can switch it off/on from the home screen settings. The Notifications and Quick Settings inherit the EMUI 5.1 design - rounded corners for the notification cards that do not span over the entire width of the screen, brightness level bar at the bottom of the QS shade, date, time, QS editor and settings icons at the top. Only the Notifications adopt the new Oreo features - notifications snoozing and access to the notification channels settings by simply swiping a notification card to the right.
The number of applications on this EMUI 8.2 version is significantly reduced compared to those found on the original Chinese ROM. Of course, you get all the classic applications with Huawei's design paradigm. For example, the Phone app combines three tabs - dialer, contacts and favourites. However, the Phone and Contacts are listed as separate apps. The Messenger retains its classic Android design and functionality. In addition, in this version of the software, Huawei uses Google's Chrome browser instead of its own. Still, the Clock, Calendar and File Manager are Huawei-designed. The proprietary Huawei apps are reduced to the Phone Clone for transferring data from one smartphone to another, Tips of the day, Music Party that allows you to connect several phones together to create a more immersive sound effect. You also get Huawei's AppGallery, Health, HiCare and Honor apps.
The list of applications continues with a Notes one, Mirror (uses the front camera), compass, level, weather. The Game Suite, which has found its way in EMUI 8.0 is here to stay. It offers intelligent optimization and enables a smooth gaming experience employing several modes - the Uninterrupted Gaming function filters unnecessary calls and/or messages, alarms, Lock Navigation Keys to avoid accidental pressing during gaming, and a choice of modes - Gaming Mode (performance mode that increases power consumption), Smart Mode (balances performance and power consumption), Power saving mode (improves battery performance but reduces the gaming one). You can download and manage applications not only from PlayStore but also from Huawei's AppGallery.
The Phone Manager is an integral part of EMUI and in EMUI 8 it has been updated. Now it contains a total of 6 services - Cleanup, Mobile data, Blocked, Power Manager, Launch and Virus Scan. When the Launch feature is on, unnecessary app launches will be optimised based on usage history. You can set automatic and manual rules for app launches. The Optimize button is inherited from the previous EMUI versions and offers various features that will optimize the security and battery life, including the new Find My Device feature in Oreo, WLAN security check, etc. It's not a surprise that there's a Themes application integrated into EMUI. The app gives you access to your offline and online wallpapers and themes.
The Settings menu has undergone a complete overhaul in Android 8.0 Oreo and Huawei has adopted the all-new structure ever since the EMUI 8.0 and EMUI 8.2 does not offer any visible updates to it. The first group of settings is called Wireless & Networks and covers Wi-Fi connections management, mobile networks, data usage, hotspot and tethering, SIM cards, mobile plans, VPN, airplane mode. The second group is about connectivity as well - Device connection. It manages Bluetooth connections, MirroShare, NFC, Huawei Beam, USB connections and Printing services. Apps & Notifications is the third menu. In addition to the standard options for apps and notification, Huawei has added App Twin which allows you to use two logins in one and the same app. The Battery menu comes fourth. It is completely new and is described in the Battery section of this review.
The Display menu is fifth and contains options for manual adjustment of the brightness level, a choice of colour temperature profiles which in EMUI 8 are accompanied by two colour modes - natural and vivid - a new feature compared to EMUI 5.1. The Display menu also contains an Eye Comfort mode, a choice of Home Screen style (with/without App Drawer), etc. From here you can also hide/show the notch but of course, it does not look as black as the ones on AMOLED displays. An interesting feature of the Display menu is the Screen Resolution. This option is also present in the battery menu. It allows the smartphone to decide whether to lower the screen resolution whenever it needs to save battery. Of course, you can choose to dock it at its native 1080 x 2340 resolution. The Sound menu comes next. It contains the usual options you're familiar with plus Huawei's Histen sound effects with a 3D audio enhancer, Equalizer, Headset Audio toggle and a choice of headsets. A new service is the Cell Broadcast feature, which includes settings for emergency alerts. The Storage menu comes next, including an option to free up space be cleaning junk.
The next menu is called Security & Privacy. This is a more advanced version of the older Security menu. It starts with the already known Google Play Protect, Find My Device and Security update. The options continue with the standard choice of screen locks, lock screen options, fingerprint and app lock settings, privacy options such as location and show passwords, etc. You can also set up Face Unlock IDs and enable smart lock screen notifications with it, meaning the notifications will be shown on the Lock screen only if your face is recognized - that's one of the AI implementations on the device. The Private Space feature is yet another enhanced privacy option that allows you to create a parallel space inside the device, which can be viewed and accessed only by you. The rest of the security features include App Lock, File Safe (you can associate a fingerprint ID to it for additional security), Location access, etc.
The next settings menu is called Users & accounts. It is followed by the Smart Assistance menu that begins with the Accessibility options but a real new feature is the HiTouch which enables a smart way of processing text and access functions such as search and share. When you touch the screen with two thumbs simultaneously, the device will quickly identify products using Amazon Assistant. The One-handed UI feature allows you to enable a smaller screen size by a simple diagonal swipe as well as switch the keyboard to suit you better depending on whether you're right- or left-handed. There are several Motion Control options such as flip to mute, pick up, raise to ear, three-finger screenshot. The smart Voice control features include voice wake up, Quick Calling - when the screen is off, press the Volume Down button and after the prompt say the contact's name and it will be dialled automatically, voice recognition via a headset, etc.
The Smart Assistance menu also includes toggles for glove mode and wrong touch disabling mode in addition to a menu for scheduling power on/off. The Google services and preferences are combined in one separate menu, which is the last but one. The last menu is called System and combines in one place the About Phone, System Update, System Navigation, Language & Input, Date & Time, Simple Mode, Data Transfer, Backup & Restore, Reset. The System Navigation menu provides three choices, each of which can be customized. You can choose from a single-key navigation bar that can be hidden, a standard onscreen navigation bar that can be hidden, and a floating dot. The Language & Input menu allows you to choose and set keyboards, add more than one primary language, use Android Oreo's autofill service, etc. The Simple Mode simplifies the UI for visually impaired or elderly users.

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