Huawei recently unveiled its latest flagship, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro. In addition to fantastic cameras, a great design and a powerful processor, they have improved user privacy security.

Huawei Mate 40 Pro comes with Android 10 operating system in EMUI 11 variant, a new EMUI version, which brings improvements in several segments when it comes to data security. You can unlock the phone via 3D analysis of the face that works “at a glance”, but also by classic fingerprint recognition.

New features like Safe sharing, Note Lock and Access Controls brings security to the whole new level. With the Safe Sharing, the ability to delete sensitive information from a photo before sending it has been introduced – for example, your location or camera specifications. This can be useful especially when sending some photos to people you are not so close to.

The Note Lock is useful primarily to all those who do not detach from the phone and use it to record ideas or some other important information. Data that you lock using Note Lock will not be accessible unless it is unlocked with a fingerprint, password, face identification, and PIN.

Access Controls essentially gives you better control over which applications can access important data or phone functions (e.g., camera, microphone, location, etc.).

This means that, at any time, you can deny a social network access to information about where you are. You can also choose whether to give certain permissions to applications only once, or always.