Huawei’s Multi-Screen Collaboration may be integrated to third-party branded computers in the future.
After upgrading to EMUI 10 system, products powered by Kirin 970 processor like Huawei Mate10 series comes with the new Multi-Screen Collaboration feature. And the update logs suggest that future versions may also add that feature to the products from Lenovo, Dell, HP and other computer brands.
Multi-Screen Collaboration，a high-efficiency productivity application from Huawei, is widely received among consumers since its launch. The feature has been used in the computer and tablet products from Huawei or Honor. Though computers from other manufacturers can also support that through hacking, their user experience is slightly different without enough functions.
If Huawei’s Multi-Screen Collaboration does support third-party branded computers as it is reported, it will enhance the user experience of the third-party branded devices while increasing the visibility of Huawei brand.