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5 important things about EMUI 13 beta



Huawei EMUI 13 beta

EMUI 13 is currently expanding in different regions and Huawei wants to ensure that interested smartphone users get a slot in this software activity. Meanwhile, we’ve compiled 5 important things that you should know about the EMUI 13 beta program. These are:

  1. Devices
  2. Phase
  3. Rollout
  4. Bugs
  5. Feedback


EMUI 13 beta activity is open only for a limited number of devices including the Huawei P50 Pro, P50 Pocket, Mate Xs 2, Mate 40 Pro, Nova 10, 10 Pro, and 10 SE. These are the past year’s top models and shipped them with EMUI 12 out of the box. Therefore, the first slot in the test goes to these ones. However, it’s possible that Huawei may not conduct further tests for upcoming models. As a result, we may see a stable rollout via the OTA method.


EMUI 13 beta is expanding in batches, which means that Huawei will open beta recruitment gradually in different markets. This is part of the process for seamless software testing.

Beta Application:

Users will have to install the latest Huawei Beta application and register the device under an EMUI 13 Beta project. More information about the Beta registrations is explained in our dedicated guide here.


Since it’s beta activity, there may be some serious bugs and software issues in the EMUI 13 Beta. However, it’s a completely normal behavior of under-development software.


You can help the developers to remove bugs and improve the software by sharing your software feedback. This can be done with the Huawei Beta application.


At any time, you can also leave the EMUI beta program and jump back to the official EMUI 12 software.


There you go, these are 5 things that you may want to know about EMUI 13 beta activity. It will help you to maximize your knowledge about the latest EMUI version testing.

Amy is our firmware and software specialist, she keeps her eagle eyes open for new software rollouts, beta programs, and other software related activities as well as new smartphone launch.