Huawei is rolling out June 2021 update for the Mate 20 series global units. The security patch installed by this software comes with fixes for several issues in the software kernel and provides better system security.
According to the information coming Huaweiblog, the June 2021 security update for Huawei Mate 20 devices Rolling out with EMUI 11 version 18.104.22.168 and an update package size of 232MB. To be mentioned, the rollout is expanding in batches, so its arrival on your model may take some time.
However, we recommend you take a look at your device via that settings section. To do this, open Settings > Software & updates > updates, Check for updates, and if available, download and install. Your phone will restart and begin the installation process.
However, it’s recommended that you keep the Huawei Mate 20 series charged above the recommended level. Also, back up your important data to prevent any data loss, however, the update will not erase any of it. Moreover, make sure, your Mate 20 model has sufficient storage to store the update package that will automatically be deleted after the installation.
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Huawei has officially listed all of the EMUI 12 features, which shows a brand new design and lots of new features compared to the EMUI 11. These include the new home screen, icons, animation effects, better customizations, control panel, notification center, Device Plus, and many other additions that enhance the overall user experience.
However, we’re still scratching our heads, whether Huawei is interested in rolling out the same software update for the Huawei Mate 20 series devices along with other flagship or, it has planned to debut HarmonyOS 2 instead.
The situation is not clear, and the clouds of doubts are clearly visible with the arrival of EMUI 12. It could be a good sign but the mystery behind the base EMUI 12 software remains to unfold and we’re yet to confirm, whether Huawei has made up its mind to send HarmonyOS 2 for the global models. Or, it is just the EMUI 12 that will drop to their device via OTA.
Whatever happens, we’ll keep you posted. Until then, we recommend you check the EMUI 12 features linked below.
Huawei EMUI 12 Eligible Devices
The wait is finally over, Huawei has officially unveiled EMUI 12 software for the consumers during the Huawei APAC consumer product launch event. This new software will be available for the global Huawei smartphone users from the first half of 2022.
Although, it’s a bit of late the wait must be worth the user experience EMUI 12 is about to bring. EMUI 12 has a user interface similar to HarmonyOS including the brand new control panel and lots of other additions that make it sit above any other previous EMUI version.
That’s not it, Huawei has also shared a list of EMUI 12 eligible devices that will receive this new EMUI version via OTA update starting H1 2022.
Aside from flagships, the list also includes some of the best-selling flagships such as the Huawei P30 and Mate 20 series. This is a matter of joy for corresponding users since they’re waiting for a confirmation on their major software upgrade for a while.
EMUI 12 Eligible Devices:
- Mate 40 Pro
- P40 Pro+
- P40 Pro
- Mate Xs
- Mate 30 Pro
- Mate 30
- P30 Pro
- Mate 20 Pro
- Mate 20 RS
- Mate 20 X 5G
- Mate 20 X
- Mate 20
- P20 Pro
- Mate 10 Porsche Design
- Mate 10 Pro
- Mate 10
- Nova 7
- Nova 7 SE
- Nova 7i
- Nova 5T
- Nova 4
- Nova 4e
- Y9 Prime 2019
EMUI 12 Features:
EMUI 12 offers a new minimalistic user interface design that looks way better than the last-gen EMUI. The new EMUI version brings motion effects powered that have a realistic approach towards consumers and reacts accordingly.
Now you can also adjust the weight of the font and make grow as per your preference and customize under the view of your eyes. The control panel is the newest addition that reflects the same behavior as the HarmonyOS operating system, it has a different section from media to quick settings as well as the new Device+ smart device controller.
Furthermore, the distributed file system won’t let you pick up your USB cable to transfer the data, instead, you can tap and transfer the files within just moments. Lastly, Huawei has improved several aspects of the EMUI software system that will boost performance and enhance user data security.
If you want to know more about the EMUI 12 features, check out the link given below.
EMUI 12: Ineligible Huawei devices [List]
EMUI 12 is the latest EMUI installment that comes with new features that improve the overall user experience and it’s expanding for different devices across the global market. On the flip side, there is a bunch of other ineligible Huawei devices that won’t receive the EMUI 12 software update, and below you can check the complete list.
EMUI 12 offers a new control panel that replaces the traditional quick settings menu with different sections to manage media, network quick action switches as well as smart devices. The notification panel is now switched and separated into an entirely new screen, so you can view all of your phone’s notifications in detail.
There are some useful and handy features such as large folders and intuitive screen navigation animations that improve the interactivity with this EMUI software. Huawei has also improved the performance and task handling with EMUI 12, so you can taste better task execution on time.
Note: The device list mentioned below reflects Huawei devices related to their update tier and should have received the EMUI 12 but has not been confirmed officially. However, an official announcement may confirm more models in the sequence.
So, without further ado, let’s explore the devices that are ineligible to receive EMUI 12.
- Huawei Y9 2019
- Huawei Mate 9
- Huawei P10
- Huawei Nova 4
- Huawei Nova 3
- Huawei Nova 3e
There are also some tablets that have not been confirmed for EMUI 12 upgrade but we’ll keep you posted on this software rollout and update them in the list.
In the meantime, if you have an eligible EMUI 12 device, then do download the latest software update as it comes with various new capabilities to enjoy on your smartphone.
Huawei EMUI 13 = Android 13?
Huawei is upgrading its global devices with EMUI 12 software update and there are various features that could find intriguing in this new EMUI version. But what about the next EMUI version? Although, Huawei hasn’t said anything about this EMUI software but wants to know whether it’ll come based on Android 13 or doesn’t it have any changes to do so?
Last Year, Huawei didn’t feature EMUI 12 at Huawei Developer Conference (HDC) 21. Since Huawei has designed HarmonyOS for Chinese consumers and EMUI remains the sole choice for global users. However, at we have already started to close in for HDC 2022, which could be somewhere around September this year. Still, the dates have not been revealed to the developers.
Similar to last year, Huawei isn’t likely to promote EMUI but there could be three scenarios that could follow the HDC 2022 aftermath.
Switching to HarmonyOS:
This time EMUI 13 could possibly be based HarmonyOS operating system for the global consumers, for which, many consumers are desperately waiting. Still, Huawei has revealed to use of HarmonyOS as a China-exclusive software but who knows what happens next.
Using Android 13:
We aren’t quite sure of Huawei jumping directly on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) version of Android 13 but there could be a fair chance of upgrading the Android version for new HMS-powered devices.
Continue with Android 10:
If the company wants to please its existing smartphone owners such as the popular Huawei P30 and Mate 20 series, then it would definitely choose to remain with Android 10. However, it’ll quite boring to see that Android version again, since we are now passing through the fourth version of EMUI with the same Android.
If Huawei chooses to remain on Android for EMUI and for the global consumers, then it should jump on the new Android 13 for EMUI 13. However, the concerns of Google Mobile Servies (GMS) powered phones and their access remains a big concern for the Chinese tech maker.