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Stable EMUI 12 begins to reach Huawei Mate 20 Lite



Huawei Mate 20 Lite EMUI 12

Huawei has started sending the major EMUI 12 software update for the Mate 20 Lite smartphone users. After pushing off the beta update for the respective device owners, the company has finally begun rolling out the stable firmware in the global market with numerous features.

As going through the changelog, we found that the latest EMUI 12 rollout for Huawei Mate 20 Lite smartphone arrives with EMUI version (C432E3R1P1). However, users must note that those running the beta version of EMUI 12 will only need to download a software package of 326 MB.

Meanwhile, Mate 20 Lite owners, who are still relying on the old EMUI 10 build, will require to install an update package of 3.8 Gigabytes. We recommend users conduct the installation procedure under a standard Wi-Fi connection. Besides, maintain ample storage space on their device.

EMUI 12 Software Update Details:

The latest EMUI interface comes with a variety of smart features for the users. For instance, an advanced Control Panel, a multi-tasking device center, smooth and artistic animations, and an all-new user interface that is quite identical to the HarmonyOS system.

The respective device users will also find some new changes in the fonts and theme of the system. Further, implements such as MeeTime, Cross-Device File Management, and Smart Folders will ultimately uplift the overall experience of the smartphone to the next level.

HarmonyOS 3.0 is to arrive soon!

While the Chinese manufacturer is rapidly working on upgrading the old devices to the latest EMUI surface. It is also toiling with the same speed for HarmonyOS 3.0. The user-friendly interface hearsay to arrive by the end of this month with a bunch of eye-catching attributes.

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Huawei Mate 20 Lite EMUI 12

Since the update is reaching the Mate 20 Lite users through OTA distribution. Hence, it might take some while to cover all the eligible units. In the meantime, users can visit the Settings menu > System & Updates > Software Updates > Check for Updates. From here you can follow the on-screen norms for downloading the new firmware.


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