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Huawei P40 Lite starts EMUI 12 beta recruitment [Global]



Huawei P40 lite EMUI 12 beta

EMUI 12 beta testing for the 4G Huawei P40 Lite in the global market, which is a big development for the consumers. Through the latest beta recruitment, corresponding P40 Lite users can test the EMUI 12 features ahead of the stable release. According to our colleagues over Huaweiblog, the Huawei P40 Lite EMUI 12 beta program is currently active in Europe and it’ll continue to expand in markets where the device has been promoted.

Huawei P40 Lite users can participate in this friendly-user trial activity to test the software versions, verify the product features, and ensure product quality.

The number of beta users is limited, therefore it recruits users on a first-come-first-served basis. If you have met any problem when using the new version, you can submit the issue through the Beta app that will help Huawei to search and fix the bug for you.

Huawei P40 lite EMUI 12 beta

Huawei P40 Lite EMUI 12 beta will bring you a new user interface with intuitive design and animation enhancement to increase the overall user experience. You’ll get a bunch of new features including the Control Panel with embedded services, new Device+ to manage all of your connected devices.

There are also some optimizations made to the system performance to enhance the UX control.

How to participate in the beta project?

You just need to download the latest Huawei Beta app from the official website or our dedicated Beta app page (here). Download and install the app and jump right on the Me section. Thereafter, you can choose to check for available projects and select to join the program.

Once registered, you need to wait until Huawei starts to push EMUI 12 beta build that will come as an OTA update and we recommend you to pay attention for more information on this matter.

That’s it for now, if you participate in the EMUI 12 beta program, make sure to keep a backup of your data. So, you don’t have to worry about data loss.

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