There are lots of things going in the Huawei world and there are lots of questions asked by our readers but most of them are related to the EMUI 10. Since we’ve covered all of the topics, here are the top and most asked questions.
Q. Huawei Nova 3, Nova 3i, Y9 2019, P20 Lite, Honor Play EMUI 10 status?
A. These smartphones won’t receive EMUI 10/Android due to “hardware limitations as it requires higher hardware specifications for optimal performance“.
According to Huawei, these smartphones will continue to provide regular security updates.
Q. EMUI 10 for rollout date for Huawei P20 series?
A. Huawei India has announced that EMUI 10 for P20 Pro will start by month. However, this update will expand in batches in different markets around the globe.
Q. EMUI 10 for rollout date for Huawei Mate 10 series?
A. Stable EMUI 10 for Huawei Mate 10 smartphones expected to start in February.
The EMUI 10 beta program is already closed for P20 and Mate 10 series devices in different countries, and the stable build is already rolled out in China.
Q. Honor 8X EMUI 10?
A. Stable EMUI 10 for Honor 8X is rolling out several Asian countries and yet expand in Europe, which is possible by February or in March.
Q. Magic UI 3.0/Android 10 rollout for Honor 20, 20 Pro and Honor View20?
A. The rollout of Magic UI 3.0 is temporarily halted in India and schedule to resume by the second week of February 2020. However, some of the models of Honor 20, 20Pro and V20 in different markets are still receiving the update.
Q. Still not received EMUI 10 for Huawei P30 and Mate 20 series smartphones?
A. EMUI 10 rollout for Huawei P30 and Mate 20 series still expanding. The upgrade in some countries with carrier-locked models, scheduled for February or early March.
Q. Other devices that won’t get EMUI 10?
A. Check our article about the list of eligible and uneligible Huawei and Honor devices here.
Q. New Always-on display for Flagships?
Q. Huawei Mate 30 series launch in India?
A. Huawei has not confirmed whether it’s planning to launch Huawei Mate 30 series in India or planning to do so.
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