HUAWEI unveiled EMUI 11 based on Android 10 as the latest version of its mobile operating system at the HUAWEI DEVELOPER CONFERENCE 2020 in September. Since then, the company has been seeding out beta as well as stable builds for the eligible smartphones and tablets worldwide. Now, five months after the software’s official announcement, it is finally being rolled out to the global variants of the HUAWEI Mate20 series in stable form.
The update for the above-listed devices comes with build number EMUI 184.108.40.206. Interestingly, the OTA file only weighs 1.86GB in size for all three handsets. Anyway, it is worth noting that the update is being rolled out in batches. Therefore, it may take time to reach every region.
Also, as per the timeline, even the company’s first 5G smartphone, HUAWEI Mate20 X 5G is scheduled to get the update along with other models in the series. Although it hasn’t received it now, it should get it soon as the firm has already rolled out this update for the Chinese variant earlier this month.
That said, in case you own any of these phones, then head over to Settings > System & updates > Software update > Check for updates to check whether your unit has received it. Additionally, users can also request OTA file from the Support app by navigating to the Service tab > update > Check for updates > download and install.
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