Chinese telecom giant Huawei announced EMUI 11
as the latest version of its mobile operating system in September. Since then, the company has been beta testing this software on a number of its devices. Last week, the firm even began to roll out stable builds
P40 & Mate30 series in China. Now, the stable update is also available for HUAWEI
Mate30 Pro in global markets.
For those unaware, apart from running a beta program in its home country China, Huawei has also been running a similar initiative in select global markets for HUAWEI P40, HUAWEI P40 Pro, HUAWEI P40 Pro+, and HUAWEI Mate30 Pro. Now, weeks later, the last device in the list has become the first to get EMUI 11 stable in international markets.
The information regarding the availability of this update was shared by Twitter user @RODENT950 (via XDA Developers), who is known for his HUAWEI and HONOR
The latest system update for HUAWEI Mate30 Pro brings all the new features of EMUI 11 as it is a flagship smartphone. However, the update does not bump up the Android version to 11. That’s because EMUI 11 is based on Android 10 just like EMUI 10 and EMUI 10.1 before it.
Anyway, Huawei has promised to bring select Android 11 features to the EMUI 11 eligible devices before upgrading them to HarmonyOS next year.
ALWAYS BE THE FIRST TO KNOW – FOLLOW US!