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Huawei getting Android 9.0 Pie update with EMUI 9.0.1 around the world

27 March 2019 2

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei rolled out Android 9.0 update to its old smartphones like Huawei P10 in the Chinese smartphone market a few months back. While other smartphones brands are yet working on to releasing the latest Android update to their flagships, Huawei has been taking care of their customers having older devices as well.


Now in the latest development, Huawei P10 is also getting the Android 9 Pie update in the shape of EMUI 9.0.1 in other regions of the world apart from P30 and P30 Pro getting their Android Pie life-cycles. The update is little over 3GB in size and brings the latest EMUI design to these phones with updates to various OEM specific apps like Recorder and Huawei share as well.

The latest software not only brings new features and UI improvements, but it does also make a difference in app-opening timing and performance in general as well. Other features include reverse image search, screen time and stability enhancements.

Huawei released P10 with 5.1-inch display two years back with Kirin 960, 3,200 mAh battery capacity and dual OIS camera capability. Which Huawei smartphone are you using and have you received Android Pie update to that yet? Share your experience in the comment section below.

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