Huawei P20, P20 Pro, Mate RS Porsche Design EMUI 10 beta internal recruitment goes live
Android literally disrupted the smartphone market. Nokia lost its marketshare by a huge margin due to the intrusion of the open-source platform. Reluctant to adapt to the new OS, the Finnish company had to retire from the business.
Google releases a new Android iteration every year. For almost a decade, the search engine titan have been following a custom of naming each version after a dessert. In 2019, they took another route with Android 10.
Different OEMs use different Android overlays to give unique looks to their devices. Google Pixel and Android One smartphones run on the stock version. On the other side of the spectrum lies Huawei, Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo with heavy skins.
When a new iteration goes live, vendors with themed Android take their own time to update their gadgets to the new version. Take Huawei for example. Android 10-based EMUI 10 stable is yet to find its way to many devices.
To recall, they have started inviting beta users for Huawei Enjoy 10 Plus (Y9 Prime 2019), Mate 20 Lite, and Nova 4e in the first week of October. About a week prior to that, second level EMUI 10 beta invite went live for Huawei P30/ P30 Pro.
In case you have a P20, P20 Pro or Mate RS Porsche Design, you won’t have to wander around anywhere in the hopes of seeing a EMUI 10 beta announcement. The Chinese manufacturer has already begun recruiting the users of these three devices.
If you are interested in receiving Android 10 as a beta build, you need to register before October 25. They have 2000 slots available for each device. Of them, 500 get to log the issues they will experience. The rest 1500 can use the new EMUI 10 beta, but without logs.
All the three devices need to be running firmware version 220.127.116.111. Or else, you will not get the update. Before you jump in for registration, you must note that the recruitment window is available only for Chinese users now.
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