Huawei P20 EMUI 10 (Android 10) beta recruitment begins in Europe
Although we are in November, more and more devices are getting the October 2019 Android security patch. For example, Huawei P20 Pro owners can download the update manually. Along with this, we saw the commencement of EMUI 10 (Android 10) beta recruitment for the same.
Alot of attention goes to the P20 Pro, but then the regular P20 is no slouch. It spots a 5.8-inch notched LCD, Huawei’s AI-enhanced Kirin 970 processor, a dual rear camera and much more. The P20 still pulls its weight, even if stiff competition and age might render it a touch behind the curve already.
A great camera, a big battery with lots of stamina and notch are some of the attributes still going for this device even in late 2019.
On the software front, Huawei continues to test EMUI 10 on various devices in its portfolio. These Betas are being made available to various Huawei and Honor devices. After yesterday’s opening of the beta recruitment for the global P20 Pro units, registration has begun for P20 users as well.
The company is pretty busy preparing the latest EMUI 10 updates for its devices which is based on Android 10. The Chinese smartphone giant recently shared a new timeline for the EMUI 10 (or Magic UI 3.0) rollout.
Back to the beta recruitment saga, Huawei will send the beta software for these smartphones on a limited tester basis after this registration completes. They will open unlimited testing slots later on in other countries than the current region, i.e. Europe.
Models adopted for the internal test includes the following Huawei P20 model versions:
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