[Stable] BREAKING: Huawei P30 Lite EMUI 10 (Android 10) update rolls out in beta
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on November 26, 2019) follows:
Huawei has been on the hunt for the spot that Samsung occupies at the helm of the global smartphone market share for years. While the U.S. trade ban might have disrupted the company’s rapid expansion plans, Huawei isn’t relenting in its efforts to keep existing customers happy.
Keeping existing customers happy is key to the company’s efforts to topple Samsung and one way of doing this is through regular software updates. Although not as quick as Google, Essential, or OnePlus, Huawei still delivers regular software updates to its devices.
In fact, Huawei has beaten Samsung to Android 10 stable update, with the company having recently rolled out the EMUI 10 layered OS to a series of devices that include the P30 and P30 Pro as well as the Mate 20 series.
Today, the entry-level variant in the P30 series is getting a chance to test EMUI 10 beta ahead of rollout. It’s only yesterday that we reported about the global beta recruitment and hours later, the P30 Lite Android 10 update has already arrived in Europe.
Note that this update is only rolling out to those who enrolled in the P30 Lite EMUI 10 beta program, details of which you can find here. It weighs in at a huge 3.81GB and has software version EMUI 10.0.0.150 (C431E8R2P7).
The incoming P30 Lite Android 10 update is the latest in a series of beta rollouts the company has been occupied within the recent past.
Over the past ten or so days, EMUI 10 beta update has been pushed to a myriad of devices that include the Mate 10 and P20 lineup, Honor 20i, Mate 20 Lite, Honor 10 Lite, and the Honor 8X, which has just picked up the update some hours ago.
Update (January 15, 2020)
Huawei has made the EMUI 10 (Android 10) stable update available for download for the Huawei P30 Lite smartphone via OTA. Details here.
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