Huawei EMUI 10 (Android 10) schedule for 2020 revealed by company
Google hasn’t updated the official Android distribution board since May 2019. Back then when Android 10 was still in beta and known as Android Q, Android Pie was the newest stable OS and it accounted for only 10.4% of the market share.
The stable Android 10 first rolled out in September to the Google Pixels, which we all know is like a drop in the ocean. It’s until the big players such as Samsung and Huawei update their devices to Android 10 that we can see any shift in the Android distribution chart.
So far, both Samsung and Huawei are doing a pretty decent job as far as rolling out the stable Android 10 is concerned. Matter of fact, Huawei seems to be ahead of its closest rival.
The stable EMUI 10 update based on Android 10 has already been released to more devices compared to the number of devices that have received stable One UI 2.0 update from Samsung.
Huawei P30/Pro/Lite, Mate 20 series, Mate 10 series, Nova 5T, Nova 4e, P20/Pro, P Smart/Smart+ 2019, P Smart Z, Honor 20/Pro, Honor V20, Honor 20i, and Honor 10 Lite have all received the stable EMUI 10 update in various markets globally.
To pick up from where it left off in 2019, Huawei has now revealed its official EMUI 10 update schedule for 2020 on Weibo, but this targeting the Chinese market. Typically, EMUI 10 updates begin in China before spreading to other parts, so this doesn’t surprise us.
The devices in question are Huawei Nova 5 (EMUI 10), Nova 5i Pro (EMUI 10), Nova 5Z (EMUI 10) and Honor 20S (Magic UI 3.0), all of which will pick up their EMUI 10 updates in February 2020.
The following month, Huawei will bring EMUI 10 update to the Nova 5i (EMUI 10), Enjoy 10S (EMUI 10), and Honor 20 Youth Edition. In case you were wondering, all these updates will be in beta, so the wait for the stable version will be longer.
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