[Public Beta Live] Huawei P30 & Mate 30 series EMUI 10.1 update goes live
This story is being continuously updated…. New updates are being added at the bottom…..
Original story (published on April 7) follows:
Following the footsteps of its arch-rival Samsung, Huawei has also joined the bandwagon and just like Samsung made the One UI 2.1 that brings some more improvements and features to the Android 10 running Samsung phones, Huawei is also ready with its new software i.e. the EMUI 10.1.
The motive of this new version of the custom UI, i.e. the EMUI 10.1 will be the same as the One UI 2.1 and that is to provide some extra features and improvements to the Android 10 running Huawei phones.
Talking about the features, this new EMUI 10.1 will be bringing multi-window, multi-device control panel, multi-screen collaboration, Huawei MeeTime (video conferencing app), and Huawei’s very own voice assistant “Ceilia” for the eligible devices.
Besides, the Chinese OEM already took off with the EMUI 10.1 internal beta recruitment for Huawei devices at the beginning of this month, and the testing schedule has also been shared.
And as are writing this post, two Huawei devices have already been ticked off from the list of devices that are picking up the EMUI 10.1 (Android 10) updates.
Notably, the Huawei P30 series (that includes the regular P30 and P30 Pro), and the Huawei Mate 30 Series (that includes Mate 30 (4G), Mate 30 (5G), Mate 30 Pro (4G), Mate 30 Pro (5G), Mate 30 RS Porsche design) are grabbing the new EMUI 10.1 update.
Let us take a look at the updates, one by one:
Huawei P30 Series
The EMUI 10.1 OTA is arriving for the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro with the version number V10.1.0.118 for the users in China. Moreover, users are advised to be running on version V10.0.0.221 to be eligible to grab this new update.
Here is the complete changelog (translated from Chinese) for the EMUI 10.1 update for the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro:
Interface interaction: the beauty of quality
Added fingerprint animation under the water ripple, 3D planet and emerald firework screen to take you to experience pattern unlocking (Settings> Biometrics and Password > Fingerprint> Fingerprint animation) Mobile office: Multi-screen collaboration
[Computer answers phone calls]
Phone receives audio and video calls, you can use Huawei computer to answer directly, no need to pick up the phone, the call is easier
[Mobile phone file efficient processing]
Support Huawei computer to open directly And edit mobile phone files; you can also access the mobile phone network with one click and display mobile phone notifications synchronously. Mobile office, learning is more efficient and connected: richer experience
Sharing the screen during a video call can not only share the screen information, but also freely graffiti on the screen, sharing information while chatting, just like face-to-face communication and interaction, whether it is teaching a family member to use a mobile phone remotely, or discussing a schedule with a partner, Together with online shopping, you can easily complete
New distributed management capabilities, under the same Huawei account and the same home WLAN network, any device can browse, search, and share pictures and videos in other devices (required (Turn on Bluetooth and only support Huawei mobile phones, tablets and smart screens that support this feature)
Huawei Mate 30 Series
The Huawei Mate 30 Series that includes the Mate 30 (4G), Mate 30 (5G), Mate 30 Pro (4G), Mate 30 Pro (5G), Mate 30 RS Porsche design are also grabbing the EMUI 10.1 update.
The OTA is arriving on the units with the version number V10.1.0.119 and has been rolled out for the first 150 users of the first batch of internal beta testing.
Moreover, on April 8, all those who have registered for the beta testing will be served with the EMUI 10.1 update.
If you have not yet received the notification for this new update, then you can head over to Settings to check for the update manually.
Update 1 (April 9)
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