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Original story (published on July 7, 2020) follows:

Huawei is scheduled to release it’s next EMUI version sometime next year. Moreover, a company executive recently confirmed that EMUI 11 will be arriving in the third quarter of 2020.

Therefore, with that out of the way, the question of which devices will be receiving the update remains. Thanks to some new information, we might just have the answer to that question. But before we proceed, it’s worth noting that these details are not confirmed by Huawei.

Nonetheless, an image is making rounds on Weibo and Huawei’s Chinese community forum that shows a list of devices set to receive EMUI 11. The alleged list is for the first batch of devices that will receive the update.


Based on the image, these are the first batch of Huawei devices to receive the update in Q3 2020 (July-September):

  • Huawei Mate series: Mate 30 Pro, Mate 30, Mate 30 RS, Porsche Design, Mate 20X/Pro, Porsche RS, Mate X.
  • Huawei P series: P40/Pro, P30/Pro.
  • Huawei Nova series: Nova 6 5G, Nova5T/Pro, Nova5z, Nova 5i Pro.
  • Huawei tablets: MatePad, Mediapad M6.
  • Honor series: Honor V30 Pro, Honor V20, Honor 20 Pro, Honor 20s, Honor 20 Youth edition, Honor 9X Pro.

As we mentioned at the beginning, this list of devices has not been confirmed by Huawei officially. Therefore, it should be taken with a pinch of salt. Nonetheless, the devices mentioned in the list are expected to receive the Android 11 update anyways.

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Huawei Mate 30 Pro

This is due to the fact that Huawei pushes out at least two major Android updates for its smartphones. Since the devices in the list launched with Android 9 Pie or newer, they should get the EMUI 11 update based on Android 11.

To know more about the availability of Huawei’s upcoming skin you can check out our list of expected devices that may get the EMUI 11 update.

Update (July 13)

To add more weight to recent EMUI 11/Magic UI 4.0 update developments, we have yet another confirmation about the number of devices expected to receive the Android 11-based updates later this year.

And apparently, at least 49 devices are being lined up for the update, including the Mate 30 series, Mate 20 series, Mate X, MateXs, P40 series, P30 series, Nova 7 series, Nova 6 series, Nova 5 series, Enjoy 10 series, and Enjoy Z, among others.

The update, more so Magic UI 4.0, is also expected to hit the Honor 30 series, V30 series, as well as four tablets that include Huawei MatePad series and the Huawei MediaPad M6.

Update (August 6)

Huawei is set to announce its new EMUI 11/Magic UI 4.0 skin based on Android 11 or possibly HarmonyOS during the upcoming Huawei Developer Conference 2020. The event is scheduled to take place from September 10 to September 12 in China.


Update (August 19)

We’ve now got a glimpse of some of the features and improvements that are expected to come with the EMUI 11 update for Huawei phones via a list on Huawei’s Consumer forum. These include an enhanced dark mode, improved gestures, easy file sharing, and more. For more details, head here.

Update (September 04)

IST 07:31 pm: Huawei is preparing to recruit beta testers to check out new features on EMUI 10.1. Huawei P40, Mate 30, and MatePad Pro series device owners can register for the internal recruitment. The new features may be brought over to EMUI 11. To know the full story, head here.

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Dwayne Cubbins
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My fascination with Android phones began the moment I got my hands on one. Since then, I've been on a journey to decode the ever-evolving tech landscape, fueled by a passion for both the "how" and the "why." Since 2018, I've been crafting content that empowers users and demystifies the tech world. From in-depth how-to guides that unlock your phone's potential to breaking news based on original research, I strive to make tech accessible and engaging.

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