Huawei began rolling out the update with the EMUI 10 platform, which is based on Android 10, in September this year for Huawei's own and Honor brand smartphones. Now the company has confirmed that the update is already present in 10 million smartphones worldwide.
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The update was originally introduced with Huawei Mate 30 and was later made available for other models like Mate 20 and P30. In November the company confirmed that the update was already present in 1 million smartphones, but with the fast availability it is now present in 10 million phones.
The EMUI 10 brings a simpler, more modern design, smoother animations, redesigned camera app to better match the new upgrade design, enhanced dark mode and more. For dark mode, Huawei offers a slightly better color palette rather than just inverting black and white. It is also applied to both the interface and preinstalled applications.
The company had promised in September that 33 different models would be updated by December this year.
Despite the Chinese company's business issues with the United States, Huawei has chosen to strictly follow its EMUI 10 availability roadmap to ensure its users continue to have the best mobile experience. The company had promised in September that 33 different models would be updated by December this year.
The company has recently started rolling out the upgrade for more smartphone models, including the P20 and P20 Pro. With the growing number of Huawei and Honor-brand smartphones on the market, the number of devices with the EMUI 10 upgrade is set to grow even further. In the next months.
Progress with upgrading smartphones is good news for users who want to see their phones with the latest news as soon as possible.