Huawei, the company that grew up to be the second largest smartphone company got banned recently, which left the Huawei users and tech enthusiasts like us succumbed. The major reason being the Android ban but what most of the people don’t know is that there’s a lot more going on behind all that controversy, but for good reasons. If you are a tech enthusiast, a Huawei fan or a reader keeping a record of the knowledgeable events, this one is for you.
Firstly, Huawei has made its way to the top of the Smartphone market and that’s for a reason and for those of you worried about the Android updates and newer smartphone launches, Huawei has just the right answers for you. Addressing the queries with regards to availability and production of new smartphones, Huawei came up with the upgraded versions of the Y5 2019 and Y7 Pro 2019 with the addition of fingerprint scanner, due to the lack of which the previous iteration of the device was highly criticized. So yes, there’s no significant impact on the production of newer Huawei devices.
Secondly, for those of you wondering what to do with your current Huawei devices, just update your software versions. Yes, you heard me right. The Huawei Mate 20 Pro has already been enlisted as a device which will be receiving the Android Q beta upgrade. That’s about the flagship, what about the rest of the users then? As per information gathered on June 3, 2019, the number of users that have updated from EMUI 8.X to EMUI 9 has surpassed 80 million internationally and keeps on growing and is evaluated to achieve 100 million marks before the end of June.
EMUI 9 is accessible for the Mate 10 lineup, which propelled in 2017, just as the P20 series, Mate RS, and Nova 3, which propelled in 2018. The Mate 9 Series, P10 series and Nova 3i, which were launched way back in 2016, 2017 and 2018 individually, will be receiving continuous upgrades. Stay tuned for that. And the Huawei Y9 2019 is supposed to receive the EMUI 9 update shortly.
EMUI 9 highlights characteristic UI, ultra-advantageous full-screen motion route, smoother operational experience, and GPU Turbo 2.0 – all of which extraordinarily improves user experience.
If you own any of the phone models enlisted above and have not upgraded your phone to EMUI 9, instructions are available on your phone (Settings > Software Update). Alternatively, you can sign up for the EMUI 9 upgrade through Hicare (please note that the upgrade through Hicare is only available in certain countries and regions).
Staffs in Huawei retail stores and service centers are also able to provide upgrade support. Timings of push notifications for the new EMUI 9 upgrade will vary by country. To find out which EMUI version you are currently on, please check your phone (Settings > System > About Phone).