EMUI 10 rolling out to Huawei Mate 20 Pro Globally

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Huawei is rolling out EMUI 10 update to the Mate 20 Pro outside China. The upgrade kicked off in the Netherlands, is available OTA, and weighs in as a hefty 4.42 GB download.

The Huawei Mate 30 Phones were released last month and were the first Huawei phones to feature the company’s latest EMUI 10 based on Android 10.

The EMUI 10 update comes with the September 2019 security patch and brings a significant UI overhaul along with redesigns to major system apps. The update also brings a host of innovative features that debuted on Android 10.

Earlier in the month, Huawei released its official roadmap for the EMUI 10 update. All of the company’s two-year-old flagships will receive the update and even year-old mid-range phones like the Honor 9X are set to get their second major updates.

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