Huawei opens Oreo Beta Program for Mate 10 lite users in Pakistan
Huawei is taking sign-ups for the Android Oreo beta program in Pakistan. The opportunity has been opened for our region and users will be able to participate in the program to get their hands on Android Oreo, the latest version of Android Operating System.
Not so long ago Huawei released their phablet devices the Huawei Mate 10 series. The Mate 10 Lite was launched with Android 7.1 Nougat topped up by EMUI 5.1 on board, but now Huawei Pakistan has launched an official Android Oreo beta program with EMUI 8.0 for users.
Huawei has opened up the beta program for model RNE-L21C185. The code RNE represents Huawei Mate 10 Lite, while L21 shows the variant and the last part of the code C185 represents the region, Pakistan. Users who want to join the program and download the official Android Oreo beta program need to sign-up on Huawei’s Friendly User Test (FUT) page, users will get a notification to update the device to Android Oreo in a few days, so far many users have signed up, but according to the reports an update is yet to be received.
But if you are the impatient one and want Oreo right now, you can go down the risky road and flash the latest version on your mobile through FunkyHuawei.club. Flashing is updating the device forcefully by yourself rather than waiting for the official update to roll out. The Mate 10 Lite also got a face-unlock feature a few days back, Huawei has been regularly updating Mate 10 Lite as it is the most sold smartphone of Huawei in Pakistan.
As flashing is paid at FunkyHuawei.club and also risky, TechJuice takes no responsibility and recommend that you sign up for the beta program and wait for the official update to come out in a few days.
The Chinese manufacturer has introduced Huawei Mate 10 Lite with amazing thin bezels FHD+ screen, 4 gigs of RAM, 64GB internal storage and quad-camera setup first time in a smartphone in the amazing price of PKR 28,000. Do check out our Mate 10 Lite review if you want to find out more about the device.
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